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Taiki Kudou
Born Taiki Kudou
(1997-04-09) April 9, 1997 (age 17)
Koto, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actor, Child Actor, Singer, Basketball player
Years active 2001-present



Kiriha Aonuma
Born (1996-07-19) July 19, 1996 (age 18)
Japan
Occupation Actor, Singer
Years active 2001-present



Akari Hinomoto
Born Keiko Hinomoto
(1998-03-11) March 11, 1998 (age 16)
Koto, Tokyo, Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actress, Singer
Years active 2001–present



Zenjirou Tsurugi
Born Zenjirou Tsurugi
(1998-05-16) May 16, 1998 (age 16)
Japan
Occupation Actor, Singer, Kendo
Years active 2000–present


Nene Amano
Born Noriko Amano
(1997-02-07) February 7, 1997 (age 17)
Nationality Japan Japanese
Occupation Singer, Actress, Idol Singer
Years active 2000-present


Yuu Amano
Born Yusei Amano
(1998-06-01) June 1, 1998 (age 16)
Japan
Other names Yusei, Yunichi
Occupation Actor, Singer
Years active 2001-present
Neneamano97/sandbox
Date November 9, 2013
Venue Russia Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia
Broadcaster NBC, Telemundo
Entrants 132
Placements 30
Debuts Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Brittany, Brunei, Crimea, Guernsey, Macau, Nepal, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Palau, South Sudan, Tonga, Yemen
Withdraws Angola, Aruba, Botswana, Bulgaria, Cayman Islands, Chile, Curacao, Estonia, Ghana, Great Britain, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Lithuania, Montenegro, Namibia, Sri Lanka, St. Lucia, Uruguay, Vietnam
Returns Austria, Barbados, Bonaire, Chinese Taipei, Cuba, Dominica, Egypt, England, Fiji, Gibraltar, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Iceland, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Latvia, Malta, Martinique, Myanmar, Portugal, Samoa, Scotland, Senegal, Seychelles, Slovenia, Swaziland, Tahiti, Tunisia, Turks & Caicos, US Virgin Islands, Wales, Zambia, Zimbabwe


Gokaiger
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Background information
Origin Philippines
Genres Pop Music
Years active 1996–present
Labels Sony Music(1997-2008)
Gokaiger Music(2008-present)
Members Edgar Allan Guzman
Nadine Lustre
Aj Muhlach
Shy Carlos
Rodjun Cruz
Past members Camille Prats
Shaina Magdayao
Jake Cuenca
Aljur Abrenica
Kris Bernal
AJ Perez

Gokaiger' is an Filipino, American, Japanese, Spanish, and Korean Mixed Group Pop Music, formed in September 3, 1996

Contents

Members[edit]

Member 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Edgar Allan Guzman
(1996–present)
Jake Cuenca
(1996-2002)
Aljur Abrenica
(1996–2003)
Camille Prats
(1996–1997)
Shaina Magdayao
(1996–1999)
Kris Bernal
(1997–2004)
Nadine Lustre
(1999–present)
Aj Muhlach
(2002–present)
AJ Perez
(2003–2011)
Shy Carlos
(2004–present)
Rodjun Cruz
(2011–present)

Discography[edit]

Main article: Gokaiger discography
Studio albums


EPs

External links[edit]

  • [3] at Rock on the Net.


ASAP 18
Format Musical, Variety Show
Created by ABS-CBN Corporation
Written by Rich Garcia
Jomar Baptista
Corrs Ebora
Greta Bayani
Nico Yparraguirre
Kim Poliquit
Gianne De Peralta
Patch Buenaventura
Directed by Johnny Manahan
Starring Gary Valenciano
Zsa Zsa Padilla
Martin Nievera
Vina Morales
and performers
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
Production
Executive producer(s) Marvi Gelito
Apple Salas
Location(s) Quezon City, Metro Manila
Running time 3 hours (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run February 5, 1995 – present

ASAP 18 (All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party) is the longest-running musical variety show in the Philippines broadcast by ABS-CBN in the Philippines. The show is presented by its main hosts Zsa Zsa Padilla, Gary Valenciano and Martin Nievera. Currently, it became the longest-running musical variety show in the Philippines and on Asia. The show aired its pilot episode on February 5, 1995, and airs live Sundays. The show also broadcasts worldwide through ABS-CBN's The Filipino Channel.

History[edit]

The set of ASAP incorporating multiple LED displays.

When "Sa Linggo nAPO Sila" became "'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila" to replace Eat Bulaga which left ABS-CBN to transfer to GMA Network, ASAP was conceptualized and launched in 1995 as a "concert party" on Sundays. Then, Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez, along with Ariel Rivera and Dayanara Torres, were tapped as main hosts for the show. The cast of "Pare Ko" (Claudine Barretto, Victor Neri, etc.) became co-hosts for the show to attract the younger viewers. When Dayanarra Torres left the country, Charlene Gonzales took her place. Channel V’s Joey Mead also joined the show for a while. By 1998, regular guest Zsa Zsa Padilla became a regular host the following year. After Martin Nievera left, Richard Gomez took his place. In March 1999, Onemig Bondoc joined the group.

The show originally had their own theme song, set. Initial broadcast commenced on February 1995 at the Delta Theatre in Quezon Avenue. In January 1997, they transferred to their own studio at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center Studio 3 in Eugenio Lopez Drive in Quezon City. It was a few years later when they moved to Studio 10.

In 2003, the show was reformatted as ASAP Mania, after which some of its original hosts went to the show SOP Rules. In 2005 the format changed to ASAP '05. In 2008, Lani Misalucha and Billy Joe Crawford joined ASAP. Ex-SOP performer Karylle, Zsa Zsa Padilla's daughter, also joined ASAP.[1]

On January 8, 2010, the show was relaunched as ASAP XV to mark its 15th anniversary. In the show's special anniversary on February 7, 2010, a new set was introduced. After the year numbers in the show title wasn't adapted in 2010, a new show named ASAP Rocks launched January 2, 2011. On April 3, 2011, a new set was introduced. On January 1, 2012, the show was launched as ASAP 2012.

On January 6, 2013, the show was renamed ASAP 18 to commemorate the show's 18th anniversary.

Cast[edit]

Boyfriendz[edit]

Co-hosts and performers[edit]

The following are the co-hosts and performers in ASAP:[2]

Former Co-hosts & Performers[edit]

Segments[edit]

  • Rated PG
  • P1olo
  • ASAP Pinoy Champs
  • ASAP Sessionistas
  • ASAP Boyfriendz
  • ASAP Boys R Boys
  • ASAP Popables
  • ASAP Full Circle
  • ASAP Tagged
  • ASAP Covers
  • B
  • Asiansation
  • Kanto Boys Juniors
  • Supahdance
  • A-Tunes
  • Sarah Geronimo A Total Performer
  • T-Zone
  • With Love, Gary

Subsidiaries[edit]

ASAP Music[edit]

Main article: ASAP Music

ASAP Music is the record label of ASAP, distributed by Star Records. The label has released a tribute compilation album to OPM classic pop-rock band, Hotdog. It has also released soundtracks of ABS-CBN TV series Sana Maulit Muli, My Girl and My Only Hope—all of which starred Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson. It has also released dance compilations for the defunct segment "Ultimate Dance 4" and the current segment "Supah Dance Plus". All of which contain original remixes and dance songs. Here is a list of albums released by the label:[3]

ASAP Live[edit]

Since 2006, ASAP Live has become a concert producer in the Philippines, staging and mounting concerts. ASAP Live has produced:[4]

Title Venue Artist(s)
Heartthrobs Araneta Coliseum Piolo Pascual and Sam Milby
You and Me Aliw Theater Christian Bautista and Rachelle Ann Go
Rock Da Vote Araneta Coliseum Chokoleit, Candy Pangilinan, Tessie Tomas, John Lapus, Jon Santos and other comedians
Rock Enroll Aliw Theater Yeng Constantino
Ten: Piolo Pascual 10th Anniversary Concert Araneta Coliseum Piolo Pascual
Ol4Luv Araneta Coliseum Christian Bautista, Sarah Geronimo, Erik Santos and Rachelle Ann Go
Richard Poon: I'll Take Care of You Music Museum Richard Poon
Coverboys: Uncovered Music Museum Jake Cuenca, Zanjoe Marudo, Will Devaughn, Victor Basa, Jon Avila and Rafael Rosell
PoohKwang Music Museum Pooh and Pokwang
Pop Icons Araneta Coliseum Piolo Pascual, Christian Bautista, Erik Santos, Sam Milby and Mark Bautista
ASAP Sessionistas Live Araneta Coliseum Nina, MYMP, Aiza Seguerra, Sitti, Richard Poon and Duncan Ramos
My Poohlish Heart[5] Music Museum Pooh
Love Is... Toni Gonzaga[6] Music Museum Toni Gonzaga
Nina... The Diamond Soul Siren[7] Music Museum Nina
Christian Bautista: Romance Revisited[8] Music Museum Christian Bautista
25 B.C. Music Museum Billy Crawford
Angeline Quinto: Patuloy ang Pangarap SM Skydome Angeline Quinto

ASAP Box-Office[edit]

Year Film Location
2007 Dreamgirls Greenbelt
2007 Shrek The Third TriNoma
2007 Transformers TriNoma
2007 Hairspray SM City North EDSA: The Block
2007 I've Fallen For You SM Megamall
2008 Alvin and The Chipmunks SM City North EDSA: The Block
2008 Step Up 2 SM City North EDSA: The Block
2008 Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert SM City North EDSA: The Block
2008 Mamma Mia! SM City North EDSA: The Block
2008 The Dark Knight SM City North EDSA: The Block
2008 High School Musical 3: Senior Year SM City North EDSA: The Block
2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen SM City North EDSA: The Block
2009 Fame SM City North EDSA: The Block
2010 Step Up 3D SM City North EDSA: The Block
2011 Burlesque SM City North EDSA: The Block
2011 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 SM City North EDSA: The Block
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Trinoma Mall

Other subsidiaries[edit]

  • ASAP Lifestyle - ASAP's clothing line, available through BUM boutiques in the Philippines.[9]
  • ASAP Bookazine - ASAP's book-magazine, and the first ever book-magazine released by a Philippine TV show.[10]
  • ASAP Online - ASAP's official website, where viewers, fans and supporters can view information about the show, read fun facts about the cast, get an update on the events and lifestyle, view photos and videos on-set, send their requests to artists, and even chat with them.[11]

2013[edit]

Currently, some of the sessionistas and some kapamilya's performing in ASAP, had rendered there vocals for the star records album, Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs which was released on January 26, 2013.

Personnel[edit]

Studios used by ASAP[edit]

  • Delta Theatre (1995–1997)
  • ABS-CBN Studio 3 (1997–2000)
  • ABS-CBN Studio 10 (2000–present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ASAP Program History retrieved via asap.abs-cbn.com 1-8-2010
  2. ^ ASAP Artists
  3. ^ "List of albums by ASAP Music", asap.abs-cbn.com, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  4. ^ "List of current ASAP Live productions and personnel", asap.abs-cbn.com, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  5. ^ 'Round the Biz (February 17, 2010), "Laugh ‘til you drop with Pooh!", Manila Bulletin, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  6. ^ Entertainment Guide/Music (February 15, 2010), "Toni Gonzaga will define what love is on the ASAP XV concert series", Philippine Entertainment Portal (PEP), Retrieved 2010-10-23
  7. ^ Showbiz (February 01, 2010), "Nina magpapasiklab ", The Philippine Star, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  8. ^ CRISPINA MARTINEZ-BELEN, Celebrity World (February 28, 2010), "Christian Bautista set to perform at Music Museum", Manila Bulletin, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  9. ^ "Products and clothes by ASAP Lifestyle", asap.abs-cbn.com, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  10. ^ "ASAP XV NAGLABAS NG ‘ASAP BOOKAZINE’", kapamilyanewsngayon.blogspot.com, Retrieved 2010-10-23
  11. ^ "ASAP Online official website", asap.abs-cbn.com, Retrieved 2010-10-23

External links[edit]

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Face 1 Contestants[edit]
Name of Celebrity Impersonated Batch No. Color Origin
Denise Laurel 1 Eliminated Semifinalist
Paulo Avelino 1 Eliminated Semifinalist
Julia Montes 1 In to the Grand Finals 2nd Runner-up
Coco Martin 1 Red Mexico
Valerie Concepcion 2 Eliminated Semifinalist
Melai Cantiveros 2 Eliminated Semifinalist
Joross Gamboa 2 Black Greece
Angelica Panganiban 2 Eliminated Semifinalist
Kobe Bryant 3 Aqua Uganda
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson 3 Eliminated Semifinalist
Ong-Bak 3 Eliminated Semifinalist
Justin Bieber 3 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Charice Pempengco 4 Eliminated Semifinalist
Richard Gutierrez 4 White Chile
Yael Yuzon 4 Blue Scotland
Dingdong Dantes 4 Silver Denmark
John Estrada 5 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Bong Revilla 5 Eliminated Semifinalist
Christopher De Leon 5 In to the Grand Finals Ultimate KalokaLike Grand Winner
Joy Viado 5 Eliminated Semifinalist
Allan K 6 Eliminated Semifinalist
Aiza Seguerra 6 Eliminated Semifinalist
Wally Bayola 6 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Joey de Leon 6 In to the Grand Finals Runner-up (Top 5)
Adele 7 Rose Madder Russia
Arnel Pineda 7 Eliminated Semifinalist
Jay R 7 Eliminated Semifinalist
Jay Contreras 7 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Richard "Ser Chief" Lim 8 Eliminated Semifinalist
Jake Cuenca 8 Gold Japan
Angel Locsin 8 Banana Yellow China
Robin Padilla 8 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Teddy Corpuz (White/Ukrainian) 9 Eliminated Semifinalist
Teddy Corpuz (Black/Nigerian) 9 Eliminated Semifinalist
Jhong Hilario 9 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Vice Ganda 9 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Daniel Padilla 10 Eliminated Semifinalist
Kathryn Bernardo 10 Yellow Thailand
Maja Salvador 10 Antique fuchsia Botswana
Kim Chiu 10 Pink Korea
Nonito Donaire 11 Eliminated Semifinalist
Freddie Roach 11 Eliminated Semifinalist
Jinkee Pacquiao 11 In to the Grand Finals 1st Runner-up
Manny Pacquiao 11 In to the Grand Finals Grand Finalist
Digimon Gokaiger Xros Wars
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Genre Anime
Created by Toei
Written by Shō Aikawa
Yasuko Kobayashi
Akatsuki Yamatoya
Naruhisa Arakawa
Junki Takegami
Directed by Satoshi Morota
Shōjirō Nakazawa
Noboru Takemoto
Tarō Sakamoto
Katsuya Watanabe
Nobuhiro Suzumura
Voices of Coleen Garcia
Derek Ramsay
Angel Locsin
JM de Guzman
Arci Munoz
Edgar Allan Guzman
Opening theme "Tensou Sentai Goseiger" by NoB
Ending theme Gotcha Goseiger" by Hideyuki Takahashi
"Gotcha Goseiger Type 2 Remix" by Hideyuki Takahashi
Composer(s) Kōtarō Nakagawa
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 49
Production
Producer(s) Schreck Hedwick
Jun Hikasa
Takaaki Utsunomiya
Kōichi Yada
Masashi Yagi
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel tv asahi
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Original run April 1, 2012 (2012-04-01) – March 31, 2013 (2013-03-31)
Chronology
Preceded by Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan
Followed by Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters

Plot summary[edit]

Powerful relics known as Precious have started to appear throughout the world. However, the various Gundalian Wars wish to take the Precious for themselves and utilize them for evil means. To make sure that the Precious do not fall into the hands of the Gundalian Wars, the Xros Heart United Army has developed its own special operations team, the Xros Heart United Army, to do battle and collect some of the more dangerous Precious.

Phases (Episodes)[edit]

1.The Five Slblings Warriors

2.The Stylish Combination

3.The Challenge, Black Puma

4.Heavy Cries

5.Counter, Gorimin

6.Niki-niki, Trainning Kenpo

7.Dash, Kiriha

8.Emergency, Called

9.Appeared Aguniman

10.Calling Yamato

11.Survive, Zenjirou

12. Do Re Mi Fight

13.Yuu, The 6th Member

14.Yuu, The Silver Transformation

15.A New Giant

16.Twin Sister, Moune

17. Dark Judou, Fate

18.Saving, Money

19.Red Fighting Robot

20.Burning Sibling Robot

21.Castle Knights, Appears

22.Burn, Rangers

23.Heretic Rangers, Going Forth

24. Five Puppets

25.Tagiru, Brawled

26.5Ds, Let Duels

27.If You Sleep, You Die

28.Fallen Angel

29. Fusion vs Combination

30.Black Gorlin

31.Fake Gokaiyellow

32.Taiki Dies

33.Igamon, Attack

34.Curtrain Call

35.Taiki's Secret!!

36.Taiki and Kiriha, Strategy

37.Human Cannon

38.Fake Sibling Teachers

39.Please Me Love

40.Boy Majin Sword

41.Surpassing Father

42.Lets Go, Bagraranger

43.A Merry Merry Christmas, Xros Heart

44.TV Love

45.Killed, Dragonoid

46.Gundalians, Hacked

47.Its Talking Back

48.Dream of Battle

Final(49).Departure to the Stars

Voice cast[edit]

Guest voice casts[edit]


Bouken-Hibiki Season 4













Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Toei
Written by Shō Aikawa
Yasuko Kobayashi
Akatsuki Yamatoya
Naruhisa Arakawa
Junki Takegami
Directed by Satoshi Morota
Shōjirō Nakazawa
Noboru Takemoto
Tarō Sakamoto
Katsuya Watanabe
Nobuhiro Suzumura
Starring Shigeki Hosokawa
Hiro Mizushima
Haruka Suenaga
Jouji Shibue
Shingo Kawaguchi
Kenji Matsuda
Chise Nakamura
Narrated by Shinichirō Ōta
Opening theme "Samurai Sentai Shinkenger" by Psychic Lover (Project.R)(S4E1-24)
"WE ARE THE Xros Heart" by Koji Wada(S4E25-49)
Ending theme

"Air Drive" by Elephant Girl(S4E1-10)
"Tan-Kyu-Shin" by KREVA(S4E11-24)
"I wish" by Ai Maeda(S4E25-36)
"Days (Love and Everyday)" by AiM(S4E37-49)


(Insert Songs)The Super! The Strongest! Warriors"(S 4E1, 3, 6-8, 11, 21-24, 34, 37) by Psychic Lover
"With the Will"(S4E2-9, 11-14, 17, 22-24, 27) by Kōji Wada
"Whirl Through the Sky! X5" by Kōji Wada(S4E10, 20, 27, 29, 42-43, 46, 48)
"Target (Red Impact)"(S4E15-16, 18-19, 21-24, 40) by Kōji Wada
"Evolution &Digixros ver.TAIKI" by Kōji Wada & Takayoshi Tanimoto(S4E25-32, 34-39, 41, 43-49)
"Dark Knight (The Immortal Lord)"(S4E29, 36, 43) by Takayoshi Tanimoto
"Blazing Blue Flare"(S4E26, 29, 43-46) by Hideaki Takatori
"One Vision" by Takayoshi Tanimoto(S4E33, 38-40, 42-45)
"Evolution &Digixros ver.KIRIHA" by Takayoshi Tanimoto & Kōji Wada(S4E27, 32-33, 45-47)
"X4B The Guardian!"(S4E30-34, 36, 45) by Kōji Wada
"Beat Hit!" by Ayumi Miyazaki(S4E36-39, 44)
"Boiling Power" by Psychic Lover(S4E32, 34-37, 42-44)
"WE ARE Xros Heart! ver. X7" by Kōji Wada, Takayoshi Tanimoto & Ayumi Miyazaki(S4E42-44, 46, 49)
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 49
Production
Producer(s) Schreck Hedwick
Jun Hikasa
Takaaki Utsunomiya
Kōichi Yada
Masashi Yagi
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel tv asahi
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Original run August 21, 2011 (2011-08-21) – August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12)
Chronology
Preceded by Season 3
Followed by season 5

Plot summary[edit]

Powerful relics known as Precious have started to appear throughout the world. However, the various Rin Juken Akugatas wish to take the Precious for themselves and utilize them for evil means. To make sure that the Precious do not fall into the hands of the Negative Syndicates, the Geki Juken Beast Arts has developed its own special operations team, the Rangers, to do battle and collect some of the more dangerous Precious.

Arcs (Episodes)[edit]

1.Enter the Digital World I

2.Enter the Digital World II

3.The New Team of Hibiki, Souji and Sakura!

4.The Dancing Rangers

5.Masumi and Ran's Big Day"

6.The Ultimate Team No More?

7.Storm of Friendship

8.Rangers, Became the Knight

9.Subzero Ice Punch

10.Curtain Call

11.Big Trouble in Little Edo

12.Ne'er The Twins Shall Meet

13.Hibiki, Souji and Sakura, Lets Hyper Spirit Evolution I

14.Hibiki, Souji and Sakura, Lets Hyper Spirit Evolution II

15.Genesis

16.Do You Want Friends? Phelesmon's Demonic Pact

17.The Gorge of Deception!

18.A Very Digi Christmas

19.Come on Masumi and Ran get Xros Loaders I

20.Come on Masumi and Ran get Xros Loaders II

21.The Wrath of SaberLeomon

22.Dream Escape

23.The End of Invaders I

24.The End of Invaders II

25.To a New World! OmegaShoutmon, the Super Evolve

26.Rival Blue Flare, Appear!

27.Stand up, Blue Flare! The Xros Heart Rescue Strategy

28.Don't Die Greymon!! The Birth of Shoutmon DX

29.Blue Flare into the Twilight

30.Heaven Zone, The Snare of Paradise!

31.The Digimon Kendo Match! Kotemon's Blade Draws Near!!

32.A Targeted Takeru! The Super-Celebrity's Warcry!

33.When Knights Fall...

34.Spirit Needle

35.Masumi vs Tsurugi! Duel of the Boy Generals!!

36.Bizarre Bazaar

37.The Power of The Burst Mode!

38.Father and Son Destiny

39.The Final Bio-Hybrid Battle

40.The Robot Club's Dream, Pinochimon's Lure

41.Now You See It, Now You Don't

42.A Mighty Love! Deckerdramon's Last Cry!!

43.X7 of Bonds! The Grand Battle with Gravimon!!

44.The Great Undersea Adventure! Search for the Treasure Digimon of Dreams!

45.To Make The World Go Away

46.Now Revealed! The Secret of the Digimon Hunt!

47.The Final Decesive Battle, Rangers

48.Hibiki-Souji-Sakura VS Bagra Army, The All-out Showdown!

Final(49).A Glorious DigiXros, Seize It! Our Future!!

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Taiki Kudou
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 1: The Five Siblings Warriors
Voiced by Coleen Garcia
Japanese name Kudou Taiki
Digimon Shoutmon

Taiki Kudou (工藤タイキ Kudou Taiki?) is a character in the Digimon franchise, and serves as the protagonist in the sixth season of the anime series.. Taiki is described in V-Jump magazine as "a hot-blooded 7th grader who saves the weak." He leads the red "Xros Heart" army, and is partnered with Shoutmon. Among others, Dorulumon, Starmons, Ballistamon and Cutemon also accompany him. Taiki's childhood friend Akari Hinomoto and "eternal rival" and classmate Zenjirou Tsurugi complete the posse. He is athletic and cannot turn down a challenge. He has genius capabilities but is naive about his prodigy abilities. His father is a sports trainer who travels throughout Japan.[2] As the General of Xros Heart, Taiki possesses a red Xros Loader Digivice, which allows his soldiers to "DigiXros", allowing them to fuse together.

Appearance[edit]

Like most of the lead protagonists, Taiki wears goggles. Interestingly, his design resembles a "fusion" of traits of previous male leads. He seems to have a mix of Tai's and Takuya's hairstyles, with Tai's white gloves, Davis's hair color, Takato's blue shirt, pants and tennis shoes, and the reddish vest colors from both Takuya and Marcus. After being forced out the digital world, Taiki like the rest of the cast changes his outfit. However, the only change was a shirt that is mostly red on the left side and blue on the right, and was later emblazed with the Xros Heart symbol by Omnimon.

Personality[edit]

Taiki has an overly outgoing personality. He is always happy, and often tries to see the good in his enemies, much to Shoutmon's chagrin. His motto is "I can't turn my back on anyone." Taiki cares for pretty much everyone, and wishes for an all good world where no one is evil. He has a tendency to never refuse a favor asked to him and often overexerts himself to the point of collaspe and even endangering himself, which often gets him yelled at by Akari. Taiki is however, shown to be a natural leader, looking out for his army, friends, as well as complete strangers.

Taiki is a child prodigy, being very athletic and a highly skilled strategist. He participates in many sports like basketball and kendo while showing immeadiate expertise despite just starting out. Using these abilties, he is able to adapt to any situation in order to turn the tide of battle.

Description[edit]

In the first episode he is seen having a dream about him being a general, later on that morning he helps out a friend with a basketball game and afterwords he collapses. After the game he and Akari sit outside the sports center when Zenjiro shows up and challenges Taiki to another Kendo match (having lost to Taiki before) when he hears a voice saying that he is going to die. Taiki then follows the voice and finds a small transparent version of a dying Shoutmon. All of a sudden a blinding light shows him a white X Loader appears, a mysterious light asks him if he wants to save the dying melody (Shoutmon) Taiki answers yes and the X-loader turn Red and he, Akari and Zenjiro are transported to the digital world.

Moved by Shoutmon's sincere wish to become the King of the Digital World in order to bring peace to it, Taiki decides to help Shoutmon and their friends and together, they form their own faction, "Team Xros Heart", and depart to travel through the Digital World, collecting the Code Crowns by themselves. During their travels they meet many friendly Digimon who join their cause and they face the evil minions of the Bagra Army, including the three Head Officers, Tactimon, Lilithmon and Blastmon. They also encounter rival armies Blue Flare, led by Kiriha, and Twilight, secretly led by DarkKnightmon with Nene as a tool in his schemes. After Nene is rescued from DarkKnightmon, who created the Darkness Loader to execute Digi Xros without her help, she and her Digimon companions also join Xros Heart.

After all 108 Code Crowns were claimed, Tactimon manages to steal Taiki and Kiriha's Code Crowns. Though Tactimon is defeated by teamwork by the rival groups, Bagramon arrives and takes the Code Crowns for himself before sending Taiki, Akari, Zenjirouu, Shoutmon and Tactimon to the human world. With Xros Heart's core members disposed of, Bagramon is reunited with his brother DarkKnightmon as he begins his reign over the Digital World.

In the real world, Taiki tries to tell his mother of his adventures however his mother disregards his stories. Also Taiki attempts to fulfill Akari and Zenjirou's last wish before he tells them his decision to return to the digital world. He exclaims that he must save their friends and Nene and Kiriha in the digital world and how he can't just leave them. Also he exclaims that he has heard the voice he heard in the first episode who gave him his X-loader who turns out to be Omegamon.

Omegamon appears to the trio and explains the origin of the digimemories and the history of the digital world and tells them how he ended up in the human world as a digimemory and has been searching for the child who could hear the digital melody, which turned out to be Taiki.

In the real world, Tactimon returns and attempts to wreak havoc before his attempts are thwarted by Taiki and Shoutmon, who uses the power of Akari and Zenjirou's courage and friendship to digivolve into OmegaShoutmon, defeating Tactimon. Taiki gives a heartfelt goodbye to both Akari and Zenjirou before he leaves to the digital world as they must be left behind because Omegamon only has enough power to send Taiki back.

Upon returning to the Digital World, Taiki and Shoutmon learn that Bagramon had it reconstructed into a realm surrounding by Seven Kingdoms, each ruled by a Digimon general with their own Darkness Loaders. Reunited with their Xros Heart allies, Taiki and Nene convince Kiriha to join forces with them and they set to travel together through the Kingdoms to challenge the generals and liberate the Digital World from the Bagramon Army's oppression.


Kiriha Aonuma
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 1: The Five Siblings Warriors
Voiced by Derek Ramsay
Japanese name Aonuma Kiriha
Digimon Ballistamon
Dondokomon
Red Pickmon

Kiriha Aonuma (蒼沼キリハ Aonuma Kiriha?) is the General of the blue "Blue Flare" army. Kiriha is described in V-Jump magazine as "cold and calculated" and said to "eliminate enemies, in order to spread his power and influence". He is someone that shows very little empathy towards others including that of his own Digimon, as evident by his treatment of Golemon. He seems to be obsessed with strength and shows interest in Taiki Kudou because of his strength and abilities, wishing to add him to his own army. While he has shown to be helpful toward Taiki and his friends it was only an attempt to persuade Taiki to join his army, and when his offer was declined he immediately stopped helping. He recognizes Nene Amano by the beginning of the series, and eventually joins forces with her, though he leaves her when she tries to force him to torture a defeated Stingmon for information, despite him objecting that it would be beneath him. In the second phase of the show, he allies himself with Taiki and Nene, forming the Xros Heart United Army.

Appearance[edit]

Kiriha is a young man looking at least a year older than Taiki. He's tall, blond, and very intimidating. His eyes seem to cut into you like MailBirdramon's Tail. In Part Two, he grows his hair out a little longer, and changes into a blue leather jacket. If you look at him long enough, he looks like a totally different person.

Personality[edit]

Kiriha is very cold, especially when it comes to his Army. The first hint of his attitude is shown when he throws aside his Golemon after digixrosing with his MailBirdramon. He seems to not care much about his Digimon except when it comes to Greymon, MailBirdramon, and Deckerdramon. Deckerdramon even states that the reason he joins Blue Flare is because of the love he saw in Kiriha's heart. However when Greymon and MailBirdramon fall down into the depths of the Disc Zone, Kiriha does not attempt to help them and states that if they cannot get out of the Zone on their own he would abandon them. This changed in Part Two, as when MetalGreymon is forced DigiXrossed with NeoVamdemon, he immediately gives up on MetalGreymon, thinking it impossible to get him back. But when Taiki comes up with the idea to find the white Lopmon and defeat NeoVamdemon, he goes to the measures of risking his life fighting NeoVamdemon's army of LadyDevimon in order to save MetalGreymon.

Description[edit]



Akari Hinomoto
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 1: The Five Siblings Warriors
Voiced by Angel Locsin
Japanese name Hinomoto Akari
Digimon Dorulumon
Cutemon

Akari Hinomoto (陽ノ本アカリ Hinomoto Akari?) is a character in the Digimon Xros Wars series. Akari is the childhood friend of Taiki Kudou, and is one year younger than him.

Personality[edit]

Akari often appears to be a strict pre-teen trying to keep things in order. She has shown a cheery side however when she took a picture that might look good as a background for her cellphone. Akari has a close bond with Taiki as an older sister-younger brother relationship, despite the fact that Akari is younger than Taiki. This personality is probably attributed because of her care for her own brothers and sister. She often worries about Taiki when he does stunts without thinking and overexerts himself and sometimes even yells at him for such actions. She does however care very much about Taiki and appeared to be jealous when Persiamon stayed by his bedside when Taiki came down with a fever. Akari also misses her family after coming to the Digital World and wants to return home.

Description[edit]

Akari lives with her family helping take care of her three younger siblings, one of them she stated to play shooting games with, which helped in the Island Zone arc. At one point she met Taiki and they became close friends.

In the beginning of the series, she immediately freaks out about missing Marine Day and wants them all to go back home. She even suggests they track down another human when hearing about two other Generals being in the Digital World, thinking that they might know how to get home.

When hearing about the Code Crowns and the dreams of being Digimon King, she goes with it thinking that if Shoutmon becomes King, they'll be able to go home.

When they arrive at the Lake Zone, she seems to grow jealous of the friendship between Taiki and Persiamon, especially when she sees Persiamon watching over Taiki when he passes out. She begins to feel she isn't needed, lashing out at everyone thought to be her friends. She is later tricked by Lillithmon, who deceives her into thinking her Mom is calling out to her through a "magic mirror with a link to the Human World". Lillithmon soon tricks her into stealing the Code Crown for her, convincing her that she'll be able to return home. The spell breaks when Taiki proves that she is needed by everyone, being she keeps them all grounded. She then cuts Lillithmon with the Code Crown, which although causes Lillithmon's rage, gives her much more confidence in herself and her friends.

When they arrive at the Sand Zone, she constantly complains about Xros Heart always getting into dangerous situations, which eventually comes true when they almost get captured by Bagura Army forces. She later opens the Treasure Ruin using her charm, leading to Xros Heart gaining another Code Crown and four new DigiMemories.


Zenjirou Tsurugi
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 1: The Five Siblings Warriors
Voiced by JM de Guzman
Japanese name Tsurugi Zenjirou
Digimon Ballistamon
Dondokomon
Red Pickmon

Zenjirou Tsurugi (剣ゼンジロウ Tsurugi Zenjirou?) is a character in the Digimon Xros Wars series. Zenjirou is a classmate of Taiki Kudou. He practices Kendo and is very principled, hating immorality and injustice. He calls himself "[Taiki's] eternal rival." He is afraid of heights, but is a capable leader and leads Xros Heart when Taiki is incapacitated. Zenjirou has a severe crush on Nene Amano, which can sometimes lead him to make a fool of himself. In battle, Zenjirou will use the Rare Star Sword to fight in person.

Description[edit]

Zenjirou seems to constantly agree with Akari about Taiki's rash behavior and crazy decisions.

When MadLeomon attacks the Village of Smiles for the third time, Zenjirou is stuck up on a newly sprouted bamboo stalk caused by a Bagura Army Drimogemon. With only his Wrister to communicate to the ground forces below, Taiki sends Zenjirou the Rare Star Sword so that he can strike a glowing are on the ground, which is found out to be Drimogemon, causing the Bamboo to recede back into the ground, and causing MadLeomon to go into an uproar.

In the Island Zone, Zenjirou helps raid the Mantaraymon ships using the Rare Star Sword to fend off some enemy Divermon.

In the Lake Zone, once Taiki passes out, Zenjirou takes over as Taiki's proxy, commanding the Xros Heart forces to fight off IceDevimon's forces. Once Daipenmon freezes the grounds, Zenjirou is saved thanks to Knightmon guarding him with his shield. Zenjirou then spots Taiki, chasing after him with a PawnChessmon spear that he borrowed, in order to help save Akari. He then uses the spear to save Akari from getting mutilated by Lillithmon.

After all 108 Code Crowns were claimed, Tactimon attacks Taiki and Kiriha for their Code Crowns. Although Tactimon is defeated by teamwork by the rival groups, Bagramon uses a dimensional warp to take the Code Crowns for himself, sending Taiki, Akari, Zenjirouu, Shoutmon and Tactimon to the human world. With Xros Heart's core members disposed of, Bagramon is reunited with his brother DarkKnightmon as he begins his reign over the Digital World.

In the real world it seems that their time in the digital world is only a fraction of the time in human world and barely any time has passed since they left. When meeting up with his friends again he exclaims that his father thought he was making things up when describing the Digital World. When Taiki tells him that he will return to the Digital World to save the others Zenjirou expresses his frustration by kicking the Kendo set that Taiki brought, which was meant to grant Zenjirou's last wish before Taiki left. Later the trio meet with the spirit of Omnimon who explains the origin of DigiMemories and the history of the Digital World. Taiki, Akari, and Zenjirou explain that they want to return to the Digital World, and although Omnimon agrees, he only has enough power to send Taiki back. Although saddened, Taiki assures Akari and Zenjirou that they will always be a part of Xros Heart, and while their absence will be a loss to Xros Heart, both of them are great warriors and have been a special part of Xros Heart, and that Zenjirou was always there for the team when Taiki was down.

Meanwhile, Tactimon attempts to wreak havoc before his attempts are thwarted by Taiki and Shoutmon, who digivolves into OmegaShoutmon due to Akari and Zenjirou courage and friendship, allowing him to destroy Tactimon. As Taiki returns to the Digital World, he gives a heartfelt goodbye to Akari and Zenjirou, and Zenjirou exclaims that he and Akari will help Taiki for sure.


Nene Amano
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 1: The Five Siblings Warriors
Voiced by Arci Munoz
Japanese name Amano Nene
Profile
Relatives Yuu Amano (brother)
Digimon Sparrowmon
Monitamons
Mervamon

Nene Amano (天野ネネ Amano Nene?) is a character in the Digimon Xros Wars series, and serves as one of the female protagonists. At first, V-Jump magazine described her as "an enigmatic beautiful girl that leads a mysterious army", but for the second phase she is described as "an enigmatic beautiful girl that fights against the darkness with strong determination." During her time as the General of the black "Twilight" army, Nene was said to be searching for powerful soldiers for unknown reasons, using her Monitamon to spy on the other armies and sometimes assisting Xros Heart in their battles. At one point she joined forces with Kiriha and Blue Flare, but she is currently aligned with Taiki as part of Xros Heart. Her Xros Loader was black (orginally hold by his brother Yuu), but its color changed to lavender after she joined Xros Heart. Nene is followed by her partner Digimon: Mervamon, Sparrowmon, Monimon and three Monitamon.

Description[edit]

Nene is frequently described as a "beautiful girl" in both the show and the promotional materials. She is a fairly tall girl (shorter than Zenjirou but taller than Taiki) with brown hair, which is worn up, purple eyes and fair skin. Her attire consisted of white cowboy boots with pink trims, a purple dress with black trims, a lab coat and several gold chains around her neck, but in the second phase of the show she changed her clothing and now wears a pink sleeveless top underneath a pink and white jacket and a pink short frilly skirt.

Personality[edit]

Nene has a very mysterious personality when first revealed. She has a strong habit of spying on people to gain information (which she does frequently before joining Team Xros Heart). She is willing to do anything in order to obey DarkKnightmon's orders, going as far as to torture Stingmon for information or threaten Kiriha so that he'll join up with them. It's revealed that this is because she is willing to do anything for her brother, even "Following the Devil himself". Kiriha states that she is extremely good at manipulating people, which she usually uses for her advantage. After joining Xros Heart, Nene became friendlier and more compassionate, but her determination for saving her brother remained as strong as ever.

Nene has a strong bond with Sparrowmon and, in the second phase, becomes partners with Mervamon, with whom Nene sympathizes despite thinking of her as pushy and immature.

Appearance[edit]

Nene first appears shortly after the defeat of MadLeomon, watching Taiki and his friends with her Monitamon. She is later seen watching Taiki and Kiriha demonstrating their powers. She introduces herself to Team Xros Heart after the final defeat of MadLeomon. She appears to have a great interest in Taiki and playfully calls him "Red". After explaining the purpose of the "Code Crowns" and helping open a portal to the Island Zone, she disappears as quickly as she appeared. She reappears later to compliment Kiriha on his battle, and telling him about Taiki being trapped on the Island Zone and having the DigiMemories. In the Magma Zone, she informs Kiriha of Taiki's predicament with Tactimon and AncientVolcamon.

After Xros Heart rescues the Lake Zone, Nene says the power of Xros Heart is too hot for her, and makes the decision to partner with Kiriha Aonuma's Blue Flare. To show him her power, she takes out the black Xros Loader and reloads Sparrowmon.

In the Sand Zone, she and Kihira search for the code crown only for Taiki to find it, then they engage Blastmon in battle. Even thought they're able to stand their ground against Blastmon, they are blown away when Blastmon releases his Crystal Bullets. She then continues on to the next Zone.

She later arrives in the Heaven Zone with her partner, DarkKnightmon, preventing Shoutmon from attacking Lucemon Chaos Mode. She reveals that she made a deal with the Bagra Army, that Lucemon could take the zone's Code Crown, while she would have access to the dark power hidden within the Temple of Darkness. She replies to Xros Heart's dismay by stating that she will "take the darkness regardless of any destruction to the Heaven Zone." But when Lucemon interupts the transfer, she is captured inside a giant orb of dark energy, resulting in Sparrowmon's constant attempts to rescue her.

When Taiki and Kiriha confront her in Deckerdramon's sanctuary, Nene reveals that she is working for DarkKnightmon because something happened to her little brother, Yuu Amano, and DarkKnightmon is the only one who knows how to send the both of them back to the human world. Once Kiriha obtains Deckerdramon, DarkKnightmon states that they no longer are required to be in Forest Zone, so he commands Nene to store him and Nene leaves to the Dust Zone, stating it out loud as a clue to Taiki to come save her. DarkKnightmon takes them both to the Dust Zone, where he imprisons Nene in his tower. After a grand battle between all four armies, in which DarkKnightmon obtains the Darkness Loader and casts Nene aside now that he no longer needs her, Xros Heart rescues Nene and she and the remnants of Twilight join their army. During the rescue of Princess Babamon, Nene's X Loader reformats and becomes lavender.

After Taiki returns to the Digital World in the second phase, Nene joins him along with Kiriha. In Vampire Land, while Taiki tries to enter WhiteLopmon's Chamber, Nene and Sparrowmon fend off an army of LadyDevimon sent by NeoVamdemon to eliminate them. She later watches in on the fight between OmegaShoutmon, ZeekGreymon and NeoVamdemon.

In Honey Land, she teams up with Mervamon after Zamielmon forces Mervamon and her brother, Ignitemon, to fight each other for his amusement. She and Mervamon also fight together in the battle against Zamielmon in his Honey Wonderland. Following Zamielmon's fall, Mervavamon decides that she likes fighting with Nene and becomes her partner. After hearing Kiriha talk about a mysterious blonde kid he saw in the forest, she begins to think her brother, Yuu Amano, is nearby.


Yuu Amano
Digimon character
First appearance Phase 13: Yuu, The 6th Member
Voiced by Edgar Allan Guzman
Japanese name Amano Yuu
Profile
Relatives Nene Amano
Digimon Damemon

Yuu Amano (天野ユウ Amano Yū?) is a fictional character in the Digimon franchise and appears as a major villian in the sixth season of the anime series. Nene's younger brother who was said to be held hostage by DarkKnightmon; however, DarkKnightmon was actually his Digimon partner. He eventually reveals himself as the original user of the black Xros Loader, and the eighth Death General. Deceived by DarkKnightmon, who convinced him that the Digital World is just a game and destroying Digimon and humans alike have no real consequences, he fights with no holds barred even against his own sister.

Notes and references=[edit]


Eternal links[edit]

Neneamano97/sandbox on Digimon Wiki, an external wiki


Philippines' Next Top Model
Format Reality television
Created by Tyra Banks
Developed by Ken Mok
Kenya Barris
Starring Ruffa Gutierrez-Bektas
Judges Wilma Doesnt
Pauline Sauco-Juan
Robby Carmona
Vince Uy
Xander Angeles
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RPN (2007)
TV5
Velvet
Original run March 13, 2007
November 6, 2010
May 4, 2013 – June 13, 2007 (RPN)
February 5, 2011(TV5)
August 3, 2013(Velvet)
External links
Website

Philippines’ Next Top Model was a Filipino reality competition broadcast by the Radio Philippines Network where a number of women competed for the title of the country's "next top model". The series was a local version of America's Next Top Model and was won by Grendel Alvarado of Bacolod, who received a modeling representation with Starz People in Hong Kong, an editorial fashion spread in Preview magazine, US$10,000 courtesy of Mane and Tail Shampoo, a P150,000 modeling contract with Saga Events, a one-year local endorsement campaign from L'Oréal Paris, one-year complimentary treatments from Marie France and Facial Care Center, a south sea pearl necklace from Jewelmer, and the title "Jewelmer’s Pearl Ambassador to the World". The international destination for this cycle was Victoria, Hong Kong.

The show did not continue for a second series.

Format[edit]

The first Philippines' Next Top Model selected fourteen contestants and ran for at thirteen episodes. It showcased some twists and a surprise double-elimination. Like America's Next Top Model, there is one contestant eliminated per episode (though there have been cases of a double elimination or no elimination) by consensus of the judging panel. During the program, PNTM used the idea of Ruffa-text instead the usual Mail like in ANTM - Tyra Mail, Australian version - Erika, Jodhi or Sarah Mail and others. This is because of the wide range of Filipinos known for SMS or much loved for texting and the Philippines being known as the SMS capital of the world.

Cycles[edit]

Cycle Premiere date Winner Runner-up Other contestants in order of elimination Number of contestants International Destination(s)
1 March 13, 2007 Grendel Alvarado Rina Lorilla Sara Custodio, Marj Cornillez, Wen Santos, Mira Baino, Raine Larazabal, Gemma Gatdula, Jayna Reyes, Sheena Sy, Bambi Del Rosario, Joy Pagurayan, Elvira Stehr (quit), Jenilyn Olivar Dionisio Balino 14 Hong Kong
Victoria

Episode summaries[edit]

The Girls Get Waxes[edit]

Original Airdate: March 13, 2007

PNTM started off by auditioning in Davao held by model Wilma Doesnt, in Cebu held by fashion director Robby Carmona and in Manila held by Wilma Doesnt, Robby Carmona and top model Rissa Mananquil. 3,300 contestants tried out and the girls were whittled down to 27 for the semi-finals.

The 27 girls who are the semi-finals were flown to Hotel Intercontinental, Makati. The girls took their first challenge, and they met Ruffa Guttierez for the first time. While on the final screening, they faced the judges in panel of Robbie Carmona, Wilma Doesnt, and Ruffa Guttierez who tested them in runway challenge and questioned why should they be the Philippines' Next Top Model. Finally, the contestants was narrowed down to 14 girls by the judges and the hopeful models were moved to their fashion-modeled house. The girls were given the chance to choose their own room, as well as beds for the entire run of the show. Since there were only 12 beds, the girls race to claim a space for themselves. Unfortunately, for Elf and Jen, they failed to have their beds for themselves and had to sleep in the living room.

The next day the girls got to meet a special visitor, who gave them a Brazilian wax. Most of the girls felt the waxing was too much and complained about it. After their painful waxing, they had their first photo shoot: a bikini shoot at Rizal Avenue - Manila. The photo shoot was conducted with the help of Xander Angeles, a renowned photographer in the Philippines. Also, to help mentor the girls, Joey Mead was brought on the set.

During panel, the judges felt that both Sara and Marj both failed to exert effort during the photo shoot. The judges criticized Sara for not having personality in her photo. Marj, on the other hand, was noted for her poorly done performance and lack of personality. Their photos deemed poor by the judges and criticized them on their lack of personality, the reasons given why both of them were eliminated in the competition.

  • First call-out: Jayna Reyes
  • Bottom two: Sara Custodio and Marj Cornille
  • Eliminated: Both
  • Featured photographer: Xander Angeles
  • Special guest: Joey Mead

The Girl Who Strikes in Her Attitude[edit]

Original Airdate: March 20, 2007

The girls got their first runway lesson by Wilma Doesnt and Robby Carmona and were taught how to walk with attitude. The judges gave the girls animal roles to act out while walking on the runway. Their first challenge was to have a fierce runway walk through mud. Sheena sashayed herself a win and picks Raine, Wen and Gemma to share in her prize. The prize was dinner with top models Joey Mead and Rissa Mananquil.

The next day the girls go to Celine where they each got a free bag of products, but they did not know that the challenge is to pose with those bags and also conducted by Raymund Isaac, and announced that there was a tie in the challenge and who were Grendel and Sheena. They won 25 extra frames in the next photoshoot Later that day, the girls get a Ruffa-text about their next photo shoot. The girls arrived at their second shoot and were told it was a high-fashion shoot involving lingerie. Sheena took center stage with her high fashion photo while Bambi, Raine and Wen were commended on their fierce attitude in the shoot.

During the elimination, the judges felt Mira had emotional baggage due to her grandma having surgery during screening day and lacks passion for the competition. They also felt that Wen had a hard time to find the edgy high fashion look that she has. Because of that, it was Wen who was sent home.

  • First call-out: Sheena Sy
  • Bottom two: Mira Baino and Wen Santos
  • Eliminated: Wen Santos
  • Featured photographer: Xander Angeles, Raymund Isaac (challenge's photographer)
  • Special guests: Joey Mead, Rissa Mananquil

The Girl Who Is Confused[edit]

Original Airdate: March 27, 2007

The episode began with the girls getting their makeovers. Afterwards,the L'Oréal make-up team taught the girls how to put on make-up and also how to change daytime look to a nighttime look. They were then given a challenge to do their own make-up inside a moving car in ten minutes. Bambi won the challenge and picked Jen and Elf to share her prize, a dinner in a restaurant and special gifts courtesy of L'Oréal.

The next day the girls were taken on location and were told about their next photo shoot. They were to pose with reptiles while taking a high fashion beauty shoot. Bambi got scratched by an iguana but did well in the end.

At panel, they were once again challenged to do their make-up. This time, they were given ten minutes to put make-up on for a rock star. Joy was praised for her stunning photo and her confidence in person while Elf, Grendel and Jen were praised for their constant improvements during the competition. Mira was chastised for not improving enough throughout the competition and for looking confused in the photo and in panel. Jayna was criticized for not dressing like a model and for not looking like a model in person and was placed in the bottom of two with Mira. In the end, Jayna's stunning photos saved her and Mira was sent home.

  • First call-out: Joy Pagurayan
  • Bottom two: Jayna Reyes and Mira Baino
  • Eliminated: Mira Baino
  • Featured photographer: Erwin Barleta
  • Special guests: Denise Go, Adzna Malli

The Girl Who Can Act[edit]

Original Airdate: April 3, 2007

This week, the remaining ten girls learned the art of acting. They went to a theatre and were greeted by Ruffa who explained the secrets for acting. Ruffa introduced director Fritz who taught the girls of techniques on acting and about having presence in the camera or stage. Afterwards model Joey Mead introduced the girls to their acting challenge. The girls were given props and had to improve emotions with each prop. Some of the girls didn't have any idea on how to use the props while others excelled greatly. Raine ended up winning the challenge with her interpretation of 'sadness' with a remote control. Her prize was a massage and a spa treatment in the house and chose Sheena and Jen to accompany her. While the three girls were receiving their treatment, those who did not win the challenge were forced to clean the house.

Tensions rose as Bambi's personality rubbed some of the contestants the wrong way, especially Joy. The photo shoot theme this week was Murderers on the Loose and took place in an old warehouse. They were asked to pair up and choose who is the murderer and the dead. Grendel, Jen and Rina impressed Vincent Uy, the creative director of Preview magazine in the shoot.

Pairings
Bambi & Jen
Elf & Jayna
Gemma & Raine
Grendel & Joy
Rina & Sheena

During elimination Jayna and Raine landed in the bottom two. Raine's picture was awkward and the judges felt that she doesn't fit into the modeling business. The judges were not impressed with Jayna's picture saying she still rested on looking pretty and criticized her lack of passion. Despite Raine's challenge win, her awkward picture got her the boot.

  • First call-out: Rina Lorilla
  • Bottom Two: Jayna Reyes and Raine Larazabal
  • Eliminated: Raine Larazabal
  • Featured Photographer: Mark Nicdao
  • Special Guests: Fritz Ynfante, Joey Mead, Jigs Mayuga

The Girl Who Flew Away[edit]

Original Airdate: April 10, 2007

The show starts off with the remaining girls packing for an overnight trip to Subic. Little did they know that they will go there for physical training. Headed by military men, Tim and Jun, the exercises included warm-ups, obstacle courses, trekking and wall-climbing. While Bambi earned the ire of Wilma Doesnt due to her lack of commitment for the training, the others seem to have fun. At the end of the trek, the girls did an impromptu photo shoot. Afterwards Wilma revealed that the training was an actual challenge, and discovered most of the girls were not physically fit. However, Elf proved herself to be physically fit and won the challenge and a 'surprise prize' was given to her at the Top Model house.

Returning home, Elf was surprised to find a nice dinner set up at the garden and was even more surprised when Mira appeared. It was revealed that the two of them were having a platonic relationship, even though Elf had a boyfriend. Elf confessed that she indeed had a boyfriend, but that he was cool with the Mira situation.

The next day the girls do a photo shoot where they had to pose as birds flying while jumping on a trampoline.

Model Bird
Bambi Eagle
Elf Parrot
Gemma Sparrow
Grendel Crow
Jayna Hawk
Jen Woodpecker
Joy Condor
Rina Owl
Sheena Magpies

At judging, the judges were impressed with Grendel, Jayna, Rina, and Jen's photos while Joy and Gemma failed to turn in good shots. In the end, Grendel was called first because of her 'remarkable improvement' while Joy and Gemma were called for the bottom two. Joy was lambasted for her lack of confidence and her slipping performance in shoots and Gemma, though having natural beauty, was criticized for being unable to translate her beauty into photos. Joy was given another chance to turn her performance around whole and Gemma was sent home.

  • First call-out: Grendel Alvarado
  • Bottom Two: Gemma Gatdula and Joy Pagurayan
  • Eliminated: Gemma Gatdula
  • Featured Photographer: Ruben de la Cruz
  • Special Guests: Tim, Jun, Mira Baino

The Girl Who Just Doesn't Get It[edit]

Original Airdate: April 17, 2007

This week the remaining girls learned the art of being presentable in a party scene from Tim Yap. The girls were taken to Embassy Bar at The Fort where they were secretly observed. The judges were seeing how the girls naturally act without them around and took a look at some of the girls real attitudes. Some of the girls were very confident and presented themselves well, while others failed to show an impressive front. The next day, the girls were cast into a photo shoot where they had to endorse a perfume. Each girl represented a scent and a different word to guide their performance.

Model Endorsement
Bambi Promesse by Cacharel
Elf Romance by Ralph Lauren
Grendel Lancôme Miracle Forever
Jayna Ralph Lauren Ralph HOT
Jen Giorgio Armani ARMANI Code
Joy Lancôme So Magic!
Rina Hypnose by Lancôme
Sheena City Glam by Emporio Armani

At deliberation only Jen, Grendel, Rina, Sheena, and Joy presented good photos. Elf's photo was considered a good beauty shot, but she missed the point of her shoot (per Xander Angeles). Bambi's body language was good in her photo, but her face was off while Jayna once again failed to turn in a good shot. The judges put Jayna and Bambi in bottom two. Though Jayna had a stronger portfolio overall, she lacked consistency in her photographs, and her poor performance at the party didn't bode well for her. Bambi's shoots all looked the same according to the judges. The judges debated on who would go home: the girl who seemed to have given everything but it might not be enough (Bambi), or the girl who has so much to give but doesn't put enough(Jayna). In the end, the judges decide that Jayna's time was up despite a stellar portfolio and potential, and she was sent home leaving the judges in tears and the girls shocked having been a frontrunner.

  • First call-out: Jen Olivar
  • Bottom Two: Bambi Del Rosario and Jayna Reyes
  • Eliminated: Jayna Reyes
  • Featured Photographer: Juan Caguicla
  • Special Guests: Tim Yap, Jigs Mayuga

The Girl Who Is A Fighter[edit]

Original Airdate: April 22, 2007

This week the girls began their morning rituals. Some girls practiced their runway skills in the garden whilek others just sat and had a talk. Afterwards, the girls got a lecture from Ms. O (Olen Lim) about the strengths and weaknesses of a model and finding the right position and angle during a shoot, as well as taking the posture in consideration. Bambi won the challenge and she chose Grendel and Joy to share her prize. Her prize is a day of relaxation at The Spa.

Back at the Top Model House, Ruffa Guttierrez made a visit while most of them were preparing for the day. Ruffa had a one-on-one talk with each of them about their standing in the competition. Jen went first and talked about how she landed the top spot from last week's elimination. Next, Bambi felt she had another chance to boost her maturity in the competition, while Sheena struggles because of some family issues. Elf, shed tears about her relationship with her Mom while Rina felt alone after Jayna exited the competition. Grendel and Joy take their time to get some inspiration and after meeting with each contestant, the girls were told to prepare for their next photo shoot.

For their seventh photo shoot the girls had to pose for a beauty shoot with a shoe on top of their head. The shoes were fastened to each girls head as they tried to show some fierceness in the shoot. Also they did a photoshoot while they are playing Volleyball.

Model Shoe
Bambi Green
Elf Black
Grendel Red
Jen Pink
Joy White
Rina Yellow
Sheena Purple

Jen and Bambi did well, while the photographer felt Joy and Elf lacks emotion. At deliberation, the judges applauded Elf for her two beautiful photos, which showed her feminine side despite having a hard look. In the end, Ruffa called Joy, and Sheena to step forward. Ruffa asked each who they thought should be eliminated, but two of them refused to answer. Joy suggested she might be eliminated because of the poor delivery of her photo. Ruffa asked Sheena to tell her what she could offer and why she should stay in the competition. Sheena answered fluently that she would take the judges' critique and use it to her advantage. Despite having an eloquent answer, the judges decided her photos were not enough to save her and Sheena was sent home.

  • First call-out: Elf Stehr
  • Bottom Two: Joy Pagurayan and Sheena Sy
  • Eliminated: Sheena Sy
  • Featured Photographer: Ronald Pineda
  • Special Guest: Joey Mead, Jigs Mayuga, Olen Juarez-Lim

The Girl Who Made It Work[edit]

Original Airdate: May 01, 2007

In this episode, the girls learn how to be versatile in the clothes they wear. The girls have a one-on-one session with Joey Mead at the Salabianca learning how to create different attires using different types of clothes. Joey Mead asked the girls to pair up and create an attire for their respective partners. Bambi and Joy were paired together but found that both of them were difficulty due to tension brewing between them. Joy even joked that she's going to make Bambi look like a "mangkukulam" or witch.

The girls met up with Joey Mead again at an ukay-ukay store (Bargain hunting store) and they figured out it was a challenge. The challenge for that day was to emulate the picture of the outfit given to them with only 300 pesos (roughly $6.43). The challenge proved difficult for the girls due to their funds running low and many of them had to resort to haggling. After purchasing their clothing, the girls modeled their looks and Grendel was chosen as the winner. The reward was a 20,000 pesos shopping spree and chose Elf to receive 10,000 pesos shopping spree with her. The girls enjoyed their shopping sprees at CMG and Bysi.

Back in the house, tensions continued to rise between Joy and Bambi. Joy accused Bambi of discriminating against her because she is from the rural while Bambi vehemently declined her accusations leading to Bambi breaking down in the confessional.

For the next photo shoot the girls had to pose with couture gowns. Despite being taught earlier about body control and manipulation, the girls found it hard to pose in their respective gowns.

Model Couture Theme
Bambi Gold
Elf Silver
Grendel Classic
Jen Futuristic
Joy Native
Rina Organic

On deliberation times, the judges gave high prize to Jen's photograph and harshly criticized Bambi's. When it was Joy's turn to be judged she brought up the tension between her and Bambi. Ruffa had Bambi step forward and explain her behavior. Bambi defended that she is not discriminating Joy and claimed she would never let anyone discriminate Joy because she is beautiful. Considering who will be the bottom two, Rina and Bambi were called forward. Rina was called for her lackluster photograph and Bambi for her inability to show more to the judges. After the hard deliberation, Bambi got the boot while Rina moves on to the final five.

  • First call-out: Jen Olivar
  • Bottom Two: Bambi Del Rosario and Rina Lorilla
  • Eliminated: Bambi Del Rosario
  • Featured Photographer: Jean Young
  • Special Guest: Joey Mead

The Girl Who Didn't Stand Out[edit]

Original Airdate: May 08, 2007

Now that the competition is down to five girls, the tension began heating up. Previously Bambi was booted because of her inconsistency with her photographs. The girls went to their next challenge led by fashion director Robbie Carmona, and had to participate in a mini-runway fashion show. They were to model a casual outfit, swimwear, and a fashion couture outfit. Joy was praised for her walk in her yellow one-piece bikini, Jen was criticized for being too 'raw', while Rina got the best shot in her black ball gown dress. Elf again got high praises for her stunning legs during the swimwear run, but in the end Grendel won the challenge for showcasing her versatility.

On their eighth photo-shoot, they had to performe with the rest of the transgender Showgirls of Amazing Philippines and had to stand out while being in a crowd. Jen, Joy and Grendel struggled with their performance, while Rina and Elf showed much confidence during their respective shoots.

That next night Jen, Grendel Joy, Elf, and Rina went up against the judges for deliberations. The judges showcased the least and poor performance of each girl during the run of the show. Joy was criticized because of her beauty queen attitude that she exuded during photo shoots. Grendel and Jen were criticized for playing it too safe and not bringing enough fierceness coming into the finale of the show. They both were becoming more confident but the judges felt it might not be enough for that stage of the competition. Elf was once again berated for her inconsistencies in her photos while Rina was praised for being very confident and having a different look from the other four ladies. Joy and Jen were called for the bottom of two for their poor performances during the competition. Joy was told she had poor delivery of having a showgirl attitude and had been upstaged by the other showgirls. Jen was told she was a pretty girl and should have more confidence in herself as Joy was sent home.

  • First call-out: Rina Lorilla
  • Bottom Two: Joy Pagurayan and Jen Olivar
  • Eliminated: Joy Pagurayan
  • Featured Photographer: Xander Angeles
  • Special Guests: The Amazing Philippines Showgirls

The Girl Who Perfected the Runway[edit]

Original Airdate: May 15, 2007

Top Model Joey Mead visited the four remaining finalists—Rina, Elf, Grendel and Jen—at the PNTM house to give them a workshop on casting and to share them some advice on how to prepare for a go-see.

After the workshop the girls were brought to the House of Laurel for their challenge. Their challenge was a mock go-see with one of the acclaimed fashion designers in the country, Rajo Laurel. There, the four had to outshine each other by showing off a top model attitude in a high fashion glamour gown walk-off. Afterwards, the girls were interviewed by Rajo and given critiques on their go-see performances. Grendel once again stood out and won the go-see challenge making her the only finalist to win a challenge three times in a row. As a reward, Rajo Laurel gave her a gift certificate courtesy of House of Laurel.

The following day Ruffa texted the girls to gear up for their tenth photo shoot. They were treated to a Brazilian wax at Laybare Salon before heading to Batangas. In Laiya Beach Resort, they posed for an exotic swimwear photo shoot with a Jewel of the Sea theme.

Blue Team Red Team
Grendel Elf
Jen Rina

At judging, Wilma, Robby Carmona, Xander Angeles, Vince Uy, and Ruffa Gutierrez were present for the evaluations. Each girl was evaluated one by one with Elf being the only girl to get positive remarks. Rina and Grendel found themselves in the bottom of two and for the first time in the entirety of the competition, none of them got the boot.

  • First call-out: Elf Stehr
  • Bottom Two: Grendel Alvarado and Rina Lorilla
  • Eliminated: None
  • Featured Photographer: Xander Angeles
  • Special Guests: Joey Mead, Rajo Laurel

The Girls Into Reminisce[edit]

Original Airdate: May 22, 2007

This episode of Philippine's Next Top Model featured a look back at the history of the show. A crisp recap of what had transpired so far as the season finale drew closer. The best and worst moments of the top model finalists were harkened back in an hour long special recap highlight.

Following the recap the four remaining finalists were informed about an out-of-the-country photo-shoot. A shocking revelation is disclosed regarding Elf's decision to voluntarily leave the show. As emotions and excitement surged higher, more intense showdowns of style and projection are promised for the next episode.

A surprising turn of events is promised and the Final Four girls are to be flown out to Hong Kong. A go-see in on of the prestigious modeling agencies in Hong Kong, a mod photo shoot on the busy streets of Central and Wan Chai Districts, and a shopping spree treat at the famous Causeway Bay are all promised for the next episode of Philippine's Next Top Model.

  • Recap Episode

The Girl Who is Lackluster[edit]

Original Airdate: May 29, 2007

The episode begins by recapping the final four - Rina, Grendel Jen, and Elf. A surprise at the last elimination revealed that none of the remaining girls were eliminated. The girls are enjoying the last couple of weeks remaining, until the final catwalk, and are relaxing and generally getting along.

The next day Joey Mead visits them at the Top Model house to give a final brief lesson for an International Go-see. Afterwards they were presented with their next challenge. Their first challenge was to do an impromptu commercial brand shoot to present a nicer outlook. Their second challenge was to snag a guy at a socialite party. Model Jeff Rodriguez played the role of the guy as each girl tried their hand at conversing with him. Elf is seen being too sexy with the model, Grendel stood in a starstruck matter and lost points for confidence, Jen felt so nervous around Jeff, and Rina became very overbearing. Afterwards the girls watched their interactions on screen and were critiqued on their performances. Afterwards, each girl got a text from Ruffa telling them about their next photo shoot in Hong Kong.

The girls were tremendously excited about the news until a surprise twist brought their celebration to a halt. After learning about the destination, Elf decided to leave the competition because of her concerns about her family problems back in her hometown. The other girls bid a sad goodbye to Elf as she returns home and away from the competition.

  • Quit: Elf Stehr

With only three girls remaining, they packed their bags and flew off to Hong Kong. With their arrival the final three had their first pre-challenge given by Robby Carmona. They were to stroll around main city and look for some landmarks to familiarize themselves. After taking some pictures at the landmarks, the girls met Robby and were told to write down all the streets they'd actually seen. Jen answered two correctly, Rina got five, and Grendel remembered eight. Grendel won the challenge and her prize was a shopping spree on the main land.

In a few days, Jen, Rina, and Grendel got to meet Xander for their twelfth photo shoot. It was revealed to the girls that their next photo shoot was a campaign for Breast Cancer. It was also revealed that the photo shoot was going to be a nude photo shoot and left each girl shocked. Rina went first and had no inhibitions while Jen was nerve-wracked in front of the camera. Grendel did okay but Xander was concerned about her confusing execution.

At the judging panel, Jen, Rina, and Grendel faced the jury once again. Grendel took her evaluation first and was told she needed to relax in her photo. Rina impressed the judges again with her powerful and meaningful shot but lacked facial expression. Jen didn't stand out in her photo but was praised for being tasteful in the shot. Rina got called out first while Grendel and Jen took the bottom two. In the end Jen was booted out of the competition.

  • First call-out: Rina Lorilla
  • Bottom Two: Grendel Alvarado and Jen Olivar
  • Eliminated: Jen Olivar
  • Featured Photographer: Xander Angeles
  • Special Guests: Joey Mead, Jeff Rodriguez

The Girl Who Becomes Philippines' Next Top Model[edit]

Original Airdate: June 5 & June 12, 2007

Part 1

The final two are put to their last challenge where they had to do an international Go-see. They were introduced to the General Manager of Starz People, Ms. Mee Yang, to attend their final challenge. They had to meet three important individuals who would help them with the presentation of their portfolio. First they had to meet international model based in Hong Kong Amanda Leon. Second, they had to introduce themselves to the editor-in-chief of Cover Magazine - Jean Pierre Magario. Finally, the girls had a runway challenge and fashion lecture with creative consultant Gregory Derham. After the challenge it was revealed that both girls won the challenge and their prize was a shopping spree at the Central District of Hong Kong.

The next day, the final two went to their final shoot. The theme of the shoot was Street Fashion Couture. Guest make-up artist, Steven Doloso, gave them some final tips to prepare for their looks. The girls had to show the high fashion theme in three different photographs in two different locations.

At judging, Rina was told she gave more flexibility and attitude while Grendel managed to show more of her innate confidence and natural talent. It was announced no one had been eliminated due to Elf's voluntary expulsion and they headed back to Manila.

Part 2

The final two flew back to Manila and proceeded to their final series of challenges. Rina and Grendel had their final shoot where they performed some product endorsements for L'Oréal Paris. Being challenged on beauty shoots for the product and TVC requirements, both of them push their skills to the limit. Make-up stylist Jigs Mayuga gave them their final instructions for their shoot while guest photographer, Pat Dy, gave them their last on-screen advise. Later, they went to their commercial endorsement with Robert Quebral coaching the shoot. Afterwards the girls went to a casting for Zara clothing line and went into fitting to ready themselves for the final runway challenge.

The next day, Rina and Grendel faced off with other international models and took the lead during the technical rehearsal. Finally, Rina and Grendel walked the catwalk for the ZARA Summer Collection at NBC Tent, The Fort. The judges were there along with guests like Joey Mead, Tim Yap, and Jigs Mayuga. Grendel had a very unqiue style on the runway while maintaining grace and energy. Rina tried to lessen her fear and gave a confident walk that wowed some of the judges.

At judging, the final two faced their last individual evaluation. Rina went first. The judges comment that her runway walk was only fair in comparison to Grendel's. However, they gave her very high marks on her commercial endorsements and photos. Grendel didn't give as great performance during the shoot but was praised for her performance during the runway challenge.

With a difficult decision in their hands, the judges decided that Grendel Alvarado was to be the first winner of Philippines' Next Top Model.

  • Final Two: Grendel Alvarado and Rina Lorilla
  • Philippines' Next Top Model: Grendel Alvarado
  • Featured Photographer: Xander Angeles
  • Special Guests: P1: Mee Yang, Gregory Derham, Jean Pierre Magario, Amanda Leon, Steven Doloso
    P2: Joey Mead, Tim Yap, Rissa Mananquil & Pat Dy

Summaries[edit]

Contestants[edit]

(ages stated are at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Outcome
Sara Custodio 20 Cabuyao City, Laguna Eliminated in Episode 1
Marj Cornillez 19 Antipolo
Wen Santos 20 Antipolo, Rizal Eliminated in Episode 2
Almira Baino 21 Cainta, Rizal Eliminated in Episode 3
Raine Larrazabal 22 Quezon City, Metro Manila Eliminated in Episode 4
Gemma Gatdula 19 San Fernando, Pampanga Eliminated in Episode 5
Jayna Reyes 27 San Pablo, Laguna Eliminated in Episode 6
Sheena Sy 19 Makati, Metro Manila Eliminated in Episode 7
Bambi del Rosario 24 Quezon City, Metro Manila Eliminated in Episode 8
Joy Pagurayan 20 Tuguegarao, Cagayan Eliminated in Episode 9
Elvira Stehr 20 Cebu City, Cebu Quit in Episode 12
Jenilyn Olivar 22 Las Piñas, Metro Manila Eliminated in Episode 12
Rina Lorilla 18 Parañaque, Metro Manila Runner-up
Grendel Alvarado 23 Arayat, Pampanga Winner

Call out order[edit]

Ruffa's call-out order
Order Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13
1 Sara Jayna Sheena Joy Rina Grendel Jen Elf Jen Rina Elf Rina Grendel
2 Rina Wen Elf Bambi Joy Rina Sheena Jen Grendel Elf Jen Grendel Rina
3 Elf Elf Grendel Elf Gemma Jen Grendel Bambi Joy Grendel Grendel Jen
4 Gemma Mira Jen Sheena Elf Jayna Rina Rina Elf Jen Rina Elf
5 Mira Raine Rina Grendel Grendel Sheena Joy Grendel Rina Joy
6 Jen Gemma Joy Raine Jen Elf Elf Joy Bambi
7 Bambi Sheena Gemma Gemma Sheena Bambi Bambi Sheena
8 Grendel Jen Jayna Rina Bambi Joy Jayna
9 Marj Rina Raine Jen Jayna Gemma
10 Raine Joy Bambi Jayna Raine
11 Jayna Bambi Mira Mira
12 Wen Grendel Wen
13 Sheena Marj
14 Joy Sara
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant quit the competition.
     The contestant that was a part of non-elimination bottom two
     The contestant won the competition
  • Episode 11 is the recap episode
  • In episode 12, Elvira quit the competition.

Photo Shoot Guide[edit]

  • Episode 1 Photoshoot: Bikini in the Streets
  • Episode 2 Photoshoot: High-fashion Asian Lingerie
  • Episode 3 Photoshoot: Reptiles
  • Episode 4 Photoshoot: Murderers on the Loose
  • Episode 5 Photoshoot: Flights of Fancy
  • Episode 6 Photoshoot: Perfume Endorsements
  • Episode 7 Photoshoot: Beauty Shot with Shoe/Playing Volleyball Photoshoot
  • Episode 8 Photoshoot: Couture Portrait
  • Episode 9 Photoshoot: Showgirls in a carousel
  • Episode 10 Photoshoot: Swimwear with Jewelry/Group Photoshoot
  • Episode 12 Photoshoot: Breast cancer campaign
  • Episode 13 Photoshoots: Busy Streets Mod Photoshoot / Runway Challenge / L'Oréal Endorsement

Makeovers[edit]

  • Bambi: Straightened, with china doll bangs
  • Elf: Given layers
  • Gemma: Brown and wavy
  • Grendel: Chestnut brown, pencil-straight hairstyle
  • Jayna: Lucy Torres inspired haircut
  • Jen: Jenny Shimizu inspired hairstyle
  • Joy: Halle Berry inspired haircut
  • Mira: Vidal Sassoon inspired asymmetric cut
  • Raine: Long and curly brown hairstyle
  • Rina: Modern Twiggy inspred haircut
  • Sheena: Choppy bangs added

Top Model Philippines[edit]

In late 2012, ETC announced a second local Top Model adaptation, called Top Model Philippines. The network announced that model Sarah Meier-Albano would be the host and head judge, model-turned-photographer Sean Armenta would serve as the resident photographer and judge, Rissa Mananquil-Trillo would be the model mentor and would also sit as a judge.[1] Former America's Next Top Model producer Michael Carandang was announced as the Creative Director for photo shoots. The international destination for the first cycle was to be London.[citation needed]

On June 7, 2013, the management of Solar Entertainment Corp. announced that the production of the show was suspended until further notice citing delays and timing concerns that prompted the management to cancel all auditions.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ETC channel (28 October 2012). "ETC announces to produce a reboot of Top Model franchise, show is expected early 2013". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2013-08-22. 
  2. ^ ETC channel (7 June 2013). "Solar cancel Top Model Philippines production". Solar Entertainment. Retrieved 2013-08-22. 

External links[edit]



Coleen Garcia
Birth name Danielle Claudine Ortega Garcia
Born (1992-09-24) September 24, 1992 (age 21)
Origin Cebu City, Philippines
Occupations Model, Actress, Host
Years active 2010 -present

Danielle Claudine Ortega Garcia, or simply Coleen Garcia, is a Filipina-Spanish model and actress. She was born on September 24, 1992. She studied at Veritas Parochial School. She is currently under the management of ABS-CBN's Star Magic and Cartoon Network. She is known for her role in the teen-oriented show Good Vibes.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 She's The One Mandy

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya: School ID Bobit's Girlfriend (Matt Evans) ABS-CBN
Good Vibes Monique Angeli Castillejo
My Binondo Girl Marissa
Wansapanataym: Cocoy Shokoy Dianne
Maynila: Misa De Gallo Jean GMA Network
2012 It's Showtime Herself/Host ABS-CBN
Oka2kat Diwata Marya
2013 Little Champ Alice
Digimon Xros Wars Taiki Kudou(voice only)

Music Video[edit]

Year Main Artist Song Notes
2011 Jovit Baldivino "Carrie" Cameo
2012 Markki Stroem "Steal Your Soul" Cameo

Endorsements[edit]

TV Commercials[edit]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Year Category Work Award Result
2012 Female Newcomer of the Year Herself Yahoo! OMG! Awards Nominated
Best Reality/Game Show Host Herself 26th PMPC Star Award Won

References[edit]

DEFAULTSORT:Garcia, Coleen


Not to be confused with Derek Ramsey.
Derek Ramsay
Derek Ramsay at the KC Concepcion Live Concert Press Conference, November 2010.jpg
Ramsay at the KC Concepcion Live! Concert press conference, November 2010
Born Derek Arthur Ramsay
(1976-12-07) 7 December 1976 (age 37)
England
Other names Derek Ramsay
Occupation Actor, model, host, VJ
Years active 2005–present

Derek Arthur Ramsay is a Filipino-British model, actor, host, and former VJ in the Philippines.

He is best known for his roles in Ysabella, Habang May Buhay and Magkaribal. He also appeared in commercially successful films such as I Love You, Goodbye, The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin and No Other Woman.

In 2012, he signed and transferred to TV 5. His first show on TV 5 was The Amazing Race Philippines.

Early life[edit]

He was born in England to a British father and Filipino mother; his family emigrated to the Philippines whilst he was young. He returned to England when he was 18 studying electrical engineering in college.

Family[edit]

His British father was a detective inspector in the Metropolitan Police in London and met Derek's mother while she was working in the Cadogan Hotel in England as head of the Housekeeping Department.[citation needed] They settled in the Philippines and set up a successful security firm. His father is prominent in the British business community in Manila and was a former president of the Manila Club.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

He started his show business career as one of the hosts of the Saturday entertainment magazine talk show Entertainment Konek. A former VJ of MTV Philippines, he also hosted a celebrity dance program, U Can Dance for two seasons.

After playing the supporting characters of Kahimu in Ang Panday and Machete in Super Inggo, Ramsay got his first lead role as chef Mito Valenzuela in Ysabella. He signed a four-picture exclusive contract with Star Cinema.[1]

Ramsay idolized his mentor Paquito Caporte. He thought he had half his good looks.

In 2011, he starred in back-to-back blockbuster films, the sexy adult-drama No Other Woman and the comedy film Praybeyt Benjamin which stars comedian Vice Ganda. Ramsay is now a certified "kapatid" of TV 5.

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Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2013 Digimon Xros Wars Kiriha Aonuma(voice only) ABSCBN
2013 Undercover Roy Velasco TV5
2013 Kidlat Voltaire/Kidlat TV5
2012 The Amazing Race Philippines Host
2011 The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition Co-host/Games Master ABS-CBN
Your Song Presents: Kim Ariel
2010 Magkaribal Louie Villamor
Habang May Buhay Samuel David Corpuz/David Briones
2009 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Ang Lalaking Nagmahal Sa Akin Zephy McNally
The Wedding Warren/Philip Garcintorena
Komiks Presents: Nasaan Ka Maruja? Romualdo Santiago/Ross Lozano
Your Song Presents: Feb-ibig Raphael
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Boarding House Richard
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Isda Buboy
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Mansyon Chris
1 vs. 100 Studio player/himself
2007 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik Joaquin de Los Santos
U Can Dance Ver. 2 Co-host
2007–2008 Ysabella Chef Mito Valenzuela
2007 Your Song Presents: Upside Down Robert
2006 U Can Dance Co-host
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Love Letters Arnel
2006–2007 Super Inggo Machete
2005–2006 Ang Panday Kahimu
2005 Entertainment Konek Co-host
MTV Philippines VJ MTV

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Film Company
2013 Corazon Ang Unang Asawang" Daniel Aswang Star Cinema & Skylight Films
2012 A Secret Affair Anton Lead
Viva Films
2012 Boy Pick-Up: The Movie Bus Conductor Cameo Regal Entertainment & GMA Films
2012 Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang Daniel with Erich Gonzales Star Cinema & Skylight Films
2011 The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin Brandon Estolas Lead
Star Cinema & Viva Films
No Other Woman Ram Escaler Lead
2009 I Love You, Goodbye Gary Angeles Lead
Star Cinema
And I Love You So Oliver Cruz Lead
Tenement 2 Jeremy Supporting
2007 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Ronnie Supporting
2006 One More Chance Mark Supporting
Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Ronnie Supporting
2005 Matakot Ka Sa Karma Jaime Supporting Canary Films

Recognition[edit]

Awarding Year Project Category/Result Organization
2010 I Love You, Goodbye Best Supporting Actor Nominee[2] Gawad PASADO

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Derek Ramsay at the Internet Movie Database


Angel Locsin
Angel Locsin at the premiere of Love Me Again in LA, December 2008.jpg
Locsin at the Los Angeles premiere of Love Me Again in December 2008
Born Angelica Locsin Colmenares
(1985-04-23) April 23, 1985 (age 29)
Bulacan, Philippines
Occupation Actress, Model, Producer, Fashion Designer
Years active 2002-present
Website
http://www.angellocsin.com.ph

Angel Locsin (born Angelica Colmenares;[1] April 23, 1985) is a Filipina television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer.[2] She came to prominence for her television roles as Alwina in the 2004 fantasy-themed television series Mulawin and as the superheroine Darna in the TV adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comics. Locsin was a contract artist of GMA Network up to early 2007 until she transferred to its rival network, ABS-CBN.[1] She then starred as Lyka in the television series Lobo, which earned her an International Emmy Award nomination for best performance. She later on starred in blockbuster films In The Name Of Love and One More Try for which she garnered critical acclaim for both performances. The two films earned Locsin the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year and the Box-Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year, winning both awards two consecutive years. In 2013, she won the FAMAS Award and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for best actress for her performance in One More Try.[3]

Early life and education[edit]

Locsin was born on April 23, 1985 in Santa Maria, Bulacan. When she was only 14 years old, she got separated from her mother and since then have lived with his father, Angelo Colmenares.[citation needed] She studied at St. James College in Quezon City for her primary education and finished high school at the University of Santo Tomas High School in Manila. In August 2007, she attended a short-course for fashion design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Despite being of Christian faith, she is a part of a Muslim Royal Family in Marawi City in the province of Lanao del Sur through her mother. Reports said that Locsin's maternal grandfather is one of the 15 sultanates in Lanao del Sur.

Career[edit]

Early work (2001-2004)[edit]

Locsin was discovered at a shopping center by a talent scout.[1] She then auditioned for several commercials and was supposed to be a part of ABS-CBN's Star Circle Batch 9, but failed to sign a contract because her father opposed the idea.[citation needed] Later, she became a contract star of GMA Artist Center, first appearing on the second season of the teen-oriented series, Click and was also included in the cast of Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw.

Breakthrough and GMA Network (2004-2007)[edit]

In August 2004, Locsin starred in the fantasy-themed TV series Mulawin, alongside Richard Gutierrez, wherein she portrayed, "Alwina", one of the two main protagonists.[1] The show was a huge success and received high ratings until its finale on March 2005.[1][4]

Following the success of Mulawin, Locsin was cast in the title role as Darna in the 2005 fantasy-themed TV series of the same name. The show was also highly regarded by the public, gaining immensely high ratings and surpassing the records set by her previous TV show. Darna's pilot week average is 50.08% and its highest rating was 52.1% while the lowest was 33.3%.

Locsin starred in another fantasy-themed TV series, Majika, together with Dennis Trillo, which was aired from March to September 2006. She played the role of Sabina, a seemingly ordinary girl who lived in the world of mortals but is unknowingly the one destined to become the most powerful female magician. Afterwards, she was cast in Asian Treasures, opposite Robin Padilla. It was the first Philippine TV series that was shot in multiple countries such as Mongolia, Thailand and China. The show was aired from January to June 2007. Both shows were also well received.[1]

ABS-CBN (2007-present)[edit]

Locsin at the Manila International Airport in 2007.

In August 2007, Locsin signed a two-year exclusive contract with ABS-CBN.[5] Her first acting appearance with the network was via Maalaala Mo Kaya in the episode "Pilat". Her performance gained her the Star Award for TV for Best Single Performance by an Actress. By January 2008, she launched her first drama series with the network entitled Lobo, together with Piolo Pascual in the lead role. She earned an International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress nomination for her performance in the series.

In 2009, Locsin starred in the top-rated TV series, Only You, a Philippine remake of the Korean drama of the same title aired by SBS Korea in 2005. She starred alongside Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo. The show was directed by Rory Quintos.

Later in 2010, she starred in the TV series Imortal, the sequel to her earlier work, Lobo, together with John Lloyd Cruz. It was directed by Chito Roño.

In 2011, she became a guest star in the comedy sitcom, Toda Max. However, her guesting eventually turned into a regular stint.[6]

Films[edit]

Locsin's first film appearance was in 2000 via Ping Lacson Supercop, wherein she played the role of a young Robina Gokongwei. She later on made a cameo appearance in Mano Po 2 in 2003 and starred in the teen-oriented movie Kuya in 2004 as well as in the comedy film Singles. Also, she starred in the drama film Mano Po III: My Love and in the horror film Sigaw which were both entries to the 2004 Metro Manila Film Festival.

In 2005, Locsin with Richard Gutierrez starred in the romantic film Let the Love Begin, released under GMA Films. She and Gutierrez also reprised their roles as Alwina and Aguiluz in the movie adaptation of the TV series Mulawin, which was an entry to the 2005 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Early in 2006, Locsin starred in the romantic movie I Will Always Love You. She also starred in the horror film TxT and in the romantic drama-comedy film Mano Po 5. The latter was an entry to the 2006 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Locsin reunited with Gutierrez in the romantic drama film The Promise in 2007 where their roles were considered more mature than the previous films they both starred in. She had also produced her own film entitled Angels, which was shown in theaters on April 2007.

In 2009, she starred in the movie Love Me Again together with Piolo Pascual in the lead titles and made a cameo in the romantic comedy film, My Amnesia Girl in 2010.

Locsin gained critical acclaim in her 2011 drama film with Aga Muhlach, In the Name of Love. Her performance garnered her several accolades including the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year, the Gawad PASADO Award for Pinakapasadong Aktres, and a nomination for best actress at the FAMAS Awards.

She reunited with John Lloyd Cruz in the romantic comedy film Unofficially Yours in 2012 and then starred, together with Dingdong Dantes and Angelica Panganiban in the drama film One More Try, Star Cinema's entry to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival. Locsin's performance in the latter was highly praised by film critics and media personalities and earned her the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year for the second year in a row, the FAMAS Award for Best Actress and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for Best Actress.

Personal life[edit]

On April 23, 2007, Locsin celebrated her birthday with GABRIELA Foundation, an NGO that supports women and children. On April 20, 2008, Locsin organized a gift-giving to the less fortunate children in Payatas, Quezon City and gave poor children food, clothing and other basic needs. It was her birthday gift supported by her sponsors.

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Click Charley
Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Mariella
2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin Mariella
Twin Hearts Sweetheart
Love To Love Chara/Charina Episode: "Kissing Beauty"
2004 All Together Now Tetet
SOP Herself/Host
Magpakailanman Jhunnalyn dela Peña Episode: "Sa Kabila ng Kanyang Pamamaalam"
Mulawin Alwina
2005 Initial D Fourth Stage Kyoko Iwase Voice only
Darna Darna / Narda
2006 Majika Sabina
Tokyuu Shirei Solbrain Reiko Higuchi Voice only
2007 Asian Treasures Gabriella Agoncillo Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Drama Actress
2007–present ASAP Herself/Performer/Host
2007 Maalaala Mo Kaya Melody Episode: "Pilat"
Star Award for TV for Best Single Performance by an Actress
2009 Nemie Episode: "Blusa"
Philippine Psychiatric Association SiSA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Performance
2010 Jenna Episode: "Litrato"
Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Single Performance by an Actress
2013 Mildred Episode: "Mask"
2008 Lobo Lyka Raymundo-Ortega Asian Star Entertainment Global Excellence Award for Most Outstanding Actress
Nominated—International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress[7]
Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Drama Actress
2009 Only You Jillian Mendoza Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Drama Actress
2010 Imortal Lia Ortega-Rodriguez Nominated—Golden Screen Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Drama Actress
2011–present Toda Max Isabel Padausdos Nominated—Golden Screen Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Gag or Comedy Program
Nominated—Star Award for TV for Best Comedy Actress
2012 Wansapanataym Abby Episode: "Ang Kulay ng Pasko"
2013 It's Showtime Herself
Digimon Xros Wars Akari Hinomoto Voice only
Film
Year Film Role Notes
2000 Ping Lacson: Supercop Young Robina Gokongwei Credited as Angelica Culmonares
2003 Mano Po 2 Melissa
2004 Kuya Barbs
Singles Sam
Sigaw Pinky
Mano Po III: My Love Eliza
2005 Let the Love Begin Patricia
Mulawin: The Movie Alwina
2006 I Will Always Love You Cecille
TxT Joyce
Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di Charity
2007 The Promise Andrea de Vera
Angels[8] Angie Also producer
Segment: "Angel of Mine"
2009 Love Me Again Arah
2010 My Amnesia Girl MMA Fighter Cameo
2011 In The Name Of Love Mercedes "Cedes" Fernandez Gawad PASADO Award for Pinakapasadong Aktres
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year[9]
Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year
Nominated—FAMAS Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Golden Screen Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Drama)
2012 Unofficially Yours Princess Bricenio Yahoo! OMG Award for Actress of the Year[10]
One More Try Grace FAMAS Award for Best Actress[11]
Film Academy of the Philippines Award for Best Actress[12][13]
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year (shared with Angelica Panganiban)[14]
Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year[15]
Yahoo! OMG Award for Actress of the Year
Nominated—Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actress
2013 Four Sisters and a Wedding Alex Salazar Scheduled for release: June 26, 2013

Awards and nominations[edit]

Television Awards
Award Year Category TV Show Result
Asian Star Entertainment Global Excellence Awards 2008 Most Outstanding Actress Lobo Won
Golden Screen Awards 2011 Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series Imortal Nominated
2013 Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Gag or Comedy Program Toda Max Nominated
International Emmy Awards 2009 Best Performance by an Actress Lobo Nominated
Philippine Psychiatric Association (SiSA Awards) 2010 Outstanding Actress in a Drama Performance Maalaala Mo Kaya (for Episode: "Blusa") Won
PMPC Star Awards for TV 2007 Best Drama Actress Asian Treasures Nominated
2008 Best Single Performance by an Actress Maalaala Mo Kaya (for Episode: "Pilat") Won
Best Drama Actress Lobo Nominated
2009 Best Drama Actress Only You Nominated
2010 Best Single Performance by an Actress Maalaala Mo Kaya (for Episode: "Litrato") Nominated
2011 Best Drama Actress Imortal Nominated
2013 Best Comedy Actress Toda Max Nominated
Film Awards
Award Year Category Film Result
Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2012 Film Actress of the Year In the Name of Love Won
2013 One More Try Won
FAMAS Awards 2012 Best Actress In the Name of Love Nominated
2013 One More Try Won
Film Academy of the Philippines Awards 2013 Best Actress One More Try Won
Gawad PASADO Awards 2012 Pinakapasadong Aktres In the Name of Love Won
Golden Screen Awards 2012 Best Actress in a Leading Role (Drama) In the Name of Love Nominated
Metro Manila Film Festival Awards 2012 Best Actress One More Try Nominated
PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2012 Movie Actress of the Year In the Name of Love Won
2013 One More Try Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards 2012 Actress of the Year Unofficially Yours Won
2013 One More Try Won

Other Ventures[edit]

Music Videos
Year Title Artist
2010 Beautiful Girl Christian Bautista
Magkaibang Mundo Hale (band)
Pakiusap Lang (Lasingin N'yo Ako) Parokya ni Edgar

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Godinez, Bong (July 11, 2008). "Angel Locsin's controversial network shift". PEP.Ph. 
  2. ^ Lim, Candice. "Angel Locsin to study fashion design in London". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 14 April 2013. 
  3. ^ Serato, Arniel. "Angel Locsin and ER Ejercito win top acting honors at 61st FAMAS Awards". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 22 April 2013. 
  4. ^ Pumaloy, Rey. "'Mulawin' umaariba pa rin sa ratings". Cerphin.net. Retrieved 1 May 2013. 
  5. ^ Ancheta, Michael. "Angel Locsin to sign contract with ABS-CBN on August 10". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 1 May 2013. 
  6. ^ Siazon, Rachelle (12/09/2011). "Angel Locsin talks about working with Vhong Navarro and Robin Padilla in ‘Toda Max’". PUSH.com.ph. Retrieved September 2, 2013. 
  7. ^ Santiago, Erwin. "Angel Locsin and two Filipino telenovelas nominated in the 37th International Emmys". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
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  9. ^ Remate Online. "Mga wagi sa Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Entertainment Awards". Remate. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  10. ^ Rañoa-Bismark, Maridol. "Winners of Yahoo! OMG! awards 2012 revealed". Yahoo! Southeast Asia Newsroom. Retrieved 11 April 2013. 
  11. ^ Umbao, Ed. "FAMAS Awards 2013 Complete List of Winners". Philippine News. Retrieved 22 April 2013. 
  12. ^ FAPweb. "Nominees for the 31st Luna Awards Announced". Retrieved 10 May 2013. 
  13. ^ Buan-Deveza, Reyma. "John Lloyd, Angel Locsin win in 31st Film Academy of PH". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 3 June 2013. 
  14. ^ Calderon, Nora. "Vice Ganda, Kris Aquino, and Ai-Ai delas Alas named Phenomenal Box-Office Stars at 44th Box-Office Entertainment Awards". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  15. ^ Santiago, Erwin. "Angel Locsin and ER Ejercito repeat wins at Star Awards for Movies". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 31 March 2013. 

External links[edit]

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Neneamano97
Birth name Juan Miguel de Guzman
Born (1988-09-09) September 9, 1988 (age 25)
Genres Pop
Occupations Actor, Singer
Years active 2008–present
Labels Ivory Records
Associated acts Bryan Termulo, Alex Castro, Markki Stroem

Juan Miguel de Guzman (born September 9, 1988), popularly known by his screen name JM De Guzman, is a Filipino actor.

Life and career[edit]

JM de Guzman started his career as a print and TVC model. He was a cast in Ang TV 2 (as JM "Butik" De Guzman), where his batch mates include Sarah Geronimo, Shaina Magdayao and Denise Laurel. During his elementary and high school years, he studied at Lourdes School Quezon City.

In 2005, he was accepted at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, where took up Certificate in Theater Arts, majoring in Performance Studies. He apprenticed as an actor and production staff under the university's college-based theater group, Dulaang UP.

In 2006, he joined the UP Wrestling Club and eventually became its president and decorated athlete. He won medals in various competitions sanctioned by the Wrestling Association of the Philippines, wherein he represented the UP Wrestling Club or the Quezon City Wrestling Team. In 2007, he won a silver medal for Quezon City during the Philippine Olympic FestivalNational Capital Region qualifying round.

He also competed in amateur mixed martial arts (MMA) as representative of S.P.R.A.W.L. - MMA Team. He logged not an 1-1 fight record: he lost his match in the 2007 URCC University and won in the 2009 S.P.R.A.W.L and BRAWL amateur MMA event.

He was also elected as the Deputy Grand Triskelion of the Tau Gamma Phi fraternity, UP Diliman chapter.

De Guzman auditioned and was later cast in the 2009 Cinemalaya film Last Supper Number 3. The independent film was where Direk Lauren Dyogi, business unit head of ABS-CBN, found him and asked to audition for Midnight Phantom. He passed the audition and starred as the best friend of Rafael Rosell who plays the title role.

He was cast in the new PHR series, Alyna and paired with his Midnight Phantom co-actor, Charee Pineda who has been claimed having chemistry by the fans.

His biggest break so far is playing the lead role as Gabriel Maglayon, originally played by actor Rico Yan, in ABS-CBN's 2011 remake of Mula Sa Puso.[1] Upon getting the role, De Guzman has proven that he is one of the most-promising young actors these days, as he also present a very good chemistry with the cast, especially with Lauren Young, who plays Via Pereira, his character's love interest in the series.

Now a contract artist of Star Magic, he plays the lead role of "Angelito" in Angelito: Batang Ama paired with Charee Pineda which started airing from November 2011.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2013 Digimon Xros Wars Zenjirou Tsurugi(voice only) ABS-CBN
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kurtina Acmad ABS-CBN
Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto Angelito Santos ABS-CBN
Sarah G. Live Himself (Guest Co-Host) ABS-CBN
2011–2012 Angelito: Batang Ama Angelito Santos ABS-CBN
2011 I Dare You Himself (as Kapamilya Challenger) ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: The Marcelito Pomoy Story "Balot" Marcelito Pomoy ABS-CBN
Mula Sa Puso Gabriel Maglayon ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Pasaporte Jay[2] ABS-CBN
2011–present ASAP 18 Himself (Boys R Boys) ABS-CBN
2010 Banana Split Himself ABS-CBN
2010 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Alyna Yael ABS-CBN
Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Kristine Nathaniel Cervantes ABS-CBN
Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Midnight Phantom Mike Castillo ABS-CBN
Precious Hearts Romances Presents: The Substitute Bride Jimmy ABS-CBN
2008 Pelikuletran: New Arrival (Letran Short Film Festival) Miko
2003 Magpakailanman: Ricky Reyes Story Totoy Reyes GMA Network
2000–2001 Ang TV 2 JM "Butik" De Guzman ABS-CBN

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Movie Producer
2012 The Strangers Crispin Quantum Films
2012 Pridyider James Regal Films
2012 Intoy Siyokoy ng Kalye Marino Intoy Cinemalaya
2012 My Cactus Heart Val Skylight Films
2011 Ang Babae sa Septic Tank Bingbong Cinemalaya
2011 Pintakasi Creative Media & Film Society of the Philippines
2010 My Amnesia Girl Eric Star Cinema
2010 Rekrut Lando dela Cruz Cinemalaya
2010 Pendong Juan Oxin Media Productions
2010 Miss You Like Crazy JM Recto Star Cinema
2009 Last Supper No. 3 Andoy Pamatid Cinemalaya

Discography[edit]

Studio Album[edit]

Artist Album Tracks Year Records
JM De Guzman Tensionado Akin Ka Na Lang

Don't Give Up On Us
Have I Told You Lately
Lost In Space
Stupidest
Tensionado
Terrified
Warrior

2013 Ivory Records
JM De Guzman JM De Guzman Carried Away
Pagdating Ng Panahon
Out Of My League
Bizarre Love Triangle
Collide
Kiss Me
True
Yakap Sa Dilim
Give You The World
Sa May Bintana
Nothing Compares 2 U
Carried Away (Acoustic Version)
2011 Ivory Records

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Arci Muñoz
Born Ramona Cecilia Datuin Muñoz
(1989-01-12) January 12, 1989 (age 25)
Quezon City, Philippines
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 2005–present

Arci Muñoz is an actress and host. Arci is the vocalist of the rock band Philia (her band).

Muñoz was a former contract artist of GMA Network but is now being managed by Annabelle Rama.[1]

Career[edit]

In mid-2010 she was signed a 2 years exclusive contract on TV5. Muñoz is still considering joining a beauty contest, Binibining Pilipinas or Miss Philippines Earth.[1]

Personal life[edit]

She’s 22, in her 1st year at University of the Philippines, taking up Fine Arts when she dropped out.[1] She is the ex-girlfriend of Kean Cipriano of Callalily.[2] Muñoz is currently in a long term relationship with Kelvin Yu, bassist of Itchyworms.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Network
2005 StarStruck: The Nationwide Invasion Herself
GMA Network
2006 Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat Chantal
Bakekang Nicole
2007 Princess Charming Pamela
Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso Claire
Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan Amasonang Puti/Stacy
2008 Maging Akin Ka Lamang Olive Paruel
Ako si Kim Samsoon Lourdes
Maynila Various
Saan Darating Ang Umaga Bianca
2009 Ganti ng Puso Annie
Maynila: Death, Be Not Proud Ruby
Ngayon at Kailanman Donna Benitez
StarStruck V Co-host
2010 Diva Natalie
Langit sa Piling Mo Melanie Tecson
Untold Stories Mula sa Face To Face Jennica
TV5
My Driver Sweet Lover Monique Barrinuevo
Midnight DJ Rosa
2011 Midnight DJ Eden
Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak Dahlia Flores
Ang Utol Kong Hoodlum Vanessa
2011–present Lokomoko Herself
2012 Felina: Prinsesa ng mga Pusa Felina
Pidol's Wonderland Various
The Jose and Wally Show Starring Vic Sotto Alexandra Vergara
Wil Time Bigtime Celebrity contestant
2013 Wowowillie Herself/co-host
Undercover Julia Velasco
Digimon Xros Wars Nene Amano(voice only)
ABSCBN

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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