Nadine Lustre

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Nadine Lustre
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Lustre in Winnipeg, 2016
Born
Nadine Alexis Paguia Lustre

(1993-10-31) October 31, 1993 (age 27)
Quezon City, Philippines
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • model
  • endorser
  • host
  • dancer
Years active2005–present
AgentViva Artists Agency
(2009–2019)
ABS-CBN
(2014–present)
Known forPop Girls
Diary ng Panget
Talk Back and You're Dead
TelevisionYour Moment
Partner(s)James Reid (2016–present)
Musical career
Genres
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2009–present
Labels
Associated acts

Nadine Alexis Paguia Lustre (Tagalog pronunciation: [naˈdin ˈlustrɛ] English: /lstrə/ LOOS-trə; born October 31, 1993) is a Filipina actress, singer, and music video director. She is a former member of the all-female group Pop Girls. She appeared as Georgina Evangelista in Bagets: Just Got Lucky, the 2011–12 television remake of the 1984 film.[2] She rose to fame after playing the lead role of Eya Rodriguez in the film adaptation of the popular wattpad novel Diary ng Panget (2014).[3]

She is also known for her role as Leah Olivar in the popular television series On the Wings of Love (2015). Her other television appearances include another lead role in the romantic comedy Till I Met You (2016) and as a host of the noontime show It's Showtime.

In 2018, her performance as Joanne Candelaria in the romantic drama film Never Not Love You received critical acclaim and garnered her several awards such as the Young Critics Circle Best Performer award, the FAMAS Award for Best Actress, and the Gawad Urian for Best Actress.

Personal life[edit]

Lustre was born on October 31, 1993 in Quezon City, Philippines.[citation needed] She is the eldest of four children to Myraquel Paguia-Lustre and Ulysses Lustre, a mechanical engineer.[4][5]

She attended Diliman Preparatory School and took Communication Arts Major in Films at Colegio de San Lorenzo in Congressional Avenue, Quezon City.[2][6]

Career[edit]

Lustre, at the age of 12, started as a TV host in RPN's (then a government-sequestered network, now privatized by the late Antonio Cabangon Chua as CNN Philippines) children oriented show entitled Storyland. She was also featured a child host to Disney Channel Asia. After signing with Viva Entertainment, she became one of the members of the cast in TV5's youth-oriented program Bagets and appeared in several GMA Network shows, including performances in SOP Rules. Lustre also appeared in the film Petrang Kabayo with Vice Ganda and starred in P. S. I Love You,[7] drama series in TV5.

Music[edit]

2009–2013: Pop Girls[edit]

Lustre was one of the original members of girl group, Pop Girls which was launched by Viva Entertainment in 2009. Also in the group with Lustre are twins Lailah and Mariam Bustria, Diana Pama Aller, Rose Ginkel, and Shy Carlos. She eventually left the group to start a solo music career.

2014–2016: Solo career with Viva and collaborations with James Reid[edit]

In 2014, Lustre released her self-titled EP under Viva Records. It had hit singles such as Para-paraan, Paligoy-ligoy, No Erase, Bahala Na, and Hanap-hanap; the last three songs mentioned she collaborated with James Reid, who later on became Lustre's onscreen and real life partner couple.

In 2015, her song "Me and You", from her self-titled album, was given the Titanium Award by Australian digital radio station SBS PopAsia.[8] Lustre is among other artists like K-pop groups Super Junior, U-KISS and EXO who had songs that achieved Titanium status.[9]

Lustre and Callalily vocalist Kean Cipriano interpreted the song written by Mark Villar (not the Las Piñas Congressman) entitled "Sa Ibang Mundo" for the 2015 PhilPop songwriting competition. They earned the People's Choice award and the song was the second runner-up during the 2015 PhilPop's finals night held on July 25, 2015 at the Meralco Theater.[10]

Also in 2015, Lustre collaborated with Yassi Pressman's song, Hush, where Lustre showed off her rap skills. Lustre and Reid also released their own version of the song "On The Wings of Love" for their teleserye with the same name.

In the 2016 Philippines Myx Music Awards, Lustre won Favorite Song and Favorite Music Video for her song "Me and You". She also won Favorite Artist and Favorite Female Artist. Lustre also bagged the Favorite Collaboration award for her song "Hanap-Hanap" with Reid.[11]

Lustre and Reid in 2016 also released their own version of the song "This Time" under Viva which was used for their movie with the same name.

2017–present: Solo career with Careless[edit]

In 2017, Lustre started collaborating with James Reid's newly founded record label, Careless Music Manila. She was featured in the song IL2LU, which was included in Reid's LP, Palm Dreams. In the same year, Lustre also collaborated with Bret Jackson in a song called "Nowhere I Wouldn't Go", which was included in the latter's album, Island City Poems.[12]

In January 2018, Lustre released her first single under Careless Music Manila. The song is called "St4y Up". Lustre worked with Reid and music producer CRWN for the song's production. In the same month, she released a music video directed by Petersen Vargas for the single.[13]

In March 2018, Lustre and Reid released a cover of Sugarfree's "Prom" under Viva Records, as part of the official soundtrack of their romance movie Never Not Love You.[14]

In October 2018, Lustre was featured in three tracks from the Careless Mixtape, which consists of songs from various artists of the record label. The tracks were I Like It, a song she penned herself; Summer, which was a duet with Reid; and Nobody, which also featured Sofia Romualdez.[15]

In August 2019, Lustre once again recorded songs under Viva Records for the soundtrack of her dance musical film, Indak. She was featured in the track Sumayaw sa Indak and in the cover of Thyro and Yumi's hit song Triangulo. She also had a duet called Swerte Sa Palad Mo with her co-star Sam Concepcion.[16]

In November 2019, Careless released another collaborative mixtape called The Island City Playlist.[17] Lustre was featured in the track Headspace along with Curtismith, Massiah, and Billy Davis. She also collaborated in a track called No 32 with rapper Ruby Ibarra. In December 2020, Lustre officially signed a recording contract with Careless Music.[18]

In October 2020, Lustre announced her first full-length album under Careless Music, entitled Wildest Dreams.[19] The visual album, the first of its kind in the Philippines, garnered 1 million views in 2 days.[20]

Acting[edit]

Film[edit]

2011–2014: Career beginnings and breakthrough[edit]

Lustre started her career in film by playing bit roles in several projects produced by Viva such as Petrang Kabayo, Who's That Girl?, and When the Love is Gone. Her breakthrough role came in 2014 when she took on the role of Reah "Eya" Rodriguez in the teen romantic comedy Diary ng Panget, a Viva-produced movie based on the novel of the same name written by HaveYouSeenThisGirL. The author was very particular about who played her characters and handpicked Lustre for the role of Eya.[21] Lustre starred together with Reid, Pressman and Andre Paras.[22][23] The film was released on April 2, 2014, and earned at least 120 million pesos during its four-week run.[24][25][26][27][28][29] The film received negative reviews, but the young cast was praised for their performances. Zig Marasigan of Rappler wrote, "Despite this criticism, Diary ng Panget succeeds in bringing together a particularly charming cast with relative newcomer Nadine Lustre leading the charge."[30]

2015–2016: Love team with James Reid[edit]

With the success of Diary ng Panget and her tandem with Reid, the pair moved on to star in the film adaptation of another Wattpad novel, Talk Back and You're Dead, which was written by Alesana Marie.[31] The film also featured Joseph Marco and Pressman. It was released on August 20, 2014 in theaters nationwide. Lustre played the role of Miracle Samantha Perez, a rich girl who fell in love with a teenage gang leader who was also her childhood sweetheart.

In 2015, Lustre starred in her third film opposite of Reid[32], Para sa Hopeless Romantic, which is a film adaptation of the novel with the same name written by Marcelo Santos III. Lustre played the role of Rebecca del Mundo, a college student who writes love stories with bitter endings as a way of expressing her heartbreak. The movie received negative reviews. However, Oggs Cruz of Rappler wrote of Lustre's performance, "Lustre makes her character's seemingly unimportant struggle moving."

She also had a special role in Adolf Alix Jr.'s horror film Chain Mail as Anne Nuñez, which premiered on August 22, 2015. In December 2015, Lustre alongside Reid starred in an action comedy drama movie with Vice Ganda and Coco Martin in Beauty and the Bestie for the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival directed by Wenn V. Deramas. As of January 25, 2016, the movie earned 526 million pesos in local and domestic screenings making it the highest-grossing Filipino film at that time.[33] The movie received lukewarm reviews from critics. Philbert Dy of Click The City, however, praised the cast for being "so game" and "unafraid to look goofy". He remarks that Lustre is "pretty funny."[34]

Lustre and Reid starred on their fourth movie called This Time in May 2016 which earned 15 million pesos on its opening day.[35] The movie was directed by Nuel Naval and was loosely based on the Wattpad novel That One Summer by Aly Almario.

2018–present: Critical acclaim and subsequent projects[edit]

In 2018, Lustre and Reid made a comeback to the big screen with Never Not Love You, which was directed by Antoinette Jadaone. Lustre's performance in the film earned her major awards from three of the most prestigious award-giving bodies in the Philippines, namely, the Young Critics' Circle, Gawad Urian, and FAMAS. Wanngo Gallaga of Click The City called Lustre a "powerhouse" and the "real star" of the film while praising her performance by saying that "There is a whole world of emotions within her that she carries with every movement".[36] The Philippine Daily Inquirer's Cake Evangelista praised Lustre for being someone who "evokes a wealth of meaning and emotion"[37]

In 2019, she starred in Irene Villamor's Ulan, her first major film project without Reid. She played the role of romance novel editor turned children's book writer Maya Landicho in the film, which uses elements of magic realism. Praising Lustre's performance in the film, Tito Valiente of Business Mirror wrote, "It has been such a long time when the camera of a local film has ever been in love with an actress. Nadine Lustre, with the face that can act, deserves that love."[38] The film, which was co-produced by HOOQ, got recognized by the Asian Academy Creative Awards. It won several awards in the regional category of the awards procedure, including one for Best Actress. Lustre competed with other regional winners for the Grand Prize, but lost to India's Shefali Shah.[39]

Lustre also starred in the dance musical film Paul Basinilio's Indak opposite Sam Concepcion. She played the role of Jen, an island girl who joined a dance group after a video of her dancing went viral on social media. Lustre and Concepcion, along with other dancers in the film, went through weeks of dance training before filming began.[40]

Television[edit]

On August 26, 2014, Lustre and Reid signed a two-year exclusive contract with ABS-CBN at an event attended by some of the prominent figures of the station.[41] The contract signed Lustre and Reid as ABS-CBN's new loveteam. Any music, films or television shows headlined by them will be released under ABS-CBN and Viva.

Their television project with ABS-CBN was Wansapanataym's month-long special entitled My App Boyfie in October 2014,[42] where Lustre portrayed the lead female role Anika Andres.

Lustre and Reid moved on to their MMK debut for its Valentine's Day episode,[43] titled Signs of Love, where the actress played the role of Carmina Joven.

On VIVA Channel, Lustre and Reid starred in their own show called #JaDine where every project given to them from endorsement, commercial, TV, and film shoots are documented and shown every 7 p.m. (PHT) on Wednesdays.

Lustre's breakthrough and most prominent role to date is Leah Olivar on the romantic comedy series On The Wings Of Love, which she starred alongside Reid as her leading man.[44] The teleserye was originally supposed to run for 10 weeks but was extended for another three months. The show ended on February 26, 2016, with a live finale viewing in Ynares Sports Complex, Antipolo City.[45] The teleserye made Nadine Lustre and her partner James Reid household names in Philippine showbusiness.

A 4-episode TV special dubbed "JaDine Flying High on Love" also aired in ABS-CBN showing the travels of Lustre and Reid in Doha, Dubai, Paris, London, Milan, Rome, Verona, and Vatican City.

In 2016, Lustre and Reid starred on their 2nd teleserye, on the ABS-CBN Primetime Bida series entitled Till I Met You.

Concerts[edit]

On February 20, 2016, Lustre and Reid had their first major concert titled "JaDine in Love" at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Within seven hours after the concert announcement, there was already a total of ₱9 million in ticket revenues. It was announced during the presscon that tickets for general admission is sold out, and SRO (Standing Room Only) tickets were made available for purchase by producers due to high demand.[46]

JaDine in Love was produced by Viva Concerts and ABS-CBN's entertainment unit Dreamscape. Performing in front of a sold-out crowd, the two were joined by guest performers Pressman, Myrtle Sarrosa, Elmo Magalona, Vice Ganda, Erik Santos, and Kyla. Other notable guests were their co-actors in On The Wings Of Love.[47] Due to the clamor of their fans overseas, Lustre and Reid held a "Jadine in Love World Tour" last March 2016. They brought their modified Araneta Concert in Doha, Dubai, London, and Milan with new special guests such as Yeng Constantino, Jay R, and Tart Carlos.[48] On May 12, 2016, Lustre and Reid flew to North America to start their second world tour called "JaDine High on Love" in the United States and Canada.

On February 9, 2018, Lustre and Reid had their second major concert entitled "Revolution: a JaDine Concert at Araneta Coliseum".

Directing[edit]

In 2017, Lustre co-directed the music video of Reid's "The Life" with film director Petersen Vargas. The music video was released in December 2017.[49] It won the Music Video of the Year award at the 2017 Myx Music Awards.[50] Lustre's follow up project as a music video director came in January 2019 for her duet with Reid entitled "Summer". She shares directing credit for the video with Chino Villagracia of The Visual Club.[51]

Other ventures[edit]

Lustrous[edit]

In April 2018, Lustre launched her first ever make-up collection called Lustrous in collaboration with the international Australian brand, BYS. Lustre is the first ever Filipina celebrity to collaborate with the international brand. In a private launch held on March 23, she mentioned that she shares the same advocacy with BYS which stands for "be your self" and said that "It's nice to be able to work with a brand who inspires all the girls to be themselves." The event was hosted in Flossom Kitchen and Cafe by one of her closest friends Kiana Valenciano, daughter of singer-songwriter, musician and actor Gary Valenciano.

The make-up line consists of a contour & highlight kit, lip & cheek tints in the shade Raw and Vermillion, eye shadow palettes in the shades Luna and Calypso, eyeliners in the shades Turquoise, Moonstone and Sapphire, mascaras in the shades Void and Lazuli and an eyebrow pencil & eyebrow gel in the shade Natural Brown. Each item is contained in a gold packaging and comes with different glittery, red and brownish shades. The make-up line also offers a gift box that contains one shade of each item and is placed in a pink box with a tropical design. Lustrous is available in selected SM Beauty and Watsons stores nationwide. Customers can also pre-order through their Instagram page lustrousph.

Luster[edit]

In December 2018, Lustre released her signature fragrance called Luster.[52] The fragrance was first teased by Lustre in 2017 when she posted several boudoir-themed photos from the campaign. She revealed the project on Valentine's night.[53] In an interview with Preview, Lustre revealed details about how she personally and independently produced and conceptualized the product.[54] The idea came from her mother who knew a chemist who makes perfumes.[54] She then started conceptualizing the campaign, which was inspired by "boudoir photos, 18th-century fashion photos, and vintage Vogue"[54] She revealed that she chose such themes because she wanted to show everyone that she is "slowly changing and growing into a woman."[54] The perfume bottle was made to look like a "love potion or an 18th century perfume bottle"[54] For the campaign, Lustre worked with photographer BJ Pascual. The packaging was designed by artist Soleil Ignacio.[54] When asked about what it means to her to have her own brand of perfume, Lustre said, ""What does it mean for me? For me, this perfume, Luster, showcases my creativity as a person. It showcases my character because it's the scent that I like. I'm selling you myself. I'm selling you a piece of me. This is as personal as it gets. This is me showing everyone na ito ako. This is what I can do. This is the real me. When you buy the perfume, it's like literally taking me with you wherever you are."[54]

After some delay, Luster was officially launched on December 22, 2018.[55] The fragrance was described as having a "signature powdery fragrance with a luscious vanilla scent".[56] Lustre released brand new promotional photos, which were "Thumbelina-inspired" and featured life-sized peonies. For this campaign, Lustre collaborated with photographer Xander Angeles and her make up artist, Jelly Eugenio.[56]

In February 2019, Lustre held an official launch event for the fragrance line in the form of a pop up store. The event was held at Vetro, an art gallery in Quezon City.[57]

Swimsuit line with H&M[edit]

In February 2019, Lustre became the first Filipino ambassador of fast fashion giant H&M.[58] On March 14 of the same year, her swimwear line collaboration with the brand, which was called Selected by Nadine, was released.[59] A second wave of Lustre's special swimwear line was released the following month.[60]

In June 2020, Lustre appeared alongside actress Maja Salvador for another campaign for H&M's swimwear line. The collection was called Selected by Nadine and Maja.[61] The collection was supposed to be launched in March, but was pushed back because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Advocacy and issues[edit]

Although not known primarily as an activist, Lustre has been outspoken about issues and advocacies she cares deeply about, such as her advocacy for mental health awareness,[62] her support for the environmental activist group Greenpeace,[62] her call for women's independence,[62] and the need for the government to address the 2020 COVID-19 crisis with "help, compassion and transparency, not threats and lies."[63][64]

Musical influences[edit]

Lustre is a fan of American popstar Lady Gaga, whom she once called her "ultimate idol".[65] Discussing the popstar, Lustre has said, "She's very creative, she's out of this world. That's why I really love everything that she does. I love following her. I like her fashion sense, everything about her. Her creativity and her beauty, everything about her is just so unconventional. It's not the usual. It's really fascinating, and how talented she is."[66] Sharing that she has seen Lady Gaga's Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two "over ten times", Lustre said, "She's real, she's honest. She's not afraid to show everyone who she really is, and I’m learning from that."[67] Lustre has a tattoo on her finger that says "ohh la la", which is a reference to Lady Gaga's Bad Romance.[68]

Lustre has listed "Moments" by Jhené Aiko, "Way Back" by Amber Mark, "A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay, Army of Me by Bjork, and Digital Love by Daft Punk as the five songs that changed her life.[69] When asked by Rappler to cite an album she thinks has shaped the 2010s, she answered Capacities by Up Dharma Down, saying, "The music and lyrics also speak to me in a way that I can never explain. Until now, I still listen to the whole album and it always feels like the first time listening to it."[70]

Lustre enjoys listening to "future bass, deep house, and the newer EDM sound that's going around".[71] She has also referred to Rihanna, Ariana Grande, and Coldplay as her "all-time favorite artists.[71] When making music, she considers Tinashe, Doja Cat, and Jhene Aiko as some of her inspirations.[72]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Ref.
2019–2020 Your Moment Herself / Judge ABS-CBN [73]
2019 It's Showtime: Bidaman Judge [74]
2017–2018 It's Showtime Herself / Host [75]
2016–2017 Till I Met You Iris Duico-Valderama [76]
2015–2016 On The Wings of Love Leah Olivar-Medina [77][78]
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Stuffed Toy Carmina Joven [79][80]
2014–2020 #JaDine Herself Viva TV
2014 Wansapanataym: My App Boyfie Anika Andres ABS-CBN [81][82]
2013 WaPak – Winner ang Pakwela at Kulitan Herself Viva TV
2012 Sunday Funday Herself / Performer TV5
2011–2012 Bagets: Just Got Lucky Georgina Evangelista / Victorian "Rhian" De Luna/ Justine Magtanggol
Hey it's Saberdey! Host Herself / Performer
P. S. I Love You Candice Tuazon [83]
2010–2011 Party Pilipinas Herself / Performer with Pop Girls GMA Network
2009–2010 SOP
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Regalo Herself / Young ABS-CBN
2005 Disney Channel On Assignment Herself / Host Disney Channel

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2019 Indak Jen Lead Role
Ulan Maya Landicho
2018 Never Not Love You Joanne Candelaria
2016 This Time Ava Buhay
2015 Beauty and the Bestie Abi Villavicencio
Chain Mail Anne Nuñez/ Chain Mail Special Role
Para sa Hopeless Romantic Rebecca "Becca" Del Mundo Lead Role
2014 Talk Back and You're Dead Miracle Samantha "Sam" Perez
Diary ng Panget Reah "Eya" Rodriguez
2013 When the Love Is Gone Jenny's Friend Cameo appearance
The Fighting Chefs Sexy Chef Supporting cast[84]
2011 Who's That Girl? Marian (Elizabeth's Secretary) Supporting cast
2010 Petrang Kabayo Dina[85]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected details
Title Album details
Wildest Dreams
  • Released: October 31, 2020 (PHL)[19]
  • Label: Careless, Hyphen

Mixtapes[edit]

List of mixtapes, with selected details
Title Album details
Careless Mixtape
(as part of Careless Music Artists)

Collaborative albums[edit]

List of collaborative albums, with selected details
Title Album details
Pop Girls
(as part of Pop Girls)

Soundtrack albums[edit]

List of soundtrack albums, with selected details
Title Album details
Diary ng Panget
Never Not Love You
  • Released: March 27, 2018 (PHL)[88]
  • Label: Viva
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
Indak
  • Released: June 21, 2019 (PHL)[89]
  • Label: Viva
  • Format: Digital download, streaming

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected details and certifications
Title Album details Certifications
Nadine Lustre

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"No Erase"
(with James Reid)
2014 Diary ng Panget
"Paligoy-ligoy"
"Para-paraan" Nadine Lustre
"Bahala Na"
(featuring James Reid)
Nadine Lustre and Talk Back and You're Dead
"Mr. Antipatiko" Nadine Lustre
"Hanap-Hanap"
(with James Reid)
2015 Reid Alert and Para Sa Hopeless Romantic
"Me & You" Nadine Lustre
"Sa Ibang Mundo"
(with Kean Cipriano)
Philpop 2015
"On The Wings of Love"
(with James Reid)
On The Wings of Love
"This Time"
(with James Reid)
2016 This Time
"Till I Met You"
(with James Reid)
Till I Met You
"St4y Up" 2018 Non-album single
"Prom"
(with James Reid)
Never Not Love You
"Summer"
(with James Reid)
Careless Mixtape
"Triangulo"
(with Sam Concepcion and Nicole Omillo)
2019 Indak
"No 32"
(with Ruby Ibarra)
Non-album single
"Wildest Dreams" 2020 Wildest Dreams

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Hush"
(Yassi Pressman featuring Nadine Lustre)
2015 Yassi
"Nowhere I Wouldn't Go"
(Kingwaw featuring Nadine Lustre)
2017 Island City Poems
"Headspace (Remix)"
(Billy Davis featuring Nadine Lustre, Curtismith and Massiah)
2019 Non-album single

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Thank You for the Love"
(with James Reid, Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo, Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil, Bamboo and Elha Nympha)
2015 Non-album singles
"Kaya Mo"
(with Mark Bautista, James Reid, Yassi Pressman, Donnalyn Bartolome, Thyro Alfaro, Yumi Lacsamana, Shehyee and Rico Blanco)
2016
"Love Parade"
(as part of Team Anne, Nadine and Ryan)
2017

Awards and nominations[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Awards Category Notable Work Result Ref.
2016 65th FAMAS Awards Best Actress Para sa Hopeless Romantic Nominated [91]
2019 Guild of Educators, Mentors, and Students Hiyas Ng Sining Awards Best Actress Never Not Love You Nominated [92]
Young Critics Circle Best Performance Never Not Love You Won [93]
67th FAMAS Awards Outstanding Performance of an Actress in a Leading Role Never Not Love You Won [94]
42nd Gawad Urian Best Actress (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktres) Never Not Love You Won [95]
35th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year Never Not Love You Nominated [96]
3rd EDDYS Awards Best Actress Never Not Love You Nominated [97]
Asian Academy Creative Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role (Regional Winner for the Philippines) Ulan Won [98]
Best Actress in a Leading Role Ulan Nominated [99]
2020 43rd Gawad Urian Best Actress (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktres) Ulan Nominated
68th FAMAS Awards Best Performance of the Year (Actress) Ulan Nominated

Television[edit]

Year Awards Category Notable Work Result Ref.
2017 Gawad Bedista Awards Actress of the Year (TV) Till I Met You Won
2019 Trinity University of Asia Platinum Stallion Media Awards Best TV Female Personality Won [100]

Music[edit]

Year Award Category Notable Work/Recipeient Result Ref.
2015 Myx Music Awards 2015 Favorite Mellow Video Bahala Na Nominated [101][102]
Favorite Media Soundtrack No Erase Won
Favorite Song No Erase Nominated
Favorite New Artist Herself Nominated
SBS PopAsia Titanium Award Me and You Won
MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2015 Best Collaboration "No Erase" (with James Reid) Won
Philippine Popular Music Festival (PhilPop) People's Choice Award "Sa Ibang Mundo" (with Kean Cipriano) Won [103]
2nd Runner-up "Sa Ibang Mundo" Won
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Southeast Asian Act Herself Nominated
2016 Myx Music Awards 2016 Favorite Music Video "Me and You" Won [104]
Favorite Song Won
Favorite Artist Herself Won
Favorite Female Artist Herself Won
Favorite Collaboration "Hanap-hanap" (with James Reid) Won
Special Award: Best Music Video "Me and You" Nominated
2017 Myx Music Awards 2017 Favorite Female Artist Herself Won [105]
Favorite Media Soundtrack "This Time" (with James Reid) Won
2019 Myx Music Awards 2019 Music Video of the Year "St4y Up" Won [106]
Female Artist of the Year Herself Won
Artist of the Year Herself Won
2020 Myx Awards 2020 Music Video of the Year "Summer" (with James Reid) Won [107]

Industry awards[edit]

Year Award Category Notable Work/Recipient Result Ref.
2014 40th Metro Manila Film Fest Awards Night Face of the Night Herself Won [108]
2014 PMPC Star Awards for TV Female Star of the Night Herself Won [109]
2015 46th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Loveteam in Movies and TV Herself (with James Reid) Won [110]
Female Face of the Night Herself Won
FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Achievement Award Herself Won [111]
2016 47th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Television On the Wings of Love Won [112]
2017 Gawad Bedista Awards Most Popular Loveteam Herself (with James Reid) Won
48th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Television Till I Met You Won [113]
2019 50th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards[114] Most Popular Loveteam for Movies Never Not Love You Won [115]

Popularity awards[edit]

Year Award Category Notable Work/Recipient Result Ref.
2014 ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Pop Female Cutie Herself Won [116]
Pop Loveteam Herself (with James Reid) Nominated
Pop Screen Kiss Herself (with James Reid for Talk Back and You're Dead) Nominated
Pop Fans Club Herself (with James Reid) Nominated
Pop Soundtrack Album Diary Ng Pangit Nominated
2015 Yes Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2015 Herself Included
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the Philippines Herself Rank 49
2016 ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards Pop Teen Love Team Herself (with James Reid) Won [117]
Pop Fans Club Nominated
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the Philippines Herself Rank 3 [118]
Yes Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2016 Herself Included
Golden Laurel: Lycean Choice Media Awards Most Popular Loveteam JaDine Won
2017 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Pinoy Star Herself Won [119]
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the Philippines Herself Rank 1 [120]
2019 Inside Showbiz Awards Favorite Movie Actress Never Not Love You Won [121]

References[edit]

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