As a way of giving thanks to all its loyal fans and supporters, GMA Artist Center held a yearend thanksgiving celebration at GMA’s German Moreno Studio in December.
Hosted by Ashley Ortega and Marika Sasaki, the festivity was filled with lots of surprises and entertainment as the brightest stars of the network gathered to bond with their fans through various performances on-stage and on ground activities.
The Clash grand champion Golden Cañedo together with finalists Mirriam Manalo, Danielle Ozaraga, Mika Gorospe, Lyra Micolob, and Garrett Bolden touched the hearts of fans with their powerful song renditions.
Paul Salas showcased his effortless moves in a dance number that sent the fans on a high while boyband One Up, on the other hand, made the audience swoon with their sweet performance.
Beautiful ladies Kim Domingo and Klea Pineda serenaded the fans with song numbers.
Meanwhile, the young pool of stars composed of Althea Ablan, Vince Crisostomo, Zonia Mejia, Hailey Mendes, Kyle and Kleif Almeda, Janelle Lewis, Monique Vazquez, Yvette Sanchez, JJ Ararao, Bruce Roeland and Yuan Francisco also took the opportunity to express their gratitude to all their supporters.
Adding excitement to the fans day were Sofia Pablo and Will Ashley who sang a kilig duet.
The crowd went all the more delighted when My Special Tatay lead stars Ken Chan and Arra San Agustin appeared on stage and performed individual song numbers.
The audience didn’t miss the chance to play games with heartthrobs David Licauco, Kelvin Miranda and Manolo Pedrosa.
Hearty cheers were also elicited when fan favorites Bianca Umali, Sanya Lopez, Kate Valdez, Migo Adecer and Rocco Nacino graced the event to deliver holiday greetings.
It was definitely a memorable day as the fans took home different prizes and gifts from their favorite idols. Indeed, the grand fans day was a perfect treat to get together and create an unforgettable experience for everyone.
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