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MNL48 joins big artists in ‘One Love Asia’ benefit show

On May 27, members of MNL48 Coleen Trinidad, Sheki Arzaga, and Abby Trinidad joined other Asian stars at the One Love Asia that seeks to raise funds in support of UNICEF.

MNL48's Sheki, Coleen, and Abby
“To be part of such a massive lineup of artists is a huge privilege, especially that we will be representing the Philippines,” Abby shared.

They had gone through rigorous training and shared that they would be teaming up with other girls under the AKB48 group for the performance.

“We are preparing ourselves physically and mentally. We will make sure that we will give them a satisfying, refreshing, and inspiring performances. We can’t wait to bring positive vibes and leave the audience with smiles on their faces," said Sheki before their performance.

It is also an honor for them to use their talent as an instrument to help those in need, especially the children who are greatly affected by the pandemic.

“We feel very blessed that we will be using our talents for a good cause at this time of pandemic. We are very glad to help those who are affected by the health crisis in any way we can, especially the children,” Coleen added.

One Love Asia is presented by YouTube and WebTVAsia. Viewers can watch the concert live on youtube.com//oneloveasia at onelove.asia.

Meanwhile, fans can still vote for their favorite oshis to be part of MNL48’s third generation members in MNL48’s Third General Election. To vote, go to https://mnl48.hallohallo.com/ until June 27 at 9:00 p.m..

For more updates about MNL48, follow the group official Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/mnl48official/), Twitter (@mnl48official), Instagram (@mnl48official), at YouTube accounts.

Topics: MNL48 Coleen Trinidad , Sheki Arzaga , Abby Trinidad , One Love Asia , UNICEF
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