Filipino singing sensation Charice added another milestone in her career after she performed at an Oscars after-party dubbed “A Night to Make a Difference: Oscar Night at Mr. Chow” on Hollywood.
Charice, who is now in the US to record her first international album, sang the Dreamgirls movie hit song, “Listen.”
But before her performance, Charice was introduced by her handler, international musician-composer David Foster. He guaranteed that Charice would be a global superstar in just one year.
“She is one of the most amazing talents you will ever see, and you’re gonna see history tonight, because one year from now, this girl will be one of the biggest stars on the planet, guaranteed 100%,” Foster said.
After her song “Listen,” the young diva received a standing ovation from the audience.
During the party, Foster also revealed that Charice started recording her album last February 21.
Charice even tried to sing one of the songs in her upcoming album, “Fingerprint.” But due to technical difficulties, Charice wasn’t able sing the full song since the CD skipped.
Charice also performed an all-time hit, “I Will Survive,” for the fundraising event.
Proceeds of the Oscar’s after-party will go to Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, Olivia Newton-Johns Cancer and Wellness Centre Appeal.
Source: abs-cbnNEWS.com, Posted by Madz