At last we have news about Charice! We are glad to see her again this time promoting the movie “Here Comes The Boom” starring Kevin James! Official release date in the United States on October 12th, 2012. Some lucky Chasters who had the opportunity to watch the movie’s pre-screenings in different locations reported that Charice had a wonderful role and that she was there from beginning to end. Check your local cinemas for details.
“I’m Charice and I play as Malia dela Cruz, she’s a Filipino student and she’s a brainiac, musical genius.”
Watch the full video below and listen to what Charice has to say:
During her trip to Singapore for a two day performance at the Formula 1 Grand Prix, Charice also did a one-on-one interview with BBC Worldwide. And after just two weeks, BBC anchor Rico Hizon reveals that the interview will be aired on October 13, 2011, Thursday. That’s just four days away, so Chasters, are you excited?
Rico Hizon also made some photos that were taken during the interview available to the public. Seeing the 9 photos (posted below) gives us an excellent sneak peek for the upcoming interview. Rico Hizon’s captions for each photo are also included (though some have the same captions).
Charice is so articulate and confident and more importantly down to earth!
The BBC World News Interview! She was flawless and intelligent in answering my questions!
Despite her jet lag she was smiling through out our hour long conversation.
She looks great and sings great! Kudos Charice!
She sang for BBC here with her musical director Troy!
She even played the piano for the BBC! She is so talented!
As you have read above, Hizon seems really amazed by Charice’s answers to his questions, her overall attitude, how she looks, and of course, her talent. Everyone would really agree on his observations as Charice does look sensational in the photos. Plus, Charice singing while playing the piano? That’s something big to look forward to!
So check back here again on the 13th or 14th for the video of Charice’s interview with BBC Worldwide.
Charice had looked tired when she was at the Grammy Awards on February 13, no doubt tuckered out by the hectic schedule that has gripped her since the turn of the new year, not least preparations for her tour in Japan. Read the full story
Now that 30 Days With Charice is over we at Teen.com know that all her fans miss hearing from her and want to know more about her. So we are giving you the chance to ask her all your questions!!! Charice will be answering fan question on Teen.com! Go to: http://www.teen.com/charice-interview-fan-questions-glee/ and post a question in the comments, and Charice will answer the best ones! Read the full story
Charice has revealed that the challenge of overcoming rejection has made her a stronger person, and that the pain of rejection had almost convinced her to give up singing completely.
In probably the most revealing and wide-ranging interview of her career so far, the Philippine’s biggest international pop and RnB artist talked to Tokyo-based InterFM DJ Guy Perryman about her childhood, “Glee,” her next album, and the pain caused by that occupational hazard, rejection. Read the full story
At this time of year, asking a star of screen or studio what their priority for the new year is, is only to be expected. Billboard.com, for one, was busy getting the low-down on a litany of the music world’s big names. Amongst them was Charice, who summed up her 2011 ambitions in three words: “success and health.” Read the full story
The holiday season may be in full swing but the flow of Charice-related news doesn’t take a break, with the revelation that Charice learned that she had secured a role in Glee on Twitter.
In an interview with younghollywood.com host Tatiana Diana, which was recorded before Charice’s performance at the 9th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Show at the Citadel Outlets in LA in November, the high-flying songstress admitted she didn’t believe the Tweet until she received confirmation from “Glee” just minutes later. Read the full story
Charice is currently in Japan promoting her Christmas EP. She visited Japan’s J-Wave radio 81.3FM on Sunday, December 19, where she introduced her song Happy Xmas (War Is Over) and answered many questions from the host and listeners.
(MANILA) Charice, GLEE’s Sunshine Corazon, was recently handed the BPInoy award in light of her outstanding achievements in the international music scene. Moreover, her list of accomplishments doesn’t end there.
The Bank of the Philippine Islands’ (BPI) BPInoy award recognizes Filipinos who have internationally demonstrated unparalleled excellence in their chosen path. Read the full story
For those of you not familiar with Bop Magazine, it is an American entertainment magazine for kids ages 10 – 17, and is published by the same publisher as Tiger Beat Magazine. Articles include advice on beauty, fashion, and dating. Bop is published 11 to 12 times a year and each issue includes 6 giant posters and several mini posters. BopTV interviewed Charice and Cody Simpson at their Citadel Concert about their favorite holiday tradition. Here is what they said: Read the full story
(LOS ANGELES) Charice wowed the crowd anew after she performed pitch-perfect numbers in various events in LA this past week, convincingly showing the audiences that her talent needs no electronic enhancements.
She was also interviewed before the performance, where she shared her experiences as a GLEE cast member, Read the full story
Ne-Yo expressed his interest in collaborating with Charice when they got to talk at the backstage. In a TV interview with Charlene Gonzales in the The Buzz, Charice was asked about her most unforgettable Hollywood moment thus far.
“I think the ‘cutest” moment I’ve had was when I sang with Ne-Yo,” Charice said.
Nov 10 Update – English subtitled video added.
Manila – In a recent TV interview with Charlene Gonzales in the Buzz, Charice talked about her achievements and how she is dealing with her newfound fame.
Asked on why her vacation was so short, Charice said, “Actually, I’ve already been here for a week. I think it’s quite long because usually I get only two or three-day breaks in the past.” Read the full story
(MANILA) Charice, Asia’s Concert Princess, is currently on a one-week vacation. In two separate local TV interviews, Charice was asked to tell us about what she’s been doing in the past few days. She then went on to talk about her upcoming singing engagements.
In a recent interview by Just Jared Jr., Nikki Yanofsky said that she’s really proud of Charice bagging a part in the second season of Glee. She also revealed that if given the chance, she would love to have a role in the very popular show.
If you’re a bit unfamiliar with Nikki, you would love to know that, like Charice, she’s also a young artist with an amazing voice. She’s a sixteen year old jazz sensation from Canada who has debuted in Carnegie Hall when she was just thirteen. She started off her singing career with a performance in the Montreal International Jazz Festival of 2006. She’s the youngest singer ever to be featured in that festival. Read the full story