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Posted on 10 May 2012.
“Are you ready to rumble?” Absolutely! Especially Chasters with their matching pitchforks and torches all armed and ready to defend Charice. Well that is a bit of an exaggeration but still “To arms!”
Anyway, by now most people must have heard or read in the news lately about the controversy involving three DJs of the radio station Magic 89.9 and Charice. Guess who the DJs are? Read on! Read the full story
Posted on 12 May 2011.
“The Oprah Winfrey Show” or simply known as “Oprah” first started airing on television in 1986, and it has been going strong ever since. But just like life, there needs to be an end for an amazing show like Oprah, and it’s coming in two weeks. May 25, 2011 is going to be the last day that an original Oprah episode will air. The show’s current season has been dubbed as The Farewell Season, and various segments were done on the show as a sort of commemoration or just plain going out with a bang. Read the full story
Posted on 04 February 2011.
With the media circus growing around her, Charice says she seeks and adheres to the advice given by more experienced figures, like Oprah.
Oprah’s influence is extensive, with Charice revealing that the TV queen’s counsel is sought for just about every step that the teenage diva takes.
Even when it came to her joining “Glee” and to discussions on some movie opportunities, it was Oprah that had the most significant word, if not the final one. Read the full story
Posted on 18 January 2011.
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
Posted on 14 January 2011.
“30 Days With Charice” is a documentary by Emmy-award winning director Matthew Mills, cut into four-minute-episodes with new ones released every Wednesday and Friday on Teen.com.
The eleventh episode took us from a concert in Allentown to another concert in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – but not before having a short side-trip to a radio station for a live interview. Charice is known for loving radio interviews because she “always has so much fun with the DJs”. KISS FM DJ Mike Miller looked like he had fun as well asking Charice about traveling all over the world and the kind of music that she does. The love for Charice didn’t stop in that radio booth that day because the audience at Hardware Bar was one amazing crowd. With them singing along and cheering, Charice easily got into the zone an delivered another exciting and memorable performance.
Our calendars have already changed from 2010 to 2011 during the whole run of this incredible series. And the days of looking forward to every Wednesday and Friday are about to end, as this episode is already the series finale of “30 Days With Charice”.
Day 30 is aptly titled “The End of the Beginning”, which marks Charice’s transition from being a newbie in the music business to being an adolescent, perhaps? But for sure, those string of performances, interviews, and promotions have already baptized her into a world where everything is just going to get bigger than anything we’ve seen Charice do in the past twelve episodes. And what better thing to do on this day than feed some tigers! Every artist needs to take a break from being on the road and performing, and more so for Charice because, as Tommy Page, VP of Top 40 Reprise/Warner Bros. Records, said: “at the end of the day she’s still a kid” and “we try to make her feel fun and comfortable”. But being the born-performer that she is, her tiredness from travelling and touring goes away the moment that she starts singing and seeing all the people who’re watching.
For some, success and fame may bring negative traits to the surface like egotism and greed. But David Foster sees Charice differently, “Contrary to what you might think about what happens to people when they start getting success, I believe she’s somebody that will stay humble; and I believe she’s somebody that’ll keep singing whether there’s success or not.”
Both Iyaz and Marc Johnston, Charice’s manager, have seen something very special in her. Iyaz reveals how he’s become protective of her, who he considers as his little sister. Johnston even said how “there’s more talent in that girl than you can describe.” He also believes how film and television is going to be a big part of her music career, “it’s her destiny, I think.”
Charice describes her current stardom as something that should not be thought of surely. She takes it one step at a time, and is currently being thankful for the “achievements of my single and my album, that landed on Billboard at No. 8.” But there’s a fighter inside Charice, and she won’t settle for anything less if she can still do better, “It’s all good for me, but I’m just hoping for more.”
Being Asian can indeed be a hindrance for achieving international stardom and gaining a wide fan base in America, but Charice has already proven that it’s not impossible. And as a perfect ending to the series, Charice expresses how thankful she is for the support she’s got from the likes of Oprah, David Foster, Ellen, and of course, the Chasters all over the world. “Because of their love and support, I feel like they’re my family.”
As her thirty day press tour winds down, Charice takes time out for some fun at Six Flags where she feeds tigers with her brother, Carl. She’s still a kid, after all! Charice reflects back on the past month’s adventures and looks ahead to the promising future in store.
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 1 – Meet Charice at her 18th Birthday Party
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 2 – QVC Performance
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 3 – NYC Interview Tear-Jerker
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 4 – Wango Tango From Stage to Studio
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 5 – Charice Takes Japan
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, Ep. 6 – Home Sweet Home
Previously: 30 Days with Charice, EP. 7 – Let’s Get Spiritual
Previously: 30 Days with Charice, EP. 8 – Farewell, Philippines!
Previously: 30 Days with Charice, EP. 9 – Charice is a Schoolhouse Rocker
Previously: 30 Days With Charice, EP 10 – So What’s Up With Charice and Iyaz…
Previously: 30 Day with Charice, EP 11 – Charice Experiences Technical Difficulties
“30 Days With Charice” officially ends with this episode but Charice’s career is just starting to skyrocket and this won’t be the last that we see of her, that’s for sure. Teen.com already has every Chaster excited with this statement: “And stay tuned—30 Days With Charice may be over, but we may not be done with Charice just yet!” Will Teen.com air another series about Charice? What do you want it to be about? Tell us by leaving a comment below.
By Sofia Carrera, charicemania.com
Posted on 21 December 2010.
The end of 2010 is here and for every Chaster it has been something of a whirlwind 365 days. Not only have we witnessed more of her astonishing performances, but we’ve also seen just how much the world has embraced the Laguna-born songstress.
As part of our celebration of a year of remarkable achievement for Charice, we’ve put together a shortlist of the Top 5 Most Anticipated Events of the year gone bye. Read the full story
Posted on 02 December 2010.
NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alloy Digital, a division of Alloy Media + Marketing, today announced the launch of the newly designed TEEN.com (www.teen.com), its popular entertainment website focused on the pop culture interests of youth consumers.
The redesigned TEEN.com takes the site to a brand new level, presenting engaging new editorial features, enhanced social applications and fresh premium content, including: Read the full story
Posted on 01 December 2010.
One Voice School of Singing in Sydney, Australia Pleads, “Oprah, Please Hook Us Up With Our Idol, Charice!”
Calling all Chasters! Sydney, Australia’s One Voice School of Singing needs our help! They are pleading with Oprah to help them meet their singing idol, Charice! One Voice School of Singing is performing a concert entitled, “Beyond the Seas”, on Sunday, December 12th, 2010 at the Sydney Opera House. Oprah Winfrey will be in Australia taping two shows at the Opera House on December 14th. Read the full story
Posted on 28 November 2010.
(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
Posted on 25 October 2010.
Charice’s Week in Review is a Weekly Series on CM to help you follow Charice’s hectic schedule. Each Monday, we will post a concise review of the past week’s events. We realize many Chasters: have limited time, or may miss something good with so many Charice events to follow. Think of this as medicine for Chadiction. Read the full story
Posted on 21 October 2010.
19 October 2010 – The Oprah Show showcased personalities that were dubbed by the world as “The Next Big Thing.” Susan Boyle, Jackie Evancho and Debby Boone all delivered amazing performances and did candid interviews with Oprah.
Other than the live appearances of the three, short video features of other next-big-things were shown – and one of these featured Charice. This is actually Charice’s ninth time to be featured in The Oprah Show in just two years. Though this count includes re-runs, it’s a pretty big number. Charice is indeed very lucky to have Oprah as her godmother. Read the full story
Posted on 24 September 2010.
Girl Talk With Glee’s Charice – the Oprah protege brings her teen spirit to McKinley High…
By 16, singer Charice Pempengco had been discovered on YouTube, appeared on Oprah, dueted with Celine Dion and become known by one name. The pint-size powerhouse from the Philippines is now 18 Read the full story
Posted on 19 September 2010.
Tiny girl, tall tunes: When 18-year-old Charice was just 4, her mother found her standing on a table, singing a big-ballad rendition of Happy Birthday. Amazed at her little girl’s towering voice, mom Raquel quit her job to focus on nurturing Charice’s talent. It turns out that her instinct was right. Read the full story
Posted on 16 September 2010.
As any would-be American Idol knows, taking on a song by Whitney Houston or Celine Dion can be the kiss of death. The songs are so demanding that contestants often find themselves in the judges’ firing line for attempting one. So when 15-time Grammy Award–winning producer David Foster says the 18-year-old Filipino singer Charice reminds him of a young Dion, the industry takes note. Read the full story