Watch her sing and dance like she never did before. The Dance Floor Princess, Maja Salvador, will show you that in MAJAsty concert on Nov. 13 at the Mall of Asia Arena.
Produced by Jerica M. Aguilar Events Management and co-produced by Pink Management and Productions, Inc., fans can expect a world-class show from a world-class performer.
With Nesh Janiola of Hotlegs and Georcelle Dapat of G Force as choreographers, MAJAsty is going to be Maja’s night with guests that include Paulo Avelino, Kakai Bautista, Rayver Cruz, Enchong Dee, JC De Vera, Enrique Gil, and Piolo Pascual.
Aside from being an in-demand endorser and actress, Maja is one of the few celebrities in the business considered as an over-all performer. She has proved her worth as recording artist with two record selling albums, MAJA Believe and Maja in Love, both reaching the platinum status in no less than two weeks after their release.
She has also gone on a nationwide tour in 2013, finishing a total of 17 legs of her 10th anniversary dance concert Maja Unveils @10. She has also gone on 30 MAJA Believe album tours. Her first concert, Maj The Legal Performer at the Music Museum, including her other achievements, paved the way for her concert at the MOA Arena.
Aside from her busy taping schedule for ABS-CBN’s FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Maja will also make time to see her supporters around the world.
Maja will join Jericho Rosales on Oct 23 at Whilshire Ebel Theatre, Los Angeles, California and Chumash Casino and Resort, Santa Ynez, California on Oct.30 and Pechanga Resort and Casino, Temecula, California on Oct. 31.
The MAJAsty World Tour 2016 with Paulo Avelino and JC de Vera is scheduled on Feb 12 and 13, 2016 in Cache Creek Resort and Casino, San Francisco, California.
The Maja Limitless Nationwide Tour is set to start in Batangas City Coliseum on Dec. 12, Urdaneta Cultural and Sports Center on Jan. 16, 2016 and Legazpi City on Jan. 23, 2016.
Tickets are available via www.smtickets.com and all SM Ticket outlets.
iWant TV is new TV
With the busy lifestyle of many Kapamilya fans, they feel they cannot watch TV anymore. And with lots of things to do outside the home, and seemingly endless traffic woes, watching favorite TV shows has become a rare luxury.
The new iWant TV of ABS-CBNmobile is changing all that. This app allows Kapamilya fans to watch shows wherever they go and at any time they want. Their TV follows them.
They can choose on demand their favorite Kapamilya shows, actors, and loveteams. They are now the boss when it comes to watching the shows that they love, anytime and anywhere.
TV shows and movies in the past as well as the latest ones are now available on iWant TV’s vast library of content, categorized and labelled conveniently according to “Worlds” of love teams, actors, movies, concerts, etc.
The Kapamilya all-time favorites are all there, ready for viewing anytime. These include Got To Believe, Maging Sino Ka Man, My Binondo Girl, Imortal,” etc. All these teleseryes as well as movies and other exclusives can be enjoyed using a mobile phone equipped with ABS-CBNmobile SIM, or a computer by logging on to www.iwantv.com.ph using an ABS-CBNmobile account.
For ABS-CBNmobile, it is about creating or customizing one’s own experience of watching TV. It’s about bringing the whole world of ABS-CBN to their mobile phones, and taking TV beyond the four walls of the home.
For as low as P10, subscribers can enjoy one full day of unlimited access to iWant TV. They can even watch their favorite teleseryes and movies again and again.
Just get an ABS-CBNmobile SIM, download the iWant TV app on your mobile phone, and register using the new ABS-CBNmobile number, load at least P10, and text “iWantv10” to 2135. The P10 load is already good for 1 day of unlimited access to iWant TV.
By launching the app, or logging on to the iWant TV website, subscribers can now access the vast content library of iWant TV. For more information, please visit www.abscbnmobile.com.
GMA Network’s Afternoon Prime block maintains lead nationwide
Kapuso Network’s Afternoon Prime block remains unbeatable as it continues to deliver strong ratings performance nationwide, according to TV ratings data supplier Nielsen TV Audience Measurement.
According to the January – Sept. 2015 household data (Sept. 27-30 based on overnight data), GMA’s Afternoon Prime block (2:30 – 5p.m.) scored a 40.5 percent household share in National Urban Philippines, 9.4 points higher than ABS-CBN’s 31.1 percent.
In Urban Luzon, which comprises 77 percent of all urban television households nationwide, the block won over its competition. It recorded 45.6 percent, 19.8 points higher than Kapamilya’s 25.8 percent.
Meanwhile in Kapuso bailiwick Mega Manila, which comprises 59 percent of all urban TV households, the station’s Afternoon Prime block registered a commanding ratings performance compared to ABS-CBN. It posted 47.7 percent, 25.5 points higher than ABS’ 22.2 percent.
GMA’s Afternoon Prime programming block begins with The Half Sisters, which stars Barbie Forteza and Thea Tolentino and ably supported by Jean Garcia, Jomari Yllana, Ryan Eigenmann together with Andre Paras, Ruru Madrid, Vaness del Moral, Mel Martinez, Buboy Villar and Gloria Romero. The Half Sisters is directed by Mark Reyes.
Directed by Gil Tejada Jr., Buena Familia continues to dominate its timeslot. After getting through some problems, Celine (Kylie Padilla), Darling (Julie Anne San Jose), Edwin (Julian Trono) and Faye (Mona Louise Rey) finally restore their relationship as siblings. Also, Darling is finally making a name in the music industry.
Destiny Rose has been ahead of its counterpart programs in ratings since it was launched on Sept. 14. The series is also gaining a strong following and each and every episode is a consistent trending topic online. It stars Ken Chan and playing opposite him is Fabio Ide and with Manilyn Reynes, Michael de Mesa, Jackielou Blanco, Katrina Halili, Sheena Halili, Jeric Gonzales, Joko Diaz, Irma Adlawan, JC Tiuseco, and Ken Alfonso.
Dingdong Dantes spent time with former fellow dancers. Marking two decades of friendship, Dantes and members of Abztract Dance Group celebrated on Oct. 10. There are things that change in people’s lives, but definitely not the friendship bonded for so many years.
In his Instagram account, Dantes thanked members of the group, especially his cousin Arthur Solinap who was the key in his joining show business.
Jeric Gonzales is definitely an underrated performer, but at a recent episode of Magpakailanman, his performance easily won the nods of critics. The episode was aired on Oct. 10 where he played the son of Joko Diaz who fell in love with his father’s wife played by Ina Raymundo. The episode became hot and it was in the trending list of Twitter with the hashtag #MPKAnakMoKabitKo. In the ratings in both Mega Manila and nationwide, it also did very well.
Julie Anne San Jose’s album sold out in Cabanatuan where she had an album tour before she flew to Bacolod for the annual Masskara Festival. The mall where the tour was held was packed to the rafters and the album was immediately sold out. Asia’s Pop Sweetheart, that’s her moniker at GMA 7, was extremely overjoyed.
International Artists thanked AlDub. Bryan White was the first to extend his gratitude to AlDub for using his song “God Gave Me You” in the popular Kalyeserye,. Now, Dawin, the singer of “Dessert” also thanked AlDub. Apart from thanking AlDub, Dawin also expressed his desire to watch the Kalyeserye.
Kris Bernal is now ready to join the league of seasoned actors.
At the start of the taping for Little Nanay, Kris Bernal learned that it felt different when she is in a scebe with seasoned performers. She calls it “very magical” as she is carried away with the emotion required of them in the scene. She is now looking forward to be in more scenes with them that require them to show more emotions.
Snooky Serna is now known by her My Faithful Husband name. And this excites her because she feels her performance (as the mother of Emman (Dennis Trillo) is effective. Her name in the series is Mercedes or Cedes for short. Snooky related that every time she would go to a mall or a restaurant, people call her Cedes and not Snooky. Some even asked her why she accepted a villainous role in the series. Answering the question, she said that she merely wants to show that she is versatile and can play a villainess as well.
COMMENT DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted on this Web site are not in any way endorsed by Manila Standard. Comments are views by manilastandard.net readers who exercise their right to free expression and they do not necessarily represent or reflect the position or viewpoint of manilastandard.net. While reserving this publication’s right to delete comments that are deemed offensive, indecent or inconsistent with Manila Standard editorial standards, Manila Standard may not be held liable for any false information posted by readers in this comments section.