The Century Tuna Superbods 2020 finals night is happening tomorrow with special participation from Alden Richards and Nadine Lustre. The two stars are joining top celebrity Marc Nelson as hosts of the highly anticipated event.
“The Finals” is taking place after a series of digital competitions that allowed the Superbods to show what it truly means to #StayStrong amid the pandemic. They showed off their diet and fitness regimen, as well as empower others to pursue their own journeys towards a healthy lifestyle.
Following the challenges, the finalists will face each other one last time during The Finals where one male and one female grand winner will receive P500,000 each, as well as other amazing prizes.
During The Finals, Century Tuna will also be naming the winners of the special awards namely Superbods Ageless Awards, the Superbods Advocacy Awards, and the Superbods Social Impact Awards.
Other awards to be given in The Finals include Mr. and Ms. Dermaworld, Mr. and Ms. Congeniality, and Mr. and Ms. Photogenic.
There will also be eight winners of the digital challenges. Four winners will be selected for the Kraver's Canteen #FishEveryDay Challenges, two for the Fitness Challenge, and another two for the Stay Strong Challenge.
To help determine the winners, Century Pacific Food, Inc. executive vice president, and chief operating officer Greg Banzon, Century Tuna marketing director Carlo Endaya, triathlete and SEA Games gold medalist Nikko Huelgas, GMA Network senior assistant vice president for alternative productions Gigi Santiago-Lara, fitness advocate Isabelle Daza, and actress Alice Dixson will be part of the esteemed panel of judges.
Catch Everybod Superbod 2020: The Finals on Sept. 19 at 5:00 p.m. on Century Tuna's official Facebook page. It will also be televised on GMA on Sept. 27 at 10:05 a.m..For more information, make sure to like and follow @centurytuna on Facebook and @centurytunasuperbods on Instagram.
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