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It’s strange, this job. A performer gets up on stage and basically commits emotional seppuku in front of a lot of people. There’s the emotional roller coaster within the context of playing a role and, in the process, taking an audience for the ride.

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Rachelle Ann’s ‘Send-Off’ airs Sunday night

RACHELLE Ann Go

Rachelle Ann Go marks her 10th year in the music industry by giving fans a glimpse of her new career as a West End theater actress before her temporary hiatus from local entertainment. Sunday Night Box Office features “Miss Rachelle: The Send-Off Concert,” at 10 tonight on GMA 7.

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Rachelle Ann Go: West End, here I come

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RACHELLE Ann Go, who plays Gigi in the coming revival of “Miss Saigon,” stars in a send-off concert on Feb. 22 at Meralco Theater. RODEL ROTONI

All she ever wanted to do was sing, record one album and star in one big concert. Rachelle Ann Go did all that—and then some, after winning the 2004 singing contest, “Search for a Star.” For a while, the 27-year-old thought that was it, she couldn’t ask for more. She was wrong.   Throughout her [...]

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Rachelle Ann Go’s second time on “The Ryzza Mae Show”

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The first time I wrote about Rachelle Ann Go was after she had made her first appearance on “The Ryzza Mae Show”. That was approximately 7 months ago wherein she got to showcase her amazing voice and singing prowess.

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Creating my ‘Playlist’

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MITOY

So, how does one celebrate 35 years in the business as a performer? The only way this performer—yours truly—knows how: Singing!   Tomorrow and on Saturday, I shall be at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Plenary Hall, performing in “Playlist.” As the concert title suggests, I’ll be singing songs off whatever jumps out of [...]

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Advice from first ‘Miss Saigon’ to Filipino newbies

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Dear “Saigon” newbies Eva, Julia, Tanya, and Rachelle Ann: Congratulations on being cast in the 2014 West End production of “Miss Saigon!”

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First step in Rachelle Ann’s ‘Saigon’ journey

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We were there when GMA 7 singer-actress Rachelle Ann Go tried her luck in the Manila tryouts for “Miss Saigon.” On Friday, a year later, she was told she had landed the role of Gigi, leader of the bar girls, in the West End revival of the musical. The Inquirer caught her registering with other aspirants—the first step in her “Saigon” journey. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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Tip from original ‘Miss’

Lea Salonga. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

LEA SALONGA, the original Kim in “Miss Saigon,” gave this tip to Rachelle Ann Go, who will play Gigi in the musical’s revival: “Just take the experience for all it’s worth. Study, visit museums (in London) and the countryside. You’ll have time during the day once the show is running … Meet people, enjoy yourself.” [...]

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Filipinos star Rachelle Ann Go in ‘Miss Saigon’ revival

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RACHELLE Ann Go

The first message of congratulations that Rachelle Ann Go received was from Lea Salonga.

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Rachelle Ann in ‘Tarzan,’ Barbie goes on mall tour

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BARBIE Almalbis

Rachelle Ann Go’s debut in musical theater as Ariel in Atlantis Productions’ staging of “The Little Mermaid” in 2011 was met with generally positive reviews. That, she said, made her realize she could be so much more in the industry than just a recording artist doing occasional acting projects on TV.

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Torn between two starlets, phantom of the ‘operada’

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MARIAN Rivera

Remember matinee idol, who was caught by a shutterbug holding hands with Stunning Starlet other than his Screen Partner? Seems MI is flaunting his affair with SS in spite of the studio’s plans to build him up with SP.

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Formidable lineup

RACHELLE Ann Go

Rachelle Ann Go is at the peak of her power as a pop singer, and not just because she hits impossibly high notes in as many different ways as she pleases – alternately with grace, with authority, at times with something approximating vengeance.

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