Yaya Dub attends Lifehouse concert with heavy make-up and glasses

/ 11:50 AM October 09, 2015
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SCREENGRAB from Maine Mendoza’s Twitter account

Wearing heavy make-up and glasses, Maine Mendoza also known as “Yaya Dub” attended the Lifehouse concert at the Mall of Asia Arena on Thursday night.

Mendoza was first invited through a Twitter video by Bryce Soderberg, one of the Lifehouse members.


In response to the invitation, Mendoza said she hoped to attend the concert.

However, on Thursday night, Mendoza posted her photo on her Twitter account with heavy make-up and wearing glasses.


She said, “it feels good to do something unusual and crazy.”

“I had fun,” the post read.

In a Twitter post, Soderberg regretted that he wasn’t able to meet Mendoza.

“Heard you came. Sorry we missed you,” his post read.

Mendoza confirmed that she indeed attended the concert, saying “I did! You guys did great and I had a really good time! Thank you!!! Hope to meet you next time.”

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Yaya Dub is the other half of the famous loveteam “AlDub,” a pair between Mendoza and actor Alden Richards in GMA-7’s noontime show Eat Bulaga’s “Kalyeserye.” NC/RAM


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SCREENGRAB from Maine Mendoza’s Twitter account

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SCREENGRAB from Bryce Soderberg’s Twitter account


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SCREENGRAB from Maine Mendoza’s Twitter account



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