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Alden-Maine starrer a pleasant surprise

/ 01:55 AM July 23, 2016
JAYA. Soulful and effortless singing.

JAYA. Soulful and effortless singing.

ELVIE Garin, teacher: “I was pleasantly surprised to find that Mike Tuviera’s ‘Imagine You & Me’ was not treated as a travelogue, with Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards doing well in their respective roles. I hope they go into serious acting soon.”

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Lucy Abitria, televiewer: “It was a delight to see and hear Jaya sing up a storm in ‘It’s Showtime.’ Her soaring medley of hits highlighted her soulful and effortless singing. But, she should have been paired with an R&B singer like Jay R, instead of balladeer Erik Santos, whose style didn’t complement hers. Erik is a fine singer, but he’s weighed down by his ‘singing-contest’ performing style. Yeng Constantino was no better. She seemed out of place and exerted too much effort to measure up to Jaya’s performance.”

Vener Gonzaga, student: “Up-and-coming and multiawarded young actress Therese Malvar should be given meaty roles in mainstream film productions and teleseryes. She’s too good an actress to be limited to indie films.”

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Irish Santillan, nurse: “‘Tawag ng Tanghalan’s’ Garrett Bolden is a breath of fresh air. His soulful performing style is a welcome diversion from birit singing. I hope he ends up in the semifinals.”

Ed Aguas, office employee: “Had Richard Gutierrez not expressed his frustration over the way his ‘Panday’ teleserye on TV5 was erratically scheduled, I would not have known that there was such a show at all.”

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