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Maine Mendoza is Twitter’s most tweeted Filipino celebrity in 2018

/ 09:57 AM December 06, 2018

Maine Mendoza —ARANETA CENTER

MANILA, Philippines — Maine Mendoza was named as the most tweeted Filipino celebrity this year, according to Twitter’s year-ender data posted Wednesday.

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Mendoza’s high Twitter engagement is thanks to her eventful year which included the launch of her new comedy series in GMA “Daddy’s Girl in the City” with Vic Sotto.

It was also this year when she released her lipstick collaboration with MAC Cosmetics which was sold out online in just one minute.

Maymay Entrata took the second spot, a celebrity who also had a remarkable year as she made history by being the first Filipina to walk at the Arab Fashion Week.

Following the two in the most tweeted Filipino celebrity list are Kisses Delavin, Alden Richards, Edward Barbers, Donny Pangilinan, Loisa Andalio, Kathryn Bernardo, Maris Racal and Daniel Padilla.

Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s fantasy drama series “Bagani” topped the list on the most talked about teleserye, followed by “Wild Flower,” “Playhouse,” “Daddy’s Girl in the City,” and “La Luna Sangre.”

Meanwhile, AlDub composed of Mendoza and Richards was number one in the most tweeted about love teams.

Bernardo and Padilla’s blockbuster romantic drama film “The Hows of Us” garnered the top spot for the most tweeted about Filipino movie.

Vice Ganda remains to be the most followed Filipino celebrity with over 11.5 million followers, followed by Anne Curtis-Smith, Angel Locsin, Kathryn Bernardo and Yeng Constantino. /cbb

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