LOOK: Gary V flies to Malaysia for 23rd Asian TV Awards
Singer Gary Valenciano flew to Malaysia on Thursday to perform in the 23rd Asian Television Awards (ATA).
In his Instagram post, Valenciano could be seen aboard an airplane in an airport, silhouetted by the sunshine behind him.
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Here I go Lord. It’s been a while since I’ve last represented the Philippines 🇵🇭 in a musical event such as the 23rd Asian Television Awards. What an honor it’s going to be for me and @kianavee. But we go with the knowledge that all this is Your will; that all this is because of some great purpose You’ve established in us for your glory. Be with us every step of the way Lord. It’s probably the biggest event I’m ever going to partake of Lord. An estimated 2 billion people will be watching from all over Asia. Thank you Lord. I’m doing all this for You🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
“Here I go Lord. It’s been a while since I’ve last represented the Philippines 🇵🇭 in a musical event such as the 23rd Asian Television Awards,” Valenciano wrote.
Valenciano and his daughter, Kiana, were invited to perform in the ATA which will be held on Jan. 12 at the Borneo Convention Center in Kuching, Malaysia.
“What an honor it’s going to be for me and @kianavee,” he said.
Valenciano thanked the Lord of giving him this opportunity, which he dubbed as the biggest event he would ever participate in.
“Be with us every step of the way Lord. It’s probably the biggest event I’m ever going to partake of Lord. An estimated 2 billion people will be watching from all of her Asia. Thank you Lord. I’m doing all this for You🏼🏼🏼,” he said.
The ATA is the Asian television industry’s most significant and celebrated event, recognizing excellence in programming, production and performance, according to its website.
The Valencianos will be performing along famous Asian singers such as Gina Tan from Singapore, Trong Hieu from Vietnam, and Alvin Chong from Malaysia.
Broadcast journalist Mark Zambrano is set to be one of the hosts of this event.
Several shows in the Philippines were nominated for different categories: The Bottom Line with Boy Abunda (best talk show); Basketball Science (best sports program); and Mi Amor (best theme song for “Tabi Po The Series”).
Filipino TV personalities also earned nominations such as Boy Abunda (best current affairs presenter); Carlo Pamintuan (best sports presenter/commentator); Maja Salvador (best actress for Wildflower); Adrian Alandy (best supporting actor for Tabi Po The Series). /cbb
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