‘Amakabogera’ Maymay Entrata nominated for Best Asia Act at 2022 MTV EMAs
Maymay Entara is the only Filipino artist who made it to the list of nominees for Best Asia Act at the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs).
The actress and “Amakabogera” singer will be vying for the Best Asia Act award against Indonesian singer-songwriter NIKI, J-pop group The Rampage from Exile Tribe, Thai singer SILVY and South Korean boy group Tomorrow x Together, as seen on MTV Asia’s Twitter page yesterday, Oct. 12.
“Time for you and your [favorite] to make history! Vote for your [favorite] nominee now and they might be your 2022’s MTV EMA Best Asia Act!” it stated.
Time for you and your fav to make history! 🙌 Vote for your fav nominee now and they might be your 2022's MTV EMA Best Asia Act! 🏆@maymayentrata07 @nikizefanya @silvymusic_ @therampagefext @TXT_bighit #MTVEMA #BestAsiaActFEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENT
— MTV Asia (@mtvasia) October 12, 2022
Entrata gushed over her nomination and expressed gratitude to the MTV EMAs, via her Instagram page on Wednesday. She also asked for support from her fans, called kabogeras.
“A huge thank you po to @mtvema for recognizing my song and giving me the privilege to be with the other amazing artists, nominated in this category!” she said. “At sa mahal kong kabogeras, ‘di tayo aabot dito kundi dahil po sa inyo, maraming salamat po.” (And to my beloved kabogeras, we would not reach this if it weren’t for all of you, thank you very much.)
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Fans who wish to express support to their chosen artists may do so by voting through MTV EMA’s online platform until Nov. 9 (Nov. 10, Philippine time).
The 2022 edition of the MTV EMAs will be held at the PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany on Nov. 13. It will also be broadcast live on MTV channels across 170 countries. EDV
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