According to Charice, getting into a relationship is not her priority right now.
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In 2005 Charice joined Little Big Star, a talent show in the Philippines loosely patterned after American Idol.
Eliminated after her first performance, she was called back as a wildcard contender and eventually became one of the finalists.
David Archuleta just debuted his first video in what feels like forever and it’s pretty amazing to watch.
The singer dropped the visual for “Up All Night” and later explained the true meaning and inspiration behind the song and video.
It's like if the haters annoy me, I'd annoy them even more by doing better...." "No one can pull you down if you don't allow them to, just believe in your power to do what you want!
Some says she don't deserved this too much attention. at her young age, she was exposed to this industry, internationally and making every Filipino in the world existed once again.
well, i think, she is young and witty and people just misinterpret it. charice is one in a million chances that anyone can have.
It charted within the Top 40 in a number of countries after its debut on The Oprah Winfrey Show where Charice sang live vocals.
Crossing over to acting on television, she joined the cast of TV series Glee as Sunshine Corazon.
Charmaine Clarice Relucio Pempengco (born May 10, 1992), known by the stage name Charice, is a Filipina singer who rose to popularity through You Tube.
Dubbed by Oprah Winfrey as "the most talented girl in the world", she released her first international studio album Charice in 2010.
“Years ago, I was up all night for a different reason because I was lost and confused, wondering where I was going in my life.
This family invited me to go out to rural Tennessee, away from everything and go fishing and to just spend time with them outside on their property,” he says.
She released "Before It Explodes", written by Bruno Mars, as the lead single from her second international studio album, Infinity.
In March 2012, she signed on to be one of the four judges of the Philippine version of The X Factor, which began airing on ABS-CBN in June.