Kapamilya Stars take biggest haul of Guillermo Mendoza Awards
STARS from the Kapamilya network dominated this year’s 48th Box Office Entertainment Awards of the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation, getting the most number of awards.
Vice Ganda and Coco Martin were named Phenomenal Stars of the Philippine Cinema for the box office success of their 2016 movie, “The Super Parental Guardians.”
Coco, who also stars in the long-running primetime show, “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” was also recognized for Breakthrough Performance by an Actor.
His primetime show, which has been extended till 2018, was hailed the Most Popular TV Program Primetime Drama, along with Arjo Atayde named as Supporting Actor of the Year for TV, Supporting Actress of the Year for TV award for Susan Roces, Yassi Pressman as Most Promising TV Actress of the Year, McNeal “Awra” Briguela, as the Breakthrough Child Star of Movies and TV, and Simon “Onyok” Pineda as Most Popular Male Child Performer Kapamilya loveteam Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo will also be receiving their awards for their 2016 movie, “Barcelona: A Love Untold,” as they were named as the new Box Office King and Queen.
Meanwhile, Kapuso loveteam and “Destined To Be Yours” stars Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, are the new Prince and Princess of Philippine Movies, respectively for their hit 2016 movie, “Imagine You and Me.”
Alden is Male Recording Artist of the Year for his first album under GMA Records, “Wish I May” which achieved a Diamond Record status, and his second album, “Say It Again” which was given the Gold Record award. Sarah Geronimo was named Female Recording Artist of the Year for her “Great Unknown” album which earned the Platinum Record status.
The 48th Box Office Entertainment Awards night will be held at Henry Lee Irwin Theater, Ateneo de Manila University on May 14.
Here’s the complete list of winners:
Phenomenal Stars of Philippine Cinema – Vice Ganda and Coco Martin
Box Office King and Queen – Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo
Film Actor and Actress of the Year – Dingdong Dantes and Vilma Santos
Breakthrough Performance by an Actor in A Single Program – Coco Martin
TV Actor and Actress of the Year – Jericho Rosales and Kim Chiu
Prince and Princesss of Philippine Movies – Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza
Prince and Princess of Philippine Television – James Reid and Nadine Lustre
Most Popular Loveteam of the Year – Enrique Gil & Liza Soberano
Most Promising Loveteam of the Year – McCoy de Leon & Elisse Joson
TV Supporting Actor and Actress of the Year – Arjo Atayde and Susan Roces
Most Promising Movie Actor and Actress of the Year – Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto
Most Promising TV Actor and Actress of the Year – Joseph Marco and Yassi Pressman
Male Concert Performers of the Year – Martin Nievera & Erik Santos
Female Concert Performers of the Year – Regine Velasquez & Angeline Quinto
Male and Female Recording Artist of the Year – Alden Richards and Sarah Geronimo
Most Promising Male and Female Singer/Performer of the Year – Bailey May and Ylona Garcia
Most Popular Recording/Performing Group – #Hashtags
Most Promising Recording/Performing Group – That’s My Bae
Breakthrough Child Star of Movies & TV – McNeal “Awra” Briguela
Most Popular Male and Female Child Performer – Simon “Onyok” Pineda and Xia Vigor
All-Time Favorite Actor and Actress – Ian Veneracion and Jodi Sta. Maria
Most Popular Film Producer/Production – Star Cinema
Most Popular Screenwriter – Olivia Lamasan &
Most Popular Film Director – Bb. Joyce Bernal
Most Popular TV Program – News & Public Affairs – 24 Oras
Most Popular TV Program Primetime Drama – FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano
Most Popular TV Program Daytime Drama – Greatest Love
Most Popular TV Program-Talent Search/Reality/Talk/Game – The Voice Kids Season 3
Most Popular TV Program – Musical Variety/Noontime & Primetime – ASAP
Comedy Actor and Actress of the Year – Vic Sotto and Angelica Panganiban
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