Aiza Seguerra - International Artist
MOST child stars fade into oblivion when they grow up so Aiza Seguerra is so thankful that she's still very much active in showbiz mainly as a singer. If she became a teen actress, would she have also come out about her sexual preference? "I think so," she says. "Noon pa naman, kita nang hindi ako girl. Imagine, nang mag-church wedding ang parents ko, ako ang ring bearer. May girl bang ganun? At saka hindi rin ako makakatagal kasi noong pine-pair ako kay Spencer Reyes, nanghihilakbot ako tuwing hahawakan niya ko."
She's grateful that the public has accepted her sexual orientation. She and her girlfriend Chen have been on for six years now. "Ang dami talagang blessings na dapat kong ipagpasalamat. Tulad nitong chance to sing and release my album in Singapore and various other Asian countries. Hindi ko naman hiningi ito pero kusang binigay ni Lord."
Her first album, "Open Arms, Asian Edition" is certified platinum. It was also released in Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea. The reception is great so she's now releasing her second Asian album, "Perhaps Love," launched at Odyssey Megamall last Tuesday and in "ASAP" this Sunday. "All the songs here are for easy listening, which is what the Singapore record execs want. Kasama rito ang favorite ko, 'Almost Over You,' na very proud ako kasi sobrang ganda ng areglo, also 'Forever and a Day,' 'She's Gone,' "Ellie My Love," 'Ngayong Wala Ka Na,' 'Angel,' 'I'll Be Over You,' 'A Thousand Miles,' and others."
Aiza will also promote the album at SM Fairview on May 23, SM North Edsa on May 28, SM Bacoor on June 13, Robinsons Manila on June 17, Sta. Lucia on June 19, SM Marilao on June 20, SM Tarlac on June 25, SM Baguio on June 26, SM Rosales on June 27, and Star Malls Pampanga on July 3. She's flying to Singapore next week to launch the album there and shoot a new music video.
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