Charice singing Fantasia's 'I Believe' for the Bantay Bata 10th Anniversary Celebration. 'Bantay Bata' is a non-government organization in the Philippines which provides protection and support for abused children.
Disclaimer: Y'all know the works. If I own ABS, I'll be rich and hated by now, but alas, I'm broke and loved.
Here's some good news to contrast the dark cloud hanging over Charice right now: KBS TV documentary on her and on Filipinos love of music. Vid courtesy of betch.
Disclaimer: I don't think a disclaimer is needed for KBS.I mean, with all the Korean dramas out there, I don't think they are as fickle as ABS-CBN. But just to make sure: they make us wanna say we own it, but we said no, no, no.
Charice and her mom were victims of a gang in the Philippines. The gang took their purses, which included their cellphones, wallets, amd most importantly, their passports.
Talk show host Willie Revillame said that Charice is not mad about the money; she just wants her passport back. She said that she understands that the culprits must have been in a dire situation and was merely forced by poverty to steal.
It's also unfortunate since Charice had just been recently invited to guest on a show in London.
Charice and a friend singing live over some breakfast. I remember this vid being posted a couple of months ago but Falsevoice2 suddenly took it down. I'm glad that it's back, though. I love the fact that everything's very natural in the vid, not to mention that the song's my fav from 'The Prince of Egypt' soundtrack. Vid courtesy of Falsevoice2.