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  • Megastar to sit as jury member of “Your Face Sounds Familiar” with Gary V and Jed Madela SHARON COMES HOME TO ABS-CBN Sharon Cuneta was formally announced as one of the jury members of “Your Face Sounds Familiar,” ABSCBN’s newest variety show and the Megastar’s latest TV project.

    For the first time in her career, the Megastar will sit in a jury to critique the live performances of eight celebrity performers who will impersonate popular local and international music icons in the said program.

     

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    The announcement was made following a contract signing that was attended by Sharon, ABSCBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, COO Carlo Katigbak, free TV head Cory Vidanes, chief financial officer Aldrin Cerrado, TV production head Laurenti Dyogi, and business unit head Lui Andrada.

    Filipinos have witnessed the Megastar’s versatility as an artist both on television and in film. In her 34 years in the industry, she has been known to be a multi-platinum recording artist, award-winning actress, host, concert performer, and endorser.

    Apart from her credibility and experience as an entertainer, she has also endeared herself to audiences because of her fun personality and authenticity, which will surely add to the unique entertainment experience in “Your Face Sounds Familiar.”
    For the past few days, Sharon has expressed her excitement over her latest TV project on social media, thrilling speculation among her fans.

    “I love you all from the bottom of my heart for your unwavering love and support,” she told Sharonians on her Facebook page.

    Sharon will be joined in the jury by champion singer Jed Madela and Mr. Pure Energy Gary Valenciano. “Your Face Sounds Familiar,” which begins on March 14 and 15, will give total transformation to its celebrity performers, who will impersonate popular music icons and provide viewers with a concert-like entertainment experience.

    For updates, like www.facebook.comyourfaceph <http://www.facebook.com/yourfaceph> , or follow @YourFacePH on Twitter and Instagram. (Kane Errol Choa, ABS-CBN Corporation, OIC, Integrated Corporate Communications)

    At the contract signing are, from left, ABS-CBN Corporation TV Production Head Laurenti Dyogi, Business Unit Head Lui Andrada, Sharon’s manager Sandra Chavez, Star Cinema Head, Malou Santos, Free TV Head Cory Vidanes, Sharon Cuneta, President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, COO Carlo Katigbak, and CFO Aldrin Cerrado. (ABS-CBN)

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