Ai-Ai Delas Alas feted at 44th Guillermo Mendoza Awards Though her heart is aching




An annual recognition of the most popular and commercially viable performers in Philippine showbiz, it is the only mainstream showbiz award-giving body that announces all its honorees in advance.

The Box Office Entertainment Awards does not traffic in controversy. Still better known as the Guillermo Mendoza Awards because it is given out by the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation, it does not claim to be an arbiter of taste or merit, only popularity.

Whenever showbiz figures are involved nevertheless controversy is inevitable.

It would turn out later that they had broken up for good.During last year’s ceremony, for instance, the big issue came courtesy of second-time Box Office King awardee Derek Ramsay, who had just raised eyebrows by announcing his transfer from ABS-CBN to TV5 and then admitted to News5 that night that his six-year relationship with Angelica Panganiban was on the rocks.
Angelica is among the awardees at this year’s event, held Sunday at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, but it was comedienne Ai-Ai de las Alas whom people were whispering about as she attended the ceremony to receive her share of the night’s biggest award — Phenomenal Box Office Star — with “Sisterakas” co-stars Kris Aquino and Vice Ganda.

Ai-Ai had appeared in a heart-rending taped interview on “ The Buzz” a few hours ago where she spilled the ugly details of her separation of Jed Sagang former husband a month ago.

The following is the Awardees complete list for the 44th Box Office Entertainment Awards:

Phenomenal Box-Office Stars: Vice Ganda, Kris Aquino, Ai-Ai de las Alas
Box-Office King: John Lloyd Cruz
Box-Office Queen: Bea Alonzo
Film Actor of the Year: Dingdong Dantes
Film Actresses of the Year: Angelica Panganiban and Angel Locsin
Prince of Philippine Television: Coco Martin
Princess of Philippine Television: Julia Montes

Most Promising Male Star of the Year: Daniel Padilla
Most Promising Female Star of the Year: Kathryn Bernardo
Prince of Philippine Movies: Luis Manzano
Princess of Philippine Movies: Toni Gonzaga

Most Popular Recording/Performing Group: Sponge Cola
Most Promising Recording/Performing Group: Chicsers
Most Popular Novelty Singers: Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Ryzza Mae Dizon (“Cha Cha Cha”)
Most Popular Loveteam on Television: Richard Yap and Jodi Sta. Maria

All Time Favorite Love Team in Movies and TV: Richard Gomez and Dawn Zulueta
Most Promising Loveteam: Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo
Most Popular Male Child Performer: Bugoy Carino
Most Popular Female Child Performer: Ryzza Mae Dizon
Most Popular Film Producers: Star Cinema and Viva Films
Most Popular Film Director: Wenn Deramas

Most Popular Screenwriter: Olivia Lamasan/Vanessa Valdez (The Mistress)
Most Popular TV Program News & Public Affairs: “24 Oras” (GMA-7)
Most Popular Daytime TV Drama Series: “Be Careful With My Heart” (ABS-CBN)
Most Popular Primetime TV Drama Series: “Walang Hanggan” (ABS-CBN)
Most Popular TV Program Musical Variety: “Eat Bulaga” (GMA-7)
Most Popular TV Program Talent Search/Reality: “X-Factor Philippines” (ABS-CBN)

Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award: Noel Trinidad
Male Concert Performers of the Year: Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola
Female Concert Performer of the Year: Anne Curtis
Male Recording Artist of the Year: Christian Bautista
Female Recording Artist of the Year: Aiza Seguerra
Promising Male Singer/Performer: Robin Nievera
Promising Female Singer/Performer: Zia Quizon



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