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Star Magic marks 22nd anniversary on ASAP

Star Magic celebrates its 22nd anniversary on the ASAP stage.

Star Magic marks 22nd anniversary on ASAP-Kristhoff  Cagape
Kristhoff Cagape


05/27/2014 09:23 AM
Star Magic marks 22nd anniversary on ASAP
052714-SM_main.jpgStar Magic celebrated its 22nd year in a grand fashion show last Sunday, May 25, on ASAP. The fashion show was opened by Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo followed by Mirabella star Enrique Gil and Ikaw Lamang star Julia Montes. Comedians Pokwang, Chokoleit, and John Lapus also graced the ASAP stage. Teen stars Julia Barretto, Liza Soberano, and Michelle Vito were also present.

Kim Chiu and Xian Lim also participated while Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzales were also reunited during the event. Dyesebel co-stars Sam Milby and Gerald Anderson joined the fashion show and Bea Alonzo and Angelica Panganiban were also present. Piolo Pascual and Coco Martin closed the fashion show which sent the crowd into louder screams.

Various artists extended their greetings to Star Magic. 

"Happy 22nd anniversary Star Magic, mahal na mahal ko kayo," Zanjoe Marudo said. 

"Star Magic, happy 22nd year, parehas na tayo kasi diyan ako nagsimula sa Star Magic and sobrang ang daming dreams ang natupad sa Star Magic and thank you for helping me, and 'yun din siguro 'yung message ko na sa pagpapatuloy ng pagtupad sa mga pangarap ng mga kabataan and 'yung mga gustong mag-artista and for training them. Ako kasi talaga masayang maging Star Magic kasi alam mong alaga ka," John Prats said.

"Happy 22nd anniversary to my Star Magic family. I want to thank all the handlers, all the road managers, to Mr. M. (Johnny Manahan), to Ms. Mariole (Alberto), I know how hard you guys work para sa aming lahat. There are so many artists under you guys and you take care all of us and I know how hard it is. I just want to thank you for all your hard work and for all the love and support that you give us and in preparing us to be the best that we can be," Sam Milby said.