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Regine Velasquez Net Worth

Regine Velasquez Net Worth

How rich is Regine Velasquez?

Regine Velasquez net worth:
$14 Million

Regine Velasquez information

Regine Velasquez information

Birth date: April 22, 1970
Birth place: Tondo, Philippines
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession:Singer, Record producer, Actor, Model, Theatre Director, Television presenter, Painter, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
Nationality:Philippines
Spouse:Ogie Alcasid (m. 2010)
Albums:Regine, R2K, Hulog Ka Ng Langit, Reigne

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Regine Velasquez Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Regine Velasquez, is a Filipina recording artist and actress, and is widely known for possessing an extensive vocal range. She was hailed by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry as the Philippines' Best-Selling Artist of All Time, with more than 7 million albums... Wikipedia

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen Awards, Philippines Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Musical or Comedy) Of All the Things (2012)
2009 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen Awards, Philippines Best Original Song Urduja (2008) · Joey de Leon (lyricist)
· Ogie Alcasid (composer)
2008 Special Award Star Awards for Movies PMPC's Darling of the Press.
2008 Star Award Star Awards for Movies Movie Theme Song of the Year Paano kita iibigin (2007) · Ogie Alcasid (composer)
· Piolo Pascual (interpreter)
2006 Golden Artist Award FAMAS Awards
2004 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen Awards, Philippines Best Original Song Pangarap ko ang ibigin ka (2003) · Ogie Alcasid

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen TV Awards, Philippines Outstanding Lifestyle Program Host Sarap Diva (2012)
2008 FAMAS Award FAMAS Awards Best Actress Paano kita iibigin (2007)
2008 FAP Award FAP Awards, Philippines Best Actress Paano kita iibigin (2007)
2008 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen Awards, Philippines Best Original Song Paano kita iibigin (2007) · Ogie Alcasid (music and lyrics)
· Piolo Pascual (performer)
2007 Special Award Star Awards for Movies Darling of the Press
2003 YCC Award Young Critics Circle, Philippines Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role Ikaw lamang hanggang ngayon (2002)


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#Fact
1 Son, Nathaniel James, with Ogie Alcasid (November 2011).
2 She mostly directed her own concerts, music videos and TV shows.
3 Sister-in-law of Raul Mitra, husband of sister Cacai.
4 Put up recording company Indiemusic, with sister Cacai Velasquez and brother-in-law Raul Mitra, and beau Ogie Alcasid.
5 Sister, Cacai, is also a professional singer.
6 First joined an amateur singing contest at age 6, performing "Buhat Nang Kita'y Makilala." As she could not read at that time, her father would sing it to her and she would memorize the lyrics. She lost that contest, but was given a special award for the brave performance.
7 First child of Teresita and Gerry Velasquez.
8 Although she was born in Manila, Philippines, Regine is popularly known to be from Bulacan where she grew up. Her family also stayed in Hinundayan, Southern Leyte where she spent her elementary years.
9 Her father resigned from his job as a construction estimator to fully attend to his daughter's career in 1986.
10 In her guesting at the talk-show Penthouse Live on February 16, 1986 after her first single flopped, host Martin Nievera' suggested Ms. Velasquez to use the more glamorous name Regine, instead of her then name, Chona. Show producer Ronnie Henares also offered to manage her career which she accepted.
11 At 14, she joined Bagong Kampeon, a television contest featuring the singing talents of Filipinos. She qualified with "Saan Ako Nagkamali", chosen by her father, and won with "In Your Eyes". The prize was a record deal from Octo-Arts.
12 She credits her singing talent to her father, who would submerge her in water up to her neck and have her do vocal exercises to strengthen her voice.
13 At early elementary age, Regine joined various singing competitions in provinces around the country. Out of 200 competitions she entered, she won 67 of them.
14 First recorded song was Love Me Again under Octo-Arts in 1986 as Chona Velasquez. It got cold response.
15 Introduced in The Untouchable Family (1988).

#Quote
1 Seeing them perform contributes to my growth as a singer, as an audience member and as a Filipino. I just think there should be balance. The number of foreign productions coming over should be regulated, the way it's done in Japan, Indonesia and India.
2 I know that Pinoys would rather watch these foreign artists, because they could always see locals perform some other day, anyway.
3 As a performer, I feel sad for artists who miss out on opportunities to earn because of these foreign acts. Sadly, we find ourselves competing against them.


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