Geneva Cruz, and check out Geneva Cruz on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet.
Cruz began her career in 1989 as one of the lead singers of the popular group Smokey Mountain.[1] The Smokey Mountain album went double platinum. She was married to MTV VJ KC Montero from 2000 until 2012.[1] She has an eighteen-year-old son, Heaven, by musician Paco Arespacochaga.
On August 2013, Cruz got engaged to a Filipino - Australian named Lee Paulsen, but later on decided to break the engagement off.
In 2013, Cruz joined the PETA campaign to free Mali, an elephant currently in captivity at the Manila Zoo, and have her transferred to Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand.
Gretchen Barretto, and check out Gretchen Barretto on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet. Gretchen Barretto (born March 6, 1970) is a Filipina actress from the Philippines.[1] She was launched in Regal Films' 14 Going on Steady as a singer-actress, with the release of her debut single "Going Steady", which served as the soundtrack single to her debut film.
Barretto was launched as one of the newest Regal Babies together with former child actress Janice de Belen upcoming actress Nadia Montenegro.
In 1992, while shooting the movie Ako Ang Katarungan, Barretto was involved in a highly controversial relationship with married actor Bong Revilla whom she had an affair with for four months.[6] Barretto moved back to her home studio Regal Films in that same year. In June 1994, Barretto became the witness to the scandal in the Manila Film Festival (which is not to be mistaken for the Metro Manila Film Festival which is held every December).[7] In that said event, Barretto presented the award for Best Actress alongside Miss Universe Mauritius beauty queen Viveka Babajee and actor Rocky Gutierrez, where both announced actress Ruffa Gutierrez as the recipient of the award when it was Aiko Melendez who actually won the award.[8][9] Rocky Gutierrez was caught on camera slipping the envelope with the winner's name in his pocket while Babajee was heard uttering the words "Take it! Throughout the late nineties, Barretto co-hosted the variety show ASAP in ABS-CBN but her serious comeback to acting began in a special portrayal in the drama series Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan top-billed by sister Claudine Barretto in 2001. In 2008, Barretto released her debut album Unexpected to signal the launch of her music career. In 2010, Barretto returned to do another episode in Maalaala Mo Kaya portraying a widow who falls in love with a parish priest, which was portrayed by Jomari Yllana.[27] Barretto again won another the award for Best Single Performance by an Actress in the PMPC Star Awards for Television, marking her second win in this category. Barretto is the fifth out of seven children by Miguel Alvir Barretto and Estrella Castelo Barretto.[33] Her two younger siblings Marjorie Barretto, Claudine Barretto, and niece Julia Barretto are also actresses.


She was also the very first Grand Prize winner (and the youngest) of "The Voice of Asia" in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, Russia in 1992. In the late eighties, Barretto rose to prominence after gaining success in skin flicks produced by Seiko Films like Tukso, Layuan Mo Ako!, Ang Bukas Ay Akin, Ama, Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan?, Lumayo Ka Man Sa Akin and Bakit Ako Mahihiya?. Barretto released her debut single entitled "Going Steady", which was also the official theme song of the movie 14 Going on Steady in which she top-billed along with de Belen and Montenegro.[2] The single was critically panned but became a radio hit in the Philippines. In 1989, Barretto's image was revamped from being a teenybopper actress to a full-fledged sex siren. Take it!" while handing the award to Ruffa Gutierrez.[10] The same incident happened to the announcement of the winner of Best Actor in which Ruffa Gutierrez and actress Nanette Medved declared Gabby Concepcion as the winner, when it was actor Edu Manzano who was the real recipient of the award. She also went public in announcing her relationship with billionaire business tycoon Tony Cojuangco, a man twenty years her senior. Barretto revealed that it was her sister Claudine who convinced her to return to acting after a long break from being away from the spotlight. Barretto embarked in her biggest television project in 2010 with the drama series Magkaribal, which originally featured Barretto opposite sister Claudine, however, the latter moved to rival network GMA during the show's pre-production.
Cruz's first solo album, I Like You, went double platinum The album produced several hit singles, including the title track and "Anak ng Pasig" (from the movie of the same title) in which Geneva appeared.
She appeared in several films like Ang Lihim Ng Golden Buddha, Ipaglalaban Ko, Tukso, Layuan Mo Ako!, Ama, Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan and Paminsan-Minsan. In 2001, Barretto appeared with sisters Marjorie and Claudine in Private Conversations with Boy Abunda which became her first public interview together with her siblings.
Magkaribal starred Barretto alongside actress Bea Alonzo (who became Claudine's replacement), Angel Aquino and model-actor Derek Ramsay. Her debut album, Unexpected, was released in 2008, and her second album Complicated was released a year after. Despite being launched as a singer-actress, Barretto never got the chance to record a studio album due to the annual movies lined up for her.


Due to the string of successful softcore films she starred in, Barretto, along with actresses Rita Avila, Cristina Gonzales and Rina Reyes, were tagged as the "ST Queens" (which stands for "sex trip") since they were among the most popular softcore actresses in Philippine cinema at that time. Two years later, acclaimed filmmaker Carlo Caparas cast Barretto as Dolores Josefa in the historical film Tirad Pass: The Story of Gen. In that same year, Barretto returned to acting through an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya where she played a mistress of a politician, opposite Phillip Salvador and Tonton Gutierrez.[24] It was in this drama anthology that Barretto finally won her first acting award, PMPC Star Awards for TV's Best Single Performance by an Actress. In that same year, Bench launched Barretto's first perfume line called Greta.[28] Barretto won the award for Best Drama Actress in the PMPC Star Awards for Television for Magkaribal a year later. Her second solo album "In the name of Love went platinum and produced hits like "Ang Gaan ng Feeling" and "In the Name of Love". Gregorio del Pilar opposite Romnick Sarmienta and Joel Torre.[14] Barretto took a hiatus in showbiz to concentrate on her life as a mother, and partner to Cojuangco. Matakot Ka Sa Karma became Barretto's first film since 1997's Tirad Pass: The Story of Gen. A year later, she released her second album entitled Complicated and released the single "Ready to Take a Chance Again".
It was in that same year that she ended her contract with Seiko Films in an attempt to make her image more wholesome and commercial to the public.
Barretto left Show & Tell after she became pregnant with Tonyboy Cojuangco's love child.



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