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Donna Cruz sings “Buhay ng Buhay Ko” (translation: “Life of my Life”) , “Salamat Pelikula” (translation: “Thank you, Cinema”) and a medley of songs “Isang Lahi” (translation: “One Race”) with Vina Morales and Nora Aunor. More…
Jollibee’s Apat na Sikat TVC is released in time with the latest movie stint (“Campus Girls”) of the these four beautiful stars: Donna Cruz, Vina Morales, Donita Rose, Geneva Cruz. Bobby Andrews is the male ‘leading man’ in this TVC. Each has her own sikat number “Sikat number 1,” “Sikat number 2,” “Sikat number 3,” and “Sikat number 4” which corresponds to an affordably delicious set meal offering in the number one fast-food chain in the Philippines, Jollibee.
A refreshing movie that’s a great opener to 1995, Campus Girls is a novel film in its own class. It shows the fun friendship and struggles of our 4 heroines, coming from four different family backgrounds. The movie shows the different aspects of each of the girls’ lives, their daily struggles and challenges in their friendly, and how they all came together in the end.
Donna Cruz together with the top singers in the Philippines- Sharon Cuneta, Janno Gibbs, Vina Morales, Ella Mae Saison, Agot Isidro, Louie Reyes, F.O.J., Jun Polistico, & The Tux perform the 1995 World Youth Day theme.
agot isidro, Ella Mae Saison, F.O.J., Janno Gibbs, John Lesaca, jollibee, Jun Polistico, Louie Ocampo, Louie Reyes, music, Ryan Cayabyab, Sharon Cuneta, The Tux, trina belamide, vina morales, viva records, World Youth Day