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Angeline Quinto: The Pop Superstar

Angeline QuintoBorn on November 26, 1989 in Sampaloc, Manila, Angeline Quinto is a Filipina singer and actress. Her claim to fame is being the winner of the reality talent show, Star Power: Sharon’s Search for the Next Female Pop Superstar, in 2011.

Before winning big in Star Power, Angeline was a habitue in singing contests, be it in small barangays or in big television networks. In fact, she was among the grand finalists of Star For A Night in 2003, the batch where Sarah Geronimo took home the title. She also joined MTB Teen Popstar, a singing talent search segment of the Kapamilya noontime variety show MTB, where she was declared the champion in 2005.

After winning Star Power, Angeline released her self-titled debut album under Star Records, which included her winning contest piece, “Patuloy Ang Pangarap.” This album received a Double Platinum certification from PARI. In 2012, she released Her second studio album entitled, "Fall In Love Again," which also received the Double Platinum certification. The following year, Angeline cut her latest studio album, "Higher Love."

Angeline eventually staged her first solo concert and performed abroad including opening for Sharon Cuneta in the Mega Star’s United States concert tour. She has also sung several theme songs for ABS-CBN television dramas and films such as Unofficially Yours, Walang Hanggan, Ina Kapatid Anak, Suddenly It’s Magic, Apoy Sa Dagat, Muling Buksan ang Puso and Ikaw Lamang.

In May 2012, Angeline made her first ever movie project, the romantic film Born To Love You, opposite Coco Martin. The following year, she appeared in very special roles in two Star Cinema movies, Four Sister and a Wedding and Bakit Hindi Ka Crush ng Crush Mo?

Also in 2013, Angeline Quinto was launched in her first TV series, the romantic comedy Kahit Konting Pagtingin, with Sam Milby and Paolo Avelino. She is currently a regular performer on the Sunday noontime variety program ASAP on ABS-CBN.

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