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Reinanay Julianne Torres Is The First “Reina Ng Tahanan: Ang Pinakanatatanging Ina”

Reinanay Julianne Torres Is The First “Reina Ng Tahanan: Ang Pinakanatatanging Ina”

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Reinanay Julianne Torres showcased her wit and talent to be crowned as the first “Reina ng Tahanan: Ang Pinakanatatanging Ina” as part of “It’s Showtime” month-long 12th anniversary celebration.

Julianne bested her fellow grand finalists Leona Andersen and Lilia Aban after earning the highest total combined score of 96.8% from choosegados Amy Perez, Ruffa Gutierrez, Janice de Belen, and special guests Elisse Joson and Gloria Diaz in the final round of Q & A.

As the first “Reina ng Tahanan: Ang Pinakanatatanging Ina,” the Reinanay from Muntinlupa City won P300,000, a brand-new house and lot from Lumina, a negosyo package worth P248,000 from UrbaniTea, jewelry package worth P112,000 from Manila Diamond Studio, and a crown designed by Manny Halasan. Meanwhile, Leona got P100,000, and jewelry set as first runner-up and Lilia won P50,000, and jewelry set as second runner-up.

The other finalists were Diana Jade Salundaguit, Catrina Antonio, Analyn Salvador, Zenaida Villas, and Yolly Magat.

The “Reina ng Tahanan” grand finals also gave out special awards, such as The Greatest Showmom Award to Lilia Aban, Gowndang Nanay Award to Julianne Torres, MAMAasahang Kaibigan Award to Zenaida Villas, and Madlang Pipol’s Choice to Leona Andersen.

The Reinanays were also serenaded by Nyoy Volante, Jed Madela, Jason Dy, and “TNT” grand winners JM Yosures and Reiven Umali.

Netizens also turned in to the “Reina ng Tahanan: Ang Pinakanatatanging Ina” as the grand finals’ official hashtag #TangingReINAngTahanan made it to the list of trending topics on Twitter Philippines.

Starting this Monday (November 22), the longest-running singing competition “Tawag ng Tanghalan” is back for its sixth season.

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World Vision Lauds New Philippine Law Prohibiting Child Marriage

World Vision lauds the recent passage of a new law recognizing Pinoy child marriage as a form of abuse, ensuring that children are loved, protected, and cared for not only at home but also in the community.

2GO Moves 500 Tons Of Critical Goods To Typhoon-Hit Areas

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Airspeed Bridges Communities To Bring Critical Relief To Typhoon-Hit Areas

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International Peace Conference To Commemorate Civilian-Led Peace Agreement In Mindanao

An international online peace conference will be held to celebrate the 8th anniversary of a civilian-led peace agreement in Mindanao on the 24th of January.

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