Whatelse can Sarah Geronimo ask for?
She’s been hailed the Box Office Queen (It Takes a Man and a Woman) most recently during the 45th Box Office Entertainment Awards while John Lloyd Cruz took home the Box Office King (It Takes a Man and a Woman) title.
Her career is definitely at its peak. She stars in a new film (Maybe This Time) with Coco Martin which is scheduled for release on May 28th. It is sure to become a blockbuster hit as well.
Could Sarah be Megastar number 2?
Here’s the list of winners from last weekend’s OEA.
MANILA – Singer-actress Sarah Geronimo brought home not one but four awards at the 45th Box Office Entertainment Awards held Sunday night at Solaire Resorts and Casino.
For the third time, the award-giving body recognized Geronimo’s popularity as a movie star, hailing her as its Box Office Queen, for her role as Laida Magtalas in the Star Cinema movie “It Takes a Man and a Woman.”
The Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation also named the 25-year-old “Voice of the Philippines” judge as the Female Concert Performer for her “Perfect 10” show and Female Recording Artist of the Year for her album “Expressions.”
Radiant in a Pepsi Herrera creation, Geronimo also won the Female Star of the Night award during the ceremony.
Her leading man, John Lloyd Cruz was named as the Box Office King also for “It Takes a Man and a Woman.”
Several Kapamilya stars and programs also received top honors in the annual awards show.
Here is the complete list of winners at the 45th Guillermo Mendoza Box-Office Awards:
Box Office King: John Lloyd Cruz (It Takes a Man and a Woman)
Box Office Queen: Sarah Geronimo (It Takes a Man and a Woman)
Phenomenal Box Office Stars: Vic Sotto (My Little Bossings) and Vice Ganda (Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy)
Phenomenal Box Office Child Stars: Ryzza Mae Dizon and James Aquino Yap Jr. (My Little Bossings)
Film Actor of the Year: Robin Padilla (10,000 Hours)
Film Actress of the Year: Maricel Soriano (Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy)
Prince of Philippine Movies: Daniel Padilla
Princess of Philippine Movies: Kathryn Bernardo
Most Promising Male Star of the Year: Enrique Gil
Most Promising Female Star of the Year: Janella Salvador
Male Concert Performer of the Year: Vice Ganda
Female Concert Performer of the Year: Sarah Geronimo
Male Recording Artist of the Year: Christian Bautista
Female Recording Artist of the Year: Sarah Geronimo
Promising Male Singer/Performer: Daniel Padilla
Promising Female Singer/Performer: Bea Binene
Most Popular Recording/Performing Group: Calla Lily
Most Promising Recording/Performing Group: 1:43 (Sa Isang Sulyap Mo)
Most Popular Novelty Singer: Toni Gonzaga (Kahit Na)
Top Rating Primetime Drama: “Juan dela Cruz” (ABS-CBN)
Top Rating Daytime Drama: “Be Careful With My Heart” (ABS-CBN)
Top Rating News and Public Affairs: “Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho” (GMA-7)
Top Reality Talk/Talent Search/Game Show: “The Voice of the Philippines” (ABS-CBN)
Top Rating Noontime Musical/Variety Program: “Eat Bulaga!” (GMA-7)
Most Popular Loveteam on Television: Richard Yap and Jodi Sta. Maria
Most Promising Loveteam on Television: Janella Salvador and Jerome Ponce
Most Popular Male Child Performer: Raikko Mateo (Honesto)
Most Popular Female Child Performer: Mutya Orquia (Be Careful With My Heart)
Most Popular Film Producer: Star Cinema
Most Popular Screenwriter: Carmi Raymundo (It Takes A Man and A Woman)
Most Popular Film Directors: Marlon Rivera (My Little Bossings) and Wenn Deramas (Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy)
Female Star of the Night: Sarah Geronimo
Male Star of the Night: Enchong Dee
Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award: Pokwang
Government Service Award: Manila Mayor Joseph E. Estrada