LOOK: 10 TV5 artists who transferred to ABS-CBN

September 10, 2017 4:24 AM

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Three years after, Amon said she “risked” leaving the Kapatid network to audition in the first season of “The Voice.” She reached the semi-finals with Sarah Geronimo as her coach and went on to become one of the “ASAP Birit Queens.”

It has been four years since this star of “The Better Half” became a Kapamilya. He joined GMA-7 in 2003, then moved to TV5 in 2010.

De Vera starred in several TV shows in all three networks. Among his previous projects in ABS-CBN are “You’re My home,” “The Legal Wife,” and “Moon of Desire.”

This actress entered showbiz in 2005 via GMA-7’s talent search “StarStruck.” She transferred to TV5 six years later and starred in the drama series “Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak” (2011) and “Felina: Prinsesa ng mga Pusa” (2012).

In her two years so far as a Kapamilya, Muñoz top-billed several movies and TV shows, including “Pasion de Amor,” “Magpahanggang Wakas,” “Always Be My Maybe,” and “Can We Still be Friends?”

This actor kicked off his showbiz dream in 2012 via TV5’s “Artista Academy.” He then appeared on several TV shows, including “Beki Boxer” and “Jasmine.”

On his first anniversary as a Kapamilya, Abrenica became part of the series “Wildflower.” His brother, Aljur, joined ABS-CBN this year.

This “Artista Academy” alumnus was a TV5 talent for almost five years, starring in various TV shows and movies such as “The Baker King” and “Tasya Fantasya.”

It was only a month ago when he became a Kapamilya. Currently, he is one of the vampires in “La Luna Sangre.”

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Source: news.abs-cbn.com

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