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Singer Essay

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Rachelle Ann Go

Rachelle Ann Villalobos Go (born August 31, 1986) is a Chinese Filipino who won in several singing contests, the first of which was in Eat Bulaga! at age eleven. She rose to fame when she emerged as the Grand Champion of the reality talent search Search for a Star in 2004.[1] She has been managed by VIVA Artist Agency.
In July 2004, Go released her self-titled debut album with the singles "Love of My Life" and a remake of "Don't Cry Out Loud". It also includes her own cover version of Selena's "Dreaming of You". Since then, she has headlined concerts locally and ...view middle of the document...

Go's theater career continues as she was cast for the 2014 West End revival of the hit musical Miss Saigon, for the role of Gigi Van Tranh.[2] Following this, She was cast for the 30th anniversary staging of "Les Miserables" to play the role of Fantine.[3]
Birth name Rachelle Ann Villalobos Go
Also known as Shin
Born August 31, 1986 (age 29)
Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Origin Manila, Philippines
Genres
Pop R&B broadway
Occupation(s)
Singer actress model
Instruments
Vocals
Drums

Rachelle Ann Go was born on August 31, 1986. She is the daughter of Mr. Oscar Go and Mrs. Russel Villalobos-Go. She is the eldest of four children. She studied Pre-school level to Secondary level at La Immaculada Concepcion School (L.I.C.S) in Pasig City.[4] She was a choir member of the said school as well. Her two younger brothers also studied at La Immaculada Concepcion School (L.I.C.S), while her youngest sister is currently studying in the said school. She took up International Business and Entrepreneurship program at San Beda College but had to stop because she joined Search for a Star in GMA 7. In 2008, Go passed the University of the Philippines OPEN University entrance exam and enrolled.[5]

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