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5th VP Choice Awards: DonBelle sweeps the Television Category for ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’

5th VP Choice Awards: DonBelle sweeps the Television Category for ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’

The primetime debut of DonBelle on ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ was a hit that swept multiple awards on the recently concluded 5th VP Choice Awards. The primetime show won the TV Series of the Year (Primetime). Meanwhile, It came as no surprise when DonBelle also bagged the Loveteam of the Year award for the third consecutive year making their tandem much stronger thanks to the show’s success.

Donbelle Photo from the 4th VP Choice Awards

Furthermore, Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano‘s performances in Can’t Buy Me Love also earned them the Primetime TV Actor of the Year and TV Actress of the Year accolades and have truly made a mark in the industry. Indeed, these awards are the fruit of their labor. Their love team, ‘DonBelle,’ earned many fans during the eight-month run of their show.

Additionally, Vivoree and Karina Bautista, co-stars of DonBelle in “Can’t Buy Me Love,” attended the 5th VP Choice Awards Night and received the TV Series award on behalf of the cast and crew. Vivoree won TV Supporting Actress of the Year for her performance in the series, while Karina received the Female Promising Star award. Donny and Belle couldn’t attend due to their schedules, but they shared a video speech to thank the panels and their fans.

DonBelle’s success at the 5th VP Choice Awards

It’s no secret that many tuned in to watch how the hit show ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ will play out. Their debut primetime show showcased their versatility as actors. They shocked fans and viewers alike with how much life they brought into the characters.

The love team and the show remind us that having wealth doesn’t guarantee love or happiness. No matter how wealthy you are, the true happiness in life is in the moments where genuine connection is created. Also, it reminds us to be in the moment, because tomorrow is never guaranteed.

DonBelle’s performances as an actor go beyond TV plots, it etches itself in the fans and viewers. No wonder the Pipol have spoken and voted for them to win in this category. ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ is truly a feat we all should recognize!

The Village Pipol Choice Awards acknowledge excellence in travel, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, and business. This year’s theme, “Celestial Radiance: A Night of Luminous Elegance,” allowed stars to shine brightly. The judging criteria this year come from 50% votes on the BingoPlus Voting Portal and VP Choice Awards’ official page, and another 50% from a panel of judges, and from the Village Pipol editorial team.

Village Pipol would like to thank

The 5th VP Choice Awards is produced by Village Pipol Magazine and Red Entertainment Inc.. Lead presented by BINGOPLUS, and co-presented by Converge Business SME Services and FLEEK. Moreover, the show achieved success with major sponsorships from Spotlight Cosmetics, Visualscape Graphics and Design, AMATERASU Sun Goddess, EPLAYMENT, Puregold and event styling partner 8 Century Events and Catering.

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The organizers also express their gratitude to J&T Express, Variahealth, JOHNREV Skinceuticals, Aqua Sweet, Sip Purified Water, CC6 Helping the Community, pina Skincare, B Coffee, and Sumarni Aesthetics for being our sponsors.

The award-giving body also acknowledges the great contribution of their collaborators for this year’s event: Jhay Layson, Marqed Salon, HORIZON Digital Management, Joey Peria Event and Floristry, Tangere, ON THE GO Mobile Bar, Design Therapy Experience, Momentous Journey, Faithworks Mirror Photobooth and Events, and Philgifts.

Meanwhile, the Tech Expert Partner in the 5th VP Choice Awards was Gizguide and the following are our media partners: Philstar Global, Business Week Mindanao, Pilipino Mirror, BusinessWeek National, blogapalooza, LionhearTV, KLIK.PH, The New Channel, ZOE Broadcasting Network, and A2Z.

Meanwhile, among the significant changes employed in this year’s event is its partnership with Dialysis Support Group PH as its beneficiary through the percentage of the proceeds from the Facebook reel stars during the voting season. 

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