Janella Salvador Biography
Janella Salvador is a Filipino actress and singer. She debuted in the hit series Be Careful With My Heart (2012–14) and starred in Oh My G!, Haunted Mansion, Born for You and So Connected. Salvador has sung for Disney, won a FAMAS Award and three PMPC Awards.
Janella Salvador Age
She was born on 30 March 1998, Cebu City, Philippines. She is 21 years old as of 2019.
Janella Salvador Height
She measures 1.65 meters tall.
Janella Salvador Parents|Mother Father
She is the daughter of West End musical actress 1992 Miss Saigon’s Jenine Desiderio and Juan Miguel Salvador (of the Salvador clan), former lead vocalist of Rage Band. Her father is also an Awit Award-winning songwriter and has credits such as True Faith’s Sumasarap Ang Gising and Regine Velasquez’ Light In The Dark.
Janella Salvador Siblings
She has a brother named Russell Salvador.
Janella Salvador Boyfriend
She is not in a relationship. She breaks up with her boyfriend and its rumored that she together with Markus Paterson.
Janella Salvador And Maja Salvador
Janella Salvador is the niece to Maja salvado.
Janella Salvador Movie
- So Connected
- My Fairy Tail Love Story
- Bloody Crayons
- Mano Po 7: Tsinoy
- Haunted Mansion
Janella Salvador Songs
- Mahal Kita Pero
- Janella Salvador · 2015
- Give Thanks
- We Are All God’s Children · 2014
- Ganyan Talaga
- Janella Salvador · 2015
- I Can 2015
- How Far I’ll Go 2016
- Kapag Tumibok Ang Puso 2015
- Tick Tock Love 2015
- Mananatili 2016
- Wow Na Feelings
- Himig Handog 2017 · 2017
- Teka Muna Pag-Ibig
- Janella Salvador · 2015
- Alam Mo Ba 2016
- Harana Na Na Na Na 2015
- Take It Easy 2019
- Dear Heart 2015
- Pumapag-Ibig 2016
- Nung Tayo Pa
- Anata 2016
- Hey It’s Mem 2017
- Ikaw 2016
- Happily Ever After
Janella Salvador Moana
Janella Salvador Love Team
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Janella Salvador And Marlo Mortel
Janella Salvador And Marco Gumabao
Salvador and Marco Gumabao were spotted together in a bar in The Fort. This happened after the concert of Marlo Mortel on October 26 where she was a guest singer. Salvador and Marco Gumabao defended themselves saying they went to the bar with a set of friends.
Janella Salvador Horror Movie
Haunted Mansion (formerly Retreat House and originally titled Rest House) is 2015 Filipino supernatural, horror film directed and written by Jun Lana, starring Salvador, Marlo Mortel, Jerome Ponce, Janice de Belen, and Iza Calzado. It was the debut film of Salvador after her successful stint on television. It was an official entry to the 41st Metro Manila Film Festival. It was released on December 25, 2015.
The film follows a group of high school kids who are spending the night in a retreat house. When they learn that the retreat house is haunted, they set out to look for the ghosts just for fun, but find out soon enough that the urban legends are real. The film received generally positive reviews from film critics praising its cinematography, visual effects, production design, and musical score. The film’s cast was also praised for their performances.
Janella Salvador How Far I’ll Go
“How Far I’ll Go” is a song from Disney’s 2016 animated feature film Moana. It was written and produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda. The song was performed in the film by American actress and singer Auliʻi Cravalho in her role as Moana. It was released along with the album on November 18, 2016. Canadian singer Alessia Cara also recorded the song for the Moana soundtrack. The song was nominated for Best Original Song at the 89th Academy Awards and Best Original Song at the 74th Golden Globe Awards but lost both to “City of Stars” from La La Land.
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Janella Salvador News
Bela over Yassi? Janella over Julia? Yamyam explains ideal leading lady picks
MANILA—What was supposed to be a simple game about who he would prefer as a his leading lady quickly turned into a lesson about which celebrity is related to who for Yamyam Gucong.
The winner of “Pinoy Big Brother: Otso” found himself in the hot seat over his ideal actress on “Tonight With Boy Abunda.”
He was made to choose between pairs and was pretty confused when the pictures of Bela Padilla and Yassi Pressman popped up.
He picked Padilla but for the wrong reason: he thought that she was the daughter of Robin Padilla, his acting idol.
After learning that Robin is Bela’s uncle, he quickly said: “Si Bela pa rin. Kasi napagkamalan ko siyang anak ni Robin.”
Gucong also seemed unsure about the relationship of Janella Salvador and Maja Salvador. Though this time, he choose to go with the safe answer of saying that they’re “magkamag-anak.”
He picked Janella over Julia Barretto.
On the topic of leading ladies, Gucong was also asked about whether his girlfriend would approve of him having one. He said that his partner is very understanding and even had a message for her.
“Huwag kang mag-aalala kasi sikat lang ako pero ang puso ko, ikaw pa rin ang alam,” he said.
Gucong won “PBB” last Sunday, winning P2 million. He acknowledged that he could’t sleep these past few days because he joked that he might wake up to find out that everything was just a dream.
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