Kim Chiu

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Kim Chiu
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Chiu at Barrio Fiesta, London, June 2016
Born
Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu

(1990-04-19) 19 April 1990 (age 31)
Cebu, Cebu City, Philippines
Nationality Filipina
Other namesKim, Kimmy
Alma mater University of the Philippines
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
  • host
  • singer
  • dancer
  • vlogger
Years active2006–present
Agent Star Magic
(2006–present)
ABS-CBN
(2006–present)
KreativDen
(2019–present)
Height5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Musical career
Genres Pop
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Labels Star Music
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 張金珠
Simplified Chinese 张金珠
Website Chiu on Instagram
Chiu on Twitter
Chiu on TikTok

Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu ( Tagalog pronunciation:  [tʃʊ] ; born 19 April 1990) [1] is a Filipina actress, model, host, singer, dancer and vlogger of Chinese descent. Kim garnered acclaim at a young age for her acting performances on television and film. She is known as Philippine showbiz's "Chinita Princess" and once hailed "Princess of Philippine Movies and TV" for three consecutive years in the Philippines. She is currently managed and under contract to Star Magic, ABS-CBN's homebased talent agency and is referred to as the "Queen of the Dance Floor".

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Kim Chiu started her showbiz career at the age of 16 after winning the first teen edition of the reality show Pinoy Big Brother . She then, starred in the television series, Sana Maulit Muli (2007) which won her the year's Most Promising Female Star and Most Popular loveteam with Gerald Anderson at GMMSF. This was followed by a string of successful projects and leading roles in dramas such as My Girl (2008), Tayong Dalawa (2009), Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (2010), My Binondo Girl (2011–2012), Ina, Kapatid, Anak (2012–2013), Ikaw Lamang (2014), The Story of Us (2016), Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin (2017–2018), Love Thy Woman (2020) and Bawal Lumabas: The Series (2020).

She also starred in multiple commercially successful films including Bride for Rent (2014), I Love You, Goodbye (2009), Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? (2013), Etiquette for Mistresses (2015) and The Ghost Bride (2017).

She has also received a PMPC Award for Best Drama Actress on her performance in Ikaw Lamang, four FAMAS Award nominations (winning one) and was hailed Princess of Philippine Movies and TV for three times at the GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards for her accomplishments in the film and television industry. [2] She has a very wide fanbase which is rapidly growing because of her chemistry, strong acting on-screen and her dedication to the entertainment industry. She is one of the few Philippine actresses with a high number of best actress accolades under her name. To top it all apart from acting she is also the endorsed by various companies in the Philippines including the international brand H&M and she's a fan of sports and exercises.

Career

2006–2008: Career beginnings

Chiu gained prominence by winning the reality series Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition . [3] For the show, Chiu left her hometown of Cebu City and moved to Manila. She, along with the rest of the housemates entered the Big Brother house on April 23, 2006. After 42 days in the Big Brother house, she was named the Teen Big Winner with 626,562 votes (41.4% of the total votes) at the Aliw Theatre inside the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Pasay. [4] She was the only housemate who was never nominated for eviction. [5]

After winning, Chiu became part of Star Magic. [6] She and her on-screen partner Gerald Anderson became regulars in ASAP XV and appeared together in several ABS-CBN shows Love Spell , comedy sitcom Aalog-Alog and in the film First Day High .

In 2007, Chiu starred in the primetime TV series entitled Sana Maulit Muli alongside Anderson which was released to significant acclaim. [7] That year, she was nominated and eventually won the 38th Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards as Most Promising Female Star and Best New Female TV Personality (for Sana Maulit Muli) at the 21st PMPC Star Awards. [8] Sana Maulit Muli was later released in Taiwan under the PTS network, under the title Chances. [9]

Chiu then launched her debut album "Gwa Ai Di" (Hokkien simplified Chinese :我爱你; traditional Chinese :我愛你; Pe̍h-ōe-jī :Góa ài dí; lit. 'I Love You') under Star Records, which included the single Crazy Love. [10] It reached a Gold Record status. [11]

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Chiu in 2008.

Gaining much recognition for her acting roles, she then starred in the movie I've Fallen For You under Star Cinema [12] and continually appeared in numerous advertisements. In 2008, Chiu was cast in the Philippine adaptation of the South Korean TV series My Girl . [13]

2009–2011: Breakthrough

In 2009, Chiu secured her name as a top actress in the highly acclaimed TV series entitled Tayong Dalawa . She garnered several acting awards for her portrayal of Audrey, a woman who is loved by two military men. [14]

Her movie I Love You, Goodbye became part of Star Cinema's official entry to the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival. It was Chiu's first role as a villain and her first film to hit P100 million mark, with her receiving several nominations under different award-giving bodies including PMPC, 12th Gawad PASADO Awards and the 34th MMFF for Best Supporting Actress. [15]

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Chiu in April 2010.

In 2010, she then starred in the romance film Paano Na Kaya , released nationally and internationally. [16] She also starred in the well-received primetime drama, Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo , the highest rating teleserye of 2010 in the Philippines. [17] In October 2010, Chiu and Anderson teamed up for the last consecutive time in the film Till My Heartaches End . In the midst of movie promotions, it was reported that the long-time couple (known as Kimerald) had split, yet the reason for the breakup was not discussed. [18]

She top-billed in a weekly musical anthology series Your Song , as a sub-series for the 12th season called Your Song Presents: Kim. It ran for four months and led her to pair up with Sam Milby, Jake Cuenca, Pokwang, Derek Ramsay, Enrique Gil and Vice Ganda. [19] In 2011, Chiu starred in romantic-comedy television series titled My Binondo Girl alongside Xian Lim, Matteo Guidicelli, and Jolo Revilla. [20]

2012–present: Movies and critical success

In 2012, Chiu starred in a horror film with Vilma Santos entitled The Healing . She played a woman who is cured of glomerulonephritis through a healer but must suffer a curse. From this film, she received a number of Best Supporting Actress nominations from almost all of the film award-giving bodies, missing only the Gawad Urian and The Young Critics' Circle. [21]

Chiu also returned to melodrama acting via Ina, Kapatid, Anak , alongside Xian Lim, Maja Salvador and Enchong Dee. [22] After the teleserye ended with an average TV rating of 30.3% via Kantar Media/TNS, it was awarded Best Teleserye of the Year at Philippine's 2013 Yahoo Awards and was aired internationally as Her Mother's Daughter, released in foreign territories including MIPTV in France and at DISCOP West Asia in Turkey. [23] [24] Her portrayal also earned her an award for Best TV Drama Actress. [25] She reunited in a movie with Anderson titled 24/7 in Love , Star Magic's ensemble film in view of the agency's 20th anniversary. [26]

She starred in a film adaption of Ramon Bautista's novel co-starring Xian Lim, Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? , released on July 17, 2013. [27] Her performance received positive feedback and critics praise in view of her first comedic role on the big screen. [28]

In January 2014, Chiu cemented her commercial draw with the romantic-comedy movie entitled Bride for Rent . Chiu plays Rocky, a poor woman who agrees to marry for money. As Star Cinema's first movie offering of 2014, the film met both critical and commercial success, earning more than P21.2 million pesos in its opening day [29] [30] and broke the P200 million pesos mark on its 8th day. [31] The film established Chiu as one of the country's biggest stars having both a successful film and television career. Having grossed P325 million, [32] it is the sixth highest grossing Filipino film of all time, the second highest grossing Filipino romantic comedy movie of all-time, third highest grossing non-MMFF film of all-time and also the highest-grossing January-released film of all-time in the country. [33] [34] [35]

After the success of her two films, Chiu returned to television in the 2014 period drama, Ikaw Lamang . The series co-stars Coco Martin, Julia Montes, Jake Cuenca and KC Concepcion and dealt with social class, politics, and forbidden love. It held the first and second place viewer rating in its time slot and was awarded Best Primetime Drama Series at the 28th PMPC Star Awards for Television. [36] [37] This followed with the romantic comedy film, Past Tense [38] and a portrayal as Mulan for Walt Disney Asia's 12 Days of Princess campaign. [39]

In 2015, she appeared as one of five mistresses (alongside veterans Kris Aquino, Claudine Barretto, Iza Calzado) in the high-profile film, Etiquette for Mistresses . [40] She recorded the Cebuano songs "Duyog" and "Labyu Langga" for the film's soundtrack. [41] She also top-billed in the rom-com, All You Need Is Pag-Ibig , which is Star Cinema's official entry to the 2015 MMFF. [42]

In 2016, she starred on the hit Philippine romantic drama, The Story of Us . [43] [44] Her performance as Tin Manalo gave her another Best Actress Awards from 6th EdukCircle Awards, 6th OFW Parangal Awards and Guillermo Mendoza. Also, on the last quarter of 2016, Kimerald loveteam was announced to set back on television via a triathlon soap opera television series Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin for the celebration of their 10th anniversary in show business. [45] [46]

In May 2017, Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin premiered on ABS-CBN's PrimeTanghali noontime block replacing Langit Lupa . The show debuted at Number 1 in its time slot, and consistently ranked ahead of its competition during its nine-month run. [47]

In November 2017, she appears in the horror movie, The Ghost Bride where she plays the role as Mayen Lim who is the main protagonist of this film that she will be torn between living a normal though difficult life or accepting a strange business proposal called the Ghost Wedding in exchange for wealth and a comfortable life for her loved ones. She is also accompanied by Matteo Guidicelli, Alice Dixson, Christian Bables and Cacai Bautista in this said movie project which was set to show on theatres on All Saints' Day. In April 2018, she appears in the Filipino horror-comedy film Da One That Ghost Away directed by Tony Y. Reyes together with Ryan Bang, Enzo Pineda and the duo of Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber.

In December 2018, her movie One Great Love became part of Regal Film's official entry to the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival. It was Chiu's first time working with Dennis Trillo and JC de Vera with her receiving nomination on the 44th annual MMFF Awards for Best Actress. She also won the Film Actress of the Year in the 50th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards for her performance in the film One Great Love.

In 2020, her song "Bawal Lumabas (The Classroom Song)" became the most disliked song in WISH 107.5's YouTube Channel having reportedly received 404k dislikes and 78k likes within 14 hours. [48] The song was based from a viral edit made by DJ Squammy from her statement about the ABS-CBN franchise renewal controversy. [49]

Personal life

Kim Chiu is the fourth of five children to William Chiu, a Chinese businessman from Mindoro and Louella (née Yap; 1963–2013), a Philippine Sangley native who migrated from Dinagat Islands to Surigao del Sur, Philippines. [50] She is fluent in Cebuano (Visayan), Tagalog, English, with Waray, Hokkien and Mandarin Chinese beginner level only. [51]

Since her parent's separation in 1998, Kim had a dysfunctional relationship with both of her parents. [52] She and her siblings were raised by their paternal grandmother and, as children, frequently moved residencies in the Philippine Visayas ; locating in Tacloban, Leyte, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos City, Mindoro and back to Cebu City until 2006. [53] [54] In 2013, she reconciled with her father "after five years of estrangement" [55] while visiting his second partner and half-siblings in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. [54] A month later in June, her biological mother, Louella, fell into a coma. Following a week of hospitalization, Louella died on June 23, 2013, due to brain aneurysm. [56] [57] [58] In a eulogy dedicated to her mother, she debunked rumors of animosity over her mother's child abandonment and expressed: "An angel guides me in my decisions in life. For me, that is finally my mom." [59] [60]

Chiu and Gerald Anderson in 2006 during a Jollibee commercial. Kimerald.jpg
Chiu and Gerald Anderson in 2006 during a Jollibee commercial.

Chiu dated co-star Gerald Anderson from 2006 to 2010. [61]

Kim Chiu began dating fellow Star Magic artist and leading man, Xian Lim in 2012, which was confirmed in a 2013 episode of Kris TV. They acknowledged they were "exclusively dating". On November 15, 2018, Kim Chiu finally confirms her relationship with Lim on her interview on Tonight with Boy Abunda. " [59] [62] [63] [64] [65]

On March 4, 2020, Chiu was traveling along Katipunan Avenue in Quezon City on her way to a taping of her series Love Thy Woman when two unidentified gunmen, riding-in-tandem on a motorcycle, fired six gunshots at her van. Chiu and her companions were unharmed. [66] Investigators examine the shooting as a possible case of mistaken identity. [67] Chiu later revealed on social media that, a day after the incident, a person claiming to have been the actual target called one of her bosses to apologize. [68]

Philanthropy and education

Chiu uses her media influence to promote various causes. She began partnership with GSK for yearly asthma awareness campaigns, Win Against Asthma, after battling asthma as a child. [69] [70] Chiu has since participated in disaster relief organizations such as Philippine National Red Cross and Sagip Kapamilya. She joined the PETA campaign Free Mali along with Xian Lim. Chiu made a video plea for Mali, asking that she be moved to a sanctuary for the sake of her well being. [71] In August 2012, she and Lim spearheaded a relief operation in Marikina. [72] Chiu was heavily involved with relief efforts for Typhoon Yolanda via Red Cross, which had affected parts of her hometown. Aside from giving food and water, she also held week-long clothes auctions to raise money for Typhoon victims. [73]

By 2013, it was also revealed that the actress was involved with regularly funding Isla Pulo, an impoverished community of 1,000 inhabitants in Manila Bay, Philippines. [74] [75] [76] [77] [78]

As one of Philippines highest paid endorsers, [79] [80] Chiu addressed the ongoing Pork Barrel tax scandal and the government's alleged misuse of the PDAF in a press conference on August 28, 2013, noting the amount of tax celebrities like herself pay to the government: "The money isn't a joke [...] we pay so much tax and we don't know where it's going." [81] The Bureau of Internal Revenue confirmed Chiu as 131st top taxpayer in the country with 9.3M in income taxes in 2013. [82]

In 2015, Chiu passed the UPCAT and enrolled in University of the Philippines's UPOU program for business courses. [83] [84] [85]

Filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleFilm Company
2006 First Day High Indira "Indi" Dela Concepcion
2007 I've Fallen For You Alex Tamayo Reyes
2008 Shake Rattle & Roll X Joy
2009 I Love You, Goodbye Melissa "Issa" Benitez
2010 Paano na Kaya Mae Chua
Till My Heartaches End Agnes Garcia
2012 The Healing Cookie Limguangco
24/7 in Love Patty Escalona
2013 Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? Sandy Veloso
2014 Bride for Rent Racquelita "Rocky" Dela Cruz
Past Tense Rosabelle "Belle" Garcia
2015 Must Date The Playboy Victoria "Tori" Alcantara
Etiquette for Mistresses Ina Del Prado
All You Need Is Pag-Ibig Anya del Rosario
2017 The Ghost Bride Mayen Lim
2018 Da One That Ghost Away Carmel Monseratt
One Great Love Zyra Paez
2020U-TurnDonna Suarez
Television
TV Shows / Guestings / Appearances
2020 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Pancit Kristine Kapamilya Channel
A2Z
Bawal Lumabas: The Series Emerald Tesoro iWantTFC
2020; 2021 Pinoy Big Brother: Connect Herself / Host Kapamilya Channel
A2Z
TV5
2020–present It's Showtime Herself / Regular Host Kapamilya Channel
A2Z
2020 Love Thy Woman Jia E. Wong ABS-CBN
Kapamilya Channel
2019 Maalaala Mo Kaya: MVP Cherry Ann "Sisi" Rondina ABS-CBN
2018–2019 Pinoy Big Brother: Otso Herself / Host
2018 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Mata Sarah
Ipaglaban Mo: Korea Hazel
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Tangke Ani
Star Hunt: The Grand Audition ShowHost
2017–2018 Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin Bianca Agbayani-Dela Vega
2017 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Sulat Cze Legaspi
2016 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Korona Jeany Rose Joromat
The Voice Kids Herself / Co-Host
The Story of Us Cristine "Tin" Manalo
2014 Ikaw Lamang: Book 2 Andrea M. Hidalgo-Hidalgo / Jacqueline "Jacq" Sanggalang
Ikaw Lamang Isabelle Miravelez-Hidalgo
2013 Wansapanataym: My Fairy Kasambahay Elyza
2012–2013 Ina, Kapatid, Anak Celyn Marasigan / Celyn Buenaventura
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kalendaryo Pauline Chaves
2011–2012 My Binondo Girl Jade Dimaguiba / Jade Sy / Yuan Sy
2011 Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin young Alondra Sebastiano
2010 Your Song Presents: Kim Various roles
Wansapanataym Presents: Super Kikay and Her Flying Pagong Super K / Kikay
Your Song Presents: Maling Akala Yen Cobangbang / Karl Anda
Banana Split Various roles
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bimpo Joy Carbonel
Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Gwen Marie Crisanto
2009 Tayong Dalawa Audrey King
2008 Your Song Presents: My Only Hope April Padilla
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Notebook Ameng Jurado
My Girl: Turns 18 Herself
My Girl Jasmine Estocapio
Sineserye Presents: The Susan Roces Cinema Collection: Maligno Eliza
2007 Your Song Presents: Ngiti Sansan
Love Spell Presents: Cindy-rella Cindy / Rella
Your Song Presents: Someday Jodie Borela
Gokada Go! Melody Go
Sana Maulit Muli Jasmine "Poknat" Sta. Maria
2006 Love Spell Presents: Pasko Na, Santa Ko Abby
Love Spell Presents: Charm and Crystal Crystal
Aalog-Alog Kim Chan Sukimura
Love Spell Presents: My Boy, My Girl Stephanie "Stephen"
Your Song Presents: Alive Abby
Your Song Presents: Bitin Sa Iyo Kayan
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bus Kate
Star Magic Presents: Ang Lovey Kong All Around Baby Girl
2006–present ASAP Herself / Regular Host / Performer
2006 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1 Herself / Housemate / Big Winner

Discography

Album
YearAlbum TitleRecording labelCertificationRef.
2007
Gwa Ai Di
Gold
[86]
2015
Platinum
[87]
2017
Chinita Princess: Touch of Your Love
Gold
Singles
YearSong titleAlbumRecording label
2007Gwa Ai Di
Gwa Ai Di
Crazy Love
Trying
Peng You (Tagalog Adaptation)
Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo de Xin "The Moon Represent My Heart"
Heartbreak Song
I've Fallen For You (bonus track) (with Gerald Anderson)
2015Mr. Right
Darating Din
Wala Man Sa'Yo Ang Lahat
Say We Don't Care
Someday (Crazy Love)
Express Yourself
2017Okay na Ako
Chinita Princess: Touch of Your Love
Wag Ka Makulit
Ipadarama
Katok
Yun Na, You Na
2020Wag Kang Bumitaw
N/A
Bawal Lumabas (The Classroom Song)
2021Kimmi(with DJ M.O.D.)

Singles from OST Albums
• Mine (Sana Maulit Muli)
• Pusong Lito (My Girl)
• Sabihin Mo Na w/ Gerald Anderson (My Girl)
• Crazy Love "Chinese Version" (My Girl)
• My Only Hope (My Only Hope)

Others
• Kering Keri (Rejoice TV Commercial)
• Whisper, I Love You (Close Up MV)
• Softly (Kim Chiu, Youtube)
• Bawal Lumabas (Kim Chiu, Youtube) - An allusion to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic and ABS-CBN franchise renewal controversy |}

Music videos

YearSong TitleArtistNotes
2006Loveteam Itchyworms First MV
2007Kering KeriHerselfRejoice TVC
Crazy LoveHerselfGwa Ai Di
2008Whisper, I love youwith Gerald Anderson Whisper TVC
Closer You And I Spongecola Close Up TVC
2012SoftlyHerselfOld-YouTube Channel
2013DiscolamonBanda Ni Kleggy
2015Mr. RightHerself Chinita Princess
Darating Din
2017Okay Na AkoChinita Princess: Touch of your Love

Accolades

YearFilm Awards/CriticsAwardNominated WorkResult
2006 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1 TEEN BIG WINNERN/AWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Love Team with Gerald Anderson Won
20077th ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards for MoviesOutstanding Breakthrough Performance by an ActressNominated
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Promising Female StarNominated
Most Popular Love Teamwith Gerald Anderson Won
23rd PMPC Star Awards for MoviesBest New Movie ActressNominated
Female Star of the NightN/AWon
21st PMPC Star Awards for TV Best New Female TV PersonalityWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop TV Character of the YearWon
Pop Celebrity Cameo with Gerald Anderson
Love Team by Itchyworms
Won
2008 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Love Team of Movies & TV [88] Won
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Female TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards Favorite ActressWon
3rd Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video with Gerald Anderson
Love Team by Itchyworms
Won
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop TV Character of the YearWon
ASAP 24K24K Gold Award
Gwa Ai Di
Won
2009 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Lokve Team of Movies & TVwith Gerald Anderson Won
57th FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Achievement AwardN/AWon
4th Myx Music Awards Favorite Myx Celebrity VJN/ANominated
Star Magic BallCouples of the Night with Gerald Anderson
tied with Piolo Pascual and KC Concepcion
N/AWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Cover GirlN/AWon
Cinema One Viewer's Choice AwardKing and Queen of Hearts with Gerald Anderson N/AWon
Favorite It GirlN/AWon
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Female TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
35th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting ActressNominated
20108th Gawad TanglawBest Supporting ActressNominated
20th Young Critics Circle Awards Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, in a Leading or Supporting RoleNominated
12th Gawad PASADO AwardsBest Supporting ActressNominated
6th USTv Students' Choice AwardsBest Actress in a Daily Soap OperaWon
41st GMMSF Box Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Movies and TV [89] Won
NSSU Students' Choice TV AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Series, Mini-Series or TV MovieWon
5th Myx Music Awards Favorite Media Soundtrack from Whisper with Gerald Anderson
Whisper, I Love You
Nominated
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female FashionistaN/AWon
Pop TV CharacterWon
Pop Screen Kiss with Gerald Anderson Won
24th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Actress in a Drama SeriesNominated
Star Magic BallBest Dressed Couple of the Night with Gerald Anderson N/AWon
Eastwood City Walk of Fame Female Honorary ArtistN/AIncluded
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Female TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
2011 2011 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Love Team of Movies & TVwith Gerald Anderson [90] Won
1st Barkada Choice AwardChoice Female Icon of the YearN/AWon
Choice Actress of the YearWon
Star Magic BallFemale Stunner of the NightN/AWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Love Team with Gerald Anderson Won
Pop Screen KissWon
Pop Kapamilya TV CharacterWon
Pop Female FashionistaN/AWon
Pop Fansclub with Gerald Anderson N/AWon
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Female TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
2012 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine TelevisionWon
Gawad PasadoPinakapasadong Dangal ng Kabataanwith Enrique Gil N/AWon
Yahoo Philippines OMG! Award Breakthrough Actress of the YearWon
Love Team of The Year with Xian Lim Won
Star Magic BallCouple of the Night with Xian Lim N/AWon
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Female TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
201329th PMPC Star Awards for MoviesBest Actress in a Supporting RoleNominated
61st FAMAS Awards Best Supporting ActressNominated
10th ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards for MoviesOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Drama, Musical or ComedyNominated
15th Gawad PASADO AwardsBest Supporting ActressNominated
3rd EdukCircle AwardsBEST ACTRESSWon
27th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama ActressNominated
Female Star of the NightN/AWon
5th ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards for TVOutstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama SeriesNominated
Star Magic BallMoet and Chandon Most Fabulous Pair with Xian Lim N/AWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Celebrity Cameo
Discolamon by Banda ni Kleggy
Won
Pop Love Team with Xian Lim Won
Pop Female FashionistaN/AWon
Pop Fanclub with Xian Lim N/AWon
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
2014 62nd FAMAS Awards Best ActressNominated
Yahoo OMG! Celebrity AwardsBest ActressWon
28th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actress [91] Won
4th EdukCircle AwardsMost Influential Film Actor/ Actress of the YearIncluded
10th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Screen Kiss with Xian Lim Won
Pop Love Team with Xian Lim Nominated
Pop Female FashionistaN/AWon
Pop Cover GirlN/ANominated
Pop SelfieN/AWon
Pop Movie with Xian Lim Won
Pop Fansclub with Xian Lim N/AWon
9th Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video
Discolamon by Banda ni Kleggy
Won
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired TV PersonalityN/AIncluded
2015 Philippine Association of the Record Industry Gold Record Award [92] Won
Platinum Record Award [92] Won
46th Box-Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Movies and TVN/AWon
Pep List AwardFemale Movie Star of the YearWon
FAB Female Star of the YearN/A
Celebrity Pair of the Year with Xian Lim N/A
Star Magic BallCouple of the Night with Xian Lim N/AWon
Star Cinema Online AwardsFavorite Social Media CelebrityN/AWon
Favorite Song
Favorite Album
Alta Media Icon AwardsBest Television Drama ActressWon
2016Anak TV Seal AwardsMAKABATA HALL OF FAMERN/AWon
47th Box Office Entertainment Awards MostPromising Female Recording Artist of the YearWon
Cebu Mayor's Special AwardCebu's PrideN/AWon
18th Gawad Pasado AwardDangal ng Pasado sa Pangkatang Pagganap ng may Mataas na Papurishared with Kris, Claudine, Iza and Cheena CrabWon
1st Bet ng Bandera AwardsFemale Celebrity of the YearN/AWon
6th EdukCircle AwardsBest Drama Actress of the Year tied with Bela Padilla Won
30th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama ActressNominated
German Moreno Power Tandem of the Yearwith Xian Lim N/AWon
Best Talent Search Host with Luis Manzano and Robi Domingo Won
MOR Choice AwardLSS Song of the YearWon
Push AwardsPush Gram Music ArtistN/AWon
3rd Star Cinema Online AwardsFavorite Female StarN/AWon
29th Awit Awards Best Pop RecordingNominated
6th OFW Parangal AwardsBest Drama ActressWon
2017 48th Box-Office Entertainment Awards TV Actress of the YearWon
7th EdukCircle AwardsTV Actress of the YearNominated
Push AwardsCelebrity Fitspiration of the YearN/AWon
31st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama ActressNominated
Star Cinema Online AwardsUltimate Recording Artist
Touch of your Love
Won
Ultimate Fandom (KimXi)N/AWon
201834th PMPC Star Awards for MoviesMovie Actress of the YearNominated
Female Star of the NightN/AWon
10th PMPC Star Awards for MusicFemale Pop Artist of the Year
Touch of your Love
Won
Pop Album of the Year
Touch of your Love
Nominated
Philippine Association of the Record Industry Gold Record Award
Touch of your Love
Won
32nd PMPC Star Awards for TVBest Single Performance by an ActressWon
MYX Music AwardsMYX Celebrity VJN/ANominated
MOR Pinoy Music AwardsLSS Hit Song of the Year
Okay na Ako
Nominated
Rawr AwardsFavorite TV Host with Robi Domingo
Star Hunt: The Grand Audition Show
Nominated
2018 Metro Manila Film Festival Best ActressNominated
2019G.E.M.S Hiyas Ng SiningBest Single Performance by an ActressNominated
Won
Push AwardsPush Female Movie Performance of the YearNominated
Push Celebrity Travel of the YearN/ANominated
Push Female Celebrity of the YearN/AWon
Push Celebrity Squad of the Year
#AngBeKi with Bela Padilla and Angelica Panganiban
Won
Push Celebrity Fitspiration of the YearN/AWon
Pure Magic BallStar of the NightN/AWon
50th Box-Office Entertainment Awards Film Actress of the YearWon
Philippine Social Media Week 2019PSMW Female Celebrity AwardN/AWon
9th EdukCircle AwardsBest Female Reality Show HostNominated
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Keanna Reeves
Pinoy Big Brother:
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2006
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Pinoy Big Brother:
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2006
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