Kids N’ More goes on air!

Aug 1, 2011 by

It’s only just recently that I have come to a conclusion that I am very good in working with kids. Three years in a row I taught kids (ages 6 – 18) dance and theater in the biggest summer workshop in Iloilo, Sikat Academy. When Ms Charie Ginete-Ilon (former manager of ABS-CBN Iloilo) offered me the job to host the first Children and Teens Variety Show in Western Visayas, it didn’t take me too long to say yes. After all, I feel absolutely comfortable around kids (and vice versa).

So Kids N’ More was officially launched today by CGI Excel Productions and Island Living Channel. We had our pilot show today and was taped-as-live for this coming Saturday’s broadcast on Channel 10 on Cable TV. This show will also be broadcast all over Western Visayas as well as some parts of Cebu and Luzon. I have yet to find out the Cable Channel listing so I can publish it here soon.

The kids are totally awesome and I can’t wait for the coming episode tapings. A lot of them are extremely promising, not to mention having the looks that can pass for a huge role on national TV in terms of kiddie shows or even movies! Young Ilonggo talents are overwhelming. I hope more young talents will find their way in the mainstream entertainment industry as well.

Here are some photos grabbed from Armel’s facebook page.

With Jheannie and Jeanzy (standing at the back) and Missy and Armel (both are former winners of SM Little Stars Regional Finals)

Performing the finale number, with the theme song of Kids N More.

Our teen stars of Kids N More: Joan, John Ross and Naomi.

The singing sisters, Kaye Pauline and Kate Julianne Larroder

The boys getting ready for their dance: (L-R) Jaylord, Armel, Mico, Eddie Earl and Jack Earl

Co-hosting with the kid stars, Kaye and Abby

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