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Sugarpop

Sugarpop (also stylized as SugarPop) was a child musical group which appeared regularly on GMA Network's concert television show, SOP. All of SugarPop's members are from a child singing competition on QTV named Popstar Kids. The group were given the name SugarPop by Jaya, one of the hosts and singers on the now defunct SOP Rules which was replaced by Party Pilipinas (Party Pilipinas was also replaced by the show Sunday All Stars).

History

The group, consisting of both boys and girls, were formed in 2006 from the former QTV 11 (now GMA News TV) variety talent show, Popstar Kids.

Disbandment

The group was disbanded in 2009 due to the reformatting of SOP Rules, which was replaced by Party Pilipinas.

Post-Sugarpop

Julie Anne San Jose remained with the defunct SOP Rules and continued to be one of the divas of Party Pilipinas. She was also paired up with Elmo Magalona, and they were dubbed JuliElmo, as one of the prominent love teams of GMA 7. She has not only starred in the variety show but had also appeared in a teen drama together with Magalona, entitled Together Forever, with which they also crossed over onto the silver screen in Just One Summer.

Rita Iringan (who now goes by the name Rita De Guzman) rejoined her fellow SugarPop mate in Party Pilipinas, also with minor TV roles. She also auditioned for the staging of Miss Saigon in the Philippines.

In late 2011 to early 2012, Vanessa Rangadhol joined MYMP as its lead vocalist after Juliet Bahala left the group.

The SugarPop girls were recently in a vocal group battle production number on Party Pilipinas with another of the country's trios, La Diva.

Male members Pocholo and Renzo have remained inactive.

Members

Discography

Albums

Sugarpop
Track # Song
1 "Sugarpop"
2 "Name Game"
3 "Alam Mo Na... Di Ba?"
4 "Chocolate"
5 "You Lift Me Up"
6 "Walang Laglagan"
7 "Happy Hook"
8 "Written In The Sand"
9 "Paraiso"
10 "Thank You Po"
Sugarpop (Repackaged)
Track # Song
1 "Sugarpop"
2 "Name Game"
3 "Alam Mo Na... Di Ba?"
4 "Chocolate"
5 "You Lift Me Up"
6 "Walang Laglagan"
7 "Happy Hook"
8 "Written In The Sand"
9 "Paraiso"
10 "Thank You Po"
11 "Sugarpop" (Single Edit)
12 "Aking Mundo" (Main theme from Dyesebel)
13 "Siya Na Nga Kaya?" (Love theme from Dyesebel)
14 "Mahal Kita" (Main theme from MariMar)

References

External links

  • Titik Pilipino album info
  • iGMA.tv Forum
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