Bria Homes awards townhouse unit to ‘Sing Galing’ winner



The Manila Times

Public Square

ANOTHER season of Philippine television’s hottest videoke reality game show, TV5’s “Sing Galing,” came to a close with the incredibly talented Mari Mar Tua of Pampanga as its very first Ultimate Bida-Oke Star. As Tua savored her triumph at the “Sing Galing Kantastic” finale held in late March, leading real estate developer Bria Homes awarded her with a brandnew Bettina Townhouse unit as part of her jackpot prize. Her well-deserved win came at the end of an emotional and dramatic season finale staged at the historic Manila Metropolitan Theater. She first rendered a dramatic, wedding-themed cover of Didith Reyes’ “Bakit Ako Mahihiya,” a jukebox hit in the ‘70s, and then engaged in a climactic “duel” of classic songs against competition runner-up Myca Capili. Other finalists were Cris Cerbito, Kim Macaraig, Kit Inciong and Jamaica Lamit. Judges or Jukebosses were Ethel Booba, Ronnie Liang, Rey Valera and Jona Viray. Tua also won a grand cash prize of P1 million. Once more, Bria Homes takes great pride in helping make Filipinos’ housing dreams come true. The Bettina Townhouse is a signature house model at most Bria residential communities that features two bedrooms, one bathroom, a carport, 44 square meters of cleverly laid-out floor space and 36 square meters of lot space. All in all, it is fairly roomy and comfortable for a new family. All Bria housing enclaves come with an array of modern amenities such as multipurpose halls, covered basketball courts for the sporty types, children’s playgrounds, and wide-open green spaces for families to stroll around and get some fresh air. Strategically located projects are likewise close to essential destinations like retail establishments, hospitals, churches, schools and transport hubs. “Bria believes that Mari Mar manifested the Filipino’s amazing capacity for believing in one’s self and chasing one’s dreams. We are happy to play a part in making these dreams come true,” Bria Homes Division Head ET Aguilar said.