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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Apr 4, 2011

Lovi Poe won best drama actress at Golden Globe Awards

THE WINNER FOR best drama actress is Lovi Poe for “Mayohan” as the teenager girl who’s tired of her life in the province and wants to go to Manila after high school. She already won the Cinemalaya best actress award for the same role last July. This is a surprise win as she was nominated in the comedy of such seasoned actresses as Lorna Tolentino and Dawn Zulueta, even Bea Alonzo and Meryl Soriano (who also won in Cinemalaya for “Donor”). She’s understandably overwhelmed by her triumph. “Hindi ako makapagsalita kasi kita nyo naman ang mga kasama kong nominated,” she says. “I really look up to them and it’s such a great honor to be nominated with them.”

Unlike Angelica who has a blooming love life, Lovi Poe is still nursing a broken heart. She feels the honor is another reward for her in exchange to the many trials she went through recently because of her ex-BF Cong. Ronald Singson. How come she didn’t include him in her thank you speech? “Hindi ko na lang sasagutin. Wala akong masasabi.”

Lovi will next be seen as a feisty journalist in “Deadline”, directed by Joel Lamangan. She also plays the role of a teacher in “Captain Barbell”. Here are the other winners in the Golden Screen Awards: Best drama film and best screenplay: Sigwa (by Boni Ilagan). Best drama actor – Sid Lucero in “Muli”. Best supporting actor and actress – Zsa Zsa Padilla and Tirso Cruz III in “Sigwa”. Best new movie stars – Frencheska Farr in “Emir” and Martin del Rosario/Rocky Salumbides (tie) in “Dagim” and “Tarima”.