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Chacha Cañete is now Grown up


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Remember Chacha Cañete?

Known as the Bulilit Kid, she was the tiny girl who starred in the famous Bulilit Sanay Sa Masikip commercial of Camella Homes back in 2009.

She eventually joined Goin Bulilit, where she became a mainstay until 2015.

For two years now, Chacha has been enjoying her life as a student.

The 12-year-old kid recently finished grade school at Diliman Preparatory School with flying colors.

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Sans the camera, she had remained popular because of her academic achievements and singing talent.

Trisha Luise (her real name) had also continued to act on stage, thanks to her school's theater organization. One of her notable roles was Disney's character Mulan.

In October 2016, she and her team won second place at the Radio Broadcasting & Scriptwriting category of Department of Education NCR level's 37th Division Young Writers Contest.

The former child star also bagged the Best Anchor title.

On March 24, 2017, she wowed the listeners of radio station Wish 107.5 for her live version of "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten. Meanwhile, here's her audition piece for Sound of Music, which recently looked for young actors who will play Von Trapp's children.

In 2013, the little Chacha represented Team Philippines in the 17th World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA) held in Hollywood, California, where she joined five categories.

She bagged two silver medals for her renditions of "The Climb" and "Climb Every Mountain" in the Pop and Gospel categories, respectively.

In 2015, she flew to Korea as one of the Philippine representatives to the Model United Nations Camp after becoming the grade-level champion in DepEd's Spelling competition.
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