Phenomenal loveteam Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza and several Kapuso stars dominated this year’s Box Office Entertainment Awards of Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation.
Alden won Breakthrough Male Star of Philippine Movies and TV Breakthrough Recording/Performing Artist while Maine won Breakthrough Female Star of Philippine Movies and TV and Most Promising Female Star.
Their first big screen project “My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore” also bagged several awards including Box Office King, Box Office Queen and Highest Opening Day Gross of All Time.
Jennylyn Mercado and Jericho Rosales won major acting awards for their movie, #WalangForever.
Kapamilya loveteams KathNiel and JaDine also won awards as Prince and Princess of Philippine Movie and Television respectively and LizQuen won Most Popular Primetime Drama (Forevermore).
The awards night will be held on April 17 (Sunday) at the Kia Theater Araneta Center in Quezon City.
Here is the complete list of winners:
Box Office King: Vic Sotto (My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore)
Box Office Queen: Aiai Delas Alas (MyBebe Love #KiligPaMore)
Film Actor of the Year: Jericho Rosales (#Walang Forever)
Film Actress of the Year: Jennylyn Mercado (#Walang Forever)
Breakthrough Male Star of Philippine Movies and TV: Alden Richards
Breakthrough Female Star of Philippine Movies and TV: Maine Mendoza
Most Promising Love Team on TV: Andre Paras and Barbie Forteza (The Half Sisters)
Most Promising Male Star: Ken Chan (Destiny Rose)
Most Promising Female Star: Maine Mendoza (My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore)
Female Concert Performers of the Year: Regine Velasquez-Alcasid and Lani Misalucha (The Ultimate Concert at MOA)
Male Concert Performer of the Year: Martin Nievera & Gary Valenciano (The Ultimate Concert at MOA)
Breakthrough Recording/Performing Artist: Alden Richards (Wish I May)
Most Popular TV Program/News & Public Affairs: Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho (GMA-7)
Most Popular Daytime Drama: The Half-Sisters (GMA-7)
Most Popular TV Program Noontime/Musical Variety: Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7)
Phenomenal Stars of 2015: Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz (A Second Chance), Vice Ganda and Coco Martin (The Beauty & The Bestie)
Prince of Philippine Movies: Daniel Padilla (Crazy Beautiful You)
Princess of Philippine Movies: Kathryn Bernardo (Crazy Beautiful You)
Prince of Philippine Television: James Reid (On The Wings of Love)
Princess of Philippine Television: Nadine Lustre (On The Wings of Love)
Most Popular TV Talent/Reality Program: Your Face Sounds Familiar (ABS-CBN)
Most Popular Primetime Drama: Forevermore (ABS-CBN)
Most Popular Film Director: Cathy Garcia Molina (A Second Chance), Wenn Deramas (The Beauty & The Bestie)
Most Popular Child Performer: Simon “Onyok” Pineda (Ang Probinsyano)
Most Popular Film Producer: Star Cinema
Most Popular Screenwriter: Carmi Raymundo & Vanessa Valdez (A Second Chance), Wenn Deramas (The Beauty & The Bestie)
Male Recording Artist of the Year: Jed Madela (Iconic)
Female Recording Artist of the Year: Sarah Geronimo (Perfectly Imperfect)
Promising Male Recording Artist of the Year: Enchong Dee (Chinito Problems)
Promising Female Recording Artist of the Year: Kim Chiu (Chinita Princess)
Promising Male Concert Performer: Darren Espanto (Birthday Concert)
Promising Female Concert Performer: Maja Salvador (Majasty)
Most Popular Recording/Performing Group: The Company (“Lighthearted”)
Most Promising Recording/Performing Group: Harana (“Harana”)
Most Popular Novelty Singer: Michael Pangilinan (“Pare Mahal Mo Raw Ako”)
Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award: Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola and Paolo Ballesteros
Highest Opening Day Gross of All Time: My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore – P60.4 million
Highest Record Rating of a Noontime Show of All Time (Local & Global): Eat Bulaga: Tamang Panahon – October 24, 2015
Highest Grossing Historical Film of All Time: Heneral Luna – P256 million
Posthumous Award for Entertainment Excellence & Star Builder: German Moreno