• Child performers gear up for Jollibee Kids Who Can! Concert

    Learn more about the kiddie performers’ preparations as they take part in the upcoming Jollibee Kids Who Can! Concert on October 16.
  • The Jollibee Kids Club (JKC) Kids Who Can! Concert is just around the corner, and the child performers are already busy with the preparations. On October 16, more than 100 talented boys and girls will go onstage in the Ninoy Aquino Stadium to sing, dance and host. Joining the kids will be host Nikki Gil, popular young entertainers Sam Concepcion and Andi Eigenmann, along with Jollibee and friends, for an afternoon of pure youthful entertainment.  


    Meet some of the selected Jollibee Kids Club members who are set to perform at the Kids Who Can! Concert:
    Eight-year-old Collene del Rosario doesn’t mind waking up early on Saturdays just to rehearse for her big night. Her love for dancing keeps her on her feet all day. “I’m excited because this is my first time to be up onstage,” Collene shares. She always brings her bright personality and sincere enthusiasm to the rehearsals.



    Like Collene, five-year-old Edd Jaris Gamad and six-year-old Cedrick Tajon were all smiles while practicing for the Kids Who Can! Concert. Although new to the Jollibee Kids Club, Jaris has already made new friends and learned a lot. “Jaris is very playful and energetic,” says his mom Cristina. “It’s nice to see him learn to control his energy and express himself through dance.”

    Cedrick has been a Jollibee Kids Club member for more than a year and is still eager to learn more. Last Halloween, he won the Jollibee Kids Club costume party contest and this year, he is even more excited for what’s in store for him. “Masaya dito! Teacher Japs (head choreographer at the rehearsals) taught me a lot of dance steps, katulad nung sa I Got A Feelin’,” he proudly beams.


    Aspiring young actor Tony Zipagan was overjoyed when he found out he was part of the Kids Who Can! Concert. The seemingly shy eight-year-old gains his confidence when sharing his skills in hosting and dancing. “I want to be like Piolo Pascual and Billy Crawford,” he shares. “Thank you Jollibee for letting me join Kids Who Can!”   

     

    Click here to learn more about the child performers in the Jollibee Kids Who Can! Concert and what you can expect in the show.

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