Andrea Brillantes offers good wishes for the survivors of typhoon Yolanda this Christmas

The year 2013 has been a great year for Andrea Brillantes, especially after she landed the title role of “Annaliza” on primetime television that catapulted her to stardom.

The show gave Andrea her first acting award Best Child Performer at the recent PMPC Star Awards.

Despite the early success, Andrea has remained humble and grounded. At a young age, she would rather offer good wishes for the survivors of typhoon Yolanda this Christmas instead of asking for new clothes or toys.

“I just wish that victims of Yolanda will all be all right this Christmas,” she said.

When asked if Christmas will be any different this year considering that she is now a certified child superstar, Andrea quipped, “Nothing changes.  I’ll still be with my family and our celebration will remain as simple as before.”

Andrea’s star continues to shine as “Annaliza” every weeknight. This week, the story gets even more intense as Makoy (Carlo Aquino) returns and kidnaps Annaliza, Arlene (Kyline Alcantara) and their friends. He brings them to an abandoned mansion and leaves them there to die.

Will Isabel (Denise Laurel), Stella (Kaye Abad), Lazaro (Patrick Garcia), and Guido (Zanjoe Marudo) find them just in time? How will they work together to save the kids?

Don’t miss “Annaliza” weeknights before “TV Patrol” in ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida. For updates, like the show’s official Facebook page at or follow @Annaliza2013 on Twitter. Share your thoughts on “Annaliza” online using the hashtag #Annaliza.

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