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ABS-CBN releases official lyric video of their 2018 Christmas Station ID – Family is Love

  • Family is at the core of Filipino culture, and is a great source of hope and strength.
  • Even in the toughest of times, Filipinos rise up amidst adversity and come out stronger, thanks to the love and support of family.
  • Over 400 Kapamilya stars show #FamilyIsLove this Christmas
  • ABS-CBN Christmas Station ID to premiere on November 18

As the Christmas season approaches, ABS-CBN celebrates love found in all kinds of families through its 2018 Christmas Station ID with the theme “Family is Love” that will premiere on November 18 on “ASAP.”

Over 400 Kapamilya Stars from ABS-CBN’s entertainment and news programs on its various media platforms will be part of the video, headlined by the likes of Vice Ganda, Sarah Geronimo, Gary Valenciano, Sharon Cuneta, Piolo Pascual, new Kapamilya Regine Velasquez, and loveteams Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano, James Reid and Nadine Lustre, and Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto.

They will be joined by other ABS-CBN world-class talents Martin Nievera, Ogie Alcasid, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Billy Crawford, Iñigo Pascual, KZ Tandingan, Moira Dela Torre, Darren Espanto, Erik Santos, Janine Berdin, and Yeng Constantino and “It’s Showtime” hosts Anne Curtis, Vhong Navarro, Jhong Hilario, Amy Perez, Mariel Rodriguez, Jugs Jugueta, Teddy Corpuz, Ryan Bang, and Karylle, and the TNT Boys Mackie Empuerto, Kiefer Sanchez, and Francis Concepcion in singing this year’s theme, which lyrics were written by ABS-CBN Creative Communications Management division head Robert Labayen and Lloyd Oliver “Tiny” Corpuz, and with music by Marcus Davis and Amber Davis.

Also lending their voices in the Christmas Station ID are Coco Martin and the cast of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” (FPJAP), the UST Singers, AFP choir, Ramon Magsaysay High School (Manila) choir, and Koro Bangkal Magbikin choir.


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