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Big Donny Pangilinan fan receives 18 Donnys instead of roses for her debut

While the other female teens are longing for an extravagant birthday party and expensive gifts for their debut, 18 Donnys for Shao-Eng is enough for her.

The 18th birthday of a huge Donny Pangilinan fan was made more memorable by her classmates at their school.

Instead of 18 roses for her birthday, a Twitter user who goes by the name of Shao-eng! received 18 Donnys—her classmates wearing different masks with the face of the former MYX VJ.


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https://twitter.com/engotsss/status/1181052777620836353

Shao-Eng’s post was able to capture the attention of Donny, and  despite his busy schedule, he re-tweeted the post with a caption: “Cute”

While the other female teens are longing for an extravagant birthday party and expensive gifts for their debut, 18 Donnys for Shao-Eng is enough for her.

Actually, Shao-eng stated that this is more than enough she could ever ask for.

https://twitter.com/engotsss/status/1183034203593510912

Meanwhile, the director of Mary Poppins Returns, Rob Marshall, praised Donny for his interview skills.

He said, “You’re so good. You know why you’re so good? Because you listen. A lot of people have questions already planned, but you listen to what I’m saying and go with it. That’s a rare quality.”

Ever since Donny joined the entertainment industry, the multi-talented actor has worked with several brands for commercial projects such as Cococrunch, Alaska, Neslac, and Nestle. Currently, Donny is busy with his upcoming film with Loisa Andalio and Ronnie Alonte, James and Pat and Dave (the sequel to Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia’s 2016 movie Vince and Kath and James).

During the Star Magic Ball 2019, he revealed that they are almost 80% done with the film. Here’s a quick update from Donny.

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