Last entry ko ito tungkol sa Philippine Idol this year. Natanggal ngayong gabi si Pow Chavez. Sila ni Miguel Mendoza ang nasa bottom 2.

Sa pagtatapos ng paglalakbay ni Pow sa kumpetisyong ito, masaya siyang hinihintay ng kanyang mga tagahanga — kabilang kami nina Mhay at Migmig–sa bagong level na sasalubong sa kanya. “Sana lang magka-album na Pow,” sabi ni Mhay sa text. Excited na rin ako.

Sayang lang, ‘di namin siya napanood nang live sa Philippine Idol. Pero manonood kami ng gigs niya. Makakapagpa-picture rin kami kasama siya balang araw. 🙂

Update: Tungkol sa pagkaalis ni Pow sa Philippine Idol, mula sa ibang bloggers:

Jove Francisco:

A great transition from Idol hopeful to a true blue Idol.
The kind we admire so much because her only drive is to sing for us.

Cryptic mess:

I have no doubt that in a few months’ time, we’ll be hearing new records and interesting covers from Pow Chavez. It’s bound to happen. She may have been voted off from the Philippine Idol tonight, but boy, no one can stop her from making it big in the industry. Nasimulan na eh.

Calm Before The Storm:

Pow, I’m sorry I was not able to vote for you, but I will support your career from now own. Starting with your gigs, and then your album (you should have one!). Tagal ko nang di bumibili ng CD but I will buy your CD once it gets out. PROMISE.

High Denzity:

What’s in store for Pow that she is out? Rumor has it that a major TV network has set its eyes on her. And really, with Pow’s talent, she will go far in the music industry.


Haay naku. But that’s life. Life is unfair but it doesn’t have to be unfair forever. It is not the end of the road for Pow. We will be seeing more of Pow in concerts, album launching and tours.

More POWer to your future . You have a lot of fans, Pow.

Balik na tayo sa regular programming…

Ederic Eder

Ederic is a Filipino communications worker in the telecom, media, and technology industry. He writes about K-dramas and Korean celebrities for Hallyudorama.

He used to be a social media manager for news at GMA Network, where he also headed YouScoop, GMA News and Public Affairs’ citizen journalism arm.

He was with Yahoo! Philippines for more than three years before returning to GMA Network, where he was also previously part of the News Research section.

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