The longest noontime series “Eat Bulaga” on Philippine TV, for over 4 decades! “Has opened doors to aspiring young artists throughout the country.
The “Little Miss Philippines” segment has given way to many young girls in showbiz.
Many of its winners are now enjoying a great and prolific show career thanks to the great successful start of their careers.
However, if we have those who are still famous, we have others who enjoy their short moment quietly and are happily lost in the spotlight. Shanadine Llarena or Dindin Llarena was among these.
In the 1990s Eat Bulaga was invaded by an adorable seven-year-old girl from Olongapo City! And captured the hearts of many television viewers.
During the final round of the competition, she was able to represent the National Capital Region (NCR).
Her singing powers proved to everyone that she was one of her generation’s most promising child stars.
She had a duet with foreign singer David Pomeranz one of her most memorable appearances.
Besides singing, Dindin also performs with skill. She was also included in several films, such as ‘ Sanib ‘ (2003), ‘ ‘ Magnifico ‘ (2003) and ‘ Singsing ni Lola ‘ (2002).
However, the singer-actress decided in the late 2000s to leave the limelight and concentrated on her studies.
After five years of study, she graduated from Comteq Computer and Business College (CCBC) in Olongapo City with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Following a few years on hiatus. In 2014 Dindin returned to the EB and became one of the “Little Miss Philippines 2014” judges.
She also had the opportunity to perform with Julia Clarete, a former EB member.
Besides that, on “The Ryzza Mae Show,” she appeared as a guest. Dindin also appeared with Julie Ann San Jose on the now-defunct Kapuso Sunday variety show “SOP.”
Her latest photographs show how Dindin became a beautiful young lady from a cute little girl. Many of the netizens wanted her to stay in showbiz.
But perhaps fate has other plans for Dindin in store, perhaps more than becoming an actress.
Sources have reported that Dindin is active in the non-profit organization PTT Philippines Foundation Inc. She was a customer services director and now loves her personal life away from the spotlight.
What can you say?