Our deepest thanks and appreciation to the very talented, amazing, outstanding performers of the Pinoy’s Got Talent segment at the 17th Annual Filipino Cultural Celebration held on June 9, 2018 at the Oceanside Civic Center and plaza and the beautiful emcee, professional singer and local actress Debbie Nicastro.
*Ms Jeanelle B Serquina
13 years old, 8th grader at Guajome Park Academy. Won best talent in 2009, 2011, and 2016. Won little miss Filam 2011 and was Pre teen miss Filam 2016 . Won the Mabuhay singing competition in San Diego. Awarded as a 2017 emerging achiever by the San Diego Filipino American humanitarian foundation on March 2017. Guest Performer for Vhong Navarro and Karylle concert in Los Angeles on September 2017 and for Miss Cosmos and Miss teen California on April 2018.
Guest Performer for Jessica Sanchez American Idol 1st runner up in Los Angeles on May 2018
“Ave Maria by Beyoncé “
*Mariah Grace Fulinara, Miss Fil-Am 2017. She resides in San Diego as a full time student in the Department of Nursing. After she graduates school as a Registered Nurse, she aspires to go back to school to earn her MSN and Nurse Practitioner license. She has been apart of pageantry pretty much all her life, been polynesian dancing since the age of four, which was her talent for the Miss Fil-Am in which she won “Best in Talent” and will be performing at the Annual Filipino Cultural
Miss Costa Mesa Teen USA 2019. Graduate Barbison of Hollywood Acting and Modeling . Honor roll of California Virtual Academy
Sing and dance
“Havana by Camilla Cabello”
*Cris Deguzman from Oceanside CA.
Been a zumba instructor for more than 6 years now.
Teaches Zumba at LA Fitness and Paige Fieldhouse inside the base.
*Cassandra Estrella from Fallbrook.
Been a zumba instructor for more than 3 years now and she loves to travel
Teaches Zumba at LA Fitness and Paige Fieldhouse inside
*Jocelyn Atienza from Oceanside Ca.
She’s registered nurse and she loves to dance.
“Babababoom by MM & MJ Mango”
Angelica is 14 years old and is currently attending Fallbrook Union High School. Her love for music started as a toddler and was evident when she would sing along to the tunes on her mother’s iPod. Her very first memory of singing was when her Mom would put her in the stroller and Angelica would sing out loud while she jogged around the neighborhood. Her first public performance was leading the National Anthem during a school presentation as a kindergartener!
Currently, Angelica performs with the Warrior Choir group at her high school, to include 4 large-stage productions with solos and at other various school events. She was recently awarded as the “Outstanding Singer” within the Warrior Choir.
“Hallelujah” by/in the style of Alexandra Burke
We’re so proud of them! Zucette Lumabas Bsn chair, Dorothy Mahimer cochair.