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Happy Break Up Movie



Viva artist, Donnalyn Bartolome, is once again giving the netizens another proof of her being the country's online princess - from being a video blogger, singer, songwriter and rapper, she is now launching her very first full-length Youtube movie, Happy Break Up. 

Donnalyn rose to fame after the release of her hit single "Kakaibabe", a track on the Diary ng Panget OST, which had 15 million hits. She recently released her album Happy Break Up with the lead single "Happy Break Up", which also became a hit, leading for the creation of the online movie with the same title. 



To surprise everyone and for you to know how talented this young lady is, she also edited the movie herself. Yes, you can now add "Editor" on Donnalyn's profile.

During the blogcon and the media preview of the Happy Break Up movie, Donnalyn revealed that it was her choice to cast former childstar Paul Salas as her leading man in the movie. And surprisingly, the now hunky Paul admitted that he has a crush on Donnalyn even before they were paired for this movie. He recalled that he was watching videos of Donnalyn online and even asked his friends to go to one of Donnalyn's mall shows, for them to finally see her in person. 


Anyway, "Happy Break Up" tells the story of Tine (Donnalyn), a girl whose heart was broken to pieces when her celebrity boyfriend, Dale (Paul) chose career over her.

With the help of her wacky family (played by Marissa Sanchez, NiƱo Muhlach, Angelica Feiliciano) and best friend (played by Kelly Welt), she will do her best to mend her broken heart. 


But as she moves on, she meets her ex-lover again. What makes their situation more complicated is Dale's on-screen partner, Carly (Sachzna Laparan), who causes Tine more trouble. 

Catch Tine's journey of love, heartaches and triumph. This feel-good romantic movie directed by Roe Pajemna will be out soon in Viva's Youtube Channel! 

Here's the full trailer:




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