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Rachelle Ann drops out of ‘Divas’ concert

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International theater actress Rachelle Ann Go has dropped out of the highly-anticipated “Divas: Live in Manila” concert, her talent agency announced on social media.

“Hello everyone. We have good and bad news. The bad: Rachelle Ann Go will no longer be part of the ‘Divas: Live in Manila’ concert,’ “ according to Erickson Raymundo, President of Cornerstone Entertainment., in an Instagram post recently.

“The good: Rachelle Ann can’t make it to the concert anymore because a major project came her way. Trust us: It’s the kind of offer you can’t – and don’t refuse. We can’t tell you yet, but when the cat’s out of the bag, you’ll understand why she had to pull out. Stay tuned for announcements!” Raymundo added.

The all-female concert features Angeline Quinto, Kyla, KZ Tan-dingan, and Yeng Constantino. It will be held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City on Nov. 11.

No word yet as to who will replace Go who is now in London for the musical “Les Miserables.”

Go hit the international stage after she won the role of the disillusioned Gigi Van Thran in the revival of the musical “Miss Saigon” in West End in 2014.

On August 31, Go turned 30. Days before her birthday, she posted a photo with a diamond ring on her finger. She also shared photos with her friends while celebrating her special day.

Go is now making waves in musicals abroad. In June she won the West End Frame’s 2016 Best Performance of a Song award for her rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” in Les Miz.

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