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NP bets entertain crowd with songs

February 12, 2010

TANZA, CAVITE – IT’S NOT YET NOON BUT LAWYER ADEL TAMANO, NACIONALISTA PARTY SENATORIAL CANDIDATE, ALREADY BREAKS OUT INTO A POPULAR DITTY ON STAGE, WHILE CAMPAIGNING IN BARANGAY (VILLAGE) UNO HERE FRIDAY.
If the Commission on Elections does prohibit showbiz celebrities from endorsing candidates for the May presidential elections, the NP may just have to rely on its own national candidates to provide entertainment at their campaign rallies.
Tamano, a Harvard-trained lawyer, sang a duet of an abbreviated version of “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang” with an unidentified lady before a jampacked gym here where nearly 1,000 residents bore the searing heat to listen to the campaign pitch of the NP team.
Not to be outdone, NP vice presidential bet, Senator Loren Legarda, called the rally a “Valentine’s Day rally” and sang the Carpenters’ “Won’t Last a Day Without You.”
In his resumé, Tamano, 39, lists singing as among his skills, aside from acting and dancing.
Tamano sang the same song at the NP’s campaign kick-off rally in Calamba, Laguna last Tuesday.
And if Legarda and Tamano run out of songs, no less than its standard bearer, Senator Manuel Villar, could pitch in. Villar broke into a lip-synched version of television host Willie Revillame’s “Ikaw Na Nga” to cap the Laguna rally.