Top 10 Female Celebrity Endorsers in the Philippines
The status of a celebrity in the showbiz industry in the Philippines can be easily determine by the numbers of their endorsements. If a celebrity has many endorsement it means she is one of the most in-demand in the industry. Through product endorsing, it is also one of the best way for celebrities to earn a lot of money.
Let us see who are the top 10 most in-demand female celebrity endorsers in the Philippines.
1. Kim Chiu
Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu is a 27 years old actress and gained a lot of product endorsement after she won in Pinoy Big Brother and starred many TV series.+
2. Anne Curtis
Anne is one of the most beautiful faces in the industry. She was also part of Top 20 celebrity endorsers in the Philippines in 2011.
3. Pia Wurtzbach
Pia was the third Filipina to win the title and crowned Miss Universe in 2015. After her unforgettable winning moment, countless product endorsements have lined just to get her.
4. Angel Locsin
Despite all the issues about her botched hair treatment and health issues, Angel still make it to the list.
5. Marian Rivera
Even after she gave birth to Baby Zai, Marian still make it to the list of the top endorser. Marian gained product endorsements to which feature Baby Z.
6. Sarah Geronimo
Sarah is one of the most idolized Filipino singer, dancer, songwriter, record producer, actress, and television personality. She’s also one of the top endorser.
7. Kris Aquino
Queen of all media may not be active in TV shows but she still make it to the list as one of the top endorser.
8. Liza Soberano
Liza is one of the most sought-after actress of her generation. She’s also one of the most beautiful faces in the world.
9. Kathryn Bernardo
Kathryn is also one of the top endorser together with her on and off screen partner, Daniel Padilla.
10. Maine Mendoza
She’s known as Yaya Dub that make her one of the fastest rising celebrity. Due to her appeal to public, she become one of the most in-demand endorsers in the country. Her face is what you most see in EDSA and on TV commercials.