Check Out Some Photos From "Star Magic Love From Home Lockdown Portraits" (Part 2)
The Star Magic artists give you an up close and personal look of what it means to them to live life under quarantine
You've seen them cook, you've seen them dance, you've seen them cry and laugh, and do nothing at all but be themselves.
After more than one hundred days under quarantine, many of Star Magic's biggest names have shared up close and personal looks of their every day joys and struggles of their new normal with fans, delighting them with personal glimpses of who they are, off-camera. Like many Filipinos, their fans have craved for something to bring them happiness during a time when the feeling is fleeting, a need which these artists have helped fulfill.
And as the country continues to keep pushing forward amidst the COVID-19 crisis, these Star Magic artists continue to work together to bring a special project to the table—a reason to give all Filipinos a reason to smile.
For the first time ever, the Star Magic artists participated in a creative DIY, at-home portrait shoot that allowed them full creative force. The only guideline? Their photos must show love—self- love, love for the arts, and love for others, and yes, love for animals, too!
This second volume of portraits includes images of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, Julia Barretto, Jane de Leon, Barbie Imperial, Ronnie Alonte and Loisa Andalio, Robi Domingo, Joshua Garcia, Ylona Garcia, Janella Salvador, Andrea Brillantes, and many more.
A third and final volume of portrait will be released soon.
Love From Home Part 2
Love From Home Part 2
Jane de Leon
Sharlene San Pedro
Here's a BTS look at the making of Star Magic's Love From Home Lockdown Portraits:
The next batch, which will feature the loveteams, will be launched on July 5. The full gallery may be viewed on Star Magic’s website (starmagic.abs-cbn.com) under "Lockdown Portraits." Other digital executions with select Star Magic artists are also lined up, and a one-hour TV special featuring behind the scenes footage and interviews will be aired on Metro Channel this August.
Star Magic Love From Home Lockdown Portraits and other digital events related to it also aim to raise funds for “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig (Isang Daan. Isang Pamilya.),” which encourages Filipinos to donate P100 to ease the hunger of a family during this community quarantine.
Photos courtesy of Star Magic