Bianca Umali celebrated her 18th birthday elegantly at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel in Mandaluyong last March. Bianca Umali wore a Liza Padilla glowing dress for her grand entrance. She also wore a pantsuit again by Liza Padilla and a beaded Fay Reyes gown on the night of her debut.
Aside from the gowns, the venue looked like it came out of a fairytale book. It was a room with balloons that filled the ceiling, tons of flowers surrounding the venue, and romantic candles on every guests’ tables. She also had a multi-tiered cake with blue and pink flowers. All of her guests were in white including all the celebrities who graced their presence to celebrate with the actress.
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Some of the Kapuso stars who joined the celebration were Tom Rodriguez, Carla Abellana, Rodjun Cruz, Inah de Belen, Kaila Estrada, her co-star Kyline Alcantara, and her love-team partner Miguel Tanfelix.
Bianca Umali was part of several GMA shows like “Niño”, “Ismol Family”, “Once Upon a Kiss”, and “Mulawin vs. Ravena”. She is currently working on the high-rating primetime series “Kambal, Kariba” with Miguel Tanfelix and Kyline Alcantara.
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During her role for GMA’s telefantasya “Mulawin vs. Ravena” in 2017, Bianca was in and out of the gym prepping for her role. This was the same time when people started noticing her better physique. It was known that Bianca was chubby as a little girl. But now she blossoms into a fit and healthy woman who just entered the adult world. To maintain her fit body, she continues to work out at the gym and have a healthy lifestyle.
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Bianca is a young actress filled with potential and she has already begun making her mark in the industry. She truly is a promising actress and we wouldn’t be surprised to see her more often in the coming years.