It seems that ABS-CBN’ sIt’s Showtime’ Mini Me 3 weekly finalist Myrelle Jazzey Vergel de Dios as Mini Yeng Constantino will be going places. This is after 5-year old smart girl showed her storytelling talent in front of the hosts of GMA-7’s noontime show Eat Bulaga last Wednesday, May 16. Watch the video below and be amazed on how she did it.
As you can see, Myrelle Jazzey was chosen to be Eat Bulaga’s candidate for Hype Kang Bata Ka on their segment Juan for All, All for Juan, when Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, Paolo Ballesteros and Maine Mendoza visited Barangay 239, Zone 22, Tondo, Manila. When Maine asked her who taught her, Jazzey said her mother who taught her.
Jose then asked Jazzey if she is beautiful, and she said, “Yes.” He also her if Maine Mendoza is beautiful and she said, “Yes. Lahat naman po ng tao, magaganda at gwapo! (Every human being is pretty and handsome!)” – Smart answer! Also watching Eat Bulaga Broadway Centrum studio are Bossing Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon and Allan K.
To the surprise of everyone, Myrelle Jazzey first sang the chorus of Sarah Geronimo’s “Bata, Bata, Ano Ang Pangarap Mo?” before proceeding to doing her storytelling. Shortly, she introduced herself as Teacher Jazzey, saying that she will tell a story about the importance of education, and impressed everyone for the next three minutes.
Early this month, Myrelle Jazzey Vergel de Dios joined It’s Showtime’s Mini Me 3 contest as the Mini Yeng Constantino, and went viral for her “hugot” lines and impressive acting lines. Obviously show hosts Vice Ganda, Karylle, Anne Curtis and Vhong Navarro. Two weeks later, she was chosen as one of the weekly finalists.
And yes, Myrelle Jazzey has also appeared in ABS-CBN’s show Goin’ Bulilit via its segment Jazzkeng Bata ka. But in case you’re not aware, she has been doing hugot lines videos since 2017 when she was only 4 years old, as uploaded by her mother Ivy Vergel de Dios on her Facebook page. So yes, I think she’s a superstar in the making.