Wednesday, December 28, 2016


She in now owning the longest running TV series of 2015 and 2016 which is "Doble Kara." She is so effective both in playing a bida or a kontrabida role as proved by her said teleserye. She is the reigning Teleserye Queen in the daytime timeslot and yes, she is really the best young actress today with a great acting stint!   

Therefore, we are giving our Leading Lady of the Year recognition here in our very own The 7TH TV Series Craze Awards 2016 to no other than Ms. Julia Montes!

Because of her natural charm in acting in most of the top-rating TV series in the Kapamilya network, Montes is now crowned as the "Royal Princess of Drama!" She can perform well either an antagonist or a protagonist character. She effectively portrayed a kontrabida in "Mara Clara"  and "Ikaw Lamang" and a bida in "Walang Hanggan" and "Muling Buksan ang Puso."  And now, her two bida and kontrabida characters were merged into one TV series via "Doble Kara" playing twin sisters! Take note, all of her teleserye were top-rating!  

Montes also have no regular loveteam. But look, she can still manage to shine brighter and can be paired to top leading men like Coco Martin, Gerald Anderson, JC De Vera, Jake Cuenca, Rayver Cruz, Edgar Allan Guzman, Enchong Dee, Enrique Gil, and Sam Milby! 

Congratulations Julia Montes! You truly deserve to be our The 7TH TV Series Craze Awards Leading Lady of the Year! More projects are coming your way! Godbless and more power! (TV Series Craze)  


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