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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

They will miss Marky Cielo

As Filipinos rejoiced over Manny Pacquiao’s win against Oscar De la Hoya last Sunday, showbiz was grieving due to the sudden demise of former StarStruck Ultimate Sole Survivor Batch 3 Marky Cielo. This also shocked his family, friends and fans. Mark’s mom Mildred found her eldest son dead in his room at their Mission Hills, Antipolo residence at 6 a.m. Mildred rushed Mark at the Antipolo Doctors’ Hospital but the doctors declared him dead on arrival at 10 a.m.

His remains lie at the Cielos’ house in Antipolo. It will be brought to his hometown in Benguet.

Marky’s acting and dancing skills endeared him to the public. It was not surprising why he starred on Fantastikids, Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan, Kaputol ng Isang Awit, S.O.P and Startalk’s Struckatak. His amiable personality and wholesome image helped him become the role model of young people and Department of Health’s Youth Spokesperson.

Now that he’s gone, many couldn’t help but reminisce the good old days they spent with Marky. Among them are his fellow StarStruck graduates who have grown with Marky on and off camera.

Their thoughts:

Iwa Moto — “He was a great person and always smiling. I had never seen him frowning nor getting mad. He was also funny kasi everytime na kausap mo siya parang laging late mag-sink in sa kanya yung sinasabi mo. He was professional and a brother to us. He will stay alive in our heart.”

Gian Carlos — “I don’t just consider him a friend but a brother as well. First day pa lang ng StarStruck days namin, magkaibigan na kami. He is the godfather of my child. ‘Pag naaalala ko siya, puro masasayang moments namin ang naaalala ko. I will miss Boknoy (Marky’s nickname) as a true friend.”

Rhea Nakpil — “He is my Papa Bear. He has always been the Golden Boy of our batch. He was humble and cheerful. What I like about him is that he never changed a bit given his popularity. What I can never forget about him is when I asked a favor from him about my school project. He helped me with open heart. He would always find time (to his friends) even if he was busy. He remains my Papa Bear and me, his bear. Our leader and brother will always stay forever in our heart. We love you Boknoy.”

Arci Muñoz — “His personality reflects every action he does. He was very persistent, caring, fun to be with but very deep. He was the kind of person you cannot easily read. When we were doing Startalk Struckatak with Chuck (Allie), he would untie my shoe lace after I just tied it. He would burp ABCs in front of my face and dance his favorite robot moves. But after our shot, he would throw at me a can of Coke Light and say, ‘Sorry kung in-untie ko ang shoe lace mo kanina.’ I called him kuya during our Starstruck competition. I’d stay in a corner and try to draw and he’d approach me to ask if he could draw on my pad as well. He made me a layout of Wolverine. I still have it with me. He also knew how to touch everyone’s heart with just a smile.”

Vaness del Moral — He was down-to-earth, caring, loving, patient. He was a good son. I will never forget our tawagan as Lakay and Baket. You would never hear him complain nor say negative things about anyone.

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