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The Candy Girls have spoken! Here are the Candy Rap Awards 2008 Winners.
  |  Mar 14, 2008
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Beauty and Fashion

Last year, you experimented with makeup and dressing up to figure out what works for you. Here are the top beauty and fashion essentials that made you realize just how fun finding your personal style can be!

Best Fashion Trend: Vintage
Runners-Up: Mod and Futuristic

Top Beauty Essential: Pond's Oil Control Facial Wash
Runners-Up: Olay Total Effects and Clean and Clear Pimple-Clearing Speed Gel


From hot teen stars to the much-awaited sequel to an international phenomenon, the world of showbiz shone as bright as ever!

Funniest YouTube Video: Dancing Inmates
Runners-Up: Chris Crocker's "Leave Britney Alone!" and Happy Slip


Manila welcomed the music scene's biggest acts, more local talent strengthened our Pinoy pride, and one catchy tune after another ruled the airwaves. The music industry is definitely still alive, kicking, and rockin'!

Song of the Year (Local): "Ikaw Lamang" by Silent Sanctuary
Runners-Up: "Tuliro" by Sponge Cola and "Ale" by The Bloomfields

Song of the Year (Foreign): "Umbrella" by Rihanna
Runners-Up: "Beautiful Girls" by Sean Kingston and "Irreplaceable" by Beyonce

March 2008 Issue

.~'* GRAB THE MAG! *'~.

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For other winners, check your latest issue of Candy magazine. The Candy Rap Awards winners are on pages 36-37 of your March 2008 issue with Belle Daza on the cover!

For back issues, call Loel/Vivian at Filbar's, Inc. 4162459/4139688/7262784

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