Stars mourn death of German ‘Kuya Germs’ Moreno

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Stars mourn death of German ‘Kuya Germs’ Moreno

Rob Reyes

Lea Salonga, Regine Velasquez, Alden Richards, Billy Crawford, and others express their sadness over the death of the 'Master Showman'

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Local celebrities mourned the passing of German “Kuya Germs” Moreno, who died early Friday morning, January 8.

Ogie Alcasid and Vice Ganda expressed there condolence on Twitter.


 


 


 

Judy Ann Santos paid tribute to Kuya Germs.

 

Maraming salamat kuya germs… Marami kaming binigyan mo ng pagkakataon sa industriyang minahal mo.. Paalam po master showman..

A photo posted by Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo (@officialjuday) on


 

Iza Calzado posted this on Instagram.

MasterShowman.. Until the very end you were the epitome of the famous Showbiz line “the show must go on” it amazed me to see you doing radio work and still host for your show after your health scare last year. You would even go to Showbiz events like that of @iamnoelferrer's book launch in SM MOA even if it's far away and super traffic. Your passion for this business is unmatched. Growing up I would hear you and dad talk about the good and bad things about show business. The 2 faces of Showbiz that you so loved. Now it's time to take your final bow, Kuya Germs. You will be terribly missed by the people in the industry that you loved so much and loved and respected you in return. Maraming Salamat Sa pag gabay at pagmamahal. I'm sure you and Tatay are already preparing for your first MasterShowman episode in Heaven. Wag niyo muna ako I-guest ha  Thank you for everything. We will miss you! Love you Kuya Germs… Paalam

A photo posted by  DREAM BIG  (@missizacalzado) on


 

Actress Vina Morales posted this on Instagram.


 

Destiny Rose star Ken Chan also paid tribute to his “tatay” Germs.


Amy Perez-Castillo posted this.


 

Billy Crawford posted a heart warming message to the man he considers as a father.

Pa, I don't know where to begin. You've always been there when I needed you the most. You are the most generous, selfless, genuine, caring father/mentor anyone could ever ask for. You're one of the reasons why I'm still in this industry you love oh so much. I'm sad that I'm not there next to you to say my goodbyes. You will be missed tremendously. We fought, we laughed, we cried, we sang, we danced and we shared the same stage for so many years! And I want to just thank you for teaching me and guiding me through everything. It hurts to see you leave us, but God is right there to make you rest and enjoy eternity with Him. I also pray for your family to be strong and to carry a smile like you always did. You will always be our MASTER SHOWMAN! Most importantly you will always be my father and I will always be your makulit na adopted son! RIP, Pa. I love you.

A photo posted by Billy Crawford (@billyjoecrawford) on


Alden Richards posted this on Twitter.


 

Regine Velasquez-Alcasid posted this on Instagram.


 

Lea Salonga expressed her condolences to the Moreno family on Twitter.


 

Other celebrities such as  Mikee Cojuangco, Dingdong Avanzado, Ruby Rodriguez, GMA artists Bea Benene, and Julie San Jose also expressed their sadness over the death of the showbiz icon.


 


 

He helped countless people in showbiz. Farewell to a Filipino icon, German Moreno. Goodnight, Kuya Germs. That was, entertainment. #RIPKuyaGerms

Posted by Truefaith on Thursday, January 7, 2016

 


 



 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 

Kuya Germs hosted shows such as  GMA SupershowThat’s Entertainment, and has appeared in many TV shows and films. He  last hosted the late night show  Walang Tulugan with The Master Showman, which airs every Saturday.

Last year, Kuya Germs suffered a stroke. He has since been taking therapy, and even attended a number of press conferences and events to supports his talents.

Kuya Germs also pioneered the Walk of Fame at the Eastwood Mall, where names of the stars are placed. – Rappler.com

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