MANILA, Philippines – Rachelle Ann Go was set to return to Manila this November to join KZ Tandingan, Yeng Constantino, Kyla, and Angeline Quinto for a big concert, but it looks like she won't be able to do so for now. (WATCH: Rachelle Ann Go sings 'I Dreamed a Dream' from 'Les Miserables')
On Thursday, September 1, Cornerstone Entertainment Inc talent management group announced on social media that Rachelle will no longer be part of "Divas: Live in Manila." The concert was supposed to be held on November 11.
They added: "The good [news]: Rachelle Ann can't make it to the concert anymore because a major project came her way. Trust us: It's the kind of offer you can't –and don't – refuse." (READ: Rachelle Ann Go's important tips for taking career risks)
No announcement has been made about what Rachelle's big new project is, but Cornerstone promises that fans will understand why she had to pull out of the concert once it's public. (READ: Lea Salonga on Rachelle Ann Go's success)
Hello everyone. We have good and bad news. The bad: Rachelle Ann Go will no longer be part of the "DIVAS LIVE IN MANILA" concert. The good: Rachelle Ann can't make it to the concert anymore because a major project came her way. Trust us: It's the kind of offer you can't--and don't--refuse. We can't tell you yet, but when the cat's out of the bag, you'll understand why she had to pull out. Stay tuned for announcements! #DIVASLiveInManila #RachelleAnnGo A photo posted by Cornerstone Entertainment Inc (@cornerstone_ig) on Sep 1, 2016 at 3:05am PDT
Rachelle Ann is currently in London as she's playing Fantine in the West End production of Les Miserables. She played the same role during the musical's Manila run too, in March.
Before going into theater, Rachelle was known as a pop star – she won Search For A Star in 2004 and released many successful albums after.
Aside from Les Miserables, Rachelle was also in the West End production of Miss Saigon as Gigi Van Tranh. – Rappler.com