Maine Mendoza releases new single for her fans

In celebration of her on March 3, Maine Mendoza is releasing her new “Lost With You” which she offers to fans.

Maine’s song is heartfelt and soothing with the lyrics “We might not make it home but we learn a thing or two. I don’t mind getting lost with you.”

Fans were thrilled by Maine Mendoza’s gift to them.

“Napakasarap sa tenga ng boses hindi nakakasawang ulit ulitin na pakinggan. So beautiful the song and the lyrics so meaningful.. Congrats Nicomaine for the new Album na siguradong mag hihit..” a netizen said.

“Ganda ng song relaxing at ang sweet ng boses ni meng… happy birthday and congrats sa new single ????????????” another netizen said.

Maine’s “Lost With You” is released under Universal Records.

In the Star Bites report of GTV “Balitanghali” on Tuesday, it was said that “Lost With You” is now available on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube music, and other digital stores.

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Maine Mendoza releases new single for her fans

Maine Mendoza, is a Filipino actress and television personality. She is best known for her Dubsmash videos and her role as Yaya Dub in the noontime reality show Eat Bulaga! segment “Kalyeserye”, previously aired on GMA Network and worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV.

Her rise to fame is often described as phenomenal and unconventional due to the scripted forming of AlDub love team in Eat Bulaga! on July 16, 2015 where she was paired with Alden Richards. AlDub is a portmanteau of Richards’ first name and Mendoza’s character in “Kalyeserye.”

Meanwhile, Alden Richards and Bea Alonzo would star in a film for the first time. To carry out the project, three large film companies will join forces.

In a Chika Minute report by Nelson Canlas on GMA News “24 Oras” on Tuesday, it was said that the movie starring Alden and Bea will be based on the Japanese series “Pure Soul,” which became the hit Korean movie “A Moment To Remember.”

Alden and Bea will act as a couple facing their trials due to the early development of Alzheimer’s disease.