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Jennylyn Mercado is loveless?

So, is it true the comely actress Jennylyn Mercado is loveless? By implication, that seems to be the case. And it it’s some kind of therapy for Jennylyn to sing her blues away, according to showbiz columnist Isah Red. “After all, at an early age she learned that singing makes bad mem­ories in her life go away, at least tem­porarily,” he wrote.

It was recounted that when she joined the first edition of StarStruck in which she won the female survivor (along with the male winner Mark Her­ras who became her boyfriend for some­time) she has always wanted to focus on singing despite the fact that the network has seen her potentials as an actor.

According to Red in his Manila Standard Today column, Jennylyn met with members of the press to tell them  that she has an album on the GMA Re­cords label called “Never Alone.”
Why did she call her album that?

According to the columnist, the singer and actress simply smiled and said, “I am always with my son, that’s why!” Are Jennylynn and Dennis Trillo back in each other’s arm?

Jennylyn had a ready answer. “Let’s not talk about that please. That’s an old issue. Let him be.”

Red, however, wrote that, accord­ing to a source, the estranged lovers are in constant communication either as friends or as a come-backing couple. Jennylyn serenades the Filipinos with her soulful voice via her newest album.

Considered as one of the bright­est Kapuso stars, Jennylyn continues to shine not only in drama series, but also in music. Her singing career  made a significant mark when her first album, Living the Dream, turned Gold for CD sales exceeding 15,000 units, according to Red.

Jennylyn’s newest album marks her comeback to GMA Records as well as her 10th anniversary in the entertainment industry. It contains 11 songs, three of which are reviv­als including Ella Mae Saison’s “Till My Heartaches End,” and a duet with Janno Gibbs and Dennis Trillo for the songs “Never Gonna Let You Go,” and “After All,” respectively.

The columnist wrote that her al­bum’s promotional single, “Basta’t Nandito Ka,” will surely leave her fans humming the tune and memo­rizing the lyrics as it was beautifully crafted by Vehnee Saturno, the same songwriter of her very first single, “Kahit Sandali” in 2004, which be­came a hit.