Celebrities mourn Isabel Granada’s passing » Manila Bulletin Entertainment


The local showbiz industry is mourning the loss of Isabel Granada who passed away over the weekend in Doha, Qatar.

(Clockwise): Isabel Granada, Ogie Alcasid, Chuckie Dreyfus, Maine Mendoza and Bianca Lapus

The singer-actress died at Hamad General Hospital, where she was confined since Oct. 25 after she collapsed due to brain hemorrhage leading to aneurysm. The condition affected Isabel’s heart and she fell into a comatose.

Isabel shot to fame in joining the youth-oriented show “That’s Entertainment.” She was previously paired with fellow ’80s star Chuckie Dreyfus and they did several movies together, including “Papa’s Girl” and “Lessons in Love.”

Chuckie posted an emotional farewell for her.

“Maraming salamat sa lahat ng pagkakataon na nagkasama tayo. Sa lahat ng panahon na pinasaya mo ako at ang pamilya ko. Sa pagmamahal na lagi mong pinaramdam sa akin ng buong puso. Sa bawat tawa, bungisngis, kurot at hampas sa akin na hindi ko makakalimutan. Kasama mo nawala ang napakalaking parte ng buhay ko na kailanman hindi ko na maibabalik. Ayoko pa rin maniwala. Sana sa panaginip man lang makita at makausap kita kahit papaano. Kahit man lang doon. Paalam, Isa. Mahal na mahal na mahal kita,” Chuckie posted on Facebook.

Bianca Lapus, who was one of the first who announced about Isabel’s medical condition, chose to remember their happy moments together as her tribute to Isabel.

“Heaven just gained another Angel…. Rest in peace sis Isabel Granada I am thankful for the 2 decades of friendship we had,” her message read in part.

Ogie Alcasid also sent his condolences to Isabel’s family and recalled how great she is as a friend and fellow artist.

“Isabel was a really wonderful person. Beautiful inside and out. I have worked with her in concerts and in tapings and she was always a joy to be with. God Bless you our friend,” Ogie’s tweet partly read.

Christine Babao also tweeted, “She would often like my tweets & comment & say Hi .She was so friendly. A beautiful woman.”

Maine Mendoza, who worked with Isabel on “Eat Bulaga,” also expressed sadness.

“May you rest in peace, Ms. Isabel. Deepest condolences to her family and loved ones,” her message read in part. (All photos from Instagram)

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