Filipina superstar Charice recently made her second appearance as Sunshine Corazon on Glee, and we’re sure her fans were ecstatic. What if you got a chance to make an appearance on Charice’s new music video? Ecstatic? We think so.
Now through May 23, 2011, you can enter the ACUVUE® 1•DAY Contest for a chance to win a featured role in Charice’s new video for “One Day” (yes, the song co-written and co-produced by Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers) and a trip to L.A. Read on for more details.
The ACUVUE® 1•DAY Contest gives teens the chance of a lifetime — to star with Charice in her new “One Day” music video and win a trip to Los Angeles.
To enter the ACUVUE® 1•DAY Contest, go to the ACUVUE Facebook page here and submit a picture, along with a one-sentence caption that conveys your dreams and aspirations for what you will do “One Day.” (s you probably know, Charice’s single “One Day” was co-written and co-produced by Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers. The lyrics echo Jonas’ own journey to achieving his dreams as a musician and songwriter. “This song takes me back to when I was young and talks about the road I took to arrive where I am today,” said Jonas.) You’ll also be able to view other entries, vote for your favorites to win, and download a free copy of Charice’s “One Day” single (while supplies last).
Charice knows what it’s like to be a teenager with big dreams. The 18-year-old was discovered while a teen in the Philippines, thanks in part to YouTube. Now, she’s an international superstar, with a number one song on Billboard’s Dance Charts (“Pyramid”) last year and a Top Ten Pop debut, and more than 250 million hits on YouTube. She’s toured on the David Foster and Friends Tours and will be making her big screen debut in Here Comes the Boom starring Kevin James, Salma Hayek and Henry Winkler. “Growing up, I dreamed of starring in a music video and through determination and confidence I achieved my goal. I’m excited to be able to give fans a chance to share in my dream and hopefully inspire them to start following their own,” she said.