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‘Julie Anne San Jose Day’ is Also Trending Worldwide on Twitter

After "Sarah G. Day" conquered the worldwide trending box, Kapuso talent and YouTube Sensation Julie Anne San Jose is now trending worldwide, too, with the keyword "Julie Anne San Jose Day."

And why is it called “Julie Anne San Jose Day” today? It’s because the Kapuso Tween star has just inked a recording contract with GMA Records earlier today, February 20, 2012.

It means the YouTube sensation who garnered million of hits for the fan video of her rendition of Nicki Minaj‘s “Superbass” (Watch the video here) during David Archuleta‘s concert last year, is going to release her first studio album very soon!

As of this posting, the term “Julie Anne San Jose Day” has been in the worldwide trending topics for two hours and 30 minutes. She’s currently no. 3 in today’s top trends list with “Sarah G. Day” at no. 1 for staying in the worldwide trending box for 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Images courtesy of @Party_Pilipinas, @Dino_Erece

1 Comment on ‘Julie Anne San Jose Day’ is Also Trending Worldwide on Twitter

  1. HattieEzekiel // February 3, 2014 at 1:09 am //

    Atlanta City Council’s public safety committee chairman, Michael Julian Bond, is now crafting an amendment to the current law to specifically allow street musicians to play, as long as they’re not aggressive. He crafted the original revisions and said the law was never intended to go after musicians saying “The revision of the law was specifically going after people who made folks feel like they were a target or a victim, like they had to give them money, like they were being harassed. Leaving a case open or a cup or a hat or whatever it is, that never was the target of what we were attempting to do” and Bond said he has the support of other council members sayimg “We’re going to address this problem and fix it” adding “I think everybody enjoys the music most of the time and we don’t want to hurt the fiddlers on the corner.”

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