Toni Gonzaga to sing Philippine national anthem at Marcos's inauguration

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Toni Gonzaga interviewing Ferdinand
Toni Gonzaga interviewing Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos. (Screengrab from Toni Gonzaga YouTube channel)

TV host Toni Gonzaga will sing the Philippine national anthem at the inauguration of President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. as the country's 17th president on June 30.

The ceremony, to be held at the National Museum, will also feature Cris Villonco performing the inauguration song "Pilipinas Kong Mahal" with the Young Voices of the Philippines Choir, according to reports.

Franz Imperial, a member of the preparation committee, said that Marcos' oath-taking would be administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Alexander Gesmundo. He also said the inauguration would be solemn and simple.

Gonzaga, a former ABS-CBN artist and host of Pinoy Big Brother, had previously been criticized by other celebrities when she signaled her support for Marcos' presidential bid by hosting his proclamation rally earlier this year.

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