Cha-Cha Cañete

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Trisha Luise Canete, (born October 6, 2004) commonly known as Cha-Cha Cañete or Bulilit, is a Filipina child actress and singer. She was first discovered by talent manager Erik Matti upon noticing her inside a coffee shop at the ABS-CBN compound[1] when she was four years old, and started out as a commercial model for the real estate company Camella Homes, with a song "Bulilit Sanay Sa Masikip".[2]

Cha-Cha Cañete
Thrisha Luise Cañete

(2004-10-06) October 6, 2004 (age 15)
Other namesChacha, Bulilit
  • Singer
  • actress
Years active2008–present
AgentStar Magic (2009–2014)

She appears regularly on the reruns of the children's sketch comedy show Goin' Bulilit.

She performed Girl on Fire by Alicia Keys in Tawag ng Tanghalan: Celebrity Champions on October 19, 2019.[3]



Year Title Role
2010 A Journey Home Daughter
2010 Wapakman Neighbor's Child
2010 In My Life Granddaughter
2014 Sa Ngalan ng Ama, Ina, at mga Anak Young Indah


Year Title Role Network
2008 Five and a Half Host Studio 23 (Now ABS-CBN Sports & Action)
2009–2010 Kulilits Host ABS-CBN
2009–2014 Goin' Bulilit Herself ABS-CBN
2010–2014 Biyaheng Bulilit Host Studio 23 (Now ABS-CBN Sports & Action)
2011 Goin' Bulilit Presents: Dance Upon A Time Mariebeth ABS-CBN
2014 Showtime Holy Week Special Young Haydee Mañosca ABS-CBN
2014 Just 4 Kids Host GMA News TV


Year Title/Award Description
Nov. 2014 2nd Place: EUROPOP at Berlin, Germany for Age 10-13 18 contestants from various European countries; Songs Performed: Impossible Dream as World Hit and Wish as Original Song from her album Bulilit Rockstar
July 2013 2 Silver Medals: World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) at Hollywood, U.S.A. for Age Category 7–13 years old Songs Performed: Climb Every Mountain, It's the Climb and Wish
May 2012 First Album: Bulilit Rockstar Exclusively distributed worldwide by Star Records; 9 original Filipino songs with bonus tracks including a minus 1 for all her songs and Johnsons and Johnsons Playdays jingle; Carrier single "Bakit o Bakit"; List of songs: Bakit o Bakit, Sometimes the Sun Shines Blue, Bulilit ... Handa Awit, Japan, Japan!, Best Friend, Cool School, Sports, Let's Dance and Wish
March 2012 Music Video for "Bakit o Bakit" (Carrier Single) First shown in March 2012 Goin Bulilit show; Featuring the popular band Tanya Markova


Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Description
2008 22nd PMPC Star Awards for TV Nominated Best Children Show Host (Five and a Half; Studio 23)
2009 onwards TV Commercials: Camella, Plemex, Bear Brand, Hunts Tomato Sauce
2009 onwards TV Guestings (local): Showtime, Minute to Win It, Kiddie Kwela, Wowowee, ASAP, Eat Bulaga, Rated K, Failon Ngayon, Matanglawin, Sweet Life among others
2012 onwards Radio Guestings (local): Brgy. LS, Pinas FM, Magic among others
2009 onwards Endorser: Moose Girl, Mario D' Boro and Robinsons Supermarket Wellness Campaign
2009 onwards Sponsors: Converse, Barbie Bags and Secosana, Faces and Curves, ZEN
2010 Anak TV Seal Awardee for Biyaheng Bulilit; 24th PMPC Star Award for TV Nominated Best Children Show Host, Kulilits, ABS-CBN
2010 onwards Actively helping LRM Foundation in their various social programs in Luzon
2010 onwards Participation in government campaign programs promoting children's rights (Agencies: Council for the Welfare of Children, Department of Social Welfare and Development, Department of Labor and Employment and Department of Agriculture; Campaigns: Ad Campaign for the Creation of Barangay Council for Children, Poster on Travel Clearance for Children, Ad Campaign promoting white corn as alternative snacks for kids)
2014 28th PMPC Star Awards for TV Nominated Best Children Show Host ( Just for Kids; GMA News TV)


  1. ^ "Aprub!". Aprub!. Archived from the original on 2014-01-02. Retrieved 2013-10-08.
  2. ^ "Cha Cha Cañete - News, Biography, Photo Gallery, Discussion". Archived from the original on 2012-03-25. Retrieved 2013-10-08.
  3. ^ "TNT Celebrity Champions: Cha-Cha Cañete sings Alicia Keys' Girl On Fire". ABS-CBN Entertainment. October 19, 2019. Retrieved July 29, 2020.

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