This September in YES! Magazine, get to know more about this generation’s child wonder: Ryzza Mae Dizon.
Ryzza started talking at eight months old and grew up to be quite a talker. Her determination to rise above their hardships pushed the pint-sized dreamer to join contests—from barangay kiddie pageants to Wiltime Bigtime to Little Miss Philippines.
Her mother, Rizza Dizon, says that Ryzza cried a river when she did not make it to the elimination round of the 2012 Little Miss Philippines, and when she finally made it to the grand finals as a wildcard bet, she did not think that she would actually win, or that she would be a part of Eat Bulaga’s cast.
Initially, the people behind the noontime show didn’t have big plans for the talented tyke aside from allowing her to putter around on the set. But in only a few months, Ryzza was able to convince her bosses that she could be the next child wonder that they have been trying to groom since the days of Aiza Seguerra. Ryzza was given her own portion and more production numbers in Eat Bulaga. Then came along The Ryzza Mae Show, which made her the youngest and smallest talk show host around. Everybody is now in love with Aleng Maliit, and YES! fulfills its promise to let the public get to know her better in their latest issue.
The September issue of YES! Magazine also delves into the weight-loss success stories of known personalities like Judy Ann Santos, Bea Alonzo, Carla Abellana, and Eugene Domingo. There’s also a profile on Tom Rodriguez’s in the Pogi Series, and a special feature on Paolo Ballesteros’s ever-changing stellar looks.
The September 2013 issue of YES! Magazine is now available in newsstands, bookstores, convenience stores, and supermarkets nationwide. A digital edition of YES! is also available for download on your mobile device. For more details, visit www.pep.ph. For your daily dose of celebrity news, like YES! on Facebook at facebook.com/yesmagazine.ph or follow YES! on Twitter @YESmag, and Instagram @yes_magazine.
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