A decade back, good guy Bryan won public acclaim after his runner-up finish in Pinoy Pop Superstar 3.He released two albums, the first in 2010 called Begin and two years later the follow-up Hanggang Ngayon which earned gold status.But after Lynette figures in an accident she starts to have a different outlook making her more confident prompting her to live a more exciting life that she starts to attract more attention from the male populace, leaving Manuel insecure.

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That only goes to show he wants to up the ante after solidifying his status as a competent cover artist.

Some of the familiar songs he rendered in his own voice are Pagdating Ng Panahon for Dahil Sa Pag-ibig; Dadalhin for Walang Hanggan; and Bakit Ba Ganyan for Honesto. But now, he is focused on bringing his balladeer voice to a new level, as well as his look and style. Bryan is no doubt a dude perfectly fit to the catch line “every good boy does fine.” Adding to that, every good boy like him is blessed.

True enough, Bryan is hosting a travel segment on ABS-CBN’s Salamat Dok for two years now.

Always sounding like a man that single ladies would like to introduce to their parents, Bryan notices, ”My hosting for Salamat Dok endeared me more to mothers, adventurers and the health-conscious.

A recent development made sure that his singing career is going on a higher plane this year which is his 10th anniversary in showbiz.

Bryan Termulo's own version of "Dadalhin" has really captured everyone's attention and the hearts of many most especially his female followers and admirers.

He performed songs from his album and was very excited signing every cd and smiling for the camera.

My personal favorite is 'Lagay ng Puso' emotionally delivered and wonderfully sang.

By the way, Bryan was nominated as 'Best New Artist' by the 2012 Tambayan OPM Awards and 'New Male Recording Artist of the Year' by the PMPC Star Awards for Music adding to the silver and bronze medals he won at the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA).