9 Musical Moments Of Janella Salvador That Had Us Screaming For An Encore

Showing the girls how it's done.

A ballad track, a pop song, or even a Disney musical, you name it, Janella Salvador always serves vocals.

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Ever since her showbiz debut in the smash-hit ABS-CBN series Be Careful With My Heart, Janella Salvador has never stopped making us stan for her whether it be on the television, in movies, online, and even on the stage. An award-winning actress, best-selling musician, a loving mother, and one-half of the Darlentina love team that’s been taking the nation by storm, Janella can basically do everything and excel in doing it. 

But today, let’s focus on one of her talents that always makes her shine: singing. Born to a mother who’s a West End performer, it’s not surprising that music is in Janella’s genes. Yet still, she manages to dazzle everyone with her versatile singing ability that’s on the one hand, comparable to that of a Disney princess, and on the other, is definitely a pop star material. Let’s then look at some of the moments where Janella Salvador made us shut up and captivated by her vocal prowess.


Speaking of a Disney princess-tier singing quality, here’s Janella Salvador transporting us to ancient Polynesia with her mesmerizing rendition of Moana’s How Far I’ll Go. Her performance is so flawless that even Walt Disney Studios Philippines needed another run, this time for the launch of Disney+ Philippines late last year. And yes, it was an equally spellbinding moment.


In 2014, Janella Salvador debuted on the Himig Handog stage to perform her first-ever solo track, Mahal Kita Pero. Do you hear the audience’s screams? Janella proved that night that she was the next shining star of P-pop. Oh, she also went home victorious that day winning third best song and the best music video award.


A throwback to her kikay era, here’s Janella melting our own hearts with her sweet-sounding single, Ganyan Talaga. It’s part of her debut self-titled album in 2015, which, take this, was among the top-selling at the time, and was even certified as a platinum record by Philippine Association of the Record Industry.


Janella Salvador has been a regular at Disney In Concert having been performed a couple of times in the magical musical event. And rightfully so, as Janella has that majestic tonal quality that’s always enchanting to hear. Like in the video above, where she sung Frozen’s For The First Time In Forever, eating up the stage with Asia’s Phoenix, Morrisette Amon.


Being the multi-talented singer-actress that she is, of course Janella Salvador sang the official soundtrack of her first major series Oh My G! that she headlined in 2016. Taking on a Donna Cruz classic, Janella has made another pleasant and melodious rendition of I Can. And just how the song goes, yes, Janella really CAN sing any song. 


Janella Salvador’s musical talent also shows whenever and wherever needed. Even when it was an impromptu request to sing Mariah Carey’s My All from the unkabogable star Vice Ganda on Gandang Gabi Vice, Janella still served as always.



When we say Janella Salvador is a versatile artist, we mean it. Just look at how she blends magically with Daniel Padilla’s voice in their ASAP performance of Frank Ocean’s Moon River. Is there anything she can’t sing flawlessly?


In 2020, Janella Salvador made a much-anticipated comeback in the music scene with her pop ballad, Blanko. And as expected, Janella has never lost that musical flair and fans even notice how her voice has even bloomed further. By now, you should understand that when it comes to singing, Janella never disappoints.



And finally, we end with an ayuda to all the Darlentina stans out there. You deserve this. Here’s Janella Salvador and Jane de Leon sharing the stage with the Concert King himself, Martin Nievera, and performing the Dean Martin classic, Sway. Please don’t faint y’all.

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