Even The Philippine Congress Couldn’t Help But Stan Belle Mariano With This House Resolution

She even has fans in the government.

Even the House of Representatives is so into Belle Mariano.

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By now, there’s virtually no reason why you shouldn’t be into Belle Mariano. One-half of the hottest love team today and undoubtedly this generation’s phenomenal star, the Gen-Z multimedia multi-hyphenate continues to prove her mettle in acting, music, and fashion. Belle’s successful body of work and colorful achievements at such a young age is so awe-inspiring, even the 19th Congress of the Philippines couldn’t help but notice.


In a committee report to the House of Representatives, the Special House Committee on Creative Industry and Performing Arts endorses to the plenary the adoption of House Resolution No. 884, which seeks to congratulate and commend Belinda “Belle” Angelito Mariano and her notable win at the 2022 Seoul International Drama Awards (SDA).

As you might remember, Belle Mariano made quite a historic win at the SDA, an annual ceremony aimed at recognizing excellence in television production. From 175 personalities worldwide, Belle emerged as one of the only five winners of the Outstanding Asian Star Prize, garnering the most votes for her performance as Maxpein del Valle in the hit youth-oriented series, He’s Into Her

“Mariano’s feat on the international stage recognizes the high-caliber talent of the Filipino in the field of acting,” the resolution states. “She has brought great pride to the Philippines as a priming cinematic and on-screen talent.” Not only did Belle become the first Filipina to win the said accolade, she’s also the youngest artist to do so. Alden Richards and Dingdong Dantes were the only previous Filipino winners of the same award. 

Primarily sponsored by Pangasinan 4th district Rep. Christopher de Venecia, who is also the head of the abovementioned special committee, House Resolution No. 884, aka the Belle Mariano Resolution, is currently pending for adoption (but we know it’ll come through). Apart from recognizing internationally acclaimed local talents, the Special House Committee on Creative Industry and Performing Arts also focuses on the welfare and development of the creative industry, culture and the arts including those who work for live events, fashion design, film and television, music, software and animation, gastronomy, cultural heritage, advertising, print and digital media, visual arts, and the performing arts, among others.

Other Pinoy personalities who got the same treatment from the Lower House include Lea Salonga, Filipino chefs Melissa Miranda and Tim Flores, Billy Crawford, Filipino-American filmmaker Kayla Abuda-Galang, olympian pole-vaulter EJ Obiena and Golden Globe and BAFTA nominee Dolly de Leon. Meanwhile, while the Belle Mariano Resolution is in the works, Belle is also gearing up for another first, a teleserye with Donny Pangilinan that’s coming out this year. Belle Mariano just keeps on winning, doesn’t she?

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