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Isabelle Daza moves to ABS-CBN.

Isabelle Daza, the daughter of former beauty queen Gloria Diaz, is now a Kapamilya.

The 26-year-old model-actress signed an exclusive network contract with ABS-CBN on Monday. Present during the contract signing were Isabelle's talent manager, ABS-CBN broadcast head Cory Vidanes, ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, among others.

She will be part of the upcoming ABS-CBN soap opera "Nathaniel" with Gerald Anderson and Shaina Magdayao.

This came just days after Isabelle announced she is leaving GMA-7's noontime variety show "Eat Bulaga," where she served as a co-host since 2011.

"Just wanted to say thank you for an amazing 3 and a half years. It's been such a wonderful journey growing with Eat Bulaga and I will treasure this my whole life. You guys have welcomed me and made me feel part of your family," Isabelle said on her Instagram account.

She added, "Thank you for the constructive criticism and putting up with my singing and dancing and always pushing me to do my best. This show has taught me so much. I'm so lucky to have gotten the chance to get to know you all. It brings me great sadness to say good bye, but you will always have a place in my heart."

Isabelle previously worked under Star Cinema when she did "It Takes a Man and a Woman" in 2013.

Isabelle follows Jolina Magdangal, who recently signed an exclusive contract with ABS-CBN after being a GMA-7 artist for more than a decade.

Caption: Isabelle Daza

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Title Annotation:Filipino Showbiz
Publication:The Filipino Post
Date:Nov 27, 2014
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