Filipina singer-turner-theater actress Rachelle Ann Go has earned another recognition in the United Kingdom.
29-year-old performer emerged as the winner of the Best Performance of a
Song at the 2016 West End Frame Awards last June 24.
Rachelle Ann was cited for her rendition of 'I Dreamed A Dream' in the classic musical Les Miserables.
Rachelle received the award from a British website called West End Frame which is considered as one of the leading independent theater websites in the U.K.
Unlike most award giving bodies, West End Frame opens voting for only one category at a time. Rachelle expressed her gratitude towards her fans who voted for her to win the award.
She told West End Frame, 'Wow! Thank you West End Frame! I'd like to thank all those who voted for me. It's an honour to be performing and appreciated here in beautiful London's West End. I owe this great award to you, guys!
'And to the whole Les Miserables company, thank you for being so amazing and for all the support and encouragement! What a dream come true to be part of this phenomenal long running show. I am so blessed! Cheers!'
In her Twitter account, Rachelle thanked her fans for their support.
Rachelle received 32% of over 15,000 votes counted by West End Frame.
British theater actor Matt Corner placed second for his rendition of 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You' in Jersey Boys.
Other runner-ups include Oliver Savile for his performance of 'Dancing Through Life' in Wicked, Emma Williams for her performance of 'If Mountains Were Easy To Climb' in Mrs Henderson Presents, Matt Henry for his performance of 'Hold Me In Your Heart' in Kinky Boots, and Josie Benson for her performance of the song 'Enough' in In The Heights. (Click here for the full results!)
Other winners of the popularity award also congratulated Rachelle for her big win.
Rachelle Ann debuted on West End theater by portraying Gigi Van Tranh in the restaging of the classic musical Miss Saigon in May 2014.
For her portrayal of the bar girl, Rachelle Ann earned the Best Featured Actress award at the 2014 Broadway World UK/West End Awards and the Best Supporting Actress in the 2015 WhatsOnStage Awards.
In June 2015, she portrayed the role of Fantine in Les Miserables. Her performance as Fantine earned her the award for Best Performance in a Long-Running West End show female category at the 2015 Broadway World UK awards.