A1 member Ben Adams learns Bisaya words from Morissette Amon

A1 member Ben Adams learns Bisaya words from Morissette Amon

- Ben Adams visited the Philippines to promote his newest single "This Is Christmas" together with Morissette Amon

- In a video uploaded by MOR, the A1 member learned some Bisaya words from the Pinay artist

- "Maayong adlaw," "Shagit mga bisaya," and "Gwapa kaayo" are some of the words she taught the British singer

- He impressed Morissette with his quick pick up to the Bisaya words

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The A1 member Ben Adams came to the Philippines to promote his single titled "This Is Christmas" together with Morissette Amon.

KAMI learned that the international star learned some Bisaya words from Morissette since she's a Bisaya herself who was born and raised in Cebu.

The Asia's Phoenix started off with "Maayong adlaw," "Shagit mga Bisaya," "Gwapa kaayo ka day," "Chona aning bat-ana uy!" "Ay ambot nimo dong oy!" "Salamat kaayo," which means "Good day," "Make some noise people," "You are beautiful," "This guy is awesome," "I have no idea," "Thank you," respectively.

Ben eagerly recited the Bisaya words and went along with the Pinay singer's guide. He even impressed Morissette as he picked up the words fast.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Ben Adams defended Morissette Amon on her "walkout" issue.

Ben Adams, or Benjamin Edward Stephen Adams in real life, is an English singer and songwriter, best known as a member of the 90's hit British boy band A1. He is currently performing as a solo singer. His latest single "This Is Christmas" is a collaboration project with the Philippines' very own Morissette Amon.

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