- Jose Manalo’s estranged wife Anna Lyn Manalo has already passed away
- According to the comedian’s daughter Myki Manalo, her mother died on January 14
- Myki, however, opted not to disclose Anna Lyn’s cause of death
- Myki also said that they plan to host an intimate and dignified memorial service for Anna Lyn
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Jose Manalo’s former wife Anna Lyn Manalo has passed away on January 14, the comedian’s daughter Myki Manalo posted.
On her Facebook account, Myki updated her display photo with a black image.
In the caption, Myki announced the heartbreaking news.
“Our beloved Anna Lyn S. Manalo moved on from this world earlier today, January 14, 2022. With sadness in our hearts, we find solace in knowing that she is in a better place. She is survived by her five children, Sherwin Nicco, Don Benjamin, Myki, Ai, and Colyn.”
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Myki also shared about their plan to make Anna Lyn’s memorial service intimate.
“We plan to host an intimate and dignified memorial service once everything has been arranged. For the meantime, your prayers will be very much appreciated.”
In another post, Myki penned a heartfelt tribute to her late mother.
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Jose Manalo is a Filipino actor, comedian, and one of the regular hosts of the noontime variety show, “Eat Bulaga.” One of his latest films projects was the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entry entitled “Jack Em Popoy.” He was seen on “Catch Me Out Philippines” as its host.
In April 2021, Jose got victimized by fake news spreading on social media. A death hoax about him had been circulating which caught the attention of Arnold Clavio. The Kapuso news anchor then took to social media to debunk the said hoax. According to Arnold, he was able to talk to the “Eat Bulaga” host and Jose also has a reaction to the fake news.
Earlier, his son, Benj, got married to Lovely Abella. The "Eat Bulaga" host then revealed that he had a heart-to-heart talk with son Benj before his wedding with Lovely, and the comedian offered him some marriage advice. Benj called him days before his wedding to ask for his blessing.