MANILA, Philippines - The camp of international singing sensation Charice denied a report saying the singer is demanding $100,000 per show abroad.
In a message sent to abs-cbnNEWS.com, Charice's mother Raquel Pempengco cleared a tabloid report which said Charice's talent fee is now more than four million pesos.
Pinoy Paparazzi, in a report last July 12, said that Anna Puno, a concert producer, bared that Charice's talent fee is now $100,000. This was after she called Charice's local manager, Grace Mendoza.
Puno said she wanted to get Charice for a show abroad that's why she and Mendoza talked.
Puno said she gave up on getting Charice in her show because of the high talent fee.
Puno is the producer of Martin Nievera and Gary Valenciano's "As 1" concert.
Pempengco said it is not true that Mendoza said anything about Charice's talent fee. The mother also appealed to the concert producer to stop saying unverified information.
"Di naman po siguro maganda na ilabas ni Ms. Anna Puno ang ganitong walang katotohanang impormasyon. At hindi rin po nanggaling kay Ms. Grace ang ganitong usapan. Sana po makarating kay Ms. Anna Puno ang ganitong impormasyon na hindi dapat ilabas dahil walang katotohanan. Salamat po," Pempengco said.
Currently, Charice and her mother are in the United States.
Charice is set to be featured in 4 famous US magazines after bagging a role in the second season of the US hit TV musical series "Glee."
The teen singing sensation was in New York for 3 days for a series of interviews with Rolling Stone, US Magazine, and Seventeen.
Charice is set to do an Asian tour and on July 24, Charice is also scheduled to guest again on "Star King," the Korean TV show that sparked her international career.
Charice's performance at "Star King" was featured on YouTube, which caught the eye of popular TV host Ellen Degeneres.
She flew to the US for the first time for a one-on-one talk with Degeneres on her top-rating show.
Charice will return to the US for her first taping for “Glee” on July 29.