With her hosting, acting and performing skills, there’s no wonder Gabbi Garcia has built a strong following.

    At age 21, Gabbi has already starred in various series and movies where she received recognitions from award-giving bodies. She is also the face of numerous brands here and abroad, earning her the tag, “Global Endorser.”

    With five million followers on Instagram and more than four million on Facebook, Gabbi is considered as one of the most influential social media celebrities and most trusted endorsers in the country.

    Just recently, giant messaging app Rakuten Viber chose her as one of the VIP guests to watch the FC Barcelona game in Spain.

    The GMA Artist Center talent is also the newest face of Belo Beauty’s Lumino Vita Glow treatment. Her billboards line EDSA. Next, she will have a Bench billboard for their exciting new product.

    What’s more, she has been named as the first-ever Filipina Taiwan Tourism ambassador.

    With her appointment, she is tasked to promote the beauty and culture of Taiwan and inspire more Filipinos to visit the country.

    “It’s another milestone … I’m just so honored and happy to be the first Filipina to hold the position. I feel like it’s more of a responsibility to promote good tourism, all the positive things about Taiwan, and to be more relatable.”

    After the recently-concluded GMA primetime series “Beautiful Justice,” where Gabbi played one of the lead characters, she will be back on the big screen as part of the cast of an international movie to be shot in Europe.

    With all these blessings and achievements, she has nothing but gratitude to those who continuously support and trust her, “I am beyond thankful for my fans and for the brands that have put me in this position. Without them, I wouldn’t be here living my dream and doing what I love most an artist.”

    She is looking forward to actively interacting with her followers through her work. “I choose to be relatable to people especially when it comes to social media. You would want people to actually reach out to you. You would want them to see you behind the camera and I feel like relating to people is really important when it comes to projects.”