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Birth name  Marion Aunor
Parents  Maribel Aunor
Role  Singer-songwriter
Name  Marion Aunor
Origin  Manila, Philippines

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Born  April 10, 1992 (age 23) (1992-04-10)
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter, pianist
Years active  1994-2011, 2013–present
Labels  Star Music (1994-2011, 2013–present) Star Magic (1994-2011, 2013–present)
Albums  Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs
Genres  Music of the Philippines, Pop music
Awards  Awit Award for Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist
Similar People  Ella May Saison, Claire de la Fuente, Acel Bisa, Ney Dimaculangan, Didith Reyes

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Marion Louise Aunor (born April 10, 1992) is a Filipino singer-songwriter and pianist. She began her career after winning third place in the 2013 Himig Handog. Aunor is a contract recording artist for Star Music. She is also the niece of actress and singer Nora Aunor.

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Career

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Aunor made her debut on February 2013 with an original song called "If You Ever Change Your Mind", which was also written by herself. Her song was one of the twelve finalists selected from the 2,500 songs from the auditions. The song won as the third place in the 2013 Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs. On March 7, 2013, Aunor signed a contract with Star Records as its recording artist. Vehnee Saturno became her manager. Aunor was part of the Middle East Leg of the World Tour of the Philippine daytime television series Be Careful With My Heart. On May 3, 2013, her song entry "Do, Do, Do" was chosen as one of the twelve finalists for the second Philippine Popular Music Festival. However she later decided to withdraw from the competition due to her talent management's decision. Her self-titled album was eventually released on July 4. In 2014, Aunor became one of the finalists in the Myx VJ Search. Aunor was chosen to interpret one of the finalist song at the 2014 Himig Handog. The song was entitled 'Pumapag-ibig' and was written by Jungee Marcelo. She performed the song with Rizza Cabrera and Seed Bunye at the finals night of the Himig Handog on September 28, 2014.

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On September 3, 2015, it was announced that she would be performing under the stage name of Marion, dropping her surname. She then released her second studio album, MARION, on August 31. The album tracks "Wanna Be Bad" and the cover song "I Love You Always Forever" were featured on the movie Ex with Benefits. She also wrote the carrier-single "You Don't Know Me" for the debut album of actress Kathryn Bernardo.


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