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Rachelle Ann Go's first month in London

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines- It has been more than a month after Rachelle Ann Go left for London for the rehearsals of the musical “Miss Saigon.”

Rachelle was chosen to play the role of Gigi and left the country last March 6.

This is the first time that Rachelle will be living by herself in a foreign country, which made her anxious for a while.

Although she'll be gone for 14 months, Rachelle keeps her fans posted through her Instagram account.

In this photo, the singer-actress relates to her fans the first time she rode the train in London.

In the photo's caption she said, “First tube experience--all by myself!!i hope i could find my way!hala! #thesaigondiaryofrachelle “

When Rachelle has free time, she takes a tour around the city. One of the destinations she visited is the famed Notting Hill area, a place known for its cafes, restaurants, markets, and specialty stores.

In this photo Rachelle said, “Vintaaaaaaaaage! I loooooove it! I want to put all these on my wall ;p”

On the first day of her rehearsals, the Kapuso talent is very enthusiastic. The day was made better by the Filipinos she's with in the show.

On the fifth day of the rehearsals, Rachelle seem to have adjusted well with her co-actors in the musical.

Aside from rehearsing, Rachelle also learns techniques by watching other musicals like “The Phantom of the Opera” that recently had a staging in London.

And another favorite is “The Bodyguard,” which was first a 1992 movie starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner.

Of course, she never forgets to communicate with her family back here in the Philippines.

“Miss Saigon” will open in London on May 3.

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HELVETICA NEUE

MISS SAIGON

NOTTING HILL

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

RACHELLE

RACHELLE ANN GO

WHEN RACHELLE

WHITNEY HOUSTON AND KEVIN COSTNER

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