Aside from "Happy New Year" and "Welcome 2019," another line became famous on Instagram, with a number of celebrities quoting it in their captions.
It didn't come as a surprise that Angelica Panganiban used it since she was at a crossroads in 2018.
The Kapamilya actress was heartbroken in the beginning, but had a not-so-bad ending. She wrote:
"Thank you, next"
The line is the title of Ariana Grande's song and also of her fifth studio album.
Meanwhile, is Sunshine Dizon ready to love again two years since she and her husband Timothy Tan separated?
In her latest interview with PEP.ph, she said, "Parang ayoko rin naman na alisin sa sarili ko na baka may chance rin ako, di ba?"?
It was also the New Year post of young star Bianca Umali.
Bea Alonzo, who welcomed 2019 in Niseko, Japan, used it as a hashtag.
You have been a roller coaster ride. You brought tears to my eyes, you opened new doors and taught me so much. But most importantly, you made me realize my worth.Thank you for all these trials that only made me stronger. Because of these, I was able to appreciate the things that really matter and the people to cherish. I will always remember you as my best teacher. Salamat."
Phylbert [Bea's real name]
Barbie Imperial used it as one of her hashtags, too, and cited her roles, Mich Verano/Anna Vida, in ABS-CBN series Araw Gabi as "the highlight of my 2018."
Thank u 2018, I wouldn’t be who I am today if not for the hardships I went through.. so thank you for the lessons, rejections, achievements & memories. Told myself I want to wake up in 2019 without hatred and pain in my heart and thank you God, it happened. I entered 2019 with a happy and forgiving heart. I made it!!
Can’t wait for your surprises, 2019. I’m ready. #NoToNega2019 #ThankUNext2018
Julie Anne San Jose used the line in November 2018.
Posting a photo of her shorter hairdo, she wrote, "thank u."
Fans were quick to speculate that she and rumored boyfriend Ben Alves already broke up.