Jonalyn "Jona" Roxas Viray (born November 15, 1989 in Marikina City, Philippines) is a Filipino singer and an occasional actress She is the first Pinoy Pop Superstar Grand winner. She is the former lead singer of trio girl-group La Diva, alongside with Maricris Garcia and Aicelle Santos who she shared success with following her career as a solo artist. The trio earned string of hits with their rendition of songs such I'm Yours, Angels Brought Me Here, Apologize, Stand up For Love and performed to sing the Philippine National Anthem at the Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto boxing match in Las Vegas as well as singing the theme song of Philippine remake of the Mexican telenovela Rosalinda following their disbandment and her return as a solo artist. Again as a solo artist she released her single 'Help Me Get Over' which was awarded the 'Song of the Year' at the 6th PMPC Star Awards for Music.
In February 2016, Viray has ended her decade of exclusivity with GMA and has transferred to ABS-CBN with changing her screen name to "Jona". On her first project in the Kapamilya Network, Jona sung "I Will Survive", the theme song of primetime drama series, We Will Survive. Throughout her career as Lead vocalist for La Diva and as a solo artist, Jona has won an Awit Awards, Aliw Awards, PMPC Star Awards For Music and World Championship of Performing Arts. She is known for her belting technique, melismatic singing style and her ability to sing operatic arias and is quoted as "Soul Princess" by the Philippine media and critics. She also sang the second version of I'll Never Love This Way Again, the OST soundtrack of 2016 romantic-drama film, Barcelona: A Love Untold and was chosen to sing the 65th Miss Universe theme entitled "Confidently Beautiful".