Will Julie Anne San Jose’s character in My Guitar Princess finally get her heart’s desire or will she lose the people she loves?
That’s the question we need to find out as the series airs its final episode tomorrow where Celina (Julie Anne) finds herself fighting not only for her dream to become a singer but also for her loved ones.
It seems that everything is in place for Celina. Elvis (Kier Legaspi) now knows that he is her father and has reconciled with her mother Adele (Sheryl Cruz). Adele finally gives in and supports her daughter’s dream of becoming a singer.
But Taylor (Isabelle de Leon) and Mariah (Mickey Ferriols) will stop at nothing to make Celina’s life miserable. Their evil plan is to make Celina lose her voice. However, their strategy backfires after Britney (Jazz Ocampo) drank the poison intended for Celina.
Taylor and Mariah are determined to ruin Celina’s life and career even if it means hurting innocent people in the process. Can Celina protect her loved ones and ultimately stop Taylor and Mariah’s wicked schemes?
First aired in May, the musical rom-com series My Guitar Princess also features heartthrobs Gil Cuerva and Kiko Estrada as Elton and Justin, respectively.
Celina found herself caught between these two guys who fell in love with her and viewers must watch out who will Celina choose: her childhood friend Elton who became a famous pop singer but still went after her or Justin who helped her in becoming the Guitar Princess and will do anything for his love for her.
The on-screen chemistry of Julie Anne with her leading men Gil and Kiko has left viewers divided between #TeamElton (for Gil) and #TeamJustin (for Kiko).
Playing important roles as well are Marc Abaya as Elton’s manager, Frank Garcia as George Garcia, Maey Bautista as Yaya Dolly, Marika Sasaki as Celina’s BFF Britney, Ralf King as Justin’s friend Adam, Rob Sy as Michael, and senior actress Lui Manansala as Manang Barbra.
The final episode of My Guitar Princess airs before Eat Bulaga on GMA-7.
Kapuso viewers abroad can also catch My Guitar Princess on GMA Pinoy TV. For the program guide, visit www.gmapinoytv.com.
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