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Kapuso telefantasya stars in Araw ng Dabaw

Dabawenyos are cheering as the stars of GMA Network’s top-rating telefantasya – Encantadia – and the upcoming Mulawin vs. Ravena join in the celebration of the 80th Araw ng Dabaw.

Dennis Trillo, who will star in the Mulawin vs. Ravena series, was in Gaisano Mall Toril yesterday to promote the show. He was with co-stars Dion Ignacio and Kiko Estrada in a Kapuso Mall Show in the afternoon.

Also making Araw ng Dabaw special for Kapuso fans were Miguel Tanfelix and Bianca Umali and Derrick Monasterio and Bea Binene. They are known among their fans as BiGuel and DerBea. Two of the hottest love teams today are also in Mulawin vs. Ravena and they attracted a throng at Abreeza Mall for a Kapuso Mall Show.

Today,  Encantadia will bring magic to the vibrant Araw ng Dabaw festivities as lead stars Ruru Madrid, Sanya Lopez, and Glaiza de Castro are featured in the Kapuso Mall Show, 4 p.m. at SM City Davao.

GMA, through its regional arm—GMA Regional TV—remains one of the constant partners of Davao City’s annual event commemorating the founding of the place as a city.

“Over the years, we have brought GMA’s biggest shows and brightest stars to Davao City to celebrate with our Kapusong Dabawenyos,” says GMA Regional TV Head, Oli Amoroso. 

Up North and down South, thousands of fans showed their support to their favorite Kapuso stars when GMA Network brought the cast of its biggest shows – Destined To Be Yours ,Meant To Be , My Love From The Star, and Impostora – to this year’s Panagbenga, Kalilangan, and Tagum City Musikahan festivals.

Baguio City’s cold weather was no match to the warmth that locals and tourists alike gave he stars of the hit romantic comedy series Meant To Be during their Kapuso Fans Day on Feb. 25. Amid the bustle of the city as it celebrated the colorful flower festival, Sunshine Park was packed with thousands of eager fans who waited for Barbie Forteza and her four leading men – Jak Roberto, Ivan Dorschner, Addy Raj, and Ken Chan.

The stars were elated with the continued success of their primetime show. 

Meanwhile, the phenomenal love team of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, stars of the primetime series Destined To Be Yours, joined this year’s colorful Panagbenga Grand Float Parade, a day before the show’s worldwide premier.

The crowd expressed their love for AlDub with screams when the Kapuso float passed Upper Session Road up to the Melvin Jones football field on Feb. 26. Alden and Maine with co-stars Koreen Medina and Juancho Trivino were later featured in a Kapuso Fiesta at Sunshine Park.

Jennylyn Mercado flew to General Santos City to join the city’s Kalilangan Festival, a celebration of its founding anniversary. The leading man in the local adaptation of My Love From The Star, new Kapuso actor Gil Cuerva, joined the Ultimate Star. The Pinoy Steffi Cheon and Matteo Do thrilled their fans in KCC Mall that afternoon.

From Baguio, the cast of Meant To Be flew to Davao del Norte on Feb. 28 to meet their fans during the Tagum City Musikahan Festival. The New City Hall Grounds in Tagum City overflowed with 20,000 people patiently waiting for Barbie, Jak, Ivan, Addy, and of their favorite MTB characters Billie, Andoy, Ethan, Jai, and Yuan.

Earlier that day in NCCC Mall Tagum, fans were also treated to an afternoon of delight with stars of upcoming teleserye Impostora, Kris Bernal and Rafael Rosell, in a Kapuso Mall Show.

Kapuso stars add zest to this year’s Davao fest. From top: “Destined To Be Yours” cast lead by Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza; “Meant To Be” with Barbie Forteza, Jak Roberto, Ivan Dorschner, Addy Raj, and Ken Chan; Dennis Trillo; “Impostora” lead actors Kris Bernal and Rafael Rosell; and love team Bea Binene and Derrick Monasterio.  

To know more about the Network’s regional events, follow GMA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gmanetwork and GMA Regional TV at www.facebook.com/GMARegionalTV and on Twitter and Instagram via @GMARegionalTV. 

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