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James and Nadine return to San Francisco

James Reid (Clark) and Nadine Lustre (Leah) are back in San Francisco, California, the place where their thrilling love story all started in the hit Kapamilya primetime series On the Wings of Love (OTWOL).

The engaged couple paid a second visit to the historical Palace of Fine Arts, which played a vital part in their love story as it was the place where Leah asked Clark to marry him so she could get a green card. Clark and Leah’s return to San Francisco is making fans abuzz on what will happen to Clark and Leah’s exciting love story when they finally tie the knot.

James and Nadine in Palace of Fine Arts. Photo from Dreamscape Instagram
Avid fans of On the Wings of Love should also anticipate Leah’s much-awaited reveal to her Tatang Sol (Joel Torre) that their Nanang (Isay Alvarez-Sena) is alive and well.

The big revelation of Leah and Manang Tiffany (Bianca Manalo) causes Tatang to break down in tears because of anger and leads to a confrontation between Leah’s parents after years of not seeing each other.

How will Tatang and Nanang’s meet up affect Clark and Leah’s highly anticipated wedding?

James and Nadine during a dramatic scene in On the Wings of Love
Meanwhile, fans in California also had the chance to witness James and Nadine perform live and spread love during the “On the Wings of Love Certified Kapamilya Fans Day” at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. The stadium was filled with cheering fans who were very excited to see their favorite love team showcase their dancing and singing chops.

Solid OTWOL fans in the Middle East should also brace themselves for the coming of James and Nadine. TFC will bring the teen stars to Qatar and Dubai in March for the “JaDine in Love: The World Tour” for an unforgettable concert experience diehard fans On the Wings of Love airs weekdays after Pangako Sa’Yo in ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida.

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Ningning finds potential cornea donor 

Willl Ningning's operation be successful?
Hope once more ignites in Ningning’s (Jana Agoncillo) life with the arrival of a potential cornea donor in the last week of the consistent top-rating weekday program.

Teacher Hope (Ria Atayde) receives a phone call about a potential cornea donor and immediately informs Ningning and Dondon on the positive development that could be the answer to help bring back the shine and light in the little girl’s eyes.

Although Ningning was saddened by Peter’s death, her cornea donor, she was touched that Peter promised to donate his cornea to her so she could see clearly again.

The news also lifted the spirits of Ningning’s family and friends who were deeply troubled when they found out that Ningning could not see anymore.

Ningning on her way to the operating room with Tatay Dondon by her side
Ningning also continues to inspire lives and teach viewers the importance of positivity and hope.

Last Sunday, the whole cast were at Starmall Alabang to spread happiness and love to their supporters. Led by Jana Agoncillo, John Steven de Guzman (Macmac), Sylvia Sanchez (Mamay), Ketchup Eusebio (Dondon), Nyoy Volante (Johnny), Vandolph Quizon (Otep) and Ria Atayde, the “Maningning na Pasasalamat” was a successful event. Ningning stars showcased their singing and dancing chops before their cheering fans.

They are also encouraging Filipinos to become an instrument of hope by pledging to become a cornea donor to people who are diagnosed with eye related illnesses just like Ningning.

Interested donors may contact Eye Bank Philippines. For more information, visit www.eyebankphil.org.

Will Ningning’s cornea transplant become successful? Find out in the last week of Ningning, weekdays before It’s Showtime on ABS-CBN.

Topics: Jadine , Ningning , Otwol , Abs Cbn
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