Screen star Alden Richards led GMA Regional TV’s fun and colorful MassKara Festival celebration on Friday in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.
The Gift lead actor was eager to once again personally meet and bond with his fans in a Kapuso Mall Show at Robinsons Place Bacolod.
Flying to the City of Smiles as well were Alden’s co-actors in the series Martin del Rosario, Mikee Quintos, Mikoy Morales, and Rochelle Pangilinan. They performed and played exciting games with the Kapusong Negrense.
“Every year, GMA Network—through GMA Regional TV—always looks forward to celebrate the MassKara Festival with our Kapusong Negrense. This year, we are honored to have Asia’s Multi-media Star Alden Richards leading the festivities once more,” says GMA Regional TV Vice President and Head Oliver Amoroso. “We invite our Kapusong Negrense as we bring to them this Friday GMA’s biggest Kapuso stars as our way of extending the Network’s gratitude for Bacolod City’s unwavering support.”
Viewers and netizens continue to get hooked on The Gift. In the series, Alden plays the street-smart and high-spirited Sep, a visually-impaired vendor in Divisoria who has been blessed with the gift of ‘clairvoyance’ or the ability to see things beyond the naked eye.
In the latest episode, Sep had an unshakable premonition that Father Luis (Leandro Baldemor) is in danger. Because of this, he asked the help of Tropang Eprot to watch over Father Luis. Meanwhile, Sep incidentally asks Nadia (Jean Garcia) about her lost child. Will she finally discover that Sep is her son?
Under the helm of LA Madridejos, The Gift also stars Elizabeth Oropesa, Betong Sumaya, Tetay, Luz Valdez, Victor Anastacio, Thia Thomalla, Ysabel Ortega, and Jo Berry.
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