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Proud homeliners

Viewers of the family-oriented talk show Mars Pa More will not miss host Iya Villania who gave birth to her third child on July 18. She only asked for a week off, which means co-host Camille Prats will not be alone delivering the kind of entertainment the program has been known for.  

Beginning today, the two hands-on moms kick off their show’s week-long anniversary celebration with fresh episodes produced from their respective homes.

“I'm happy that it’s been a year and we’re still here despite the pandemic. And it’s already a big move having to move to the main channel. For me, the mere fact that we’re still here surviving another year is already something big for the show,” Iya said of their milestone celebrating their first year on air. 

‘Mars Pa More’ hosts Iya Villania and Camille Prats (below) celebrate their shows first anniversary with fresh episodes produced right from their respective homes.
“We had to think about something special to offer our viewers. We designed our new episodes not to dwell too much on the pandemic, we wanted to bring joy and spread positivity. We’re offering something different compared to what the viewers have been used to, we will make sure that our viewers will enjoy their mornings with us,” Camille shared.

Today, Camille and Iya are joined by Comedy Concert Queen AiAi Delas Alas as she gives viewers a peek at how her family thrives in the new normal. Meanwhile, viral Youtuber DJ Loonyo takes the audience on a “walk-cumentary” on Hangzhou, China to show how things are getting back to normal from the pandemic. 

Tomorrow, revel in exclusive house tours and a morning tete a tete with Glaiza de Castro as she introduces their simple yet comfortable bed and breakfast hotel and talks about her long-distance relationship with her Irish boyfriend. Soon-to-be-dad Rodjun Cruz also opens his house and receives Feng Shui tips on how to invite prosperity in his living space and throws in a five-minute home workout to keep everyone healthy and in shape amid the closure of gyms.

Relieve stress and woes fueled by the crisis this Wednesday with funny commentary from comedian Betong Sumaya as he whips up an easy corned beef omelet dish in one of the show’s segments. Also joining in on the fun is TikTok personality Marvs who will star in a comical sketch together with viral sensation Aling Nena who is the person behind the famous lines “walang ganun, mars.

It’s about to rain “feels” on Thursday with couple Barbie Forteza and Jak Roberto spilling the beans on how they conquer relationship hiccups and maintain healthy communication in the new normal. The two will also concoct the perfect Dalgona Coffee that everyone is raving about.

On ”Pusuan Mo Mars,” a mother and COVID-19 survivor tells the heartwarming tale of love and triumph as she bravely nurses her child at the peak of her illness and shares how she overcame discrimination while on her way to recovery.

Finally, Rocco Nacino and Kris Bernal make the Friday episode extra special with their fun “quaranthings” to kill everyone’s boredom. Certified plantito Rocco gives his first-hand tips on how to become a plant enthusiast while Kris shows her easy-to-follow workouts using something as simple as a bag! Also, get to know more about a couple who still pushed through with their quarantine wedding ceremony.

Mars Pa More airs its week-long anniversary special at 8:45 a.m. on GMA Network.

Topics: Iya Villania , Camille Prats , Mars Pa More , AiAi Delas Alas , DJ Loonyo , Glaiza de Castro , Rodjun Cruz , Betong Sumaya , Barbie Forteza , Jak Roberto , Rocco Nacino , Kris Bernal , GMA Network
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