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Donny and Jeremiah fight for Belle’s heart in ‘He’s Into Her’ finale

The rivalry between Deib (Donny Pangilinan) and RJ (Jeremiah Lisbo) becomes even fiercer as they clash at the basketball championship between their schools while trying to win Max’s (Belle Mariano) heart, in the awaited finale of the top trending series He’s Into Her, streaming on iWantTFC this Friday, and airing on Kapamilya Channel and A2Z this Sunday.

Belle Mariano is torn between Donny Pangilinan and Jeremiah Lisbo (inset) in ‘He’s Into Her’ finale.
Belle Mariano is torn between Donny Pangilinan and Jeremiah Lisbo (inset) in ‘He’s Into Her’ finale.
At a chance meeting outside the school, RJ assured Max that he would never leave her again, especially now that not everything is going well with her new family and she continues to entertain the idea of going back to her old peaceful life in the province.  

Meanwhile, as Deib found the two together, he now feels even more threatened because the girl he loves is back to being friends with his rival, and despite her reassurance that Deib has already become special to her.   

Back at home, Max continues to harbor feelings of guilt and offered to go back to Mindoro as her stepmother Macy (Issa Litton) and stepsister Elle (Melizza Jimenez) have shown no signs of returning soon after leaving when her dad (Richard Quan) insisted that Elle be punished for being secretly involved in the physical attack on Max in school. 

As Deib becomes more determined to take the championship back from the Southbay Sharks under RJ's leadership, will he also win Max’s heart?   

Watch out for He’s Into Her on iWantTFC this Friday and on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, and on Kapamilya Online Live via the YouTube channel and Facebook page of ABS-CBN Entertainment this Sunday.  

Topics: Donny Pangilinan , Jeremiah Lisbo , Belle Mariano , He’s Into Her’ finale
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