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Dingdong Dantes, Dennis Trillo banner MassKara Festival mall shows in Bacolod

It was a triple treat for Kapusong Negrense on Sunday when GMA Regional TV brought the stars of Pamilya Roces, Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko, and Cain at Abel to this year’s colorful celebration of the MassKara Festival in Bacolod.

Dingdong Dantes, Dennis Trillo banner MassKara Festival mall shows in Bacolod
Dingdong Dantes
At Robinsons Place Bacolod at 6:00 p.m., Dingdong Dantes and Dennis Trillo bannered the Kapuso Mall Show.  The powerhouse tandem will soon be seen together via the upcoming primetime series, Cain at Abel. Treating mallgoers as well were their co-stars Solenn Heussaff and Sanya Lopez.

 

 Also joining the MassKara revelry was actress Carla Abellana, who has just made her primetime comeback via Pamilya Roces. Together with Carla was her co-star and husband in the series, Rocco Nacino. They treated fans to an afternoon ofentertainment at Kapuso Mall Show in SM City Bacolod at 4:00 p.m..

 
Dingdong Dantes, Dennis Trillo banner MassKara Festival mall shows in Bacolod
Dennis Trillo

 

Meanwhile, giving the Kapusong Negrense a sneak peek of what to expect in the newest afternoon soap Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko was actress Kris Bernal. Keeping Kris company were two of the leading actors in the series—returning Kapuso Rayver Cruz and actress Thea Tolentino.

Prior to the mall shows on Sunday, Kapuso actor Mike Tan serenaded the candidates of MassKara Queen 2018 on Friday, Oct. 19, at the SMX Convention Center in Bacolod City. Hosting the event was One Western Visayas anchor Atty Sed Cabaluna.

Dingdong Dantes, Dennis Trillo banner MassKara Festival mall shows in Bacolod
GROUFIE. Rayver Cruz, Thea Tolentino, Kris Bernal, Carla Abellana and Rocco Nacino pose before a massive crowd that flocked to the activity area of SM Bacolod for the Kapuso MassKara Festival mall show.
 

“As one of the most popular and colorful festivals in the country, the MassKara Festival is an event that we at GMA Regional TV continue to support over the years,”says GMA Regional TV Department’s Vice President and Head Oliver Amoroso.

“On top of promoting this annual festival, we value this opportunity to reach out to our loyal viewers and bring to them our top Kapuso personalities and programs. This year, we are proud to share with our Kapusong Negrense three of our latest offerings on television—Pamilya Roces,  Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko, and Cain at Abel. We hope that they also support these programs in the regions,” he adds.

 Pamilya Roces, which debuted last Oct. 8, tells the intertwined lives of five sisters and their mad scramble to chase after their father’s love and legacy. Joining Carla as her sisters in the series are Gabbi Garcia, Sophie Albert, Shaira Diaz, and Jasmine Curtis-Smith.

 Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko, on the other hand, aired on Monday showing viewers a different face of infidelity with its compelling storyline. 

The series also features the special appearance of actor Jason Abalos, whose character will eventually become a sexually reassigned woman, to be portrayed by Thea. 

 Meanwhile, Cain at Abel sees the reunion of two Philippine television kings for the first time after Endless Love, their last project together in 2010.

 All the freshest news, events, and updates about GMA Regional TV are now available on www.gmaregionaltv.com. Follow GMA on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/gmanetwork and GMA Regional TV at www.facebook.com/GMARegionalTV and on Twitter and Instagram via @GMARegionalTV.

Topics: GMA Regional TV , Pamilya Roces , Asawa Ko , Karibal Ko , Cain at Abel , Dingdong Dantes ,  Dennis Trillo
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