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Sunday is funday with ‘People vs. The Stars’

Beginning tomorrow, GMA Network gives its loyal viewers another one-of-a-kind entertainment. Its a comedy game show entitled People vs. The Stars.

The program allows celebrities to play for a chance to win P200, 000.00 by answering eight mind-boggling questions each with a cash value. 

If the stars failed to answer any of the questions correctly, the question’s cash value would be awarded to televiewers that answered the “People Question of the Week” through text.

Thrilling and fun-filled, the show features the tandem of the multi-talented celebrity power-couple Drew Arellano and Iya Villania-Arellano.

POWER COUPLE. Husband and wife Drew Arellano and Iya Villana team up to host GMA 7's newest game show
As a first-time mom, Iya says this show takes away her anxiety whenever she is not with Primo, hers and Drew’s first born.

“Actually, this is the first time I will be hosting this kind of show na makulit and entertaining. Natutuwa ako kasi I consider this my rest whenever I am not on my ‘mommy duties’ kay Primo kasi nakakatawa lang talaga dito. It’s as if I don’t work. Plus kasama ko pa asawa ko, so yung fun talaga nandoon,” she said.

On the other hand, Drew is equally excited working with her wife in this game show.

“Excited ako kasi iba itong show na ito for us kasi more enjoyable and light environment. Hindi siya yung acting like sa mga shows namin 10 years ago. Dito mas makikita nila kung sino kami inside our house, ganun lang talaga,” he said.

Don’t miss the chance to bond with your favorite Kapuso stars and turn family days into mind-boggling and exciting days in People vs. The Stars every Sunday at 5 to 6 p.m. beginning tomorrow on GMA.

Get the latest updates on People vs. The Stars on www.GMANetwork.com. 

★★★★★

Beauty master and philanthropist Ricky Reyes starts the New Year with a new title for his show.

Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo na Toh (GRR TNT) is now The World of Gandang Ricky Reyes, packed not just with beauty pointers but also with essential information beneficial to viewers as well.

Reyes’ “Magic Touch” segment returns for lovely make-over sessions for a more fabulous and confident you.

TV Host and beauty guru Ricky Reyes welcomes viewers into his world 
“Deliciously Yours Ham” shares their secret recipe for Nachos Ham and Sandwich.

Meanwhile, Ryan Roxas will help us get back in shape after the holiday food binging with the proper diet and exercise.

Hair problems will be solved atall Gandang Ricky Reyes Salons with the following treatments: Regold for kinky hairs, SoftWave for dull hair and natural wigs for hair loss.

Pursue your passion in beauty, learn from the best and enroll at the Ricky Reyes Learning Institute (RRLI) with branches in Manila, Cubao, Anonas and Fairview. 

Tune in to The World of Gandang Ricky Reyes today, 9 to 10 a.m. on GMA News TV.

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Tomorrow, Born to be Wild goes to Thailand and Bohol.

In the last quarter of 2016, 55 giant freshwater stingrays were found dead and floating along Thailand’s Maeklong River. The species was declared critically endangered in 2010. Doc Nielsen Donato travels to Thailand to find out the cause of their death and joins a renowned Thai scientist who specializes in studying giant stingrays.

 "Born To Be Wild" hosts Nielsen Donato and Ferds Recio
Meanwhile, Bohol is world-famous for being the habitat of one of the smallest primates in the world: the Philippine tarsier.  While many tourists visit the tarsier in small enclosures, in the wild these tiny, solitary primates require large areas to thrive. Doc Ferds Recio and the team travel to Bohol to see the tarsier in their natural environment.

Don’t miss these exciting wildlife stories in Born to be Wild tomorrow, after AHA! on GMA 7. 

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Karla Estrada looks back to her past and shares her own life story, with Angelica Panganiban in MMK tonight.

It is not a secret to many that before being known as the “Queen Mother,” Karla had gone through a lot of struggles in life.

She used to enjoy a life of a wealthy family until her grandfather, the one who provided for their family, suddenly died. This forced her family to move from a private subdivision to the city proper in Tacloban.

Angelica Pangilinan portrays Karla Estrada in a special episode of MMK 
Despite the hardships in life, Karla remained determined to reach her dream of becoming a big star. She joined singing contests despite the strong disapproval of her mother, who urged her to stop from competing to avoid criticism.

Karla carried on with her singing until her efforts paid off when she luckily got discovered in a music hub in Quezon City. She was then invited to join That’s Entertainment, unexpectedly skyrocketed to fame, and while at the top her career, got pregnant with her first child.

Also playing important roles are Alexa Ilacad, Sharmaine Suarez, Carlos MoralesJhaiHoCheska Billiones, and Roy Requejo

MMK airs Saturdays on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). 

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The Association of Women Legislators Foundation, Inc. of the 17th Congress, headed by Rep. Linabelle Ruth Villarica, is sponsoring a re-run of the hugely successful Dirty Old Musical (D.O.M.) on Jan. 20 at the Music Museum. 

D.O.M. is a musical that journeys back to the golden years of the Original Pilipino Music with a stellar cast that includes, among others, the multi-talented Robert Seña, Nonie Buencamino, Bo Cerrudo, and John Arcilla

D.O.M. is the second in a series of fundraising events of the women legislators for the benefit of the Mega Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija. The first one was the successful “PamasCONG Handog : Garage Sale for a Cause” held at the House of Representatives in December. 

For tickets, you may call 9316668 or 9315001 local 7278.

Topics: People vs. The Stars , Drew Arellano , Iya Villana , Ricky Reyes , Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo na Toh (GRR TNT) , The World of Gandang Ricky Reyes , Born to be Wild , Karla Estrada , Angelica Panganiban , MMK , Rep. Linabelle Ruth Villarica , Dirty Old Musical (D.O.M.)
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