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Jessica Soho meets Catriona Gray in New York

Tomorrow night in Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS), get to know Miss Universe Catriona Gray up-close and personal as she embarks on a new journey at the Big Apple. 

Jessica Soho meets Catriona Gray in New York
Jessica Soho interviews Miss Universe Catriona Gray in New York
Jessica Soho flew to New York to interview Catriona and to give viewers updates as the reigning Miss Universe embarks on her U.S. media tour. The Pinay Ms. Universe even teaches Jessica her signature lava walk.

How will Catriona answer classic Miss Universe questions while eating her favorite green mangoes? Find out her reaction to kids who became viral because for imitating the way she walked and answered during the completion; as well as to the fan arts and memes about her that have been making rounds online.

Meanwhile, delicious dishes deserve a “hot” name. Find out why certain food in the country have “suggestive” names. Could “superpower” be the real reason behind the ability of a kid from Iloilo to read even when blindfolded? 

Paranormal expert Ed Caluag also investigates a mysterious “ghost ship” that allegedly appears and vanishes in the seas of Siquijor. 

Know the secret of Milaine who successfully worked her way from being a janitress to now a millionaire. 

Just like the story of Boyet and Aubrey in My Special Tatay, self-confessed former sex worker Abegail seemed to have found forever in her husband Patrick. 

And fishermen from Camarines Sur found what they believed to be valuable ambergris or whale vomit. Can this be their ticket out of poverty?

Jessica Soho meets Catriona Gray in New York
Miss Universe Catriona Gray teaches Jessica Soho  her signature lava walk
Watch these stories and more in the award-winning magazine show and 2018’s most-watched GMA program, Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS), tomorrow night, after Studio 7 on GMA-7.

Topics: Kapuso Mo , Jessica Soho , Miss Universe , Catriona Gray , Ed Caluag
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