Model and TV host Kelly Misa-Fernandez is back with the latest trends and topics about today’s generation in Trending with Kelly starting July 2, 9:30 p.m. on ANC, the ABS-CBN News Channel.
Formerly #trendingNOW, the revamped lifestyle program promises a more gratifying experience with features on what’s trending in beauty, health, fashion, food, travel, science, technology, and the arts to inform, inspire, and engage people to live out their own life goals and aspirations.
In the show’s first episode, Kelly will set sail and open her journey in search for the best things that life can offer. Join her as she takes a sip of the latest trends in wines from Ralph Joseph of Ralph’s Wines and Spirits and help her find the latest style in fashion with no less than trending designer Albert Andrada. Also, believe in a healthy and long lasting love life with a romantic story delivered straight from the USA.
Kelly, one of the Philippines’ most popular commercial models, who has also made a name as a beauty columnist and lifestyle blogger, will introduce her co-host and resident food trend expert Chef Myke Tatung Sarthou, more popularly known as Chef Tatung, who is an author, celebrity chef and culinary heritage advocate. Together, they promise to give viewers more reasons to achieve and experience the best and the latest as they travel to our dream destinations, bask in the latest style, and taste our newest cravings.
Trending with Kelly airs every Sunday, 9:30 p.m. on ANC, with replays on 11:30 a.m. on Saturday.
The show is also simulcast around the globe on The Filipino Channel (TFC).
For updates, follow @TrendingwithK on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Trending with Kelly is produced by Takels Entertainment Productions in partnership with ANC.
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