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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Dec 7, 2010

Cristy Fermin now hosts own drama anthology "Star Confessions"

CRISTY FERMIN is no longer just a showbiz talk show host. She’s now hosting her own drama anthology, “Star Confessions”, featuring the true to life stories of stars and celebrities and how they overcome various obstacles in life by will power and determination to achieve their dreams. “Dramatizing their life stories is our own way of paying tribute to the stars,” says Nanay Cristy. “It’ll serve as an inspiration to those who want to follow in their footsteps and for the public to realize that it’s not easy being in the limelight.”

For its pilot episode this Wednesday, December 8, Star Confessions presents “CONGRATULATIONS: The April Gustilo Confessions,” a dramatization of the life of Willing Willie’s popular “Congrats” girl and WW.girls dancer. It stars Arci Muñoz as April Gustilo, with Jaclyn Jose, Chubi Del Rosario, Andrew Wolfe, and Dianne Medina. On December 15, Star Confessions’ second episode features “BLIND ITEM: The Shalala Confessions” with Roderick Paulate playing Shalala, supported by Perla Bautista, Celso Ad Castillo, Tanya Gomez, Simon Ibarra and Jerould Aceron to portray the people in Shalala’s life. Both episodes are directed by Topel Lee. Star Confessions airs every Wednesday after Willing Willie, only on TV5.