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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.

Feb 18, 2013

Sarah Geronimo Will Be Paired With Top Abs-Cbn Actors In Her New Drama Show

SARAH GERONIMO says she completely trusts the decision of her manager, Boss Vic del Rosario, of Viva in replacing her musical variety show “Sarah G. Live” with a drama anthology where she’ll get to play different characters.

“Bago pa raw magsawa ang mga tao, we should quit while still on top,” she says. “Ang aim naman ng drama anthology is to show that I’m not just good in singing but also in acting. This will be 13 episodes of mostly light drama, to be directed by Wenn Deramas na kilala sa movies for his hit comedies at sa TV for his drama shows.”

Sarah will be paired with the top ABS leading men like Coco Martin, Sam Milby, Piolo Pascual and Paulo Avelino. We just don’t know if she’d agree to still be paired with her exes, Rayver Cruz and Gerald Anderson. Sarah has also just returned from New York City where she shot some scenes of her third film with John Lloyd Cruz, “It Takes a Man and a Woman”. While waiting for the drama show to start taping, she’ll also be one of the judges in “The Voice Philippines.

She’s also busy endorsing the senatorial bid of Quezon Rep. Sonny Angara. Sarah says she’s supporting Sonny because of his advocacy to give better education for our people. “Even his dad, Sen. Ed Angara, sinuportahan ko rin noon dahil sa edukasyon,” she says. “I really admire the legislations na ginawa ni Congressman Angara like the Universal Kindergarten Education Act (RA 10157) giving kindergarten education to Filipino kids and the Salary Standardization Law 111 that raised the pay of public school teacher and government workers. Now, he’s pushing for education-rela­ted reforms like the Early Years Act (HB 6694) aiming to strengthen the National Early Childhood Care and Development Program and Special Education Act (HB6547) that will create Special Education Centers for gif­ted and special kids. Lahat ito, talaga namang dapat lang suportahan.”