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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.

Apr 28, 2013

Camille Prats Wonders Why Some Folks Are Rushing Her To Get Married Again

CAMILLE PRATS says she wonders why folks keep on asking her: “Kailan ka mag-aasawa uli?”

“Honestly, for me, it’s not a priority,” she says. “Happy naman ako with my son and my career really keeps me busy, acting in ‘Bukod Kang Pinagpala’ which is really rating high and hosting in ‘Mars’. Kung nag-asawa ako, I’m sure may magsasabi ring, kabibiyuda ko lang, nag-asawa na agad. I’m not closing my doors but hindi rin ako nagmamadali.”

She’s happy that “Mars” has lined up good guests for the show this week. Tonight, Monday, Jackie Forster, ex of Benjie Paras, will be a guest and they’ll talk about enemies who disguise themselves as friends. “Marami niyan sa showbiz, di ba?” says Jackie. “They’re called frenemies.”

Another special guest is singer Luke Mejares and a band member who used to be a womanizer but became a loyal husband to his wife who used to be his fan. Find out who he is tonight and he and his wife reveal their unique love story that will tug at your heart strings. Jackie will also show how to cook peccadillo and Luke will sing his new single, “Kasayaw”, with a choreographer teaching us the steps on how to dance it.

Tomorrow, Camille and co-host Suzi Entrata will teach you how to do Pilates, a daring fitness regimen, with Hiro Magalona, comedian Divine Daldal and singer Jireh Lim as guests. Jireh sings his song currently conquering the airwaves, “Buko”, short for Buhay Ko. Hiro will show his expertise in arts and crafts by turning used light bulbs into flower vases. The topic in their group sharing is “Break up na kayo, tinatago mo pa, na-broadcast tuloy ng ex mo.”

“Mars” airs weeknight at 6 PM on GMA News Channel 11.