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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 19, 2013

Nora Aunor Gives Alice Dixson Some Advice On The Set Of 'Never Say Goodbye'

NORA AUNOR will soon be seen again in TV5’s “Never Say Goodbye” as her character, Marta, is returning on the show and she has started to tape anew. Marta was shown being shot in the story but her body was never found out. It turns out someone finds her and nurses her back to health.

While she’s away, Rita Avila joined the show and it’s common knowledge now that she had a personal conflict with Alice Dixson, who plays the villain. Alice gets carried away in their confrontation scenes and really hurts her co-stars, including Gardo Versoza. Whether this is intentional or not, it’s anyone’s guess, but Nora herself told Alice that such scenes should be done carefully.

“Hindi naman dapat umabot sa tunay na pagkakasakitan at pagmumurahan,” she told Alice.

Let’s see if Alice would listen to her. Maybe Alice is just being true to her character in “Never Say Goodbye”, Criselda, who’s supposed to be evil incarnate. Someone said it could be that Alice just has so much bottled up anger inside her, after her marriage to Ronnie Miranda broke up, and doing her make-believe scenes on cam realistically is her way of finding an outlet for her pent up feelings.