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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.

Oct 16, 2013

Robi Domingo & Inamorata Gretchen Ho Have A Positive Influence On Each Other

ROBI DOMINGO admits he has taken a leave from his medical studies to focus now on showbiz where he clicks as a TV host. “Puede ko pa namang balikan yun later to pursue my earlier dream of being a doctor, but right now, I want to make the most of the good opportunities that are coming my way sa ABS,” he says.  Previously, Robi Domingo was a host in Pinoy Big Brother.

Right after co-hosting “The Voice of the Philippines”, he’s now co-hosting “I Dare You” with John Prats, Melai Cantiveros and Deniesse Aguilar. It has started airing last Saturday after MMK.

On the romance department, he admits he’s now going steady with former Ateneo classmate, the volleyball athlete who also does TV hosting, Gretchen Ho. “We’re both so busy but we make sure we find some time to spend with each other. You just need to have that passion to see her. Kahit na pagod-pagod ka na, andoon pa rin yung kagustuhan na makita mo siya. At the same time, alam mong gusto ka rin niyang makita. In the less than a year that we’ve been together, we really have a positive influence on each other.”  In the past, he was linked to Andi Eigenmann.

So he’s really blessed in love and career? “Sobrang dami ng blessings ko talaga, kaya I feel so big. And I feel na kailangan kong i-impart iyan sa iba’t ibang bagay. And I’m glad we’re able to help a lot of people dito sa ‘I Dare You’ para ma-improve ang buhay nila. In our future episodes, we help so many poor people from the slums, mga street children, and we call them Bida Kapamilya as they’re all heroes in their own right.”