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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.

Jun 23, 2015

Camille Prats Excited With New 'Mars' Segment Focusing On Paranormal Activities.

CAMILLE PRATS is excited with the new segment of their hit women's show, "Mars", that will focus on paranormal activities tonight at 7. Called "Paranormars", there will be a live hotline where viewers can call to share their mysterious encounters with the occult, like ghosts or supernatural entities. Paranoral expert Maricel Gaskell will be on hand to answer any queries that callers might have.

Louie Domingo, who handles the emergency tips segments will be a chef this time and cook his favorite dish in Mar Masarap, as requested by the show's regular viewers. In the Chikahan portion, they will discuss the topic: "What should we do when our children seem to be so absorbed in a world of their own?" The resource person is Dr. Camille Garcia.

Tomorrow, the guests are Kevin Santos (whose character in "Yagit" has just been killed) and expert villain Vaness del Moral. Kevin will show a carpentry technique that can make wood furniture look like an antique while Vaness will share a recipe she inherited from her grandma about how to cook their original beef stew. "Mars" is aired weeknights at 7 PM on GNTV.