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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 6, 2015

Camille Prats & Suzi Entrata Cabrera Feature The Mysterious Procedure Called Pagtatawas In 'Mars' On GMA News TV

DO YOU BELIEVE in ‘pagtawas’? This is a mysterious local procedure where an ‘albularyo’ makes a lighted candle drip its melted parts into a basin of water. Then, based on the images formed on the water, the ‘albularyo’ will make his own diagnosis about the problem of whoever is requesting the tawas procedure. This occult ritual is what is featured tonight in the hit women’s show, “Mars”, hosted by Camille Prats and Suzi Entrata Cabrera.

They invited a real life ‘magtatawas’, Robert Rubin, to do the ‘tawas’ thing on their guests, Patricia Ismael and Marky Lopez. Patricia wants to know why things are always missing in her house while Mark wants to know why he always gets sick each time he’s going out of the country. They will also reveal instances where they took blind risks in ‘pikit mata’ moments or situations where they throw all caution into the wind. This is tonight at 7 PM on GNTV.

Tomorrow night, Camille and Suzi will test their lung power versus singers Christian Bautista and Yasmien Kurdi. No, they won’t do it while singing but while playing a unique game with a switch ball. Christian will also show his cooking prowess in preparing his special Kung Pao Chicken while Yasmien will demonstrate how to do waterproof backpack covers using old umbrellas. They will then discuss how to respond to awkward remarks from people you meet like: “Parang tumaba ka, a” and “Nagparetoke ka ba?” Don’t miss “Mars”, weeknights at 7 PM on GNTV.