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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.

Sep 10, 2020



KRIS AQUINO’s fans who are still hoping that her talk show on TV5, “Love Life with Kris”, would still push through will surely be disappointed as Kris herself posted on her own social media account, which she deactivated for a while after it was reported that her show had problems, that it’s now definitely kaput. 

We thought it’s just been shelved, but it turns out Kris had a permanent falling out with the blocktime producers of her projected show. 

“Hindi nahilot kung anuman yung naging problema nila,” a source told us. And this is what Kris herself wrote: 

“This is a life update post that I wish I didn’t have to make, BUT it’s something I’m facing up to in order to truthfully move on… 

"My hoped for TV comeback isn’t happening, the producer chose somebody else that he and his sales team felt was more viable. No sugarcoating from me, you’re getting the honest truth.”

She adds that she’s not losing hope. 

“I would like to believe that I’m now a glass half full type of person – I no longer wish to focus on what’s not given, rather I am so very grateful for blessings we receive, and YES, our health is the most precious one. 

"I continue to have faith that there will be opportunities – all in God’s perfect timing. I continue to have faith there will be other opportunities – all in God’s perfect timing.” 

She says she has first to really be certified healthy before she returns to work. 

“I need a Fit to Work clearance. I have had some autoimmune flares during this pandemic, so I’m being cautious—obeying my doctors. 

"Hopefully when I get my next blood panel in a couple of weeks gumanda na ang numbers ko. Mahirap mag-risk, especially after our close call. Kaya obedient talaga ako.”

The close call refers to four people working with her son Bimby being tested positive for corona virus infection. 

It’s good she and Bimby remain negative but they have to quarantine themselves as they’re both high risk patients with their asthma. 

She added:  

“We strictly isolated ourselves for 2 weeks. We then had the ECLIA (electro-chemi-luminescence immuno-assay) test done to be sure we weren’t asymptomatic, and again we were negative. In the big picture of life, we are still fortunate.”