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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 25, 2020



HEART EVANGELISTA fans who have been missing her would be pleased to know that she is releasing today a song that she first recorded 15 years ago, a romantic number titled “Breathe You”.

“I came across the song again while I was going through my files during the lockdown,” she says. “I remember that back then, I didn’t know what to do with my life. 

"I just knew that I’m extremely happy and free that I’m seeing the world slowly. I remember recording that song because I really had good people around me during that time. 

"Now, I just listen to the song and I remember myself as a 21-year old girl who is very naive about the world, who thought everything in life was a fairy tale. 

"It’s really refreshing to remember how I was back then. It’s really such a blast working on this and turning one of my dreams into reality.” 

Heart really feels so happy these days despite the pandemic. She has a great relationship with husband Gov. Chiz Escudero and his two kids from his first marriage. 

They recently turned 13 years old and Heart wrote a touching letter for them which she shared in her social media account. 

It says: "Happy Birthday, Chesi and Quino! I may not have given you the gift of life, but it has been such a wonderful experience taking care of you since you were four. 

"I really can’t wait for the adventures you’re going to have in your teen years. Although it won’t be easy (trust me, I’ve been there), I’ll be here to hold your hand every step of the way!" 

Do they already have plans as to how they will celebrate the coming Christmas season? 

“I have no idea yet, but I definitely changed my big, big tree, which was almost half of this room, to a little tree. It's like a plant. That's how small my Christmas tree is because I guess there's just so much work, and you know, things are just so complicated these days. 

"But I still want to put a symbol of Christmas in our home.  I'm not really sure if I'm gonna spend Christmas here in Manila because, as much as possible, I want to be with as many relatives as possible. So, baka sa Sorsogon kami magki-Christmas.”