Skip to main content


Teleserye actors join #MasOKPagNakaMask campaign
The superstar cast of ABS-CBN teleseryes “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” “Love Thy Woman,” “24/7,” and “Ang Lihim ni Ligaya” reminded Filipinos to protect themselves by covering their faces if they need to go out in public and buy essential items amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Coco Martin and Yassi Pressman led the cast of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” along with John Prats, Bianca Manalo, Michael De Mesa, John Arcilla, Shaina Magdayao, Rowell Santiago, Lorna Tolentino, and more as part of the social media campaign #MasOkPagNakaMask and ABS-CBN’s “Ligtas Pilipinas” advocacy. They are seen wearing white shirts and face masks in the photos marked with “Mask is a Must” published on Dreamscape Entertainment’s social media pages.

“Stay at home, Kapamilya! But if you really need to go out, you should have a washable mask ready. Let’s do this to protect our families #LigtasPilipinas,” said the photos’ captions.

Ivana Alawi, Angel Aquino, and Melissa Ricks also released tutorial videos for making do-it-yourself face masks and encouraged netizens to do the same.

Also joining the campaign are “Love Thy Woman” stars Yam Concepcion, Eula Valdes, Sunshine Cruz, Zsazsa Padilla, Jen Sevilla, David Chua, MJ Cayabyab, Richard Juan, and Tim Yap, “24/7” stars JC Santos, Joross Gamboa, Pen Medina, Joem Bascon, and Bodjie Pascual, and the cast of upcoming series “Ang Lihim ni Ligaya” cast’s Kit Thompson, Agot Isidro, Ryle Santiago, Hasna Cabral, and others.

Last week, the government required all residents in areas affected by the enhanced community quarantine to wear masks or improvised face shields to reduce potential transmission of COVID-19.

For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit


Popular posts from this blog

KathNiel launches anti-cyberbullying campaign

More than fighting evil vampires at La Luna Sangre as Tristan and Malia, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla fight cyberbullies in real life. Kicking off their anti-cyberbullying campaign as Cybersmile Ambassadors, KathNiel together with Philippine Red Cross (PRC), the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and Kathniel’s fan base KDKN Solidarity Community, Inc. along with volunteer-individual and other fan group supporters conducted a simultaneous event dubbed as “Give Blood. Fight Cyberbullying” last Nov. 5 at the PRC Headquarters and across 18 (initially targeted 22) other PRC blood centers nationwide.


  #KDLex fans unite in “Closer” fancon   Today’s most promising loveteam composed of Alexa Ilacad and KD Estrada will be having a grand virtual meet-and-greet with their fans in “Closer: The KDLex FanCon,” happening on Saturday (February 26) at 8 pm via KTX and SKY Pay-Per-View.   The KDLex tandem, shipped by their growing number of followers after their friendship blossomed in “Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10” Celebrity Edition, is set to bring an evening full of music in their first-ever fan convention presented by ABS-CBN Events and kumu.    Alexa described “Closer” as raw like a jamming session. “We will be singing songs we made inside the PBB house, songs we know our sweethearts love so much,” she said.  “ We want our concert to be as raw as possible because people learned to love us through a reality show where they saw who we really are. We want to continue that and make the show super comfortable, laidback, like a really cool acoustic session.”

Unleash Your Inner Water Tiger: Financial Tips from 2022’s Chinese Zodiac Sign

In a few days, we'll be celebrating Lunar New Year and ushering in the Year of the Water Tiger. Depending on the representative Chinese zodiac and element, it is said to impact one's luck and chances to become successful. Take charge of your own destiny and learn the traits of the Water Tiger in order to become more financially savvy and prosperous in 2022. Here are some financial tips to keep in mind this Lunar Year: