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  • With only a few days left before the Kapusong Pinoy fever hits Canada and the US, Philippine Comedy Queen Ai-Ai delas Alas together with Christian Bautista, Alden Richards, Jonalyn Viray and Betong Sumaya is busy preparing for GMA Pinoy TV’s Kapusong Pinoy Vancouver and Kapusong Pinoy Anaheim happening next weekend.

    ai-ai“Mga Kapuso sa Los Angeles at Vancouver, malapit na malapit na po tayong magsama-sama para icelebrate ang 10th anniversary ng GMA Pinoy TV! Ngayon pa lang po ay mag-tweet na tayo at mag-post using the hashtag #Sampuso,” says Ai-Ai, who currently stars in the romantic-comedy series Let the Love Begin.

    The returning Kapuso is looking forward to bringing the Kapuso experience to her kababayan abroad as they commemorate GMA Pinoy TV’s ten years of touching hearts across the globe.

    “Wag kayong mawawala diyan dahil sabaysabay nating mae-experience ang saya bilang proud Pinoy at proud Kapuso!” she adds. Rehearsals are underway for the two shows that both promise to be as memorable as they are entertaining.

    Christian Bautista, who stars in the upcoming Kapuso drama series My Mother’s Secret and regularly appears in GMA’s variety program Sunday All Stars, is also filled with excitement for the upcoming show. “After the long wait it’s finally here! We’re excited to finally go to Canada and the US for the GMA Pinoy TV shows. I’m also very excited to perform with Ms. Ai-Ai again. So get ready! It’s gonna be fun!” he exclaims.

    Meanwhile, Kapuso leading man Alden Richards is equally pumped up to perform before his fellow Filipinos. “Ilang tulog na lang at makakasama na namin ang ating mga Kapuso sa Vancouver at Anaheim. We’ve been preparing for the shows and are very excited to give them a fun-filled Kapuso concert experience!” shares Alden, who recently joined the country’s longest-running noon time show Eat Bulaga as one of its hosts.

    As GMA Pinoy TV pays tribute to its loyal subscribers over the past decade, audiences will be treated to a night of non-stop fun, laughter  and music. There will also be games and surprises, as well as a meet and greet session, where fans can have their photos taken with the Kapuso artists, following each show.

    In association with Unit Blue Design & Media Production Services, GMA Pinoy TV’s Kapusong Pinoy Vancouver will be held on May 29 at The Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, Canada. Gates open at 7:00 PM. For tickets, please call (604) 365-6068 in Vancouver, (778) 713-0376 in New Westminster, (778) 829- 4489 in Tri-cities, (604) 588- 6397 in Surrey, and (604) 504-5991 in Fraser Valley.
    Meanwhile, GMA Pinoy TV in association with Polaris Media & Marketing will stage Kapusong Pinoy Anaheim on May 31 at the City National Grove of Anaheim in California. City National Grove of Anaheim is located on 2200 East Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA. Gates open at 6:30 PM. For tickets, please call 310-989-4523 or 310- 986-1665.

    Kapusong Pinoy Vancouver is sponsored by Pag Ibig Fund, Vista Residences, Ritemed and Transfast, while Kapusong Pinoy Anaheim is sponsored by Xoom. com, Mapua Institute of Technology, Pag Ibig Fund, Amaia, Vonage, International Travel Network, Red Ribbon, Ritemed, Chowking, Moneygram, Davies Paints, Financial Rescue, The Generics Pharmacy, Everest Aircondition, DirecTV, Taxxmart, Flawless Faces, Debt Aid Consulting, Cebu Pacific, Goldilocks, San Miguel Gold Label Best of the Philippines, Alas Cargo, and Tancinco Law Office.

    For updates on GMA Network’s artists, programs, international channels and events, visit the website www.gmanetwork.com/international, Facebook pages www.facebook.com/GMAPinoyTV, www.
    facebook.com/gmalifetv, and www.facebook.com/ gmanewsinternational, Twitter pages @gmapinoytv, @gma_ lifetv, and @gmanewstvintl and Instagram account @gmapinoytv.

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