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  • gretchen-krisGet to know Gretchen Barretto and Kris Aquino off-camera.

    They live under the spotlight. With just one cue from the di­rector, they can transform into a different person and act out a character.
    Gretchen Barretto and Kris Aquino are two of the hundreds of actors who lead glitzy and glamorous lives. We know them as celebrities, but do we really know them as persons?
    Star Patroller Marie Lozano has seen and spoken to both Gretch­en and Kris behind the camera. On “Patrol ng Pilipino,” she will show us unaired conversations and footage that will expose the real lives of celebrities outside the spotlight.
    Like her, fellow TV Patrol Re­porter Marc Logan has followed and reported about another per­ former, a girl named Vanessa. She has acted in the movies and in theater. She has brought smiles and laughter to people, but is her life as funny as she seems?
    Find out as “Patrol ng Pilipi­no” unmasks the world of show­biz with reporters Marie Lozano and Marc Logan. Catch “Patrol ng Pilipino” only on The Filipino Channel (TFC).

    They live under the spotlight. With just one cue from the di­rector, they can transform into a different person and act out a character.Gretchen Barretto and Kris Aquino are two of the hundreds of actors who lead glitzy and glamorous lives.

    We know them as celebrities, but do we really know them as persons?Star Patroller Marie Lozano has seen and spoken to both Gretch­en and Kris behind the camera. On “Patrol ng Pilipino,” she will show us unaired conversations and footage that will expose the real lives of celebrities outside the spotlight.Like her, fellow TV Patrol Re­porter Marc Logan has followed and reported about another per­ former, a girl named Vanessa.

    She has acted in the movies and in theater. She has brought smiles and laughter to people, but is her life as funny as she seems?Find out as “Patrol ng Pilipi­no” unmasks the world of show­biz with reporters Marie Lozano and Marc Logan. Catch “Patrol ng Pilipino” only on The Filipino Channel (TFC).

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