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ANDREA TORRES AT MARIAN RIVERA

CONSISTENT with our self-confessed prejudices, Mrs. Dantes pa rin ang itatawag namin sa tinaguriang Primetime Queen ng GMA who—irony of ironies—has no show on the primetime block.

Right after inilabas ni Tita Cristy Fermin ang tungkol sa “framed-up” face-off between her and Andrea Torres, nabulabog ang kampo ng una, tracing the columnist’s source of the incident.

True enough, nagpatawag ng presscon ang GMA for the promo of her upcoming program. But what an odd surprise, hindi sinamantala ng misis ni Dingdong ang pagkakataong ‘yon to exonerate herself from what apparently is a reaffirmation ng kanyang kanegahan.

One and a half hours late daw dumating ang aktres, natanong lang ang tungkol sa kanyang bagong palabas as it was upon her handler’s stern instructions that no issues be brought to the fore, at presscon adjourned.

Our forethought had betrayed us, inisip kasi naming tiyak na babaha ng emosyon sa presscon with Mrs. Dantes’ floodgates of tears to evoke compassion, if not sympathy from the press. Pero ang hindi niya alam, every single reporter/writer/columnist is fully aware of her shenanigans.

Siyempre, alongside her lachrymal caper is her predictably flat denial na binantaan niya si Andrea para matanggal ito sa serye nila ni Dingdong. Napakamakapangyarihan naman niya kung kaya niyang sabihin man lang ‘yon, ang gawin pa kaya?
Kunsabagay, kung kami nga naman ay taga-GMA ay rerebyuhin namin ang kanyang mga umereng palabas which registered unimpressive, if not dismal ratings.

Na-cut short ang kanyang self-titled nondescript evening show noon. Hindi rin nakaalagwa ang serye niyang Carmela na sisibakin na dapat, pero iginiit na dapat ay sabay magtapos ang Rhodora X ni Jennylyn Mercado.

Yet despite her non-rating shows ay binigyan pa siya ng titulong Primetime Queen. Such conferred title would only apply ngayong balik-TV na siya, but as to the question if it’s a potential rater lalo’t makakatapat daw nito ang FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano at La Luna Sangre ay hindi na kailangan pang sagutin as the answer is a resounding “No!”

Ergo, what power to boot Andrea out of Dingdong’s serye is Mrs. Dantes bragging about? Nganga!

At huwag din sana niyang kalimutan that she has a lot to thank Angel Locsin for. Dahil kung hindi lumipat si Angel sa ABS-CBN, Mrs. Dantes wouldn’t have found her rightful place in the network.

Isaksak din sana ni Mrs. Dantes sa kukote niya that before she became who she is (ano nga ba?) today ay nanggaling din siya mula sa hanay ng mga da who. Hindi puwedeng sabihing tulad niyang struggling ang simulain ni Andrea.

Her network loyalty simply paid off. ‘Yun lang ‘yon.

Pero nakapagtatakang dedma lang si Mrs. Dantes sa isyung ngayon lang nabunyag ang katotohanan. Was she gagged by the GMA management para hindi na ito lumaki pa? Or was it her choice to shrug it off?

Parang hindi yata ‘yon ang gustong mangyari ni Mrs. Dantes. If she had her way, she would have wanted to come out clean and spotless sa isyung dumagdag lang sa kanyang kanegahan.

Pero kung kilala rin namin ang mga taong nasa likod ng kanyang career, there surely is a game plan na pinaghahandaan nila.

Kumbaga, chillax muna ang hitad, i-hold back muna niya ang kanyang roguish temper dahil sa dulo ng planong ‘yon ay babawi siya to redeem herself.

Good luck!

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