Malia (Kathryn Bernardo) underwent a glowing transformation (or is it evolution?) on last night’s (September 12) episode of “La Luna Sangre.”
After days of being stuck on that same patch of ground she fell on after the policemen’s attack and praying to the moon for help, it finally came through! This is our scene of the day! Why? Because it was awesome!! But I’ll explain anyway:
- Malia kept trying to sit up, but didn’t have enough strength to do it (at least she was trying, right?? She hasn’t given up!)
- The skies suddenly cleared and the moon shone so brightly, it was practically blinding! (WOAH WHAT’S HAPPENING???)
- Malia started screaming in pain and her entire body started to glow (WOAH WOAH WOAH)
- Then she passed out! (OHMYGOD MALIA!!)
- Her wounds started to heal super fast - like, there aren’t even scars anymore (OMG IS IT HAPPENING?! Is this what we waited for when she turned 18??)
- She’s suddenly lifted off the ground and her clothes fell off because she’s glowing so brightly (she literally burned her clothes off!!! Also, I love that she’s glowing purple <3)
- Her hair grew soooo long! (YES MALIA’S HAIR IS GORGEOUS!)
- Malia woke up when her body was turned upright and was carefully placed back on the ground (*MIND-BLOWN*)
So there she was, in the middle of nowhere, naked as the day she was born after having been healed by the majestic moon. But did the moon just heal her? Or will we be seeing Malia’s powers kick in any day now?
Elsewhere, Jacintha (Angel Locsin) asked Gilbert (Richard Gutierrez) to share any secrets he was hiding, so she could do her job as a political strategist well and win him the election, but he refused to divulge anything. She was hit by a car as she left Youtopia, something that Supremo probably ordered his vampire-lackey to do to see if Jacintha would transform into a wolf or show any powers Lia had.
Have Malia’s powers been granted by the moon? Will she be able to go back home now that’s all healed up? Catch an all-new episode of “La Luna Sangre” tonight on Primetime Bida after “FPJ's Ang Probinsyano."