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3 deleted scenes from 'Four Sisters and a Wedding' reveal new secrets about the Salazar fam!

It's official: Chad (Bernard Palanca) was a total disaster boyfriend to Alex (Angel Locsin). He's the actual worst.

Chandral Selim
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Chandral Selim

10/19/2018 in News
 3 deleted scenes from 'Four Sisters and a Wedding' reveal new secrets about the Salazar fam!

Three new deleted scenes from "Four Sisters and a Wedding" have hit the internet!

The first two centers around Alex's (Angel Locsin) journey, from losing her apartment because she can't pay rent, to enduring a truly terrible relationship with Chad (Bernard Palanca) who not-so-coincidentally, is her sister Bobbie's (Bea Alonzo) ex-boyfriend. 

The apartment scene was supposed to be shown after Bobbie and Tristan's (Sam Milby) scene in the former's New York condo. You can watch it here: 

A new thing we found out about Alex? Her car was a gift from the late Salazar patriarch. 

As for the scene with Chad, you can see Alex below trying desperately to make the relationship work and to include her jowa in the goings-on within her family and him just absolutely refusing to. Because he sucks. We hate Chad. 

This scene was supposed to come prior to Toti Marie's (Cecil Paz) iconic "window shopping sa motel" bachelor party. 

The third deleted scene is a short moment between Teddie (Toni Gonzaga) and her pretend-boyfriend Frodo (Janus del Prado), whom she is trying to give a make-over to directly after landing in the Philippines from Spain. "Para mas bagay ka sa akin," she explained. 

You can watch more deleted scenes here:

Watch more videos of "Four Sisters and a Wedding" here:

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