Vina Morales, Donita Rose, Karla Estrada, and Ruffa Gutierrez have been friends for a long time and they’re not shy about digging our their past experiences in "Magandang Buhay” for our enjoyment.
In the episode that aired yesterday, June 25, the four opened up about their friendship, which started during their younger years in the television program "That's Entertainment.". (Seriously, ibang klaseng #FriendshipGoals ang meron sila.)
Donita and Vina revealed that they even had misunderstandings after being linked with their co-stars Gary Estrada and Robin Padilla.
Donita also recalled that she once slapped Vina during a scene after being driven by emotions, saying, "Meron akong eksena with her na parang sa story, boyfriend niya 'yung tatay ko, tapos sinampal kita, eh kailangan magpakita ako ng gilas, so sinampal ko siya ng sobra-sobra."
Ruffa, meanwhile, shared that she never got into a fight with Vina, and instead had a conflict with her younger sister, Shaina Magdayao, over an ex-boyfriend.
"Kami rin ni Vina, hindi kami nag-away kasi iba ang taste namin. Pero 'yung kapatid niya nagkaaway kami. Joke! Okay na kami," she jokingly said.
Vina then pointed out how deep their friendship has become, saying, "Iba kasing level namin when we were younger, iba 'yung mga level ng friendship, now, it's really tight!"
They remained in touch with one another in times of hardships and challenges.
The actresses also recounted their experiences with Annabelle Rama, who is known for being a strict mother. (But still, we see her as a cool one.)
Lastly, they talked about the importance of having support groups, now that they share one thing in common: being single moms. They remained in touch with one another in times of hardships and challenges.
Vina was last seen in the Kapamilya series "Araw Gabi," and is set to be a part of "SanDugo." Meanwhile, Donita was part of the Cathy Garcia-Molina family drama "Seven Sundays."
Ruffa, on the other hand, appeared on "Ngayon at Kailanman," and starred in different Star Cinema films, including "Maybe This Time" in 2014, and "Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy" in 2013.
Karla currently serves as a co-host in "Magandang Buhay," and was also a part of the 2017 blockbuster hit "Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad" and the 2019 comedy "Familia Blondina."
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