Zsa Zsa Padilla is cast as a wake singer in MMK

Source: Phillipine Entertainment Portal
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
04:39 PM

The Divine Diva will be acting once again on television for the October 10 episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya.

Zsa Zsa Padilla is tapped to do what she does best: acting and singing. Gagampanan niya ang papel ni Santa, isang wake singer na mapupwersang mamili sa kanyang pangarap at sa kanyang pamilya. Makakasama rin ni Zsa Zsa, also in a rare acting appearance, ang ’80s matinee idol na si Raymond Lauchengco.


Zsa Zsa Padilla as Santa
Raymond Lauchengco as Peter
Beverly Salviejo as Betchay
Lester Llansang as Leandro
Nikki Bacolod as Loida
Martin del Rosario as Sandy

Maalaala Mo Kaya, hosted by Charo Santos-Concio, ay mapapanood tuwing Sabado ng gabi sa ABS-CBN.

MMK this Saturday!


The longest-running drama series, Maalaala Mo Kaya continues to inspire millions of Kapamilya viewers around the world with its true to life stories of people from all walks of life.

This Saturday, MMK brings once more to the smallscreen, one of country’s toughest artist, The Divine Diva Ms. Zsa Zsa Padilla together with Ms. Beverly Salviejo, today’s promising actors Raymund Lauchengco,Martin Del Rosario, Lester Llansang and Nikki Bacolod. Directed by Nuel Naval. MMK airs from 8:00pm-10:00pm on ABS-CBN. Watch out for it!

Ms. Zsa Zsa releases 2nd single, IIBIGIN KANG MULI

Ms. Zsa Zsa Padilla has recently released her second single from her comeback album, Unchanging Love, entitled “IIBIGIN KANG MULI.” The song is an original composition by Diana Dayao and speaks about unrequited love. With Ms. Zsa Zsa’s charm and expressiveness, this song will surely find its way into the hearts of her adoring public and those who simply love good music.

A music video of the song is already in the offing, so please watch out for it in your favorite music channels.

Once again, thank you for your support!

Zsa Zsa Says…

Hello from melbourne
Sep 10, ’09 5:41 PM
hi. zia is on break at la salle (for a week) and we decided to visit my other daughter, nicole who is studying in melbourne university. karylle, sadly, was not allowed to come. she supposedly had taping schedule.

anyhow, we spent the weekend in one of my favorite hotels- the park hyatt. i love it there!!!
then we moved to melbourne.

can’t wait to be back here. flying back to manila tonight. see you, guys!


Zsa Zsa Says…

Hello from Coron, Palawan
Aug 27, ’09 1:04 PM


Hi everyone! It’s fiesta time here in Coron and I was invited by Governor Joel Reyes and Mrs. Fems Reyes to sing for the good people of Coron for their town fiesta. It was held near the hotel we were billeted at- Mt. Tapyas Hotel. I hear that the town celebrates every fiesta time for a whole week.

There is wi-fi here at the veranda coffee shop! The phone signals are good as well. I love it!

It”s beautiful here. Before the plane landed at Boswanga, you could see the beautiful white sandy beaches of several islands.

I was invited along with Lovie Po among other stars of ABS like Rachel Ann Go and Makisig.

It was good seeing Lovie. I remember the first time I saw her was at the wake of her Dad. It was quite a sad moment. The last time was during the show of Ogie da pogi at Araneta. I don’t get to see Kapuso stars very often so it always gives such a positive feeling.

I was worried about my asthma because it was so humid yesterday. It rained around 4p.m. and so before the sun was about to set, I decided to do a bit of cardio. I wanted to walk around. I wanted to go near the water but I was told that you’d need a banca to go island hopping because it’s where the beautiful beaches were at. I was just in the mood to walk so i asked what else i could do aside from going to the beach. They told me i could climb their mountain, Mt. Tapyas. It would take 700 plus steps but really now- my body guard (a local we got for my short stay here) said- it’s not much of a challenge.

And so we walked. My manager, Nene joined us when we saw her in a van coming from the sound check.

The view on the way top was breathtaking. And at the very top was a cross that served as a substitute light house. It’s really pretty. There was a rainbow right beside it which made everything seem a bit surreal. I’m so sorry- my phone camera was not working well and could only take shots from the secondary one. And as of the moment, I am trying to blue tooth them but my computer won’t seem to accept. Anyhow, I’m sure you can picture them in your mind for now.

On my way to the very top, we met a young boy who sold drinks. Sino ba s’yang artista? were the first words I heard from him.I laughed because he couldn’t understand why other people were asking to have their picture taken with me even before i reached the top.

He is 14 years old. He looked 8 to me. His name is Eric. And he sells drinks when you reach the very last step at the top. Such an enterprising young man. He says he does this everyday for a living. “Hopefully, after school”, were thoughts running in my mind. He was a bit shy from all the questions I was asking so I felt it was time to go near the cross and say a little prayer — but before that, I asked to have a picture taken with him.

Thank you to the peaceful townspeople of Coron. It has been a wonderful short stay. I’ll be leaving for the airport in a few.

Until next time….