WATCH: ABS-CBN unveils “Dolce Amore” first teaser starring Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil

Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, better known as  ‘LizQuen’, one of the most in-demand love teams in the country today  who starred in the phenomenal hit soap “Forevermore” are going to give the fans  another “kilig” vibes  next year after they have been offered with another project.

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As confirmed by Enrique, the love team will topbill an upcoming teleserye in 2016, entitled “Dolce Amore”,  it will be light and romantic with a touch of drama.  He also said that they were already done with the planning and casting and attending workshop last month. The shooting of their new project will begin this December.

What does ‘Dolce Amore’ mean?

It is an Italian phrase which mean ‘Sweet Love’ in English.  It seems that the fandom of these two teen on-screen lovers  are so excited,  infact there’s already an Instagram account  named ‘Dolceamoretvph’ ,  with 10,500 followers already.

WATCH: First trailer of “Dolce Amore”

LizQuen first starred in the phenomenal 2014 hit series “Forevermore” which was shot on location in Benguet Province.  And it looks like they’ll be traveling again for their shoots in the said new teleserye.  Enrique added that it is far more exciting from their recent hit teleserye and they will not be only traveling in different places locally,  but  also other exciting places abroad  as well.

Their recent  movie entitled “Everyday I Love You” received a blockbuster status, and according to Enrique, they are overwhelmed with the countless blessings that they have received this year.

This  will be an exciting new teleserye to talk about and now its well on its way, and this lovely duo will be back on your tv screen sooner than we think.   This will surely start to dominate the prime-time TV once more.

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