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Kapuso Thursday Nights are Harot Nights with “A1 Ko Sa ‘Yo”

“A1 Ko Sa ‘Yo” stars Kapuso actress Solenn Heussaff as Miley, Gardo Versoza as Rolly Molina, Sef Cadayona as Enzo, Benjamin Alves as Jay, Roi Vinzon as Primo, Ervic Vijandre as Eroll, Denise Barbacena as Kaycee, Gee Canlas as Tintin, Mara Alberto as Kath and 2016 Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Jaclyn Jose as Digna Molina.

STORY: “A1 Ko Sa ‘Yo” revolves around Digna Molina, a tactless and frustrated beauty pageant aspirant who is in search of her perfect beauty queen as she manages A1 Talent Agency.

She is married to Rolly Molina, a marriage counselor, who always fails to give her romance which in turn makes her uptight and short-tempered when facing her talents. Making Digna’s life more interesting are Kaycee, her sexy daughter who wants to pursue her dream of becoming a beauty queen; Miley, the kind-hearted and almost-perfect model Digna has in her agency; Kath, A1’s model-wannabe receptionist; and Tintin, the ex-Japayuki talent. And adding colour to the dynamics of A1 Talent Agency are the members of Super Hard Gym: Primo, the owner of the gym; Jay, the vain call center guy; Erroll, the loser hunk; and Enzo, the chickboy photographer.


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A1 Ko Sa Yo

Under the helm of Randy Santiago, catch the light, funny and sexy episodes of “A1 Ko Sa ‘Yo” every Thursday night beginning June 2 after “Juan Happy Love Story” on GMA Telebabad.

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