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Two years of touching letters that leave celebrities in tears on Magandang Buhay (Part 3)

Gerry Plaza May 16,2018 12:46 PM


Nothing else could bring much joy, yet leave you in tears, than a touching letter from a loved one.


For two years, Magandang Buhay made it a point to have its celebrity guests read letters from their parents, siblings, spouses, children, romantic partners, and even close friends that really tug the heart. It leaves them grounded, become sentimental with all the memories they had with them, and confirm and substantiate how much they love them and how important they are in their lives.


And we as viewers learn that even if they had become so successful and popular, these celebrities don’t forget what’s essential—the bond of family, friendship, and love is all that matters to them.




Friendships bring so much meaning into everyone’s lives, as Angelica Panganiban expressed after reading a heartfelt message from lifelong friend Camille Prats.



Yet, when you hear Jodi Sta. Maria share that her close bond with Iwa Moto started with a deep sense of forgiveness, it becomes extra meaningful and inspiring.



Long-lasting friendships are precious, and for Pia Wurtzbach who has been friends with Pauleen Luna since their teen years starting off in showbiz, reading a letter from her becomes so moving.



For John Lloyd Cruz, the friendship of his buddies in showbiz, such as Vhong Navarro, keeps him so blissful and strong, yet reading a letter from his Tabing Ilog grandmother, Caridad Sanchez, whom he truly respects and admires left him to tears.


Even in the age of social media and innovations in digital communications, nothing beats reading a handwritten letter from your loved one. It so touches you deeply and leaves an indelible mark in your heart. Magandang Buhay recognizes this value and has time and again made their guests feel at home and genuinely loved by the people who matter in their lives.


Two years of touching letters that leave celebrities in tears on Magandang Buhay (Part 1)

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