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Kris Aquino says movie with Mayor Herbert Bautista is still a go

Kris Aquino admits her participation on movie with Herbert Bautista will depend on her health.


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8/27/2015 10:44 AM
Kris Aquino says movie with Mayor Herbert Bautista is still a go

082715-krisaquino_PUSH.jpgAs far as the Queen of All Media Kris Aquino is concerned, her first movie with Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista is still pushing through.

Speculations about their project not pushing through started when the Kris TV host started making headlines about experiencing several health problems lately. The most recent of which was Kris almost suffering a stroke

Kris, in a recent interview in Ricky Lo’s column, confirmed that the current state of her health has been of great concern not only to her but also for her family.

“I’ve been unhealthy for more than two months and my siblings want me to have a thorough executive check-up after the showing of Mistresses. That is, before I commit to starting another project,” Kris said.

The host-actress is currently filming the Chito Roño flick Etiquette for Mistresses with Claudine Barretto, Kim Chiu, Iza Calzado and Cheena Crab which is slated to be released this September.

She further shared she has undergone several tests lately after noticing a bruise on her thigh.

“I had blood works done on the set two weeks ago because my sisters got worried since I had a big bruise in my inner thigh that just came out, as big as my hand, even if I didn’t bump into anything and I didn’t fall. The hematologist checked the results and said I was okay,” she claimed.

Apart from the bruise and the near-stroke, Kris has also suffered from allergies and persistent cough lately, according to the column.

But in the end, Kris confirms that their Metro Manila Film Festival entry is still happening.

“The outcome of my participation (in Mr. & Mrs. Split) will depend on my health. But as of now, it’s all systems go to shooting by the third week of September,” she explained.