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Tim Yap reveals use of ‘Hollywood-level’ equipment in shooting for ‘Love Thy Woman’

Showbiz personality Tim Yap is part of ABS-CBN's newest teleserye 'Love Thy Woman,' which will be top-billed by Kim Chiu, Xian Lim and Erich Gonzales.

BY PUSH TEAM

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6/17/2019 8:36 AM
Tim Yap reveals use of ‘Hollywood-level’ equipment in shooting for ‘Love Thy Woman’


TV personality and events host, Tim Yap is proud of being part of the upcoming Kapamilya teleserye, Love Thy Woman, which will be top-billed by Kim Chiu, Xian Lim and Erich Gonzales. 

Tim shared that the production also has new and high-tech cameras used in shooting for the said teleserye. 

"We're in the process of taping. I'm so excited because I know that we're using the most high tech cameras, like Hollywood level. This is the first show that will be using those cameras. So people behind it, are the best of the best," he said in an interview with the PUSH Bets Live team. 

Another thing that he's excited about, was being cast along with other veteran actors like Christopher De Leon, Sunshine Cruz, Eula Valdez, and Jana Victoria. "Abangan niyo yung crying scenes ko ah," he joked. 

There's still no final date on when Love Thy Woman will premiere. 

READ: Erich Gonzales learns Mandarin for new show ‘Love Thy Woman’

Meanwhile, as being one of the out-and-proud gay personalities in the Philippines, Tim also gave a message in honor of Pride Month celebration. "You know I love it because June is Pride Month, and June is our Independence Day too, right? So both things are super close to my heart, patriotism, love for country and Pride," he said. 

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The 42-year old host also shared his thoughts on respecting the rights of people from all walks of life. 

"I think the smallest way we can contribute is to be good with each other. Online and offline there's so much anger, hatred, and everything else, so I think we can contribute into this equality [movement] by being good to each other, and treating each other with respect. 

"Kasi bottomline 'yun 'yon e. If you respect your fellow men, women, everybody, then you will respect equality, it follows," he explained.