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Aljur Abrenica wants to duplicate the successes of Angel Locsin & Paolo Avelino

Aljur Abrenica
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Aside from Sarah Geronimo’s 26th birthday this coming Friday, a report regarding Aljur Abrenica’s filed complaint against GMA-7, his home network since 2006 is also circulating online this evening, July 24, 2014 (Manila time) or this morning, July 24, 2014 (U.S time). Based on the published article of GMA News, Aljur, the season four contestant of Starstruck, one of the reality biggest reality shows of GMA-7 wants to terminate his contract with his home network.

In an interview with reporters during the filing of his petition for confirmation of rescission of his current contract with GMA Network, Aljur said he wants to move forward. His interview with local media including GMA-7 News reporter Nelson Canlas was also featured on TV Patrol, the prime time news program of ABS-CBN. After watching his interview, some observers expressed their sentiments and disappointments regarding the former Starstruck avenger's decision.

All of them believe that this is not the right time for him to decide for himself because of his contract with the Kapuso Network, based on the report; his contract will run through 2017. But like what he said in his interview, he wants to move forward and do something to achieve his dreams in the industry. Some observers claim that Aljur just wants to duplicate the success of many Kapamilya actors like JC De Vera, Paolo Avelino, Angel Locsin and Iza Calzado who also came from GMA-7.

The four of them are blessed with good projects in the Family Network. Angel Locsin has become one of the prized talents of ABS-CBN since she transferred from the Kapuso Network. Iza Calzado and JC De Vera are now busy doing their separate projects while Paolo Avelino is enjoying his popularity in the industry after his remarkable performance in the TV series titled “Walang Hanggan” (Eternal) with the very talented young actress Julia Montes and the TV series king Coco Martin.

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