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Valerie Concepcion Returns to GMA-7

After 7 years with ABS-CBN, Valerie Concepcion returns to the network where she started - GMA-7.

It can be remembered that Valerie Concepcion transferred to ABS-CBN right after Angel Locsin made the “big” jump because they have the same manager. While Angel was given primetime teleseryes, Valerie was given co-hosting stint in the now defunct noontime show “Wowowee.” She also starred in several afternoon soaps like in several episodes of “Precious Hearts Romances” and supporting roles in various teleserye like “E-Boy,” “Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto,” “100 Days to Heaven” and the ongoing “Dugong Buhay.”

At one point, Valerie also managed to appear on several TV5 shows like “Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak,” “Talentadong Pinoy” and “Star Confessions” where she portrayed the role of the late Bella Flores.

This June, Valerie can now be seen in the Kapuso teleserye remake of “Anna Karenina” where she will play the role of a kontrabida to the characters of Barbie Forteza, Krystal Reyes and Joyce Ching.

Will Valerie stay in the Kapuso network for good this time?

6 Comments on Valerie Concepcion Returns to GMA-7

  1. Anonymous // June 25, 2013 at 12:58 am //

    Go gma

  2. Engot Kayo // June 1, 2013 at 11:06 pm //

    I like GMA but they have favoritism, that’s not fair…

  3. Anonymous // May 27, 2013 at 11:57 pm //

    sayang si agot galing pa naman nya sa kapuso sana hnd sya pinabayaan ng gma!! sayang talaga sayang!!! gusto ko panaman sya sa telebabad hais!!!!!! still my loyalty “kapuso”

  4. iiiiiiiii…………
    sana sisikat sya dyan…
    tingnan nyo c agot balik DOS
    kasi walang sinabi yung drama nyo sa
    GMA palibhasa walang maisip na
    maganda na project kaya tuloy hanggang
    ilang buwan lang ang eri…
    hehehehehehhhhhhhh

  5. Anonymous // May 27, 2013 at 4:01 pm //

    pag sure

  6. sam cruz // May 27, 2013 at 6:50 am //

    lahat naman ng mga magagaling na talent sa gma7 galing kaya the best gma7 go go go valerie

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