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After “Ang Probinsyano” stint, Mystica asks Michael V for possible comedy guesting

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Nov. 20, 18 | 8:16 am

Former sexy singer Mystica is hoping that her comeback in the entertainment industry will continue to thrive after appearing in Coco Martin’s action drama series “Ang Probinsyano”.

It can be recalled that Martin gave Mystica a role on the show after she posted a Facebook live video asking the Kapamilya actor for a second chance in show business.

Since then, she has appeared on several episodes and was even able to buy a P1.2 million van with her talent fees from the show.

However, her character on “Ang Probinsyano” was killed and she is no longer part of it.

After her brief stint on the show, she posted yet another Facebook live video to express her wishes to have another television project.

She said that she is very much interested in doing a comedy show next and appealed to Kapuso comedian Michael V to include her in GMA-7’s “Bubble Gang”.

She said that she was able to join “Bubble Gang” during the height of her career and that she would like to do it once again.

“Nanawagan ako kay Michael V na sana naman po kunin niya ako sa Bubble Gang o kaya’y any program na nadoon siya kasi gusto ko siya makasama,” Mystica said.

Aside from Bubble Gang, Michael V also has another weekly sitcom titled “Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento”.

As of press time, Michael V has not yet responded to Mystica’s appeal.

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