Maine ba­ba­lik na sa Jan­uary 1

Cebu Libre - - NEWS -

LIKE any other in­dus­tri­ous back-breaker, unang araw ng Enero—most es­pe­cially if it falls on a work­ing day—ay back to work na siya.

The pre­vi­ous hol­i­days may not be enough to celebrate, re­lax, en­joy and per­haps do some soul-search­ing pero sa mga mas ma­sisi­pag, there’s no such thing as ex­ten­sion. Tra­baho, tra­baho, tra­baho na uli sila.

Ngayon pa lang ay bal­i­tang ba­ba­lik na si Maine Men­doza sa Eat Bu­laga sa mis­mong Jan­uary 1, this af­ter what seemed to be an in­def­i­nite hia­tus from it all.

Bago pa man nag-Pasko ay nauna nang mag-break si Maine, the word “break” could bear more than its lit­eral mean­ing.

Puwede rin kas­ing sabi­hing Maine has bro­ken loose from the fa­natic chains that bound her.

Mas pinili niya to be free from that bondage. Pero ang pinakama­ha­laga, she did with­out re­grets, bagkus her lib­er­a­tion gave her space—enough of it—she sim­ply de­served.

Medyo anx­ious o ap­pre­hen­sive lang kami as to how Maine’s re­turn to the fold will be taken by most of the “cit­i­zens” of the AlDub Na­tion. Sila rin kasi ang naglagay kay Maine sa ivory tower but the same peo­ple who strate­gized to make her de­scend from it.

Paano na rin kaya ang work­ing re­la­tion­ship nila on cam­era ni Alden Richards? Most cer­tainly, good­bye to pabebes, to their sac­cha­rine, “di­a­betes- caus­ing” mo­ments, to the three lo­las’ pam­bubuska.

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