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Bea Alonzo on moving to GMA: ‘It felt right’

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Bea Alonzo on moving to GMA: ‘It felt right’

KAPUSO. Bea Alonzo transfers to GMA Network.

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Bea says she'll be starring in a primetime series

Bea Alonzo is officially a Kapuso.

The 33-year-old actress signed a contract with GMA Network on Thursday, July 1 at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel in Mandaluyong City. 

In a video posted on GMA Network’s Instagram stories, Bea said that considers her transfer a good decision. 

“I was offered to do teleserye and offered a network contract by GMA. And at that point, it felt like it was the right thing to do and it came at the right time. And it felt good,” she said. 

Bea added that the move was smooth-sailing. “My manager (Shirley Kuan) negotiated and it has led us to this. And to be honest, ang gaan-gaan lang ng lahat, ‘yung buong proseso (the whole process was easy.)” 

A media conference to welcome Bea was scheduled to stream on GMA Network’s social media accounts on Thursday afternoon but the streams ended early after they encountered technical difficulties.

Several GMA artists like Carla Abellana, Yasmien Kurdi, and Julie Anne San Jose welcomed Bea to the network. 

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Bea’s first major project with GMA has yet to be announced but she teased that it’s going to be a primetime series. “Meron na ‘kong teleserye na gagawin pero hahayaan ko na lang ang GMA mag-disclose kung ano ‘yon because I think hindi ko pa siya pwede sabihin,” Bea told

(I already have a teleserye lined up but I’ll wait for GMA to announce it because I think I’m not allowed to tell it yet.)

She added, “I know na kung sino ring makakasama ko (I also know who I’m working with), very, very exciting. I can already say that it’s gonna be primetime.” 

She is also set to star in the Philippine adaptation of the 2004 Korean movie A Moment to Remember with GMA star Alden Richards.

In November 2020, it was announced that Bea left Star Magic, the talent agency that handled her career for 19 years.  

Bea starred in top ABS-CBN shows like Maging Sino Ka Man, It Might Be You, and cult classic movies like One More Chance, and Four Sisters and a Wedding.  –

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