Pokwang Shares Adorable Video Of Daughter Malia O’Brian
POKWANG – GMA-7 actress and tv host Pokwang shared an adorable video of her daughter Malia O’Brian on social media.
Filipina actress and comedian Pokwang rose to fame after joining ABS-CBN’s reality show “Clown in a Million” in 2004. Before she entered the show business, she first worked as an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in the ‘90s.
Following her stint at the show, Pokwang appeared in several tv series, sitcoms, and noontime shows. She impersonates other people and starred with famous actors in various projects.
After the shutdown on the ABS-CBN network, Pokwang accepted projects with TV5 then on June 18, she signed a contract with GMA Artist Center. She said she was “super thankful and “excited” to become part of their family.
The 50-year-old celebrity recently shared on her Instagram account a hilarious video. In the said video, she impersonated the viral online seller Madam Inutz.
In a post on her Instagram account on August 25, Pokwang uploaded an adorable clip of her daughter Malia O’Brian. In the clip, the 3-year-old girl could be seen shaking her hips swiftly and she seems to be enjoying her dance step.
In the caption of the post, she wrote, “hala!!! sigeee!!!!! ikembot mo nalang yan nak @malia_obrian hahahahaha”
Watch the video below:
Netizens couldn’t help but react to Malia O’Brian’s adorable video. Here are some of their comments from the post:
@diannebernardo: “Pampa good vibes ka talaga Malia!”
@rowenaodal: “Nakakatuwa ka tisay malia”
@lanimisalucha: “Asus grabe sa cuuute!!! Kahit sya natawa sa ginawa nya.”
Pokwang will be celebrating her birthday tomorrow August 27. Her friend Kris Aquino sent a special gift ahead of her special day.
The comedian shared a photo and video of the gift she received from the Queen of All Media. She said her daughter Malia liked it so much. She previously revealed that the prominent host was one of those who helped her during the shutdown of her former network.
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