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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Mar 14, 2012

Ruffa Gutierrez Daughters Lorin And Venice Admits They Also Want To Be 'Artistas'

THE DAUGHTERS of Ruffa Gutierrez, Lorin and Venice, were the special guests in “Showbiz Central” last Sunday. They were interviewed by Pia Guanio and their uncle, Raymond Gutierrez. The two perky girls have many stories about their family. They both like to shop with their mom and Lola Annabelle Rama. Lorin says they don’t like it when their mom tells them to wear tutu skirts as it’s itchy and they feel their too old for that.

Venice says Lorin is more the favorite of their Lola. Pia asks who gives better gifts: Uncle Richard or Uncle Raymond? They reveal it’s Richard, who gives them $200. Raymond just gives them the new ice cream brand he’s now promoting. What do they do when their mom has problems? “We hug her and ask her what’s the problem,” they say.  Read, Ruffa Gutierrez' Marriage To Yilmaz Bektas Now Officially Annulled.

Ruffa is concerned with their grades in school. “If you get bad grades, you’re grounded for a week,” Lorin reveals. “Venice’s grades are high but her conduct is very low.”

Both of them admit they want to be artistas like their Lolo Eddie Gutierrez, their mom and uncles. “I want to be a singer-dancer,” adds Venice. “My yaya says I’m lambot katawan.” Her favorite singer is Jennifer Lopez while Lorin’s is Taylor Swift. They were then asked to sing live, with Lorin doing Jessie J’s “Price Tag” and Venice doing Adele’s “Someone Like You”.

Ruffa says although her daughters are obviously very talented, she’d rather they focus on studies first and get into showbiz later.