Jean Garcia's dancing while crying scene in 'The Half Sisters' goes viral on TikTok

Jean Garcia's dancing while crying scene in 'The Half Sisters' goes viral on TikTok

- Jean Garcia's memorable scene in the teleserye "The Half Sisters" recently resurfaced and went viral

- A netizen posted the video as a response to the question, "What’s an acting performance that was so good you forgot it was acting?”

- In the scene, Jean Garcia's character, Rina Mercado can be seen talking to a man on the phone who told her to dance or he will shoot her daughter

- The actress then started to dance as she bawled her eyes and even apologized to her daughter since they have to dance

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Jean Garcia's epic scene in the television drama "The Half Sisters" recently resurfaced online and went viral after a netizen with the TikTok handle @mattygasin posted the video clip of the scene on his account.

The netizen uploaded the video as a response to a question from @jammy_wben asking, "What’s an acting performance that was so good you forgot it was acting?”

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In the scene mentioned, Jean Garcia's character, Rina Mercado can be seen looking agitated while talking to an unknown man on a mobile phone. The man then told Rina to dance along with her daughter, Ashley who was played by actress, Thea Tolentino.

Jean Garcia's dancing while crying scene in 'The Half Sisters' goes viral on TikTok
Jean Garcia poses for the camera. Photo from Jean Garcia (@chic2garcia)
Source: Instagram

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Rina seemed shocked at the request and asked the man why they needed to dance. The unknown man threatened to hurt Ashley if the mother and daughter do not do as he says.

Rina burst into tears as she acquiesced to the man's demand and turned to her daughter to say, "Sorry, anak. Kailangan natin sumayaw." The two started dancing as they cried their eyes out.

Netizens found the baffling and ridiculous turn of events extremely hilarious and expressed their sentiments in the comment section.

"This is me during PE when the coach forces me to dance."

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"Pang Oscar and arte ni Ms. Jean Garcia! Naggawa niya umiyak kahit sobrang nakakatawa!"
"'Sorry anak kailangan natin sumayaw' I felt that."
"Hindi ako makahinga kakatawa. Please!"

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Jessica Anne Rodriguez Maitim, better known as Jean Garcia, is a Filipina television and film actress, who hails from Angeles, Pampanga. She is best known for her role as Madam Claudia Buenavista in "Pangako Sa 'Yo", Alvina Montenegro in "Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita?", Karina Mercado in "The Half Sisters", and Miss Michin in "Sarah...Ang Munting Prinsesa".

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Jean Garcia’s mother, Sandra Panganiban Garcia, has died at 70 years old after battling with COVID-19. Jean then took to social media to express her grief after losing a beautiful soul in their family. Jennica likewise penned on Instagram her disbelief that they lost their grandmother due to the viral disease.

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KAMI also reported that when Jean's mother got cremated, they found out that she has green bones, which for the Chinese is a very good sign. She considered the green bones as the final gift of her mom to her, and it also showed that her mom does not have any meanness in her.

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