Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

- During Marian Rivera’s lifestyle talk show, she visited a 3D museum located in Quezon City and gamely posed for the cameras

- The actress was commended for funnily posing like a child in the different art pieces

- The 3D art museum she visited is the largest one in Asia when it comes to the number of 3D paintings available

Kapuso Primetime Queen Marian Rivera didn’t feel shy and went all out while posing animatedly beside the 3D attractions in an art museum in Cubao, Quezon City.

The 31-year old actress visited ‘Art in Island’ for her lifestyle-morning talk show, ‘Yan ang Morning!’

As part of the TV program, Rivera visits a lot of attractions daily. This time, she traveled all the way to the north for one of the most mentioned destinations for people who love taking their selfies. The museum showcases different paintings which creates optical illusions. These help people pretend, for example, that they were falling from a rickety bridge.

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The FHM Philippines first Hall of Famer couldn’t help but to be a ‘child at heart’ during her stay. She readily emoted and enjoyed the trip.

In one picture uploaded on her Facebook page, Rivera had no worries looking funny when she acted as if she was stuck inside a bottle.

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

The 3D museum made it look like the actress was trapped inside the the bottle. (Photo credit: GMA News)

Feeding a popsicle to a tiger was no big deal for this actress.

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Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

One of the images in the gallery helped Marian pretend that she shared a popsicle with a tiger. (Photo credit: GMA News)

Her fans couldn’t help but praise Rivera for being outgoing and her funny antics.

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

User @therealirishmaemont found Rivera's childish poses cute. (Photo credit: Instagram)

While user @gi76len thanked Marian for letting her audience see new places in the country they couldn’t have known if not for the actress.

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

The user also praised Rivera for promoting tourist spots in the country. (Photo credit: Instagram)

The museum opened two years ago on Christmas day. Different from the usual establishments that collect art, this place does not prohibit its guests to touch anything. In fact, they encouraged visitors to feel and interact with the art as much as possible for the full experience.

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There was only one catch; visitors were not allowed to wear shoes inside the museum. They could either be barefoot or they can choose to wear their socks. But it looks like Rivera got an exception from the rule as shown in the pictures.

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

River pretends to lead an army. (Photo credit: GMA News)

The entrance fee is worth 500 pesos but they offer discounts for senior citizens and students.

The morning show is one of Rivera’s comeback activities giving birth to her daughter Maria Letizia. Zia, what people fondly call her, is the first child of actress with husband, Dingdong Dantes.

Marian Rivera gamely poses at 3D art museum

The actress received a sweet kiss from a fish during her visit. (Photo credit: GMA News)

Aside from hosting, she also had a short stint as Ynang Reyna Mine-a, the mother of the four Sang’gres in GMA’s hit show, ‘Encantadia.’

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Yan Ang Morning!’ airs every 9:30 in the morning during weekdays.

The 3D art museum was founded by Korean Yun Jae Kyoung and his partners. They worked for four months to build the place with the help of fourteen 3D artists. It’s the biggest 3D Museum in Asia for the number of paintings present but the one in Korea was bigger in terms of area.

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