- Kapamilya drama anthology, 'Maalaala Mo Kaya,' recently unveiled the life story they will air this coming Saturday
- It's the story of social media star and Pinoy Big Brother' ex-housemate, Madam Inutz
- Based on the teaser they released, Dawn Chang will be the one to portray Madam Inutz
- In addition, a photo of Madam Inutz and Dawn has been making rounds on social media
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Dawn Chang is set to portray Madam Inutz on 'Maalaala Mo Kaya.'
This was revealed by the said TV show through their social media pages. They also uploaded the teaser for their 2-part Mother’s Day special.
Dawn also took to Instagram to share the teaser of the upcoming MMK episode.
Furthermore, an adorable photo of Madam Inutz and Dawn was also shared online.
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It has gained numerous comments from netizens who have noted the resemblance of the two. Here are a few of them:
"Nice one dawn chang."
"Bagay na bagay kay Dawn."
"Infairness medyo mgkamukha."
See it below:
Daisy Lopez, more popularly known as Madam Inutz, is a live online seller who shot to fame on social media because of her unique ways of selling her “ukay-ukay” items. She later became a member of the PBB Komunity celebrity edition, where she became one of the top five housemates during their elimination process.
In a previous report by KAMI, Madam Inutz reminisced about the time she received P137K in her e-wallet after she went viral. According to the former PBB housemate, she was surprised one morning to find out she has more than one hundred thirty thousand pesos in her online wallet. She said that apparently, many netizens might have liked the way she conducted her live selling. The Internet sensation made the narration during her guest appearance on a TV show.
Earlier, the Pinoy Big Brother ex-housemate shared updates on the therapy session of her mother. Madam Inutz thanked her manager, Wilbert Tolentino, for helping her with her mother’s therapy so she could walk once again. She said her mother suffered a stroke in 2016 but she was unable to continue the therapy then because she didn’t have any money.