Denise Laurel looks back on GMA-7 days with Jake Cuenca

by James Patrick Anarcon
Mar 14, 2019
Denise Laurel posted an old newspaper clipping featuring her Click days with Valerie Concepcion, Charina Scott, Iya Villania, Jake Cuenca, and JC de Vera.
PHOTO/S: @d_laurel on Instagram

Denise Laurel took her Instagram followers on a trip down memory lane by reminiscing her days with GMA-7.

As a teen actress, Denise was part of the Kapuso youth-oriented series, Click. She joined the third batch of the Kapuso show.

On March 12, Denise posted on her Instagram stories a newspaper clip published in 2003, featuring the third batch of Click.

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Her batchmates were Valerie Concepcion, Charina Scott, Iya Villania, Mikel Campos, Jolo Revilla, Jake Cuenca, and JC de Vera.

At present, Denise, Jake, and JC are contract stars of ABS-CBN.

Iya, who transferred to ABS-CBN in 2004, returned to GMA-7 in 2014.

Valerie has been a freelancer since 2007, doing projects for ABS-CBN and GMA-7.

Jolo concentrated on doing movies, but appears more frequently in the Kapamilya network.

Charina and Mikel are now inactive from showbiz.

Click became the launching pad of stars such as Angel Locsin, Chynna Ortaleza, and Roxanne Barcelo. It was also Denise's first show after being a part of MTV Asia's series, Rouge.

However, Denise started her career with ABS-CBN, after being launched in Ang TV 2.

In 2006, Denise returned to the Kapamilya network via another youth-oriented series, Abt Ur Luv.

She later landed lead roles in several Precious Hearts Romances installments.

Denise's last TV appearance was in an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya last March 2.


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Denise Laurel posted an old newspaper clipping featuring her Click days with Valerie Concepcion, Charina Scott, Iya Villania, Jake Cuenca, and JC de Vera.
PHOTO/S: @d_laurel on Instagram
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