MANILA - Fans of the primetime series "Got To Believe" will get a chance to take home some of 'Chichay's Paintings' in an auction to be held on Sunday.
The lot of 13 different artworks, which features iconic scenes and characters from the hit series, will go under the hammer at the event dubbed "The Best Fair Ever" on March 2 at the Globe Circuit Grounds, Makati City.
The lowest starting price for these works stand at P2,000.
Aside from the auction, the fair will also feature rides, booths, and concerts.
It will also be graced by lead stars Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, which will also auction off some of the clothes worn by 'Joaquin' throughout the series at the event.
Gates open at 8 a.m.
Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, Richard Arellano, and Ricky Rivero, the series centers on Chichay (Bernardo) and Joaquin (Padilla), childhood friends who meet again as teenagers in unusual circumstances.
A simple girl with big dreams for her family, Chichay becomes a nanny for the rich and mischievous Joaquin, whose parents are on the verge of separating. Although the two fall in love, a tragic accident from their past resurfaces, threatening their relationship as well as Joaquin's life.
The second primetime series to be top-billed by Bernardo and Padilla, "Got to Believe" premiered last August 26 and has consistently been No. 1 in its timeslot.