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A Flawlessly Fun Time With Nadine Lustre

Nadine and her fans got together for some quality time.
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We all know that celebrities have the busiest schedules—shooting their upcoming movies or TV series until late at night, appearing on TV shows, and going around the Philippines to promote their movies. Well, Nadine Lustre just shows that she could do all that and more when she and some of her very loyal fans met up last May 6 at the Metrowalk Music Hall Tent for the #FlawlesslyUFUNadineDay—a day dedicated to #Naddicts as they spend some quality time meeting and getting to know their favorite star, an event that happens once in a blue moon. Launch the gallery below to check out what went down at this fun day with Naddie.

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