LOOK: Kisses Delavin goes back to college
Kisses Delavin is pursuing a college degree along with her showbiz career.
The 20-year-old actress had her first day in school at De La Salle University (DLSU) on Tuesday, May 21.
Her mom, Carrie Delavin, shared on Instagram a picture of her daughter walking along Taft Avenue just outside the main campus.
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Hi kissables thank you so much for the unconditional love & support & to all the team bahay/treandsetter & team abroad kissables/to all who participated in twitter party proud of you all for being there always without expectimg in return just a pure love for kisses .its her 1st day of school at DLSU .God Bless ! #Palmolivegirl #palmolive #bangongpalmolive #colgatefreshconfidence #colgate #benchtm #benchgirl #benchbaby #yoyosokr #yoyosophilippines #vicecosmetics #yoyoso #viceco💛💜❤💚💙💗💖MORE STORIESMORE STORIES
On Twitter, Delavin posted a selfie and shared that she had a “great first day.”
That was a great first day! Didn’t expect the warm welcome from my beloved school! Woah :) Anddddd of course those wonderful people who waited for me at the school gate to express their love and support, thanks, you’re the cutest 💘💚 pic.twitter.com/kDygVYwQ97
— Kisses Delavin (@KissesDelavin) May 21, 2019ADVERTISEMENT
“Didn’t expect the warm welcome from my beloved school! Woah,” she wrote. She also thanked fans who showed their support outside the school gate.
When Delavin joined the seventh season of “Pinoy Big Brother” in 2016, she was taking an accountancy degree in La Salle. She then went on a leave of absence to focus on showbiz commitments. It was not mentioned if she is taking the same course this time around.
After her break on “PBB,” Delavin’s projects included films “Loving in Tandem” and “Walwal” and TV show “Playhouse.” /ra
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