WATCH: 'A Very Good Girl' stars do extreme Jenga dares!
WATCH: 'A Very Good Girl' stars do extreme Jenga dares!

The "A Very Good Girl" cast isn’t just a bunch of very good girls — they're also a group of very good sports! 

Kathryn Bernardo and Dolly de Leon, with Kaori Oinuma and Nour Hooshmand, took on the exciting Dare Jenga — a Jenga game with a twist, where every Jenga piece they got had a corresponding question they had to answer, or a corresponding consequence they needed to do. 

The game started out pretty easy and chill for the girls, although the consequences were already extreme right at the beginning.  

During Nour's turn, she had to call someone from her contacts list and convince the person to lend her money. The actress chose her good friend Maris Racal, whom she tried to borrow exactly P927 from, the amount being a nod to the film's opening date. 

As soon as Nour mentioned that she was borrowing some money, Maris already had a hunch that Nour was pranking her. 

"Hindi, kilala kita, Nour. Hindi ka nangungutang. May ginagawa ka, pina-prank mo ako," Maris said, drawing laughs from the four girls. 

The other cast members also had to do some dares: Kaori showed her recent jejemon selfie as the most embarrassing photo on her phone; Dolly had to do an ugly face on camera; and Kathryn had to breakdance, and she slayed! 

Dolly was also asked who among the four of them would and wouldn’t survive in a horror movie. 

“Ako ‘yung magsu-survive sa horror movie, tapos si Kath hindi, kasi matatakutin siya,” Dolly answered, to which Kathryn instantly agreed.  

“Kung may zombie apocalypse, una akong makakagat,” Kathryn affirmed. 

But who among the four girls do you think would make the Jenga tower fall at the end? Watch the full video of their Dare Jenga game below: 

Now in its fifth week, “A Very Good Girl” is still showing nationwide, and in cinemas abroad! 


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