April 22, 2018, 3:23 am
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Why Katrina prefers playing a baddie

KATRINA Halili says she’s been single for almost five years now and she does not at all feel like there’s something lacking in her life. “At this point, ang gusto ko lang is to enjoy life kasama ang anak ko,” she says. “I just want to go on working, mag-ipon, to make sure I can give my daughter a good future. Hindi mo naman kailangan ng lalaki sa buhay mo para ka maging masaya.”

She has remained good friends with her daughter Katie’s dad, Kris Lawrence. “He visits her often, two or three times a week. Okay naman. Pag hinahanap siya nung bata, sasabihin sa’kin, I want Papa to visit me. So tatawagan ko naman siya and he’ll come. Sabi ko, turuan niyang mag-play ng musical instruments at mag-English para masanay. Sabi ko, ikaw ang tutor niya. Maayos naman ang arrangement namin. I cannot complain.”

No chance of reconciliation at all? 

“Mahirap kasing i-push. Sobrang magkaiba ang personality namin. Hindi kami talaga mag-match sa isa’t isa, kaya mahirap. Basta sa ngayon, ang focus ko is work. And we’re so happy sa ‘The Stepdaughters’ kasi consistently high ang ratings ng aming show.”

She’s in full contravida mode in her role as Isabelle in the show. Does she ever get tired of being a villain? 

“Sanay na ako. Mahirap maging bida. Iyak ka nang iyak dahil inaapi ka. Kung minsan, ‘di mo na alam kunsaan mo huhugutin ang luha sa pag-iyak mo. Ang kontrabida, lagi ka lang galit. Mas madaling ilabas ‘yung galit kaysa iyak, so okay na sa’kin na contravida ang branding ko.”

How are she and Megan Young so far? 

“Okay na okay. Pareho kaming galing sa Starstruck, di ba? Seryoso kami sa harap ng camera, but off cam, kulitan kami. We’re like sisters na nga. Cool siyang kasama. Miss World pero kalog. Hindi feeling beauty queen. Sweet. Hindi mahirap katrabaho. May perks ‘yung pagiging kasama ko siya kasi tinuturuan niya ako ng tamang posture, ng tamang paraan ng paglakad, so enjoy ako working with her. Kaya nakikita nyong panay ang tarayan at sampalan namin sa show, pero ang totoo, we’re the best of friends now. Abangan nyo dahil mas lalala pa ang mga away namin dahil aagawin ko sa kanya ang boyfriend niyang si Mikael Daez.”

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Enrique Gil is not bothered by detractors who say he’s too mestizo to play the role of a native warrior in “Bagani.” 

“The show doesn’t claim to be a true story representing our history,” he says. “As our writers say, it presents an alternative universe as this is a fantaserye. But we convey valid messages about hope and equality among the five warring tribes in the story.”

He and Liza Soberano are currently celebrating the fifth anniversary of their love team. They first teamed up in the movie “Must Be Love” in 2013 supporting the “KathNiel” tandem. The next year, they were launched in their own primetime soap, “Forevermore,” followed by “Dolce Amore.” They also did a string of hit movies: “Just the Way You Are,” “Everyday I Love You” and “My Ex and Whys.” Now, they’re together again in “Bagani.” 

“This is the hardest and the best show na nagawa namin,” he says. “You can see the concept is very fresh at grabe ang gastos dito sa sets, sa costumes. ABS has really come up with a show that is of epic proportions. I play Lakas, isang taga-disyerto. I’m an outcast, kasi my parents were branded as traitors when they’re just standing up for what they believe is right.”

What can he say now that Liza is going solo in “Darna”? 

“Wala namang masama if we do solo projects,” he says. “We’ll still support each other. We both have to grow rin naman as solo artists. I did ‘Seven Sundays’ last year and she’s very happy for me kasi nga I even got nominated as best supporting actor for my role in that movie. So I’m very happy for her that she is doing ‘Darna.’ I’m sure it will be successful and she’ll be one of the best Darnas ever.”

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Lovi Poe is now more open about her relationship with Fil-French businessman Chris Johnson. They post a lot of pictures together in their social media accounts and you could see they’re really enjoying each other’s company so much. 

“We really love the great outdoors,” she said. “We enjoy surfing, swimming, scuba-diving, even just walking together to enjoy the beauty of nature.”

Since Chris is often out of the country to attend to his business, they just enjoy their moment of being together whenever he’s around. “It works well kasi I’m the kind of person who still needs my alone time,” added Lovi. “I love having my own space and I’d know you really love me if you’d make me feel free and not just confined to our relationship. Ayoko nung maraming restrictions na pagbabawalan ka sa gusto mong gawin.”

As of now, she’s just glad that she’s getting very positive feedback for her rollicking performance as a “babaeng bakla” in “The One That Got Away.” “I’m happy na maraming natutuwa sa role ko as Alex Makalintal, an aspring travel show host. First time ko to do such a kind of funny character and I never cease to smile when I read the remarks about my performance in social media. They find Alex a very endearing character, kasi she’s very devoted to her family, lalo sa parents niyang sina Snooky Serna and Bembol Roco. Marami ring natutuwa sa mga eksena namin ni Renz Fernandez dahil nagkasama raw ang mga anak nina Da King and Daboy. Feel-good talaga ang show so don’t forget to watch it every night.”
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