The mother of two will host the newest cooking showdown on television "Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition."
The said show will be open to kids who are fond of cooking and sharing their culinary experiences even in young age.
According to Juday, she's a bit nervous of the project because she needs to host the show, which she will be doing for the first time.
"Excited ako na medyo nini-niyerbos ng konti kasi hosting naman siya eh, very different sa mga ginagawa ko. Unang una hosting job ko ito."
She added while she's more comfortable in acting, she's also embracing the new changes in her showbiz career and asks for her husband, Ryan Agoncillo's advice when it comes to this particular project.
"Hindi ko alam din kung hanggang saan yung kapasidad ko na umintindi sa mga spiels unlike si Ry (Ryan) na mahusay talaga siyang magsalita."
Aside from the newest show, Juday also confirmed that she already had talks with ABS-CBN management of her possible drama comeback on television.
"Nag-iisip pa kami ng magandang istorya kasi diba halos lahat naman ngayon eh remake. I want a story that’s refreshing na hindi pa talaga napapanood."
Juday added she's also not yet ready to give showbiz most of her attention because of her kids Lucho and Yohan.
"Hindi ko pa kaya na matagal na mahiwalay sa mga bagets and pag nag-star na ako ulit mag taping eh may mga restrictions na yan eh, yung time and location."
When asked if she's also working in new silver screen project, the drama actress revealed she's set to star opposite Coco Martin in a drama flick soon.