Sunday, November 11, 2012
ACTRESS and television host Judy Ann Santos is raring to share the big screen with Superstar Nora Aunor and Batangas Governor and Star for All Seasons Vilma Santos.
“In all fairness ang sinabi ko gusto kong makasama ulit si Ate Guy at gusto kong makagawa ng pelikula with Ate Vi. Sino naman ako para sabihin na hindi ko gustong makasama si Vilma Santos, ang choosy ko naman," Judai said in reaction to reports that she prefers to work with Nora than Vilma.
Judai, host of the upcoming cooking show "Master Chef Pinoy Edition," said it will be an honor to work with two of the country's finest actresses.
"Sa isang artistang kagaya ko, napakalaking bagay na makasama ko ang isang Vilma Santos at isang Nora Aunor. Hindi ko naman sinasabi sa isang pelikula, pero yun kasi na masasabi mong kumpleto na yung pagiging artista mo," she said.
Meanwhile, the mother of two revealed the airing of her primetime series "Against All Odds" will be moved to the first quarter of next year.
Judai said she can't juggle Master Chef and a teleserye because of family duties.
"We tape four times a week. Pag nag-shoot pa ako ng dalawang araw, paano pa ang pagiging ina ko. Hindi naman masyadong made-delay yung taping, yung airing lang naman," she said.
She added that her co-stars KC Concepcion, Jessy Mendiola, Sam Milby and Jericho Rosales approved the development.
"Ini-explain ko naman din sa kanila na kung gagawin ko yung Master Chef, hindi ko kayang gawin din yung teleserye at the same time kasi paniguradong may isang magsu-suffer. Ayoko ng ganoon," she said.
"Master Chef Pinoy Edition" will kick off Monday at 10:30 a.m. followed by "Be Careful with My Heart" at 11:15 a.m. on ABS-CBN. (Sunnex)