Maine Men­doza on show­biz: ‘I still have a lot to learn’

Sun.Star Pampanga - - SHOW! -

AMID fame and pop­u­lar­ity, Maine Men­doza said she is still not used to life in show busi­ness. More than a year since she be­came a house­hold name thanks to noon­time va­ri­ety pro­gram "Eat Bu­laga” and its seg­ment “Ka­lye­serye,” Men­doza's star is still shin­ing bright on tele­vi­sion.

Her on-screen team-up with Alden Richards is still well-re­ceived by the view­ing pub­lic, her com­mer­cials are be­ing aired re­li­giously on tele­vi­sion while her face was plas­tered on bill­boards along ma­jor thor­ough fares.

She was even picked by Queen of All Me­dia Kris Aquino to be part of her first on­line ven­ture, prov­ing that Men­doza is still show busi­ness' hottest pr oper t y.

But amid all this, Men­doza said it is still not quite sink­ing in yet.

"I think it is safe to say that I am still in the process of fa­mil­iar­iz­ing," she said.

Men­doza added: "I still have a lot of things to learn and I think it would take me a long time to get used to ev­ery­thing."

With one solo movie with Richards, more than a dozen mag­a­zine cov­ers and nu­mer­ous en­dorse­ments un­der her belt, the 21-year-old hinted that there's no stop­ping now.

"We are cur­rently work­ing on some­thing out­side 'Eat Bu­laga' at da­pat aban­gan nila ito."

Ru­mors have it that a soap opera star­ring the two are al­ready on the works.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Philippines

© PressReader. All rights reserved.