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Devon Seron feels great working with GMA Network

  • Devon Seron believes that The Kapuso Network will help her grow as an artist
  • She is happy with her decision to shift networks and feels great about it.
  • Devon talks about the Kapuso stars she wants to work with

It’s been a few weeks since Devon Seron transferred from Kapamilya to Kapuso Network surprised everyone. Now, she is part of the TOTGA cast and was warmly welcomed by the rest of the crew.

In one of her interviews, she said that it was a personal decision and she thinks that GMA Network can help her grow as an actress. She admitted that she is a big fan of GMA’s telefantasya series and it’s her dream to be part and experience that kind of set.



She also believed that being part of the Kapuso network will give her challenging roles.

No Hard Feelings

Devon Seron has no hard feelings to Star Magic being her management for eight years.

“Nagpaalam naman ako ng maayos and sinuportahan naman nila ako sa desisyon ko.” Devon first appeared on television when she joined the ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ in 2010 with her alleged ex-boyfriend James Reid.

Devon talked about the Kapuso stars she wants to have work with. She clarified that she is not looking forward to having a loveteam, instead, the young actress dreamed about working with some of the biggest actresses in GMA Networks such as Lovi Poe, Heart Evangelista, Jennylyn Mercado, and Marian Rivera.

She also added that although she’s known to the network, she feels no pressure at all. She stated, “Masaya kasi kahit sobrang bago lang ako, magaan na ‘yung pakiramdam ko.”

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