- Nadine Lustre shared with the press how she started her showbiz career in the entertainment industry.
- She discovered that she had passion for performing onstage.
- She revealed the actors’ names to whom she wants to work with apart from James Reid.
In a press conference hosted by Viva Entertainment on May 3, Nadine Lustre revealed how she started in showbiz and she chose to remain humble even if she’s now the 67th FAMAS Best Actress winner for her film Never not to Love You.
She started as a seven-year-old host for a children’s oriented program on RPN titled Storyland.
Since then, she was later introduced via TV commercials that led her closer to the limelight.
When she turned 15, she became a member of Viva’s all-girl group called Pop Girls. They used to sing and dance with their original songs and their most popular was Crazy Crazy.
The actress then discovered her passion in performing onstage as she said she always felt a different kind of adrenaline rush.
Having no recent projects with James Reid,she is currently working on an album.
“Music po talaga yung gusto kong isabay habang umaarte sa mga pelikula kasi first love ko po yung performing,” Lustre shared.
She was asked about her thoughts on being the next Darna, she said that she’s open tp doing the role but portraying it may not be easy.
“Yung training po kasi nun since nakapag-usap po kami ni Liza last year, mahirap po talaga yung training. Hindi po siya madali,” explained the current FAMAS best actress.
When asked about whom she wants to work with apart from Reid, she revealed that it she’d like to be paired with Robin Padilla since she dreamed of becoming an action star like Padilla.
If given the chance, she also wants to work with JM de Guzman.
“Parang gusto ko pong makatrabaho si JM de Guzman kase nung napanuod ko po yung ‘That thing called Tadhana’ dalang dala po ako ng movie na yun e,sobra,” Nadine revealed.
Lustre is currently working with Sam Concepcion for a dance movie titled Indak.
She also has a guest role portraying as Mariang Makiling for James Reid‘s Pedro Penduko movie.