Bagong Umaga actress Michelle Vito revealed why she stayed with ABS-CBN even after its shutdown. In an exclusive interview, Michelle said that she didn’t want to leave the Kapamilya network.
Firstly, Michelle recounted her years with ABS-CBN, highlighting that she has been with the network since she was 13-years-old.
“Yeah, Ako syempre ang tagal ko na rin sa ABS. I think 13-years-old pa lang ako nandito na ko,” said Michelle.
Then, Michelle said that she wasn’t in a hurry in terms of her career, so there was no point for her to transfer networks.
“So, hindi din naman ako nasa point nung nagmamadali sa career ko. So there’s no point para lumipat ako,” said Michelle.
Michelle also highlighted that she owes a lot to the ABS-CBN network for building her career as an actress, adding that she loves the media giant.
“And, malaki yung utang na loob ko sa ABS. Mahal ko sila,” said Michelle.
Finally, Michelle said that she didn’t want to leave ABS-CBN. She highlighted that she didn’t want to add to ABS-CBN’s struggle during the shutdown, wherein many of its artists transferred to other networks.
“And, siguro ayokong dumagdag dun sa bigat nung nararamdaman nila nung time na yun na iniiwan sila. Ang daming nangyari tapos iiwan pa sila ng taong malapit sa kanila. So ayoko nang dumagdag dun,” said Michelle.
Earlier, Michelle revealed receiving offers of projects from other networks but chose to stay with ABS-CBN.
Michelle Vito appeared in many Kapamilya productions such as Aryana, Luv U, Wansapanatym, and The Greatest Love. Now she stars in the Kapamilya Teleserye, Bagong Umaga alongside Heaven Peralejo, Kiko Estrada, Tony Labrusca, Yves Flores, and Barbie Imperial.