With multiple projects lined up during the pandemic, Vivoree Esclito reacts to her ‘in-demand status’ as a Kapamilya artist.
In the media conference for the series He’s Into Her, Esclito said that the Rise Artists Studio management saw her hunger to showcase her talent.
“Yung management, I think, parang siguro nakikita nila na may parang hunger ako to showcase naman hindi lang yung acting, pero yung performance na kaya kong ibigay kahit papaano, di ba? Wala, I feel very grateful and blessed talaga to have these shows.”
She is also excited and happy to inspire people amid the pandemic and considers the projects she received as blessings.
“So, it’s blessing din for me na may work, of course. And I’m so very excited and happy na I’m able to inspire people in the middle of the pandemic. Na nasho-showcase ko yung kung anong meron ako sa kanila.”
As for her latest project, Esclito said she’s happy and excited that their generation gets a representation through the series.
“I am an avid fan of teleserye ng ABS-CBN. So the fact na, may representation yung generation namin ngayon. Which is He’s Into Her, sobrang excited and happy ako for everyone.”
During the Pandemic, she starred in projects such as the series, Hello Stranger and Hello Stranger: The Movie.
She also joined the third season of ABS-CBN’s Your Face Sounds Familiar.
Soon, she will star in the adaptation of Maxinejiji’s Precious Pages-LIB novel He’s Into Her.
The novel-turned-series also stars rising Kapamilya artists Jeremiah Lisbo, Kaori Oinuma, Rhys Eugenio, Joao Constancia, Criza Taa, Ashley Del Mundo, Gello Marquez, and more.
Chad Vidanes directs the series and premieres on May 28 (Friday) via iWanTFC and premieres on May 30 (Sunday) on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, and on Kapamilya Online Live via the YouTube channel and facebook page of ABS-CBN Entertainment.