Vivoree Esclito, a Kapamilya artist, admits on December 4 that she is used to being left behind.
Esclito discussed her experience of being abandoned by a friend or a relationship at Tara G’s media conference, which LionhearTV covered.
The young artist said, “Ito totoo na talaga ‘to. Oo naman siyempre, naiwan na ako sa ere. Pero sanay na kasi ako eh. Ilang beses na so– parang kung iniwan–may mang-iwan ulit sa akin, Okay, Bye.”
She cited how she copes with the emotional impact when someone leaves her behind; she has learned how to hide the pain.
As for her role in the series, Esclito asserted her realizations about people and their shortcomings.
“Ang masasabi ko lang, actually ang dami ko talagang learnings dito sa Tara G, madami po talaga akong learnings pero one thing na sasabihin ko is lahat tayo may shortcomings talaga. Lahat tayo may pagkukulang, bilang isang kaibigan, bilang isang anak, bilang isang nanay, tatay, kapatid, di ba? Madami talaga tayong shortcomings kasi tao lang naman tayo.”
Despite these flaws, she believes that people should learn to forgive and understand one another.
“Ang importante diyan, is marunong tayong mag patawad, at marunong tayong umintindi and at the same time, siyempre, you should meet halfway. Hindi naman pwedeng ‘yung isang tao lang ‘yung pwedeng nag-eeffort, dapat talaga pareho kayong nag-eeffort, para you know– the more the merrier.”
Among the Kapamilya talents who appear in Tara G, are Vivoree Esclito, Daniela Stranner, Kaori Oinuma, Zachary Castañeda, Anthony Jennings, CJ Salonga, and JC Alcantara.
Directed by Cathy Camarillo, ‘Tara G’ streams its season finale this Friday (December 9) at 8 PM (Manila time) via the iWantTFC app.