ABS-CBN child stars reveal usual bilin of parents

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Aside from being part of Goin' Bulilit, these child stars are all endorsers of MooseGear.

(L-R) Mitch Naco, Josh de Guzman, Jana Agoncillo, Marco Masa, Ashley Sarmiento, and Marc Santiago,


Children are usually trained by their parents to be pleasant at all times.

Before leaving the house, moms and dads usually have bilin.

Is there any difference if the child is a celebrity and is going to a shoot?

At the launch of MooseGear Kids' endorsers, we asked six ABS-CBN child stars, "Ano ang sinabi ni mommy o daddy bago nagpunta sa event?"

We Will Survive's Josh de Guzman: “Sinasabi po sa akin ni Mama, palaging makikinig sa director, galingan, at maging friendly sa mga artista.” 

Nathaniel's Marco Masa: “Maging behave po at saka po sumunod sa director. Aralin po nang maige ang script.” 

Dolce Amore's Marc Santiago:  “Maging friendly po sa mga kaibigan, wag pong makikipag-away.”

Flordeliza's Ashley Sarmiento: “Unahin muna po ang pag-aaral kesa sa pag-aartista. Kasi po, ang pag-aartista, puwede pa po ‘yang gawin kesa sa paglaki namin.”

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Team Yey’s Mitch Naco: “Ang sinasabi po sa akin ni Mama, do your best palagi. Kapag hindi ka man natanggap, at least, alam mong ginawa mo yung best mo.”

Dream Dad's Jana Agoncillo: “Sa akin po, same answer rin po kay Ashley, pero yung sinasabi po sa akin ni Mommy, noong first time ko lang po sa Goin’ Bulilit, sabi po niya, kung merong mga away raw po, wag daw po akong sumali.

“At saka, unahin ko raw pong mag-memorize ng script para mabilis po kaming matapos.

"At saka po, kung may kasalanan ka raw po at hindi mo naman talaga kasalanan, magso-sorry ka pa rin daw po.”

Since all of them are part of Goin’ Bulilit, an 11-year-old gag show featuring kids, do they ever fight?

Marc answered, “Wala po, lahat po kami sa Goin’ Bulilit, magkakaibigan po talaga.”

The MooseGear endorsers were launched last October 24, at 9501 Restaurant, ELJ Communications Center, Quezon City.


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