Maine Mendoza fondly recalls lackluster Eat Bulaga audition last year

Maine Mendoza fondly remembers the day she auditioned for Eat Bulaga exactly a year ago, June 19, 2015. On her Instagram post, she recounts how nerve-wracking her experience was, and how seemingly uneventful she thought it would be due to her lackluster performance. But as fate would have it, history proved her wrong. 

 


Ipinagdiriwang ngayon ni Maine Mendoza ang unang anibersaryo ng kanyang pag-audition sa Eat Bulaga.

Isang taon na pala ang nakaraan mula noong tumuntong siya sa studio ng Eat Bulaga sa Broadway Centrum noong June 19, 2015.

Sa pamamagitan ng kanyang Instagram account, binalikan ni Maine ang mga pangyayari noong araw na iyon noong mag-audition siya.

Kuwento niya, “It was this time last year when I first set my foot on Broadway Centrum. June 19, 2015 was the day I auditioned for Eat Bulaga.

“I can still remember how nervous and timid I was as I stand in the middle of the stage, facing the camera,” bungad ang sikat na actress-host.

Binanggit pa ni Maine kung paano niya nalampasan ang audition na iyon dahil hindi siya handa, kumpara sa kanyang mga kasabayan noong araw na iyon.

Binanggit din niya na isang executive ng nasabing noontime show ang inilarawan siya bilang “walang kalatuy-latoy.”

“It's been a year but I still wonder how I was able to survive that audition unprepared. People who tried out their luck along with me that day were all psyched-up and had everything prepared; and then there I was, as Ma'am Jenny would describe it, 'Walang kalatuy-latoy.'”

Lahad pa ng binansagang Yaya Dub, “Those who have seen my audition video could tell that there was nothing striking in me when I stood up on that stage–aside from my big red lips that took people's attention–there was clearly nothing more.

“I mustered an ounce of confidence to act like a crazy woman when I was asked to, thinking that would be the only way to get a chance to pass the audition. I was able to do it but I knew I did it horribly.”

Sabi pa ni Maine, hindi na siya umasa na tatawagin pa siya.

“I was discouraged and I already knew right there and then that I lost my chance.

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“Still, I was holding onto this little possibility that they'd call me back, also thinking that even if they don't, I am glad and proud that I did not let this opportunity pass me by. I went home with a smile on my face, gave myself a pat on the back and told myself 'At least you tried.'"

It was this time last year when I first set my foot on Broadway Centrum. June 19, 2015 was the day I auditioned for Eat Bulaga. I can still remember how nervous and timid I was as I stand in the middle of the stage, facing the camera. It's been a year but I still wonder how I was able to survive that audition unprepared. People who tried out their luck along with me that day were all psyched-up and had everything prepared; and then there I was, as Ma'am Jenny would describe it, "Walang kalatuy-latoy". Those who have seen my audition video could tell that there was nothing striking in me when I stood up on that stage–aside from my big red lips that took people's attention–there was clearly nothing more. I mustered an ounce of confidence to act like a crazy woman when I was asked to, thinking that would be the only way to get a chance to pass the audition. I was able to do it but I knew I did it horribly. I was discouraged and I already knew right there and then that I lost my chance. Still, I was holding onto this little possibility that they'd call me back, also thinking that even if they don't, I am glad and proud that I did not let this opportunity pass me by. I went home with a smile on my face, gave myself a pat on the back and told myself "At least you tried." ????

A photo posted by Maine Mendoza (@mainedcm) on


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