After signing another two-year contract with ABS-CBN, Sarah Geronimo confirms that she won’t be part of the new season of The Voice Kids anymore in which she sits as voice coach.
“That’s right!” she says. “Honestly, I’d like to go back to ASAP. I miss performing and doing production numbers. It’s been awhile already. This time, I want to concentrate on my growth as an artist.”
According to the Pop Princess, being a voice coach is very delicate task.
“It really involves role-playing. You should sound with conviction as if you’re already an authority or expert in the field, especially when you air your opinion. Your protégé will accept whatever you say as Gospel truth. It is in this area where I still hesitate. I feel I’m not that flawlessly expert yet!”
But fans should not worry.
“There’s a huge possibility that I will be back in the future seasons of the show if they still want to get me as voice coach. I’m not totally closing my doors on such eventuality. For one, I enjoyed the experience. It’s fun and unforgettable especially that you bring out the best from a kid. That’s the best part!”
Many of her followers are asking when she will do another soap opera.
“Oh, definitely, a soap is not my priority at this point,” Sarah avers. “I will get tired if ever, especially my voice. It’s a daily thing and tapings can get very exhausting. What I want to do is a movie. I like a good material, the type that I’ll really fall in love with the character and get inspired to breathe life to it.”
Speaking of screen roles, there are talks circulating that she might be the Kapamilya’s
“I’m not really keen on playing the part. I know many speculated after seeing me in a recent production number in ASAP where I was clad in a super heroine costume. But for clarity, no, I’m not the latest Darna. I feel I’m not cut for it. It’s not for me!”
Lastly, the charming lass is grateful to her mother network for the renewal of her contract.
“Yes, I want to thank the management for their continued belief in me. Our working relationship is great over the years. Rest assured that I will always give my best in every project they’ll assign to me,” ends Sarah.
Jasmine Curtis-Smith had a simple celebration on her 22nd birthday.
“Yes, we just had an intimate family dinner and I was busy taping for TV 5’s Panday. Yes! It was a working day for me, but in the evening, I was able to spend dinner with my folks and siblings,” she reveals.
Interestingly, what’s her birthday wish?
“To have continuous happiness as well as for the people who are dear to me. I also wish to not ever lose the attitude of gratitude. I believe that if you’re always thankful for all the blessings that come your way, God blesses you more.”
This is the reason why the pretty gal makes it a point to share her blessings in her own little way.
“I share it with family, friends or for a good cause like sponsoring kids for World Vision. It feels good,” states Jasmine.
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