Liza Soberano Shrugs Off Online BashersABS-CBN's up and coming star Liza Soberano just shrugged off her online bashers. Although she has one of the loveliest faces in showbiz, Liza is often the third party in Kathryn Bernardo's and Daniel Padilla's projects.
Liza's worst basher said he/she can kill Liza because of going between the teen royalties. Liza doesn't mind these threats because the fans are usually nice in person.
She also reads comments about her on the Internet, but she stops herself from replying or defending herself. She did reply to one question that asked if she's part of KathNiel's new movie, "She's Dating The Gangster."
No, Liza is not a part of the said movie.
She is not traumatized by being the third party in most of KathNiel's projects though. "Wala naman po, kasi work is work naman po. Wala naman po silang magagawa kung kami ang pinagsama."
She is not afraid to be typecasted as the third party in her projects because she doesn't play the usual contrabida roles as mistresses. In "Must Be Love," she was Daniel's first girlfriend while in "She's The One," she plays Enrique Gil's character's bestfriend.
In the top-rating teleserye "Got To Believe," Liza's character was unaware that Daniel already has a girlfriend. "Hindi po ako kontrabida na kontrabida, parang pampagulo lang."
Liza said she is not entertaining any suitors right now since her aunt wouldn't allow it. Liza's parents are in the United States.
She was linked briefly to Enrique, but Liza said she doesn't even give her number to boys. There is no one who attempted to pursue her too.
"At saka, wala po yung nagsasabing may crush sila or something."
Liza said she will only be allowed to entertain boys once she's 20 or 21 years old. She can be friends with the boys though.
Ogie Diaz, her manager, always reminds her to focus on her career first. He's like a father to her, she added.
What Liza really wanted was to be a model like in "America's Next Top Model." At only 16 years old, Liza is already 5'6" in height.
Does she plan to be a part of Bb. Pilipinas? "No," Liza said, adding that she doesn't want to join competitions since she wants high-end fashion and not "pa-tweetums."
Liza was born and raised in the United States, but she was able to learn Tagalog easily.