Judy Ann Santos Advises Newbies To Stop "Diva" TendenciesMany of the young actresses today say they want to follow the footsteps of Judy Ann Santos in terms of her career and her longevity in the industry.
If there's one career advice Juday can tell them, it would be this: avoid being a diva because it gets you nowhere.
She's happy that they look up to her, so she thinks she might have done something right in her career. She can only advise them to enjoy the ride and not to step on anyone's toes.
"Iyon naman ang importante dun kasi, 'di bale nang may masabi ka sa kanila, huwag lang sila ang may masabi sa iyo."
It's nice to work in the industry if you don't have enemies. She wants people who worked with her to want to work with her again because it has been easy to be with her. She doesn't want them to look back and regret the moments they spent together on the set.
Being a diva doesn't help any celebrity, Juday said. It doesn't add to one's status in the industry.
In terms of her career and personal life, Juday said she's fulfilled and happy.
Meanwhile, Juday explained why she decided to take on the role in the horror film "T'yanak" even if she's already hosting two shows--"Bet On Your Baby" and "I Do."
Acting is her first love. She's really passionate about it. Hosting just entered her life in the last three or four years.
She's a very competent host, though, although this was something that Juday never thought she'll do well. She's naturally talkative but never to a point that she can entertain people with her wit.
With "Bet On Your Baby," it became natural for her to be affectionate to children because she's already a mother. With "I Do," she also gets affected by the issues the couple face because she, too, is in a growing relationship.
She just feels lucky to host shows that are close to her heart and that she knows something about. She's sure that she won't even be able to say anything if she's given a topic that is not familiar to her.
Her husband, Ryan Agoncillo, has been a host since he entered showbiz. Juday said she always takes advices from him such as preventing to say words like "okay" and alright."
Ryan advised her to be casual with her hosting stint, and to just enjoy the show.