Pia Wurtzbach went down memory lane of her early acting career last Saturday, September 11.
This caught the attention of the beauty queen and actress, suddenly recalling her then-amateur acting abilities.
Moreover, Pia told the netizen,
“Yes!!! […] Hirap na hirap akong patuluin luha ko [diyan kasi] ‘di naman ako marunong […]. So, ‘yan na lang. Confused look. Charaught!”
Some netizens were entertained by Pia’s response, with one asking if she would do a teleserye soon.
On the other hand, others went back into her past acting stints while one added, in jest, that she deserves a Best Actress award.
Pia’s early acting credits before entering pageantry include All My Life, All About Love, and an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya, among others.
In 2015, she triumphed at the Miss Universe 2015 pageant, with her coronation being infamous in the event’s history.
At the end of the show, host Steve Harvey mistakenly announced Colombia’s Ariadna Gutiérrez as the titleholder.
Harvey, then, retracted his announcement, saying he misread the results, ultimately declaring Pia as the winner.
Since her victory, Pia ventured into hosting and returned to acting.
She currently hosts the travel show Pia’s Postcards and has hosted the dance competition World of Dance Philippines.
She has also starred in the Vice Ganda film Gandarrapido: The Revenger Squad.
Her recent acting credit was in the film My Perfect You where she starred alongside Gerald Anderson.
What do you think of Pia’s acting in Kung Ako Na Lang Sana? What about her recent acting credits? Can you compare both and see how she has improved?
Kobe Adam Joshua Laurena is a writer who loves to tell stories from the perspectives of different people and everyday life. Apart from the pen, he loves to pick up the lipstick to transform into his frustrated drag persona: Anita Good Lovin’. He aspires to combine his love for writing and drag by creating a novel, short story, or screenplay about local drag queens in the future. He also has an obsession with sitcoms, women’s pro-wrestling, and Funko Pops.