Isabelle Daza shrugs off bashers over transfer to ABS-CBN
Chuck Smith (The Philippine Star) - December 1, 2014 - 10:32am
MANILA, Philippines - Isabelle Daza chooses to ignore netizens who criticizes her recent move to ABS-CBN from long-time network and deemed her “walang utang na loob.”
 
“There will always be haters. Kahit anong i-post mo, may kokontra. I think you just have to deal with it,” the 26-year-old actress said in an interview with ABS-CBN’s showbiz talk show “The Buzz" on Sunday. 
 
 
She added: “And one thing I learned from being in this industry, you can’t have all this love without any hate. It’s just a part of like. Shake it off.”
 
Isabelle, who was a co-host in GMA-7 noontime variety show “Eat Bulaga” for almost four years, said she has no contract with the program. 
 
“I didn’t have a contract but I was working there regularly for four years,” she added. “I think I (told) my co-workers na I was being offered with ABS-CBN and I was asking them what they think. Syempre, komportable na ako sa other network, sa 'Eat Bulaga.’ And every day may trabaho ako. Syempre, they were like family to me.”
 
Admitting that the network transfer was a difficult decision to make, Isabelle reiterated that she wants to “try something different.” She wants to focus on acting, the actress said, after concentrating on hosting in GMA-7.
 
“Syempre in ABS-CBN ang daming magaganda na actresses, singers, dancers so I want to challenge myself also,” she said.
 
Isabelle said she wants to work with Luis Manzano and Vhong Navarro now that she’s with the Kapamilya network.
 
But she will first work with Gerald Anderson in the upcoming ABS-CBN soap opera “Nathaniel,” slated to air early next year. 

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