Why Robi Domingo turned down an acting project?
Joyce Jimenez (Philstar.com) - November 11, 2015 - 11:13pm

MANILA, Philippines – Robi Domingo revealed that he turned down an acting project offered by Dreamscape, but decline to name the show.

“Pakiramdam ko parang ang hilaw pa ng acting skills ko,” he said explaining why he turned down the project, in an interview on Wednesday.

“Iniisip ko sana na kunin,” he added. “But I asked the help of my manager, Mr. Johnny Manahan and my handler Loulou Romero and sinabi nila na mag-focus muna sa ginagawa ko. Kasi ayoko ‘yong tipong maging Jack-of-all-trades, ‘yong i-try mo lahat pero paikot-ikot ka lang. Gusto ko isa kang master sa ginagawa mo.”

His last acting project was “Kahit Puso’y Masugatan” in 2012 with Andi Eigenmann.

The Kapamilya host also feels that he still has a lot to prove as an actor.

He’s even in awe that he’s nominated alongside Martin Nievera, Luiz Manzano, Billy Crawford and Wally Bayola in the upcoming PMPC Star Awards for TV.

“Everyday nilang ginagawa ang programa nila and ako for that nomination na isang beses sa isang linggo lang nakikita, it’s such an honor for me,” he said.

Although he lost an acting project, Robi is happy that his home network has granted one of his big dreams: to be a main host of a show.

He’ll be hosting the talent search show “Dance Kids” together with Alex Gonzaga.

“I’ve been really wanting this,” he said about the project. “I’ve waited all my life na mapunta sa main stage at binigay ng management ‘yon.”

The judges for the talent search show are Vhong Navarro, Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy and Andy Alviz. It’ll air starting November 14 at 6:15 p.m.

ACIRC ALEX GONZAGA ANDI EIGENMANN BILLY CRAWFORD AND WALLY BAYOLA BUT I DANCE KIDS KAHIT PUSO LOULOU ROMERO LUIZ MANZANO MARTIN NIEVERA MR. JOHNNY MANAHAN
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