Here’s Reason Why Toni Gonzaga Decided To Do Youtube Vlogging
TONI GONZAGA – ABS-CBN talent Toni Gonzaga revealed the reason why she entered the world of Youtube vlogging.
Kapamilya singer, actress, and tv host Toni Gonzaga is tagged as the country’s Ultimate Multimedia Star.
The 35-year old celebrity and her sister younger sister Alex Gonzaga are among the prominent personalities from the ABS-CBN network.
Gonzaga sisters are both great in acting and tv hosting and now, Toni Gonzaga recently joined her sister in Youtube vlogging.
In a previous article, Alex Gonzaga shared that she was the one who influenced her older sister to also make a vlog.
“Antagal ko siya na-influence actually pero one day sinabi niya, ‘Catherine, magba-vlog ako. May naisip na ako na konsepto,’” said Alex.
Based on a report from PUSH, Toni Gonzaga revealed the reason why she decided to join the world of vlogging.
During her interview with Cinema’s One Inside the Cinema, she expressed that she wants to grow as an artist.
“Na-realize ko as you grow older in the business you can’t just limit yourself. You cannot put fences around you na hanggang dito lang ako kasi feeling ko when you limit yourself parang you don’t give yourself the opportunity to grow and expand,” said Toni.
According to the report, Toni Gonzaga’s sister Alex who was also present at the interview added that Toni also needs to grow with her audience.
“Ate alam mo kung hindi ka mag-evolve with your audience, maiiwan ka, so ‘yun,” said Alex.
As of this writing, the Ultimate Multimedia Star has 959,325 subscribers on her Youtube channel.
Netizens expressed their reaction to the interview of the Gonzaga sisters. Here are some of their comments on the video:
@Brethren Maniquez: “Alex has a very big point”
@Clarence Ebuenga: “I really thought Alex didn’t want her sis to have one… I thought it was a competition.”
@Zukushishi Romulo: “Thank you Alex for convincing your ate to vlog. Mahirap talaga for an introvert na maconvinced.”
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