Maine Mendoza looks up to her mentors in Eat Bulaga when it comes to hosting
Phenomenal Star Maine Mendoza shared the vital lesson she learned in hosting from her mentors in the longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga.
Maine, practically, started her showbiz career as a Dabarkad. Her stint as Yaya Dub in Kalyeserye with Alden Richards was a big hit and this has opened many doors of showbiz opportunities for her.
After five years of being part of the noontime show, she admitted that she still feels nervous on stage, based on the article in Inquirer. “Every time I do ‘Eat Bulaga,’ the nerves are still there. It’s as if I’m about to do it for the first time,” she said.
Now, she added a new hosting job in TV5’s talent search show PoPinoy with fellow Dabarkad Paolo Ballesteros. “You have to calm yourself down, because you have to face an audience and give your best,” she said regarding how she copes up with nervousness on stage.
Maine Mendoza also shared that hosting PoPinoy is more subdued. “It’s something different and less casual than ‘Bulaga!’ where we can just tumble or do splits anytime,” she said in jest. For the talent search show, she needs to be more formal.
However, she stressed that being more serious means being stiff. Then, she shared the important lesson she learned from her Eat Bulaga mentors when it comes to hosting.
“One thing my ‘Bulaga’ mentors always tell me is that I shouldn’t be afraid to play with the way I attack my hosting. The best moments come from candid and spontaneous moments. So I won’t hold back when it comes to expressing myself,” the Phenomenal Star said.
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