Here’s what Catriona Gray said about her former musical variety show
The defunct show was produced by Brightlight Productions that is owned by former Negros Occidental representative Albee Benitez. Catriona worked with Piolo Pascual and Maja Salvador in the said show who were both came from ABS-CBN’s ASAP Natin ‘To.
The original hosts of SNL also included Donny Pangilinan and Jake Ejercito. It was directed by Johnny “Mr. M” Manahan, who also directed ASAP. When the show ended unexpectedly, Mr. M expressed disappointment as he said they were promised to have at least 2 cycles but it became just 1 cycle.
In a recent interview, Catriona Gray also admitted that she was disheartened when Sunday Noontime Live was discontinued, based on the article in The Philippine Star. “When ‘SNL’ was canceled, I was a little bit disheartened,” she said.
However, she said that she had a wonderful time working with the whole crew. She added that it has been her belief that if something did not turn out well, something better is coming her way.
“I know that when something doesn’t work out, usually, there’s something better waiting for you or a redirection from the universe for something better. So I just really kept that in my heart when that happened,” Catriona shared.
When the fourth Pinay Miss Universe was asked if she is willing to join the ASAP family, she said that whether it’s ABS-CBN or other networks, she would love to perform.
“Yeah, definitely. I am open. I enjoyed so much my experience performing and also performing with other people. It was a totally different experience for me because I’m quite new in those aspects… I’m always open to the opportunity to learn new things and to learn from other people,” Catriona Gray said.
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