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‘Centerstage’ host Alden Richard finds different kind of happiness in performing

He wants young contestants to be inspired and motivated even after joining the competition.

  • Alden Richards likes to explore other things that he can do in showbiz
  • When it comes to performing, it gives him a different kind of happiness.

Alden Richards is set to host GMA Network’s newest musical competition ‘Centerstage’. During the media conference for the show, Alden explained that he finds a different kind of fulfillment in performing.

“Pero sa akin bilang aktor, kapag nakagawa po ako ng isang bagay na hindi po akong comfortable gawin especially ito pong mga past concert ko parang ang sarap sa pakiramdam may ibang fulfilment yung performing,” he said



He also likes to explore other things that he can do in showbiz.

“Ang sarap mag-explore ng iba’t ibang pwedeng gawin dito sa showbiz. Ang buhay po ng mga artista sobrang makulay ‘very colorful’. There are a lot of opportunities na pwedeng mafulfill with it.

“But in performing, ibang ligaya po ang binibigay sa akin kaya siguro kaya po na ulit  ko yung concert ko before, nakadalawa po tayo sa awa ng Diyos.”

As one of the hosts of ‘Centerstage’, he wants young contestants to be inspired and motivated even after joining the competition.

Centerstage is a musical competition of GMA Network that will gather young aspiring performers aged 7 to 12 years old nationwide. With Pops Fernandez, Aicelle Santos, and Mel Villlena as the judges and Bentong Sumaya as Alden’s co-host. Centerstage is set to air every Sunday starting February 16.

Written by Rhelyn Harder

An open-minded person who seeks to inspire readers through writing. She believes that having the freedom and courage to express oneself is an opportunity to influence others.

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