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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Nov 20, 2010

Shalani Soledad open to constructive criticism

AFTER TWO weeks of co-hosting “Willing-Willie”, Shalani Soledad is now more at home in front of the camera. She’s aware some folks criticized her hosting as lacking in energy and even made fun of how she dresses up, but she doesn’t mind. “I want to have an open mind and accept constructive criticism as I will learn from them,” she says. “I’m aware I’m that good yet as a host and I have yet a lot to learn to improve my hosting and myself.”

How’s it working with Willie? “He’s okay. I admire his dedication and passion to his work.”

What’s the possibility of romance blooming between them? “Willie told me not to fall in love with him and I bear that in mind. Madali naman akong kausap. Everything is just on a professional level.”

And how is it being with the Kapatid Network? “Masaya kasi masaya dito sa TV5, the happy network. I want to have a nice and long relationship with TV5 and I’d like to thank Mr. Manny Pangilinan and the entire management for taking good care of me.”

And how about Pres. Noy said to have a new romance in Liz Uy? “I wish them all the best. Yun lang.”