Aiza Seguerra sees herself in Ryzza Mae Dizon

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Sunday, January 5, 2014

SINGER Aiza Seguerra is certain that "My Little Bossings" co-star Ryzza Mae Dizon will continue a successful run in the entertainment business.

During the press conference of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) movie, the former child star shared she can see herself in Ryzza when she was just starting in showbiz

"Nakikita ko ba ang sarili ko sa kaniya? Yes, mas matangkad nga lang ako konti nung bata ako. Pero sa pagiging actress, sobrang bibo ng batang ito and nakakatuwa," she said.


The "Be Careful with My Heart" actress added, "Naaliw din ako doon sa fact na kung paano sila Bosing sa akin before, nagagawa ko din 'yun sa kanya ngayon. Natuturuan ko din siya."

Aiza first appeared on television as a three-year old contestant in "Eat Bulaga's" Little Miss Philippines pageant.

She was then tapped by TAPE Incorporated, producer of the said show, to be part of the noon time variety program in 1987. From then on, she appeared in numerous movies featuring Tito and Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon. Aiza left the show in 1997.

Ryzza, 8, also joined the same competition and won in 2012. She is now the youngest television host of the program.

According to Aiza, the fact that Ryzza is being trained and mentored by TAPE, Tito, Vic, Joey and the whole "Eat Bulaga" family, is already a sign of big things to come.

"Kasi para sa akin, the fact lang na nasa poder siya ng TAPE office, nila sir Toni Tuviera and Tita Malou Choa-Fagar, malaking factor na agad 'yun e, boost 'yun. Maganda sila humubog ng tao, ng talent," she said.

She added that aside from the mentorship from seasoned hosts, Ryzza also gained a family that will last a lifetime in this changing business.

Aiza said, "We all know that all of these, fame and stardom, is temporary, but if si Ryzza, she will continue sa mentorship niya, magiging magaling siyang artista and i-explore pa niya yung talent niya, definitely magiging successful siya."

"Katulad nung nangyari sa akin, matagal na po akong hindi part ng 'Eat Bulaga,' pero pamilya parin ang turing nila," she ended.

Aiza and Ryzza both bagged acting trophies in the MMFF Awards Night. Aiza was named Best Supporting Actress of this year's festival while Ryzza took home the Best Child Performer award. (Sunnex)


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