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Jimuel Pacquiao Wishes To Work With These Two Very Famous And Gorgeous Actress

Who would not want to work with the biggest stars in the showbiz industry?

It’s pretty sure that some of us dreamed of being able to do a project with our idols.

But even famous ones want to work with some of the biggest stars.



As we all know, Jimuel Pacquiao is one of the children of Sen. Manny Pacquiao.


He independently rose to fame in his own ways.

Jimuel wanted to continue the legacy of his father and as a matter of fact, he already won boxing competitions.



Aside from this, he also entered the life of showbiz.

“I’m very happy ‘cause ever since din, I got interested in acting. So I’m very, very happy naman na I’m part of Star Magic now,” 

Jimuel finally signed a contract with ABS-CBN Star Magic that he really thanked for such an opportunity.




He shared that he is happy and more than thankful.

The new celebrity also said that he wants to try new things as he likes doing so.

Jimuel revealed that he is into acting.



“Sa ngayon, it’s just mostly studying acting. And siguro dance and acting workshops here and there para slow and steady. In the past, it was mostly just in school.”

“Like I’ve done acting in school like presenting in front of the high school theater class. And also with the dance class. So yeah, I performed a few times like in school lang din mostly ganu’n.

“Or special occasions.”



When asked who he wants to work with among the Kapamilya actresses, Jimuel proudly answered the two of the biggest stars.

Jimuel answered Liza Soberano and Kathryn Bernardo on who he described as like a dream.




“That would be like a dream. Kasi they’re just really very good.

“And they’re very beautiful also. So it would be like an honor even just in a scene with them. It’d be nice.”

It turns out that his parents are more supportive of him to be in showbiz than into boxing.

What can you say?


Written by AdMiN

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