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Famous Child Actress Is Set To Inherit 14 Houses In England From Her Father According To Her Mom

Five years in show business. That’s how long Xia Vigor has been in the industry. It’s literally half of her life. And things just keep on getting better for the 10-year-old kid.

British-Filipino child actress Xia Vigor, famously became known as the Grand Winner of the noontime variety show It’s Showtime’s Mini-Me 2.

Xia is reportedly from Exeter in the UK, however, she seems to be based in the Philippines.

Xia is now an official member of the Viva Entertainment family after signing an artist and movie con­tracts with Viva last January.

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Dur­ing her con­tract sign­ing, Xia was all ecstatic as she talked about her family life.

She’s accompanied by her mother and her elder brother who also got celebrity looks.

Despite her newfound success, Xia still talks humbly using po and opo in between her sentences and consistently said that her life doesn’t feel any different now that a lot of people already recognize her.

In fact, even when she’s at school, she said her classmates don’t treat her as someone special.

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Born in June 2009, Xia was the first grand winner of Its Showtime’s segment, “Mini-Me 2” as mini Selena Gomez. She was the main co-host of the noontime variety segment, “Xia and Kuys” with co-hosts Vhong Navarro and Billy Crawford. She rose to fame after joining Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids (season 1) and for impersonating American singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift.

At first, Xia said she’s been dreaming of becoming a weight lifter, then a salon girl but it turns out she does like more becoming a celebrity.

At the said interview with the child wonder, her mother revealed that Xia’s father owns 14 houses in England.

Apparently, Xia will inherit all those houses as per her mother.

Watch her interview below:

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