Cherie Gil shares that she sold her car amid COVID-19 crisis

Cherie Gil shares that she sold her car amid COVID-19 crisis

- Award-winning star Cherie Gil gave some updates about her life amid the pandemic

- She shared that she recently sold her car after realizing that she does not need much in life

- The actress said that eventually, she has been getting used to the changes around her

- She also began her online master class to share her skills and experiences as an actress

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Award-winning actress Cherie Gil admitted that her lifestyle changed due to the pandemic crisis.

KAMI learned that the actress even sold her car after realizing that she does not need much in life.

Cherie Gil details struggles and admits selling own car amid COVID-19 crisis

Cherie Gil (Photo from Getty Images)
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In an interview with GMA Public Affairs’ “Bright Side”, Cherie shared that she decided to let go of one of her cars because she does not leave the house that much anymore.

"All of us are in the same storm, kanya-kanyang barko nga lang. And then of course, the lifestyle changed. You realize that you don't need much," Cherie said.

"In fact kakabenta ko nga lang ng isang kotse. I said, 'That's it, I don't really need cars, I don't go anywhere,'” she added.

She also shared that somehow, she is getting used to the changes that have been happening around her.

"Somehow there's a part of me na after all the time na parang nagse-settle na ako, na-e-enjoy ko na at marami na akong nadi-discover about myself," she said.

Cherie also started her online master class to share her experiences as an actress in the industry. Celebrities like Barbie Forteza and Chynna Ortaleza also joined her master class.

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Cherie Gil is a multi-awarded film and TV actress. She was best known for her role as Lavinia Arguelles in "Bituing Walang Ningning".

Earlier, Cherie shared a list of proper etiquette for actors while on the set. She also said that she does not like to be called “tita” by someone unless they are blood-related or close to her.

The actress also defended Jose Manalo after he was chosen to be a judge on StarStruck last year.

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