- Judy Ann Santos cried buckets of tears when she found out that she would not be playing the role of a mermaid
- The premier actress was heartbroken since she did not bag the role in "Dyesebel"
- She admitted that even when she was small, she already dreamed of playing a role for a mermaid movie
- She recalled the iconic movie "Dyesebel," where Alice Dixson was the main artist
If there is one thing that Judy Ann Santos really wanted, but was not yet able to achieve, it is the role of a mermaid in the movie "Dyesebel."
The actress narrated how she really dreamt of being a mermaid for the movie, but unfortunately, it did not happen.
She narrated though that her body measurements were taken for the costume, but it was only because they were not able to take the body measurements of the little "Dyesebel."
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Her dream of becoming a mermaid was clearly dashed.
"Ang kwento niyan, kaya ko gusto magsirena nu’ng bata ako, nu’ng ginagawa namin ‘yung ‘Dyesebel’ ni Alice Dixson, sinukatan ako ng buntot. Ilang taon lang ako noon, kaedad ko lang siguro si Lucho (anak nila ni Ryan Agoncillo), mga eight years old," said Juday.
"‘Yun pala sinukatan lang ako kasi hindi nila masukatan ‘yung little Dyesebel ng buntot kaya ako ‘yung ginamit nila,” she further added.
Juday said this during an interview with G3 San Diego.
Judy Anne Lumagui Santos-Agoncillo, better known as Judy Ann Santos, is a Filipino actress, television host, recording artist, film producer, author, and restaurateur. She was born on born May 11, 1978 and started her showbiz career as a child actress and made her professional television debut in Kaming Mga Ulila before her screen debut in the film Silang Mga Sisiw Sa Lansangan, where she appeared as part of the ensemble playing a supporting role. Her role in Maria Clara propelled her to fame.
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