- Francine Diaz revealed that she had a “third eye” when she was still young
- The Kapamilya actress said that she used to see things and scenes that are very difficult to explain
- She attributed this to her “third eye,” which the actress said is very much wide open during that time
- The actress said it’s a good thing her “third eye” is now closed because at least, she has stopped seeing and feeling the presence of lost souls, spirits, and other elements
Kapamilya young actress Francine Diaz has revealed that in the past, there were lots of times that she sees things and scenes that are difficult to explain.
According to the actress, she has a “third eye” when she was young and it is wide open, causing her to get nervous and afraid.
She explained that her “third eye” eventually closed, which also put a stop to instances where she can see and feel the presence of lost souls, spirits, and other elements.
“Kasi dati hindi ko alam kung naniniwala kayo, pero dati kasi may third eye ako pero buti ngayon wala na siya, closed na,” Francine said.
As a result, her fears also abated.
“Kaya yung takot ko nabawasan na siya kahit paano pero nandu’n pa din mga 98%,” Francine revealed in an interview.
The actress talked about having a “third eye” when the topic dwelt on the challenge that she faced as the main character in “Tenement 66,” a suspense-thriller flick, where Francine worked alongside Francis Magundayao and Noel Comia.
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Francine Carrel Saenz Diaz, more popularly known as Francine Diaz, is a Pinay actress and product endorser. She was born on January 27, 2004. Francine started acting a variety of TV series, which include, The Blood Sisters, We Will Survive, Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin, and Be My Lady. The actress rose to fame and became a household name when she portrayed the role of Cassandra Mondragon in Kadenang Ginto.
Like many other newbies in the entertainment industry, Francine also had her share of bashers who call out various things about her. However, the actress said that she doesn’t care if there are many netizens bashing her. The actress said she’s not active on social media anyway so she doesn’t get affected that much. She said that she only goes online if she needs to promote something like her new anthology series titled “Click, Like, Share,” or if she wanted to greet a friend. Francine also said that she’s extra careful about clicking “like” or reacting on social media posts.
Francine is also one of those who is not ashamed of her financially troubled past. During a previous interview, the actress said that she approached Melai Cantiveros to borrow money to pay for their electricity bill. This was revealed in the show, “Magandang Buhay,” where Francine was one of the guests. Guest host Robi Domingo inquired how Melai met Francine and asked her whether she really paid for the latter's electricity bill when the young actress was just starting out. The generous celebrity mom downplayed her good deed and opined that it was not really a big deal. However, her co-host Karla Estrada said that Melai's act of generosity is important and inquired why helping other people is essential to her.
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