- Angel Locsin has returned to the Philippines from her vacation in Japan
- She's preparing for the live performances on Pilipinas Got Talent
- The actress has some words of advice for her co-judges
Angel Locsin had to cut short her vacation in Japan because the live shows for the talent show Pilipinas Got Talent will start on March 24.
After getting back into the country, ABS-CBN News caught up with Angel during the deliberations for the contestants who passed the auditions.
"Kailangan maghanda ang mga contestant kasi mas seryoso na ito talaga. Mas magagaling na yung mga makakaharap nila kaya kailangan magpakita sila ng kakaiba at pinaka-best na performance na maibibigay nila talaga," said Angel.
Recently, her disagreement with fellow judge Robin Padilla over the audition piece of the group Playgirls caused a stir on social media.
Angel said to ABS-CBN News that they respect all opinions of their fellow judges.
"Ganun naman talaga dapat kasi binigyan tayo dito ng oportunidad para mag-voice out ng mga opinyon. At kami namang apat, bukas naman kami kung ano ang opinyon ng isa, nirerespeto namin ang isa't isa," she said.
Angel stressed that she trusts the judgement of the other judges and she respects their differences.
"Mahal na mahal ko ang mga kapwa judges ko. Alam namin na mahalaga kami sa isa't isa, hindi kami nagbabastusan. Pero siguro siniseryoso lang namin ang ginagawa talaga," she added.
Angel added that she will not shy away from voicing her principles and opinions on the show.
"May kanya-kanya naman tayong utak at karapatan nating magsalita kung ano ang gusto natin, karapatan nating maghayag ng opinyon natin as long as hindi tayo makakasakit ng kapwa,"
Pilipinas Got Talent is on its sixth season. It airs every Saturday and Sunday on ABS-CBN.
The judges are Robin Padilla, Vice Ganda, Angel Locsin, and Freddie M. Garcia.
It is hosted by Billy Crawford and Toni Gonzaga.
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