- Ogie Diaz took to social media to commend Zaijian Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat
- The talent manager praised the young Kapamilya stars’ performance in “Senior High”
- As per Ogie, Zaijian and Xyriel’s “confrontation scene” in the said show was indeed excellent
- Mama Ogs also stressed that the former child stars are already great at acting since they were kids
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Zaijian Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat recently gained praise from talent manager Ogie Diaz.
On Instagram Stories, Ogie penned a post lauding the young Kapamilya stars’ acting skills.
Mama Ogs commended the two’s performance during their trending “confrontation scene” in the series “Senior High.”
“Just wanna commend @zaigj and @xyrielmanabat_sa napakahusay na confrontation scene nila sa ‘Senior High’!”
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Furthermore, Ogie underscored that Zaijian and Xyriel are already great at acting since they were kids.
“No doubt, dahil mga bata pa lang yan, ang huhusay nang umarte talaga!” he stressed.
Ogie also included some hashtags that reads “#MayBukasPa,” “#100DaysToHeaven,” and “#Momay” — the titles of the former child stars’ past shows.
Watch Zaijian and Xyriel's viral scene below:
Ogie Diaz is an actor, comedian, entertainment reporter, and talent manager. He was known as “Pekto” in the popular TV sitcom, “Palibhasa Lalaki.” He is also behind the YouTube channel “Ogie Diaz Showbiz Update.” He became a successful talent manager and once handled the careers of Vice Ganda and Liza Soberano.
Recently, social media was abuzz with the tapik-acting workshop of Ogie. Now, the "It's Showtime" hosts also took up the challenge and subjected themselves to the workshop. In a video, Ogie was initially letting Jackie Gonzaga do the viral "Hayop ka, may araw ka rin" line. Thereafter, the other hosts took up the challenge, and the whole video of the "workshop" went viral.
In another post on the social media platform X, he expressed his dismay over those calling them as "fake news peddler." He said that they were able to report an item, which they said was not confirmed and hopefully not true. The comedian then asked if they would receive a medal in case what they reported turned out to be true. The comedian did not mention though what particular report he was talking about.
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