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Judy Ann Santos in Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala

By Isah V. Red | Jun. 10, 2013 at 06:01pm
She is having mixed emotions about the premiere of her much-awaited comeback series  on ABS-CBN.

“I’m nervous and excited at the same time. I’m really flattered to be given this kind of project, and I’m very thankful to ABS-CBN because they have been supporting me and giving me wonderful projects for the longest time,” says Judy Ann Santos.

Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo is back on Primetime Bida


According to the actress, she did not think twice in accepting the project as her comeback because of its beautiful and extraordinary story.

“The story of Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala is about women empowerment. It fights for the rights of women and shows the strength of every human to fight for the principles that they believe in,” she says.

Judy Ann, dubbed “Queen of Pinoy Soap Opera,” intimates that after all the drama series that she has made, the only thing that she considers as her key to success is her love for her craft.

“For me, there is no real secret on how to maintain your status in show business. If you love what you’re doing and if you love and respect the people you’re working with, the support of the people for you would never fade,” Judy Ann shares.

As part of ABS-CBN’s celebration of 60 years of Philippine Television, Huwag Ka Lang Mawawalais the story of Anesssa Panaligan (Judy Ann), a strong woman and a loving daughter who will do everything for the sake of her family. Amid all the trials that she is facing, Anessa meets and falls in love with Eros Diomedes (Sam Milby), a rich young man who turns her life into a nightmare.

Completing the powerhouse cast are KC Concepcion, John Estrada, Tirso Cruz III, Coney Reyes, Susan Africa, Mylene Dizon, Matet de Leon, Empress, Bryan Termulo, and Joseph Marco.

 
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