Megan Young feels that she is living her dream when it comes to her career, being an actress and a VJ at the same time. Aside from being part of the weekly sitcom M3 or Malay Mo Ma-develop, starring A
The young actress said that is a pleasure to work with seasoned actors Aga and AiAi, who now have become her friends. On the other hand, Megan said that she gets to have the opportunity to cater to a wider range of audience via Channel V, which is being shown within Asia and Australia. She also takes pride in saying that through the music channel, she is glad that local artists get featured on a certain segment.
Megan has also been part of the recently concluded teleserye Rubi where she played the younger sister of Jake Cuenca’s character. “It was fun but it was different in a way kasi ‘yung character ko mas bata, maligalig, kikay so iba siya sa dating roles na binibigay sa akin and it was fun naman,” she explained.
She also defended the said teleserye from criticisms that say the show was quite violent and sexy for viewers. “Not everything could be conservative. It’s not exaggerated (because) it’s true so hindi pwedeng kampante ka. It happens,” she reasoned out. Megan said that on another perspective, one could say that the show has reflected the other side of life. “Sa totoong buhay marami pang malalaking nangyayari. Ako in a way I guess many people might have said that it may trigger some people but ako ha, if they are gonna look at it in a different light, it could also mean na you’re making people aware lang of what is happening.”