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Kaye Abad gets her biggest break in Two Wives: ‘Parang everything perfect talaga’

Kaye Abad also admits she declined offers to transfer to another network.

BY RHEA MANILA SANTOS

Twitter: @allaboutmanila

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10/11/2014 3:31 AM
Kaye Abad gets her biggest break in Two Wives: ‘Parang everything perfect talaga’


101114-kaye_main.jpgAs she prepares to play one of the lead roles in the local remake of the hit Korean drama series Two Wives, Kaye Abad admitted that she could not ask for anything more in her life right now both personally and professionally. “Sobrang pressure, kulang na lang ilagay ako sa pressure cooker (laughs). Sobrang pressured kasi unang una big break ko ito. Every night I always ask kung ano yung para sa akin, na lagi kong sinasabi sa kanya na hindi ako nagmamadali, willing ako maghintay as long as maganda yung project and masaya yung mga makakatrabaho ko okay ako dun. Tapos grabe parang too good to be true talaga yung nangyayari ngayon na ito talaga yung binigay sa akin. Happy ako sa love life, happy ako sa family. Parang everything perfect talaga so sabi ko nga parang natatakot ako bakit kaya ito binigay lahat. Sabi naman ni Paul Jake (Castillo), ‘Don’t say that. He gave you that because He thought that you’re the right person who can handle this well,'” she shared during the Two Wives grand presscon held last October 6 inside the ABS-CBN compound.

Kaye said her relationship with Paul Jake Castillo is doing good as well. “Bago pa lang kami pero matagal na kaming magkaibigan. Since 2011 pa sa Halina. Hindi ko naman siya ibo-boyfriend kung hindi ko nakikita yung sarili ko sa kanya,” she admitted.

Just like her role as a wife-turned-mistress Yvonne in Two Wives, Kaye said she is the kind of woman who will always fight for love. “Para sa akin kasi, pagmamahal talaga yung buo eh. Pag may pagmamahal, buo na yung karangalan mo, lahat ng pagkatao mo. For me yun yung seed at mag-go-grow lang yun. Pag boyfriend girlfriend kayo kasi kung sa tingin mo hindi na talaga nag-go-grow or wala ng pupuntahan, I think tama lang na tapusin na talaga. Pero that’s different pag mag-asawa na kayo eh. Pag may anak plus may sumpaan na kayo na sa hirap at ginhawa. So I think ‘pag mag-asawa na nandun na yung ita-try niyo talaga mag-work yung relationship and I think pag napaga-desisyonan niyo na talagat na wala na, wala na. Pero siyempre kung sa akin oo naman, kung asawa ko at sa tingin ko mahal naman ako at naakit lang sa iba, ipaglalaban ko din naman. Magpapa-sexy ako lalo (laughs),” she joked.

But even if she will fight for her love, Kaye said she is not afraid to let go either. “For me kung yung partner ko magiging unfaithful hindi naman ako magpapaka-martir. Kasi once na nagawa niyang mangbabae, paulit-ulit so pag ganun goodbye na. and alam niya yun. It’s a cycle kung paulit-ulit,” she shared. When it comes to walking down the aisle, the 32-year-old actress said it is not in her plans yet since she is in a fairly new relationship. 

After more than 20 years in showbiz since joining Ang TV in 1993, Kaye says she has never thought about moving to a different network to get more projects. She admitted she did receive offers which she turned down. “Matagal na yun. It was before pa, Angelito days pa pero hindi siya natuloy. Loyal ako. Very loyal. And I’m very happy naman sa binibigay ng  ABS-CBN sa akin. Maaaring hindi sunod-sunod pero lahat ng binibigay nilang projects sa akin very promising, magaganda yung roles at challenging lahat so wala akong reklamo,” she said.

Watch Kaye Abad, Jason Abalos, Patrick Garcia, and Erich Gonzales in Philippine adaptation of the hit Korean drama series Two Wives starting October 13, Monday on Primetime Bida weekdays on ABS-CBN