Beauty queen-turned-actress Kylie Verzosa finally uploaded her first vlog where she answered questions from her fans and followers.
Kylie, who launched her YouTube channel last January 13, posted her "Q&A with me!" vlog entry on Thursday, February 4.
In one of the questions, Kylie was asked to choose between fame or riches.
"I think rich, kasi you could do a lot with riches," she said. "I mean, you can help other people with richness."
In response to a question from another fan who asked if she's addicted to shopping, Kylie said: "Sobrang hindi. Actually, kuripot nga ako, eh. Pero kapag bibigyan ko ng gifts 'yung iba, hindi ko iisipin 'yung presyo, ganyan. Pero kapag sa sarili ko, sobrang kuripot ako."
On whether she would consider living abroad, she answered: "Feeling ko hindi. Feeling ko dito ako sa Pilipinas. Siyempre, I do want to travel abroad, and marami na rin akong napuntahang countries. Nakaikot na rin ako dahil sa Miss International. Pero wala, eh. Para sa 'kin, Philippines is still home for me."
Kylie also shared the qualities that she finds most attractive in men.
"Kapag matalino sila, when they have a good sense of humor. Kapag nakakausap ko sila nang maayos. Gusto ko kasi 'yung marami kayong napapag-usapan, so medyo intellectual. And 'yung maalagaan ka niya," she said.
Meanwhile, when asked whether she has been cheated on, Kylie revealed: "I think, so. [laughs] Actually, oo. May nakita akong picture."
The former Miss International also explained why she chose mental health awareness as her personal advocacy.
"Kasi pinagdaanan ko rin 'yun. I went through depression five years ago, and I felt like I overcame something so big na I wanted it to be spoken about. And I always wondered, bakit hindi 'to napapag-usapan? Bakit hindi 'to alam ng mga kaibigan ko? Bakit wala masyadong resources online?" she said.
"When I wanted to join Binibining Pilipinas, I wanted to talk about mental health dahil okay lang na pag-usapan 'yung mga napagdaanan natin sa buhay, or 'yung mga failures natin, as long as we come out better. Or not even, as long as, even though we're still going through it, 'yung sinisikapan natin para maging mabuting tao," she added.
Kylie, 29, ended the vlog by sharing her advice to girls who doubt themselves.
"Don't compare yourself to others. You have your own journey, so try to focus on you, not on other people. That won't do anything. So the best that you can do is to keep on improving yourself mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually so that you become a better person," she said.
"Your worth is not defined by the things you do or the number of likes you get. It's what you do with your life, how you contribute to society. How you help other people. How you spend time with other people. How you love," she added.