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Maureen Wrob reveals why she won’t join Miss Universe Philippines this year

New Star Magic artist and model Maureen Wrob talks about how to make her mark in showbiz.

BY
Rhea Manila Santos

Twitter: @allaboutmanila

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06/23/2021 09:46 AM
Maureen Wrob reveals why she won’t join Miss Universe Philippines this year
Photo Credit: @mauwrob Instagram

After winning Asia’s Next Top Model in 2017, model-turned-actress Maureen Wrob (Wroblewitz) said she is ready to be taken seriously in acting starting this year after officially becoming part of the Star Magic family.

“It’s so exciting. It’s such an honor. So the reason I chose Star Magic is I grew up watching TFC so all my favorite artists are with Star Magic. I always think that it is important to really stay humble and to be authentic in yourself in whatever industry. I showed it in Asia’s Next Top Model. I got to prove that I’m not just a pretty face and I have to do the same here. I really have to show that I love to do acting. I really want to improve and hone my skills and I’m excited to do that,” she shared during the Star Magic Black Pen Media Con last June 21. 

READ: Philippine representative Maureen Wroblewitz is ‘Asia's Next Top Model’ winner


After getting a taste of acting in 2019 film Biyaheng Broken Hearted, Maureen shared that she is also working on an upcoming movie project with Reality Entertainment.

“I actually did my first acting project without going through workshops and I really felt like I didn’t have the experience. I only did a few workshops with my onscreen partner but I did a workshop with direk Rahyan (Carlos) just last month. All the things I’ve learned from direk Rahyan, I’m so excited to do them,” she said.

READ: Maureen Wroblewitz asked: ‘Are you pregnant?’

Aside from acting, the 5’6” Fil-German actress also revealed that becoming a beauty queen is part of her plans even though it won’t be happening this year.

“Well I’ve always considered joining a pageant. As in my other old interviews I’ve said that I’ve always considered it and I’m not closing my doors. I did say that when I feel ready I would consider it, I think being in a pageant gives women a great platform to speak up to talk about what they believe in and their values so I would say why not? I’m just not so sure it because I heard this is the year you have the least preparation time and I really want to be ready if I do join,” she admitted.