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Vivoree Esclito thankful for her lead role in ‘Click, Like, Share’

‘Click, Like, Share’ actress Vivoree Esclito reveals why she has never been picky when it comes to playing small roles in the past.

Rhea Manila Santos

Twitter: @allaboutmanila


01/09/2022 10:11 AM
Vivoree Esclito thankful for her lead role in ‘Click, Like, Share’
Photo credit: @vivoree Instagram

As part of the new season of Click, Like, Share, Vivoree Esclito said she was excited when she found out she would be starring in the “QR Code” episode of the youth-oriented digital series.

“I play a female security guard at the mall named Ellie Ramos and yung story niya it revolves around isang lady guard. Yung trabaho niya since we’re in the new normal now, importante sa atin yung QR code before we enter any building or any establishment and then masisisante siya because of one incident. Kailangan niya maghanap ng bagong trabaho and kasama niya yung family niya dito na laging naka-suporta sa kanya,” she said during the Click, Like, Share mediacon last January 6. 

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After playing a supporting role in the recent Donbelle series He’s Into Her, Vivoree said she does not want to make a big deal out of playing the lead actress in Click, Like, Share.

“Lahat naman ng mga characters na nabibigay sa akin I’m grateful for kasi if you have a passion for acting talaga parang it doesn’t really matter that much kung ano yung characters na gagampanan mo basta meaningful and memorable yung experience man lang for you. Kasi dati talaga pangarap ko lang siya and wala akong masyadong projects before but now that I’m under Rise Artists Studio and Star Magic sobrang laki ng pasasalamat ko sa management ko for giving me the opportunity and to my supporters as well and my family and friends na lagi akong sinusuportahan. For the opportunity to be given a role na lead, sobrang grateful ako and I just want to do my best. And I just want to keep doing this for a long time din,” she admitted. 

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The former Pinoy Big Brother teen housemate also shared her experience on the set with director Andoy Ranay.

“Alam ni direk Andoy kung gaano kangarag yung character ko dito sobra. Physically and emotionally. Kasi ang dami niyang pinagdaanan and sobrang short period of time lang yung shooting namin. Talagang we had to be collaborative and talagang gawin yung best namin on set and we really had to know kung saan galing yung isang scene and sino ba talaga yung character. We have to know them very well. Fun siya kasi may pagka-comedy yung episode na ito and yung challenge dun yung ngarag na moments pero yung eksena mismo ngarag talaga si Ellie dito. Kahit na challenging siya fun pa rin siya at the same time. They helped and guided me throughout the scenes so I’m so grateful,” she recalled. 

For those who are looking forward to watching her episode, Vivoree shared the lesson they can get from her part in the series this year.

“Parang yung lesson here is there are people around us who are here to support us no matter what, lalo na sa mga pangarap natin or sa kung anong gusto natin ma-achieve in life. Parang hanggang saan mo sila kayang dalhin sa success mo in life? Kaya mo ba silang dalhin until the end or do you really need to leave them at some point just to reach your goals in life? Yun yung isa sa kailangan mong isipin while watching the episode and know the sacrifices you need to do in order to achieve your dreams,” she added. 

Click, Like, Share streams on iWantTFC starting January 12. With new episodes available every Wednesday, 8 pm