Mahal ko kayo! –Drew Barrymore

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DUMALO si Drew Barrymore nitong Lunes sa premiere sa Megamall ng second season ng kanyang Netflix show na Santa Clarita Diet. Sabi ng Hollywood superstar, “I will cherish my visit to the Philippines forever” dahil obvious na na-overwhelm siya sa warm welcome sa kanya ng mga kababayan natin.


Kasama ni Drew ang kanyang leading man na si Timothy Olyphant, na tumulong sa kanya sa pagsasalita ng Tagalog.
Habang iniinterbyu ng local media, sinabi ni Drew ang, “Mahal ko kayo!”

Nang umakyat siya sa stage ng SM Megamall Fashion Hall Atrium, aniya, “We’ve been practicing how to say I love you… mahal…”

“Mahal ko kayo!” ani Timothy.

Sabi ng aktres sa crowd: “There are no words in a moment like this… It’s surreal and beautiful and overwhelming. A moment like this will stay with me forever because it is like a dream.

“Thank you for supporting Santa Clarita Diet, which is such a fun show. It has heart… sometimes we eat hearts. We were so proud to come to Manila and bring this second season to you. We are honored to be here. Truly, I will never forget this moment for the rest of my life.”
Hindi ito ang unang pagbisita ng Hollywood superstar sa bansa, sinabi nina Drew and Timothy na dumalaw na sila sa Pilipinas noon.

“I was here two years ago because I wanted to bring my company Flower Beauty (cosmetics line niya) here. I want very much to bring this company that has been empowering women.”

“I used to live here (in the Philippines),” sabi naman ni Timothy.

“When he was a baby!” buwelta ni Drew sabay tawa.

“I lived in Davao,” patuloy ni Timothy. “When I was young, my father worked for Del Monte. It was a very short time in my life. My great grandfather, he was the head of Engineering of the University of the Philippines,” ani Timothy.

Kung ano pa ang aabangan ng viewers sa bagong ng zombie comedy series, ani Drew, “We try to rid the world of people… we try to kill bad guys. There’s like morals to what we’re doing. At the end of the day, the show is about a family who fights to stay together and make it work. I think that’s relatable. It’s a family show.”

“I agree,” dagdag ni Timothy. “If you put aside the blood, it’s really a heartwarming project.”