Andrea Brillantes

Andrea Brillantes Says She Doesn’t Want To Be In A Love Team

“Support ako sa love teams pero na-realize ko na I think it’s not for me,” says Andrea

Andrea Brillantes prefers to not be in a love team.

She shared this during the finale press conference for her primetime series, “Senior High” on January 10 held at Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN.

According to Andrea, she no longer sees herself in a love team and prefers being a solo actress.

She says that she wants to allow herself to have more room for exploration and personal growth in showbiz.

Mas nakikilala ko ang sarili ko bilang isang actress at mas madami akong pwedeng paglaruan at makatrabaho na bago… Kaya mas magandang mag-explore,” she expressed.

Having been part of various love teams since her “Annaliza” days at the age of 10, including co-starring with Juan Karlos “JK” Labajo in “Pangako Sa ‘Yo,” Andrea says that she now enjoys the opportunity to work independently.

She said, “Nagkaroon na ako ng mga konting partners sa ‘Annaliza.’ I was 10. Si JK, naging ka-partner ko rin before.

Ang dami ko nang napagdaanan sa shows na lagi akong may ka-partner. Noong nagkaroon ako ng opportunity na pwede na akong maging solo artist, gusto ko na siyang i-explore. Ngayon, super ko na siyang nae-enjoy.”

Prior to being a solo actress, Andrea was identified with the SethDrea love team with “Kadenang Ginto” co-star Seth Fedelin.

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Andrea’s realization about love teams

While Andrea expressed support for love teams in the industry, she realized that being part of one is not her preference.

Andrea believes that not having a love team allows her not to depend on someone else for success.

“Support ako sa love teams pero na-realize ko na I think, it’s not for me to be paired up with someone.

“Personally, mas nakakakita ako ng personal growth kapag mag-isa akoPero support ako sa mga love teams. I have nothing against them. This is just my personal opinion.”

READ: Andrea Brillantes Wants to Be “Wiser in Terms of Boys” As Her New Year’s Resolution

“Senior High” is scheduled to end its run on Friday, January 19, after five months on air. Aside from Andrea, the series features JK Labajo, Kyle Echarri, Elijah Canlas, Daniela Stranner, Gela Atayde, Angel Aquino, Zaijian Jaranilla, Xyriel Manabat, Miggy Jimenez, and Baron Geisler.

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