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Pinoy Celebrities Who Should Start A Vlog

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| June 22, 2018

Pinoy Celebrities Who Should Start A Vlog

By Cel Ortega

Thanks to the vlogs of celebrities like Kris Aquino, Alex Gonzaga, and Judy Ann Santos, we have been getting our regular dose of entertainment, humor, and Internet memes. Vlogs aren’t at all a new concept to us Filipinos, but it’s only recently when celebrities are attempting to venture into this platform to show a side of their lives that we don’t normally witness on national television or blockbuster movies.

It’s only a matter of time when more of our favorite celebrities will start their own vlogging channel, and these are the ones currently on our wishlist!

Andi Eigenmann

Andi Eigenmann may have quit the limelight to become a fulltime mom and Professional Mermaid of Baler, but the number of people digesting her Instagram content from a day-to-day basis proves she is still well-loved by fans and fellow adventure junkies. We’d love to see her show off her true, unapologetic self to viewers through snapshots of her life by the beach, as a loving mom to adorable Ellie, and as an eco-warrior fighting for environmental causes. Maybe we can get some fun and quirky make-up tutorials too!

 

Jasmine Curtis-Smith

Jasmine Curtis-Smith is one of the most natural, honest, and good-natured celebrities we have today which makes her so well-loved by Filipinos. It would be a treat to have her venture into vlogging where she can share her Day In a Life videos doing hauls, try-ons, and reviews, playing with her adorable dogs, or traveling around the world.

 

Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre and the #TravelGoals footage she regularly posts on Instagram is so aesthetically pretty that one could only imagine how much more amazing her travel videos would be if she would materialize them into a series of travel vlogs. This, plus make-up tutorials of her influential looks and a couple of silly vlogs with boyfriend James Reid would have anyone anywhere hitting the subscribe button straight away.

 

Ethel Booba

Ethel Booba’s clever quips on Twitter regarding social and political issues deserve a much bigger platform that isn’t constrained by a 280-character limit. I don’t think anybody realizes how badly we actually need “Ethel Booba reacts to…” and “Ethel Booba reads stupid tweets” vlogs to happen ASAP!