Just like any career, you can’t predict 100 percent that it will last, some find their career niche while others have outgrown, burnout, unchallenging or perhaps it doesn’t suit them another more and time have changed, or they see new opportunities.
For these Filipino celebrities, they choose to leave their showbusiness careers to pursue regular jobs and new challenges outside the limelight and are better off for it.
Here are some celebrities that are just happy in their new field.
The first thing that we are attracted to celebrities is because of their looks and talent and for whatever reason we don’t expect them to be highly educated.
As it turns out some successful celebrities didn’t drop out of colleges, but these celebrities not only finished college, they did it with honors they excelled not only in acting but in the universities too.
Here are a few celebrities who got fame and got high grades.
Talented model and host Maureen Wroblewitz photo post to her social media account gained unintended attention from other social media platform users.
Her behind scene shoot from a recent modeling assignment post captioned “behind the scenes – photos coming soon • bilisan mo pagdevelop haaa @cerillafrommanila.”
The controversial photo is this one that caught the attention of many netizens.
People once again were reminded about Rosanna Roces 90s sexy film with a very catchy title “Patikim ng Pinya.” which has a double or mischievous meaning.
Maureen who was unaware of the local sexy movie history and probably was not born at that time commented: “Random lang, as the photographer.” and “I really don’t understand why some people find this weird or awkward. i’d find it more if there was nothing at all, i mean at least it’s covering the creases from the pants.”
Sometimes creative freedom is misinterpreted, and local pop culture background will surely help next time.
Good luck Maureen and once again thank you for representing the Philippines at Asia’s Next Top Model.
You probably heard the song “Bohemian Rhapsody” many times, and you probably think that there’s nothing like anything sounded like this song.
After 44 years the song is one of the most influential and memorable song of this generation and will undoubtedly influence future generation.
It was in the summer of 1975 when Freddie Mercury started writing it as an operatic song titled “Real Life.” having the creative freedom granted to them by the records company the Queen indeed pushed all their creativity in full gear.
Emmy Nominated composer and professor at NYU Steinhardt Mr. Irwin Fisch give his professional thought and comment about this song.