SPOT-Q: What would you tell your 15-year-old self?
We asked what message Marian Rivera, Janine Gutierrez, and Tom Rodriguez would give to their younger selves.
(SPOT.ph) It's YES! magazine's 15th anniversary! The country's No. 1 entertainment source celebrated their 15th birthday with a star-studded affair at the Crowne Plaza Galleria. We asked some of the celebrities we bumped into to share what they would say to their 15-year-old selves. Their answers might just surprise you.
Dingdong Dantes, actor
Marian Rivera, actress
"Great job, but your fashion sense was terrible."
Lovi Poe, actress
"Keep looking forward. There are great things ahead."
Tom Rodriguez, actor
"Keep the faith and stay strong."
Dennis Trillo, actor
"Good things will come to you if you work hard."
Jeron Teng, basketball player
"Just be happy. Stay fit and healthy because you owe that to your kids and yourself."
Sunshine Cruz, actress
"Keep pushing hard. I was still in school back then."
LJ Reyes, actress
"Don't worry too much."
Janine Gutierrez, actress
"I would tell myself to graduate [from] college. Make sure to finish college because that will be your weapon for [the] future. And be strong because a lot of people will put you down."
John Lapus, actor
"I wouldn't say anything. I'd just give myself a pat on the back because I was 15 when I started in the business."
Gabby Eigenmann, actor
"When I was 15, I did drugs and smoked a lot so I'd tell my younger self not to do it. Be a health buff."
John Estrada, actor
"Enjoy high school!"
Diana Zubiri (with Andrew Smith), actress
"Good job for always staying hungry and reaching your goals."
Rocco Nacino, actor
"You can finally date! But secretly. Don't tell your mom."
Benjamin Alves, actor
"Finish your studies first."
Kris Bernal, actress
"Have more fun. Make more chika. Take more selfies."
Ai-Ai Delas Alas, actress