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Cristine Reyes changes attitude, no longer ‘a walk out queen’

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Feb. 17, 20 | 4:45 pm

Cristine Reyes appeared to have a change of heart during the press conference of her upcoming film ‘Untrue’ with Xian Lim.

She was more friendly and no longer walking away from her interviewers, as per a report from Lionheart.TV

The actress was known for answering for ‘’no comment’ and will give an off-topic answer.

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Reyes also made her mark with the press for walking out when asked about personal questions.

She had a ‘walk out scene’ during the press conference in 2014 for her movie ‘The Gifted’.

She also walked out in 2018 when she was asked about the status of her love life with ex-husband Ali Khatibi.

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“Siguro over time… magti-thirty-one na ako. Nung mga time na nakilala niyo ako na feisty and all, I was 14, 15, a teenager. You can’t really blame me for those days na hindi ko ma-control ang emotions ko,” Reyes said in an interview.

She added that over the years, she learned to fix herself and choose her battles.

“So over time, natututo ka rin to fix yourself, na hindi naman lahat ng bagay ay kailangang lalabanan mo,” she added.

“Hindi na ako padalus-dalos, hindi na ako nagwu-walk out. Ngayon, mas appreciative na ako na nandito na ulit ako. Mas na-appreciate ko kung ano meron ako di katulad nang dati,” Reyes explained.

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UAE reaches over 530,000 tests, reports 53 recoveries

UAE reaches over 530,000 tests, reports 53 recoveries

The UAE has reported a total of 539,195 COVID-19 tests as of today, April 8 as well as another good news of the full recovery of 53 patients, with the total number of recovered cases in the country now at 239. UAE's Minister of Health, His Excellency Abdul Rahman Al...

Scientists believe COVID-19 hits men harder

Scientists believe COVID-19 hits men harder

Scientists reveal that there may be a possibility that coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can have worse effects on men.   The studies from experts, according to a report by The Guardian, show that in highly impacted countries—China, France, Italy, and South...

UAE reports 300 new COVID-19 cases, total now at 2659

UAE reports 300 new COVID-19 cases, total now at 2659

The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) reported 300 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, bringing the total to 2,659. MoHAP reported that the majority of these cases were those who did not follow proper quarantine procedures and...

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