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KC Concepcion not leaving showbiz

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As her parents Sharon Cuneta and Gabby Concepcion are still dreaming a movie reunion, KC Concepcion has made known she is not leaving show business.

KC, now 31, made the statement as fans are surprised why she has not been visible on television for over a year, except for movie reruns on cable television and hosting a few events.


With fewer commitments for the Paris-educated and well-to-do “mega daughter,” fans were wondering if KC may be thinking of quitting the industry where she was born.


KCn was previously linked with actor Paulo Avelino, with her last boyfriend and serious relationship with ABS-CBN star Piolo Pascual. She was also rumored to have stopped dating Borromeo, but later quelled speculations by sharing photos of her and Borromeo bonding with her mother on social media.


“He’s busy with football. Me, I’m busy with endorsements so it’s a very positive relationship because, of course, you want to be with someone who is really happy with your success,” she said.

During a Women’s Month event organized by fabric conditioner Downy Parfum, the comely actress revealed why she has not taken on a much-coveted teleserye project or a movie.


“Actually I have many offers,” she confided. “And I’m very thankful to ABS-CBN because they are still my family when it comes to the entertainment world. These days, I’ve just been really busy with my business, but more than that, I’m waiting for the right project so that people won’t say I just take on anything that comes my way,” she said.


 “It’s not true that there are no projects [for me]. Like I said, the offers continue to come, and I am glad that producers don’t get tired to look for me, so I’m really thinking of the best that I can offer them—the fans—when the time comes,” she stressed.


KC said she is now prioritizing her humanitarian work as the country’s National Ambassador against Hunger for the United Nations’ (UN) World Food Programme (WFP)

While in the process of deciding which showbiz projects to pursue, KC opened an online shop in 2016 to support her advocacy as the country’s National Ambassador against Hunger for the United Nations’ (UN) World Food Programme (WFP). She sells her pre-loved luxury clothing, shoes, shoes, bags and accessories via, the proceeds of which goes to feeding programs for children all over the Philippines.


Last March 13, she visited the organization’s projects in the town of Rajah Buayan, Maguindanao where they launched a supplemental feeding program for over 300 elementary students and helped address the region’s malnutrition problem.


“I’m not leaving showbiz,” she pronounced, “but now I’m just prioritizing my work with the UN because they only choose one person per country to be an ambassador. Right now, I’m happy that we were able to raise P1 million for school feeding in Mindanao. It just means that our hard work pay off.”

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