Elisse Joson finds growth in going solo

/ 04:09 PM October 10, 2018
Elisse Joson

Image: Instagram/@elissejosonn

Elisse Joson found herself experiencing a different kind of growth in doing solo work compared with being in a love team with McCoy De Leon.

Joson said her current solo activities have been keeping her busy, preventing her from regularly communicating with love team partner De Leon. However, the actress said being on her own had its own benefits, according to an exclusive report by Push.


The actress explained, “Yun yung isa sa mga reasons ko kung bakit it’s good also that we have different projects. Kasi mas na-te-test yung aming capabilities, kung saan yung hangganan namin, kung saan pa yung kaya namin. And I think it’s for our own growth, which is important.”

While Joson enjoyed facing the new challenges, she remained humbled and thankful for having been in the McLisse love team. She’s also thankful to fans for continuing to support both herself and De Leon even as they pursue their own projects.


“I’m really thankful for McLisse, yung team-up, as well as the fans talaga kasi sobrang mapagmahal nila. At saka alam mo yung hindi talaga sila sumusuko, yung patience nila and understanding. So I’m really thankful for the McLisse fans,” Joson said.

Joson and De Leon last worked together as part of the cast of the concluded TV show “The Good Son.” They will also appear in an upcoming film by director JP Habac titled “Today Never Happened.”  Alfred Bayle /ra


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