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Gloria Diaz to appear on Netflix’s ‘Insatiable’

By: - Reporter
/ 09:50 AM May 03, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Actress and Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz will have a guest appearance on the Netflix comedy series “Insatiable.”

In an Instagram post Thursday, Diaz posed with actor Dallas Roberts who plays the role of Bob Armstrong in the series.

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“Working with Dallas Roberts on the set of “INSATIABLE” of /NETFLIX,” Diaz captioned the photo.

“I am excited/ nervous/ feels like I am a beginner/cant remember my lines/and just totally overwhelmed,” she added.

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Apparently, Diaz will be guesting on the show as herself, the beauty queen’s daughter Isabelle Daza said via her Instagram stories.

“@gloria.diaz69 is guesting on Insatiable… as herself!” Daza wrote. “A Netflix show about beauty queens and beauty pageants.”

“Insatiable” is about a bullied teenager named Patty Bladell (Debby Ryan) who turns to beauty pageants to revenge on her bullies. Roberts’ character, a civil lawyer and obsessed beauty pageant coach, notices Patty’s potential and sets out to turn her into a pageant queen.

The first season of “Insatiable” first aired in August 2018. The second season is set for release this year. /muf

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