Liza Soberano Spotted Holding an Umbrella During Drag Queen’s Performance

Former Kapamilya actress Liza Soberano was spotted holding an umbrella during the performance of a drag queen.

Liza was having a good time with drag queens when she was told to hold an umbrella as one of the performers danced to the tune of “Kiss Me, Kiss Me.”

Liza Soberano “Pinaghawak ng Payong” During Drag Queen’s Performance Goes Viral

Viral Video of Liza Soberano Dancing with Drag Queens

LIZA SOBERANO – A video showcasing the former Kapamilya actress joyfully dancing with drag queens at Obar has gone viral, eliciting mixed reactions from netizens.

According to MJ Felipe’s post on X, the actress was out for the night with friends. At first, one drag queen performed, and Liza enthusiastically joined the dance. Later, another drag queen performed the classic song “Kiss Me, Kiss Me,” one of the OSTs from Liza’s film “Miss Granny.”

The performer then guided Liza’s left hand to hold an umbrella, and the actress willingly agreed, holding it with delight while dancing to the song. However, a man standing behind them caught the attention of the drag queen, prompting him to swiftly take the umbrella from Liza’s hands.

The video went viral, eliciting mixed reactions from social media users. One netizen remarked: “Hollywood career ang target mo tapos paghahawakin lang ng payong hahaha…” Another netizen wrote: “balik Pilipinas din ang Ending ni Liza.” Some also came to Liza Soberano’s defense.

As of press time, Liza has not issued any reaction to the viral video.

Meanwhile, Liza, whose real name is Hope Elizabeth Hanley Soberano, is a Filipino-American actress, model, singer, and endorser. Liza gained prominence through her appearances in various television series and films, with notable projects including “Forevermore” (2014–2015), “Just The Way You Are” (2015), “My Ex and Whys” (2017), and “Alone/Together” (2019).

Liza Soberano was born to a Filipino father, John Castillo Soberano, and an American mother, Jacqulyn Elizabeth Hanley. She spent a portion of her childhood in Visalia, California, under the care of her paternal grandparents. At the age of ten, she relocated to Manila to live with her father and relatives. Her career began when a talent scout discovered her at the age of 13, propelling her into the worlds of modeling and acting.

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