Charlie Dizon doesn't want her parents to watch "Fan Girl"

Heidi Hsia
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31 Dec – Although she has won Best Actress for her performance in the new Antoinette Jadaone movie, "Fan Girl", Charlie Dizon admitted that she is nervous about the idea of her parents watching the movie.

As reported on ABS-CBN News, the actress, who spoke about the film and her collaboration with Paulo Avelino recently, confessed that she is worried about having them watch her intimate scenes with her said leading man, and that she even texted her mother and advised her not to watch.

"Paulo and I didn't discuss those scenes... But I trust [him and the director] and their plans, that they know what to do," she said.

Dizon also praised Avelino for being very kind to her during the shoot; that the actor was very patient and helped her a lot to make their scenes better.

"Even when it was my scene that did not involve him, he still helps," she said.

Although she is not that keen on her parents watching the movie, Dizon said that she hopes that the general audience would do so and would watch it through legal platforms, instead of sharing clips of Avelino's frontal nudity around.

"I am thankful for those who watched the movie legally and stayed because they liked it," she said.

(Photo Source: Charlie Dizon Instagram)