Alessandra de Rossi recently shaved off all her hair for her new film Through Night and Day, and we're all living for it! However, the actress, who has always been fun and bubbly, opened up about past heartache when she appeared on the show Tonight With Boy Abunda for an interview.


According to Alessandra, the last time she cried (aside from the interview) was when she felt betrayed by someone in the industry. "Ang hirap lang talagang humanap ng tao na totoo sa'yo sa showbiz. E kasi, totoong-totoo ako e. 'Yon nga yung sinasabi sa akin ng mama ko na, 'wag mo ituring lahat na pamilya. Mamili ka lang. Kasi ako, hindi ako namimili."

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Alessandra even tried to lighten the mood by joking that she was pregnant! "Okay lang, don't worry about me. I'm just hormonal."

"Umabot ako sa...gusto ko na lang mag-quit. Yung, ayoko na, ang pa-plastic niyong lahat!" She added. "Pero hindi e. Kailangan ko lang siguro i-regulate. I make mistakes, nagagalit ako, minsan mayroon akong nasusungitan or whatever. Nagtaray or whatever. I'm a human being, pero I'm not evil."

To which Boy Abunda said, "You're a good person. I'm sure that you're a good person."

Check out the full video below:

Alessandra's new film where she stars opposite Paolo Contis tells the story of Ben (Paolo) who presents his fiancée Jen (Alessandra) with a trip to Iceland, her dream destination. But what starts out as a seemingly perfect vacation for the couple becomes a wake-up call where they see each other's faults for the first time, which makes them question their relationship.


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* Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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