EXCLUSIVE! Edward Barber on Performing at The Big Dome
- November 10, 2017
- INSIDESHOWBIZ.PH TEAM
We know for a fact that being an artista ain’t an easy job. In order to please the fans and attract more projects, celebrities are somewhat required to do things smoothly, or perfectly for that matter. But just like all of us, they make mistakes, too. Especially when they face a lot of people during a live performance.
One of today’s most trending personalities Edward Barber had his fair share of fail moments before he reached where he is today. The young handsome lad shared to Inside Showbiz that he had made several mistakes during his prods before, specifically during his previous performances at the Araneta Coliseum.
•••Never let the success get to your head and never let the failures get to your heart ••• ••• ••• #Repost @mega_magazine ・・・ Smoldering for the cameras, Edward Barber charms yet again in a subdued mix of black and yellow. Photography by @dookieducay Styling by @sukisalvador Makeup by @emandeleonmakeup Hair by @jayweehair Clothes by @francislibiran8 Special thanks to @captainluz and @starmagicphils #MakingMegaWithEdwardBarber #MakingMega2018 #EdwardBarber @edward_barber #IGtorial
We interviewed Edward at the Ganda For All concert about his experience performing at the Big Dome. He said that he would always make a mistake every time he performs at such a big venue. “This is my fourth time in Araneta and every time I was in Araneta, I always make a mistake during my prod. That’s a fact! I’m sure people have seen it,” he shared.
“Don’t count the days, make the days count” – Muhammad Ali #Repost @mega_magazine ・・・ With a steely gaze and a flick of the hair, this young man can likely pull off anything. Watch him come into his own in 2018. Photography by @dookieducay Styling by @sukisalvador Makeup by @emandeleonmakeup Hair by @jayweehair Clothes by @francislibiran8 Special thanks to @captainluz and @starmagicphils #MakingMegaWithEdwardBarber #MakingMega2018 #EdwardBarber @edward_barber #IGtorial
“Even if my part in the whole [Ganda For All] concert was not a full prod and quite a small part only. I was really determined to get the simple things and do it right. It was a little bit of a redemption and I’m happy to be part of such a giant concert, a giant launch,” said Edward.