Actress Liza Soberano was described by Filipino-American “Blue’s Clues” host Josh Dela Cruz as “one of the nicest people” he has ever met.
The California-born Filipina actress attended the 50th anniversary gala of the Search To Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) organization as the United States celebrates Filipino American History Month in October.
SIPA is a non-profit org serving Historic Filipinotown and other neighborhoods throughout Greater Los Angeles County.
It produces programs for youth and families, including case management and counseling, after-school programs, senior programs, small business development, cultural enrichment and affordable housing.
Josh was one of the hosts of its golden anniversary gala held in Los Angeles on October 15, along with former actress Giselle “G” Töngi.
Liza shared a clip of herself attending the gala and then a picture taken with him.
“Met @rianne.love.soberano’s favorite @itsjoshdelacruz!!! She even got a video greeting,” she wrote on an Instagram Story posted on October 25.
Rianne is Liza’s younger half-sister through their father, John Castillo Soberano.
Josh, who was tagged by the actress, shared the post in an Instagram story with the text: “One of the nicest people I’ve ever met.” The story was accompanied by several folded hands emojis.
Josh is the host of Nickelodeon’s “Blue’s Clues and You!,” a revival of the “Blue’s Clues” television series from 1996 to 2006 with Steve Burns and Donovan Patton as separate hosts.
Liza is pursuing her longtime dream of a career in Hollywood, the world’s biggest film industry.
Last month, she said she already wrapped up filming her first movie, “Lisa Frankenstein,” with Kathryn Newton and “Riverdale” actor Cole Sprouse.
The horror comedy, set in 1989, follows an unpopular high schooler who accidentally re-animates a handsome Victorian corpse during a lightning storm.
Reports said that Liza will portray the character Taffy, the half-sister of Kathryn’s lead character.