Gina Guangco Bio, Wiki
Gina Guangco is an American Filipino citizen who is famous as a mother of two beautiful Hollywood actresses, Vanessa, and Stella Hudgens. On Monday night March 16th, 2020 Vanessa Hudgens faced backlash online from fans after she made some confusing comments about coronavirus on social media.
“Um, yeah, ’til July sounds like a bunch of bulls–t,” she said during an Instagram Live session on Monday about a potential quarantine lasting until the summer. “I’m sorry, but like, it’s a virus, I get it, like, I respect it, but at the same time I’m like, even if everybody gets it, like yeah, people are going to die, which is terrible but like, inevitable?” the 31-year-old actress added.
On Tuesday, March 17th, Hudgens said on her Instagram Stories that her comments were taken out of context.
“Hey guys, yesterday I did an Instagram Live and I realized today that some of my comments are being taken out of context,” she said.
“It’s a crazy time. It’s a crazy, crazy time, and I’m at home and in lockdown and that’s what I hope you guys are doing too. In full quarantine and staying safe and sane.”
Hudgens concluded, “I don’t take this situation lightly by any means. I am home, so stay inside y’all.”
Gina Guangco Background
Gina Guangco-Hudgens came to America from the Philippines with her late husband, Greg Hudgens. Gina used to live in Oregon and later she moved to Southern California. Being a celebrity’s mom, Gina has supported both daughters to build their acting career. According to her, she has supported each and every step in every way to get their goals.
Her husband died of cancer in January 2016, the night before Venessa played Rizzo in Fox TV’s “Grease: Live.” She dedicated her acclaimed performance to Greg.
Gina Guangco Nationality
Gina belongs to the Asian ethnical group and holds an American Filipino nationality.
Vanessa Hudgens Interview on Her Mom
Back in October 2018, Vanessa spoke of her mom and the role she plays in supporting especially after her father died. Speaking in an interview in LA, “My mom had to find things to keep herself preoccupied, especially things that bring her joy. She goes line dancing two times a week, and she loves it.
On what she cherishes from being raised by Gina Vanessa said, “The thing that I took away the most from my parents is that they were married until the day that my dad passed away. I admire my parents’ tenacity to stay together, no matter what, because I saw them at their highs and lows.
“And the amount of time and money that they put in, so much driving back and forth to auditions, to make our dreams come true.”
Asked if Gina still brings Filipino food to her house, Vanessa replied, “I stopped eating meat. My favorites were adobo and pancit. She brought over pan de sal the other day, but I was getting ready for the cover shoot of Women’s Health.”
On how she successfully transitioned into an actress and avoided the career pitfalls of being a teen sensation, then struggling into adulthood, Vanessa explained, “I worked my way through that by not saying yes to the things that were easily presented to me.
She reiterated her gratitude to her mom and late dad. “My parents never forced me to do anything I didn’t want to do, which I’m grateful for. I’m also grateful that it actually worked out for me. Obviously, it’s still a work in progress and, with God’s blessing, I’ll be able to do this for a very long time. But, you never know.”