Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou reveals she can’t look at herself as a 16-year-old on Heartbreak High: ‘I’m too scared to see what my game looked like’
Ada Nicodemou revealed that she couldn’t watch herself in Heartbreak High.
The 44-year-old admitted she was too scared to watch the 1990s series for fear of being embarrassed by her 16-year-old daughter’s acting skills.
“I just can’t watch it because I’m so scared to see what my acting looked like, and my dancing too,” she told Hughesy, Ed and Erin on the Hit Network.
Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou revealed on Friday that she couldn’t watch herself as a 16-year-old on Heartbreak High: ‘I’m too scared to see what my game looked like’
Ada went on to say how awesome the show was and how different it was for its time. She said: “It was so groundbreaking at the time.
“There were people who looked like me on it, and we had never had that on Australian television.
“He’s still holding up, I think, but I’m scared to look at him.”
The Home and Away star also spoke about feeling the pressure of the red carpet ahead of the upcoming Logie Awards
The Home and Away star also opened up about feeling the pressure from the red carpet ahead of the upcoming Logie Awards.
She said, “It’s just nice to feel confident and confident, and know that on the red carpet.”
“It’s quite intimidating.”
“I just can’t watch it because I’m too scared to see what my acting was like, and my dancing too,” she told Hughesy, Ed and Erin on the Hit Network
Heartbreak High has been added to Netflix creating a whole new generation of fans.
The success of the 1990s program sparked a reboot that is set to air in 2022.
According to the official 2021 press release, it will be inspired by the original but will be reimagined for the new generation.
The reboot will be inclusive with a range of LGBTQ+ characters and also neurodiversity through the cast.
Update: Heartbreak High gets a 21st century makeover with Netflix reboot set to drop in 2022, it’ll be inspired by the original but reimagined for the next-gen