February 22, 2018, 10:35 am
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Julia has a sweet message for Coco

Are they or aren’t they?

Julia Montes, who has been romantically linked with “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” star Coco Martin, remembered the actor’s birthday on November 1 and gave a sweet message for him.

“Hi Co, happy, happy birthday! Enjoy your special day, siyempre, and I wish you all the best. And good health dahil napaka-busy mo… Saludo kaming lahat na mga nakatrabaho mo kasi napakabuti mong tao at napakadali mong katrabaho,” she said.

“I’m so happy and very, very proud of you sa lahat ng mga achievements na natanggap mo and, of course, sa lahat ng dreams mo na unti-unti mo nang natutupad,” she added. “I know God will guide you and God will protect you, and God will give you more knowledge kasi pinapahalagahan mo at hindi ka nakakalimot sa kanya. Iniingatan mo at shini-share mo sa mga nakakasama mo – at saksi ako doon doon – ang talent na mayroon ka at binigay ni God sa ‘yo.”

“Sana lahat ng dini-desire ng heart mo, lahat ng pinagpi-pray mo, sana i-guide ka ni God, sana i-grant ‘yun ni God for you. Happy, happy birthday.”

Despite rumors that they two have been a couple for years, Coco and Julia have always maintained their silence. 

They worked together in the 2012 teleserye “Walang Hanggan” and the movie “A Moment in Time” the following year.

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As part of the afternoon soap “Wildflower,” Roxanne said she could not ask for a better comeback project on ABS-CBN. “Blessing talaga ‘yun for the team and we’re all so happy. It’s the best production ever kasi lahat magkakaibigan. Kahit alam ko na puyat na lahat good vibes pa rin. Nakakaaliw din kasi ang tagal ko ng walang love team so parang tina-try lang nila and medyo kinakagat naman siya kasi it’s reminds me of the ‘50 Shades of Grey,’ parang ganun ‘yung tandem ni Jepoy and Natalie. It’s very pigil. They give all of us chances to shine naman sa mga eksena namin and I’m very grateful to direk Ruel Bayani, and to all our directors of ‘Wildflower’,” she explained.

When asked if rumors are true “Wildflower” will be extending past its original run, Roxanne Barcelo said it looks like it’s already happening. “Ang chika daw parang it was supposed to be until October eh nag-October na, parang nag dami pa nilang iniisip so ang chika hanggang January and then naiba na naman as of birthday ni Maja (Salvador) so good vibes lahat. Sobrang bongga talaga kasi yung nangyayari. Almost everyday taping na and they’re really putting all their minds together. Nag-la-lock in na talaga yung mga writers namin and everyone’s so into it. It’s an energy that I’m looking forward to every time I work with them,” she shared.

After starring the movie “I Left My Heart in Santa Fe” with her boyfriend Will Devaughn earlier this year, she said it was a totally different experience because she was also producing the project. “Siguro isa sa mga natutunan namin as producers, it’s not just about earning sa pelikula itself but like in this collaboration with Blue Art Productions, we were able to create opportunities for the people of Santa Fe and for the town mismo. So it’s not just about earning from the film but creating a greater impact in the town,” she said.

Roxanne admitted that she initially wanted to an action film to be her first production venture. “The original plan kasi was a different movie. In 2016 we were already talking about an action film na we wanted to co-produce with Blue Art Productions and then this came along so nauna na lang ito but we’re still planning for another one because it’s a huge project,” she explained.

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Despite persistent rumors of their “breakup,” Kiray Celis quickly jumped to Kirst Viray’s defense following insinuations about his sexuality.

Reports about the viral tandem’s split began after they unfollowed each other on Instagram. Kiray even renamed their shared YouTube channel.

Kiray and Kirst quashed the   rumors after attending the Star Magic Ball 2017 together last September 30.

“Like, we’re happy,” said the young comedienne during Converse’s White Chucks Party.

Similar to her claims in the past, Kiray denied that the model-turned-actor is already courting her.

“Hindi, walang ganun. I mean, we’re friends. We’re good friends,” she said.

She emphasized they are spending time together not for anyone but for themselves.

“Kung ano kami, masaya kami, and hindi kami parang umaarte para sa mga tao. Like, pag nakikita mo kaming magkasama, kasi gusto namin magkasama, hindi dahil para sa mga tao,” she explained.

Despite being linked to each other for almost a year now, several quarters are still doubting Kirst’s sexuality.

“Alam mo, si Kirst, kasi siya yung taong sobrang friendly. Hindi ‘yan namimili—bakla, tomboy, lalaki, o babae. Sobrang friendly niya,” she said.

According to Kiray, the fact that he’s “too friendly” sometimes causes disagreements between them.

“Minsan nag-aaway kami palagi, kasi sobrang friendly niya, hindi na tama. Kahit kanino, hindi siya namimili ng kaibigan. Kaya siguro kapag may kasama siyang bakla, iniisip na ganun din siya,” she explained.

But Kiray was quick to add: “Pero hindi, malabo.”
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