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#WalangForever: 12 Adored Celebrity Loveteams that eventually parted ways

#WalangForever: 12 Adored Celebrity Loveteams that eventually parted ways

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  • AlDub’s tandem ‘broke up’ as Maine found real-life BF  in Arjo, likened to Guy & Pip and other celeb loveteams of old
  • In PH’s cinematic history, AlDub is not the first nor the only loveteam that met a sad end
  • From the 50s to 2000s, here are the list of beloved loveteams that ended due to real life romance

It’s normal in the Philippines for fans to get really invested in celebrity tandems and pairings—experiencing romantic relationships like an out-of-body experience through the loveteams they follow and the lives these people lead on and off the screens.

And so, when reality drives a wedge between these beloved couples, ‘third-wheel’ fans also feel the sadness and regret over the breakup, with no exceptions.

Due to Maine Mendoza’s recent confirmation of her relationship with actor Arjo Atayde, many believe this is the end of the AlDub affair that sprouted from the Kalyeserye segment of noontime show Eat Bulaga! — a loveteam that captured the nation’s interest for three years, and which opened various doors for Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards in the entertainment industry.

But looking over the country’s television history, AlDub is not the first nor the only loveteam that met a sad end:

Nida Blanca & Nestor De Villa

In the 1950s, the Nida-Nestor tandem was made popular by LVN Pictures. Nida’s standoffish and stubborn personality perfectly balanced Nestor’s refined and gentlemanly ways. The two were featured in rom-coms like Waray-Waray, Turista, Handang Matodas, and Anak ni Waray vs Anak ni Biday, among others.

The two married non-celebrity partners in the end.

Gloria Romero & Luis Gonzales

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In the same vein as our first couple in the list, Sampaguita Pictures in the ‘50s popularized the tandem of Gloria and Luis. Both of them have Spanish features that were seen as ideal back then; the reason why their combination also paid off on big screen hits such as Ikaw Ang Aking Buhay, Iginuhit Ng Tadhana, Pagdating Ng Takipsilim, Pinagbuklod Ng Langit, Sa Libis Ng Nayon, Artista, Sabado Ng Gabi… Linggo Ng Umaga, For You Mama, Huwag Kang Sumingit, and Sinisinta Kita.

Gloria later married actor Juancho Gutierrez while Luis wedded Vina Concepcion.

Nora Aunor & Tirso Cruz III

It was in the 60s that Nora and Tirso’s tandem rose to fame and was famously known as Guy and Pip. Her morena looks and his mestizo features complemented so well that their films became blockbuster hits like Young Love, Young Girl, D’Musical Teenage Idols, And God Smiled At Me, Fiesta Extravaganza, My Blue Hawaii, Winter Wonderland, Guy & Pip, and Always In My Heart.

They paired up again in the ‘80s with Till We Meet Again, Mga Kuwento Ni Lola Basyang, I Can’t Stop Loving You, Sana Mahalin Mo Ako, Inay, and Bilangan Ang Bituin Sa Langit.

Nora married Christopher de Leon while Tirso married Lyn Enchausti.

Vilma Santos & Edgar Mortiz

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Branded the rival loveteam of Guy & Pip was the tandem of Vilma and Edgar, also known as Vi & Bot. Their films were blockbuster hits as well like Edgar Loves Vilma, Renee Rose, Sixteen, Ang Batang Bangketa, Kampanerang Kuba, Leron-Leron Sinta, Love Letters, Dama de Noche, The Sensations, Baby Vi, The Wonderful World of Music, Angelica, and Eternally.

Vilma wedded Edu Manzano, got divorced and found love again with politician Ralph Recto. Edgar, on the other hand, married Millet Santos.

Maricel Soriano & William Martinez

Maricel and William’s loveteam was dubbed as Taray & Kulit, when they were paired by Regal Films back in the ‘80s. Their films were instant box-office hits with titles like Oh My Mama, Mother Dear, To Mama With Love, The Story of Three Loves, Galawgaw, Pabling, Boys Town, Parang Kailan Lang, Summer Love, Teenage Marriage, I Love You… I Hate You, Daddy’s Little Darlings, Stupid Cupid, Mga Kuwento Ni Lola Basyang, When I Fall In Love, The Graduates, Inday Bote, Maria Went To Town at Kung Ayaw Mo… Huwag Mo.

William married Yayo Aguila but got separated in the end. Maricel married Edu Manzano but divorced him later on.

Manilyn Reynes & Janno Gibbs

One of the hottest loveteams of  the ‘80s was that of Manilyn Reynes and Janno Gibbs’ pairing, as the duo’s chemistry shone once they began singong duets in the now-defunct program That’s Entertainment. Regal Films signed them and were featured on films such as Petrang Kabayo At Ang Pilyang Kuting, Feel Na Feel, Magic To Love, Mga Kuwento Ni Lola Basyang, and several others.

Janno got married to Bing Loyzaga while Aljon Jimenez wedded Manilyn.

Sheryl Cruz & Romnick Sarmenta

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Seiko Films, on the other hand, developed the Sheryl and Romnick pairing. Just like the previous pair, their loveteam started in That’s Entertainment, too. They also starred in hit movies like Everlasting Love, Puso Sa Puso, Pardina at ang mga Duwende.

Sheryl married a non-showbiz guy while Romnick married Harlene Bautista. And yet, the aforementioned loveteam got separated with their real-life spouses in the end.

Judy Ann Santos & Wowie De Guzman

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It was in the ‘90s that Judy Ann Santos and Wowie de Guzman’s tandem rose to fame when the afternoon drama series Mara Clara started. Their chemistry translated into hit movies such as Sana Naman, Kung Alam Mo Lang, Wow Multo, and Mara Clara: The Movie.

Juday married actor-TV host Ryan Agoncillo while Wowie wedded a non-showbiz woman who sadly passed away in 2014.

Angelu De Leon & Bobby Andrews

Viva Films produced the tandem of Angelu and Bobby in the ‘90s youth-oriented series, TGIS. Because of their good chemistry, the film production company let them star in several hit movies, occasionally being featured in television dramas too.

Their loveteam ended when Angelu was found pregnant with Joko Diaz’s child. She later married Wowie Rivera. Bobby, on the other hand, married a non-showbiz girlfriend.

Jolina Magdangal & Marvin Agustin

Jolina and Marvin’s loveteam started back in the ‘90s teen series Gimik and due to their splendid rapport, they were featured in the film F.L.A.M.E.S.: The Movie. This was followed by Kung Ayaw Mo Huwag Mo, Labs Kita Okey Ka Lang?, Hey Babe, and Gimik: The Reunion.

Jolens wedded Mark Escueta in the end, and Marvin stayed single.

Bea Alonzo & John Lloyd Cruz

The unexpected but surprising Bea and John Lloyd tandem in Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay, back in 2002, led the two to be paired off in My First Romance, which landed them as the highly sought-after loveteam in the history of Philippine cinema due to their box-office hits.

John Lloyd started a family with partner Ellen Adarna. Bea is currently in a relationship with Gerald Anderson.

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Angel Locsin clarifies her remark that ‘The General’s Daughter’ director is a “terror”

Angel Locsin clarifies her remark that ‘The General’s Daughter’ director is a “terror”

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  • The General’s Daughter star Angel Locsin talked about the show’s director, Manny Palo.
  • She said that contrary to others saying that he’s a “terror,” she finds him really caring. 

Angel Locsin had nothing but kind words to the director of The General’s Daughter, Manny Palo.

During the press conference of her first ever teleserye under Dreamscape, for her prime time comeback after a few years of hiatus, she shared what’s it like to work with Palo as a director.

“Si Direk Manny Palo kasi is brilliant. Ang swerte namin na nagkaroon kami ng direktor na alam niya kung anong gagawin. Siya kasi yung kaya niya kaming i-control lahat. Kasi kahit anong sabihin namin sa kanya, memorize niya yung script so hindi namin siya maloloko.”

READ: “The General’s Daughter” TV Review: Diverting, Compelling, and Politically Significant

Locsin added that because the director knows what he is doing, they often finish their taping schedules on time.

“Alam niya yung gagawin niyo sa bawat eksena kaya ang bilis bilis din niya mag shoot. Natatapos namin yung schedule namin. Plus ang gaan din niya ka-trabaho.”

The actress then addressed her remark that director Palo is a “terror” on the set, saying that others may only view him that way maybe because he had a bad day or someone did something wrong. However, she thinks that he’s really kind and caring.

“Sabi ng iba terror daw si Direk Manny. Siguro pag may mali ka, ganon. Or siguro, bad day lang si direk pero he’s really nice. Actually ang bait ni direk. At maalaga siya sa mga tao. “

She even admitted that the cast sometimes makes fun of the director whenever he gets angry.

“Minsan pinapagtawanan namin pag nagwawala siya pero part niya na yun eh. Parang hindi pwedeng hindi eh. Boring. Boring yung set. At umpisa palang sinabi niya ‘walang diva sa inyo ha, ako lang ang diva,’ kaya siya lang ang diva ganon. “

On the other hand, Locsin admitted that her character on the series is her most complicated role thus far. She has also praised her co-stars.

“Masasabi ko na I think eto yung pinaka-complex [and] complicated na character na gagawin ko. Mahirap po siya. Actually mga characters po namin, mahirap gawin. Pero fun, kasi yung mga ka-eksena ko po ang gagaling umarte so nakakakuha po ako sa kanila ng emosyon.”

READ: Angel Locsin proves she’s the real Primetime Queen

The General’s Daughter also stars big names such as Paulo Avelino, Arjo Atayde, Tirso Cruz III, Albert Martinez, Eula Valdez, Janice de Belen, and Maricel Soriano.

The General’s Daughter airs weeknights on the ABS-CBN network.

 

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Back to action! Angel Locsin prepares for ABS-CBN’s “The General’s Daughter”

Back to action! Angel Locsin prepares for ABS-CBN’s “The General’s Daughter”

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  • Angel Locsin shared the preparations made for ‘The General’s Daughter.’
  • She expressed her thankfulness towards the ABS-CBN executives that complimented the series and also the AFP who helped them during filming.

The preparation for the much awaited ABS-CBN series, ‘The General’s Daughter’ has been nonstop as the filming progresses.

Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Kapamilya network just recently signed a memorandum of understanding as a part of the teleserye‘s preparations before it starts.

At the signing, actress Angel Locsin has expressed her thankfulness for the flattering remarks of the ABS-CBN executives and AFP who got the chance to watch a few scenes from the show. She stated that she was happy as they gave their best for the series.

“Siyempre masaya na nagustuhan ng mga bosses natin ‘yung pinaghirapan natin. Lahat naman tayo pag trabaho, binibigay naman natin ‘yung best natin. Pero hindi lang naman din ako ‘yun, kundi ‘yung buong ‘The General’s Daughter’ team talaga.”

She also said that their preparations are not yet over as there still are a lot of things to be done.

“Kasi inaayos pa ang mga permit, pero gumagawa talaga ako ng paraan like kung paano sa firing… kailangan ko rin aralin ‘yung military side, pati ‘yung disiplina din talaga.”

The actress also mentioned about the AFP’s continuous help as they learn about the lives of the Filipino soldiers.

“They’re very helpful, talagang napaka-patient nila sa ‘tin, ang mga nurse corps natin dito sa AFP binigyan talaga nila tayo ng oras kung paano ba nila inaalagaan ang mga sundalo natin na nagsakripisyo. Mayroon kami na parang pinakitaan kami ng totoo, ‘yung realidad para maipakita din namin sa mga audience natin.”

Aside from Angel Locsin, the cast also includes Ryza Cenon, Janice De Belen, Maricel Soriano, and Eula Valdes.

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