Sorry, teleserye junkies. Marian Rivera and Karylle didn't have a catfight or public kiss and make-up that could've been a perfect TV spectacle. Dingdong Dantes' past (Karylle) and present (Marian) girlfriends just exchanged meaningful smiles during their first encounter following a well-publicized love triangle the public feasted on years back.
The ladies were spotted twice within spitting distance in only four weeks—first, at the red carpet of German Moreno's 50th in showbiz; and second, at two separate events inside one venue.
“Hindi naman kami nag-away ni Karylle, e. Nagkataon lang 'yung ex niya ay minamahal ko ngayon. So I think wala naman kaming problemang dalawa at malinaw sa'min dalawa 'yun,” Marian clarified on Startalk last Saturday.
For Karylle, that simple smile means a lot.
“Ang saya, sa totoo lang, na wala nang issue. Hindi na kami aloof sa isa’t isa. OK na kami,” Karylle said in an interview with NEWS5. “I was really happy na we had that moment kahit papaano. It was a simple gesture but to me it meant a lot.”
This gesture could also end talks that Karylle had a heavy heart when she parted ways with Dingdong. After all, she has already moved on, now that she and Spongecola vocalist Yael Yuzon are making beautiful music together.
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December wedding not true
Meawhile Marian and Dingdong belied rumors that they will tie the knot in December.
“Kung magkakaroon ng ganun at kung kelan, sa akin manggagaling 'yun. Hinding hindi po namin itatago,” Dingdong said in Startalk's interview.
“Well, anuman ang mangyari, kailan man 'yan syempre ang gusto ko church [wedding.] Gusto ko nasa harap ko si God kapag sinabi ko 'yung mga vows ko,” Marian noted.
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