- Bea Alonzo was talking about how she gained pounds during the quarantine and also disclosed her food habits
- The actress said that she was not pihikan when it comes to food, which is why she gains weight easily
- However, she noted that if there is one thing that she does not like, it is ginger, which is also why paksiw and other dishes with ginger are not allowed to be cooked at home
- The classy actress then added that the food that she should despise should have been garlic so that ghosts will go away
Bea Alonzo, during her one-on-one interview with Ethel Booba, was able to touch n the topic of food.
She mentioned that she is not the type who would get thin easily, but one who can just gain weight readily.
She also said how she wished that she was pihikan because she loves to eat and if there is one food that she does not like it is ginger.
She can't stand the smell of ginger, which is why paksiw is not allowed to be cooked at home.
The actress then added that she should hate garlic so that "ghosts" will go away from her.
"Dapat pala ang ayaw ko garlic para layuan ako ng mga multo"
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Bea Alonzo is one of the most-respected actresses in the country. She has done several hit movies like "One More Chance" and "Four Sisters and a Wedding."
Bea Alonzo asked Ethel Booba if the latter would agree to become the surrogate mother of the former’s child. Ethel asked if Bea meant the comedienne would carry the baby for her, to which the Kapamilya Star replied “yes.” The comedienne then gamely answered in the positive, though she jokingly asked how much Bea is willing to pay. Bea was the guest of Ethel on her latest vlog, "One on One Interview with Bea Alonzo," uploaded on her YouTube channel.
She was asked a set of questions and the beautiful actress responded candidly. At one point, Ethel asked about finding friends in showbiz, which Bea said is really hard to find one. One word that Bea used to describe the process of finding friends was "mahirap."
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