- Malaya singer Moira dela Torre has been friends with Jason Marvin for six years
- From best friends, they soon became lovers
- Jason recalled the exact moment he felt a spark with Moira
Transitioning from best friends to lovers is a tricky situation to maneuver.
But singers Moira dela Torre and Jason Marvin proved it can be done.
The two have been a couple for almost a year now, but they've been best friends for three years.
On Magandang Buhay, Jason and Moira shared how comfortable they are with each other which makes their relationship better.
But Moira revealed he didn't like Jason initially because he had body odor!
"Ayoko po talaga sa kanya before. May putok siya nun e!" said Moira with a big laugh.
"Hindi joke lang, isang beses lang siyang may putok nun," clarified Moira, explaining they were at the beach then.
Asked when they felt a spark that changed their relationship, Jason confidently answered: "December 4, 11PM."
He explained that they were at a Starbucks that time with other friends. But soon, their friends left and it was just the two of them.
Moira was writing a dedication to her mom in the Starbucks planner that she's giving to her.
"I don't know kung ano 'yung nangyari e, pero nagkukwento lang siya about her parents, about her mom, about how she misses her mom, how she loves her mom," said Jason.
He adds: "Kasi how you love your parents, how you love your mom says a lot about yourself e. Tapos dun ko narealize na, pwede."
According to PEP, Moira and Jason went to the same college and attended the same church.
Back when they were just best friends, Moira even acted as Jason's proofreader when he's wooing other girls.
Moira is the voice and writer behind the popular hugot song Malaya.
Her soulful voice made her a favorite for heartbreaking songs.
She first tried to break into the Philippine music scene as a contestant on the first season of The Voice of the Philippines in 2013.
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