- Carlo Aquino's character in Meet Me in St. Gallen had a one-night stand with a stranger
- He was asked for his opinion about one-night stand
- He also revealed what he loves most about Angelica Panganiban
During his television guesting on Tonight With Boy Abunda to promote his film 'Meet Me in St. Gallen,' Carlo Aquino was asked for his opinion about casual hookups.
He also has something to say about the possibility of him and ex-girlfriend Angelica Panganiban getting back together.
The actor also revealed what he loves most about Angelica.
His character in Meet Me in St. Gallen had a one-night stand with a stranger.
However, in real life he does not approve of casual hookups.
"Hindi mo alam kung saan pupunta, ano'ng mangyayari at ano'ng susunod. Walang kasiguraduhan kung may masasaktan kang ibang tao, kung masasaktan siya or ikaw."
This is what he has to say when asked about the possibility of getting back with his ex-girlfriend Angelica.
"Ngayon hindi ko pa kasi naiisip iyon.."
Tito Boy: "1 to 10, 10 being the highest, gaano kayo kalapit na magkaibigan?"
Carlo: "9 mga ganyan, 8, 9.."
"Ever since naman, very special talaga sa akin si Angel. So kung magkakaroon siya ng partner in the future, sana maintindihan na nila na special kami sa isa't isa."
Tito Boy asked, "First love?"
Then Carlo nodded.
Tito Boy: "What did you love the most noon about Angelica?"
Carlo replied, "Yung pagiging sweet niya..
"Tsaka ano kasi siya eh, masarap talaga siyang kasama.
"Pagka-masaya, masaya.. Pag kinausap mo ng seryoso, seryoso.."
Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban's love team was a hit back in the early 2000s.
They were also together for a long period of 6 years but remained friends even after they called it quits.
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