- Gabby Concepcion and Janice de Belen had a teenage romance
- They were paired as a love team and their first film was entitled “Puppy Love”
- The throwback photo delighted fans especially when Janice made a comment on the picture
It was in the 1980s when Gabby Concepcion and Janice de Belen were paired as a love team. They also had a young relationship before there was the famous Sharon-Gabby reel/real pairing.
He recently posted a throwback photo of him with Janice where many netizens were delighted, swooned over, and felt “kilig.”
The photo was taken from Kislap magazine. The 53-year-old captioned the image with, “THROWBACK Kislap magazine. Sobrang cute ni @super_janice @popocaritativo @gellidebelen”
Janice made a comment on the photo, to which the actor responded. The actress asked:
“Where did you get the pic? Cure?”
Gabby replied and said: “May friend ako na super fan. Collection niya.”
Many fans loved the photo and wrote “kilig” messages on the comment section. Some comments included:
“So cute both janice and Gabby...i loveyou both idol”“waaaahhh mga idol ko noong 80's grabe sobrang kilig ko noon sa inyo sobra... lahat ng movies nyo napanood ko”
"soooo lovely couple.. sana may tv love series kayo ni janice together.”
“I have watched all your movies together then and it was just sad you never ended up as a couple for life (but at least now - friends for life!). I hope your "loveteam" can give us movies after movies including teleseryes. I bet they will be blockbusters. I truly miss you and Janice together in movies and TV.”
Janice and Gabby had a teenage romance back then and they first starred together in the 1982 film called Puppy Love. Janice used to call him “fatso” while he called her “amor.”
Last year, after more than 25 years, they reunited onscreen as they starred in an episode of Magpakailanman on GMA Network. They portrayed real-life couple Ariel Cruz and Julieta Manuel.
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