Galit-galit muna! Bea, Gerald, Julia and Joshua arrived solo at the ABS-CBN Ball

Galit-galit muna! Bea, Gerald, Julia and Joshua arrived solo at the ABS-CBN Ball

- Among the most anticipated stars in ABS-CBN Ball were Bea, Gerald, Julia and Joshua

- Netizens were intrigued because of the recent controversies they got involved in

- The four controversial celebrities went to the ball solo

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Former couples Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson, and Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia each arrived solo to the ABS-CBN Ball on Saturday.

Bea and Gerald had graced the red carpet together from 2016 to 2018.

Barretto and Garcia also attended the ball three consecutive years starting in 2016, when their love team was formed.

Four months before the ball, both relationships were rocked by intrigues which eventually resulted to breakups.

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On Saturday, Alonzo, Anderson, Barretto, and Garcia each showed up without a partner on the red carpet.

Alonzo said doing so was “empowering” and “liberating,” noting that it was the first time in 10 years she went to the annual gathering of stars by herself.

Gerlad, meanwhile, quipped that he had several dates in his male co-stars in an upcoming action teleserye: Nash Aguas, Elmo Magalona, Yves Flores, and Jerome Ponce.

Barretto said she was “full of gratitude” for being part of ABS-CBN, which, through the ball, is celebrating 65 years of being in the service of Filipinos.

Garcia was more direct about going dateless, saying being “single” is something to be enjoyed, too, as much as being in love.

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