- Paolo Contis, after almost two months of not updating his Instagram page, has finally shared a new post
- He uploaded a photo of him recreating a huge sculpted head seen in a video taken by J-Hope of BTS
- It can be recalled that Paolo became trending on Twitter after Filipino netizens noticed his resemblance to the sculpture
- In his hilarious caption, the actor could not help but agree to the said netizens
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Paolo Contis has finally updated his Instagram page with a hilarious post.
In the said post he shared on Tuesday night, the actor showed a photo of him recreating a huge sculpted head seen in a video taken by J-Hope of BTS.
To recall, the sculpture became trending on Twitter Philippines after Filipino netizens noticed its resemblance to Paolo.
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In his caption, Paolo could not help agreeing to the netizens.
“Trending daw to kahapon, kaya chineck ko na din! May point naman sila!” he wrote.
Meanwhile, his funny post garnered various reactions from netizens:
“Hehe kamukha mo nga!”
“Pang world class ka na rin”
“paolo contis, sanaol nakapicture mga kpop”
“Haaaa parang mag ama”
“Parang mas gwapoo ka nmn yata jan?? Lolo mo yata yan eh??”
Paolo Contis, is a Filipino actor and comedian of Italian descent who appeared in his acting debut as a child actor in the ABS-CBN show "Ang TV". He was born on March 14, 1984. Contis is half-Italian (from his father) and half-Filipino (from his mother). He was a popular child actor where he already appeared in various movies during the mid-1990s. Despite being cast in the popular teleserye Mara Clara, Contis was better known for being part of the kids-oriented program Ang TV and the primetime sitcom "Oki Doki Doc". He has won several awards, particularly at the PMPC Star Awards.
Paolo Contis, trending online matapos nakitaan ng pagkahawig sa sculpture na nasa video ni J-Hope ng BTS
Paolo trended on Twitter after fans point out his resemblance to the sculpture taken by one of the members of the Korean boy band BTS, J-Hope. After only an hour of posting, the Pinoy actor immediately trended with more than 2,665 tweets from fans who named the head “Paolo Contis sculpture”. Information provided by Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts said that the sculpture, called “Mask II” is a self-portrait of artist Ron Mueck.
Earlier, Paolo's "A Faraway Land" co-star Yen Santos also returned to social media. On her IG Stories, the actress uploaded snapshots of her vacation with her friends. In one of the photos, it could be noticed that Yen cut her hair short and she now has lovely bangs.