After almost 3 months of being single, is Bea Alonzo now ready to enter another relationship?
This is what the netizens are asking whether the Unbreakable actress had already moved on and now opens her heart again for another love.
Remembering during her birthday celebration last October, a short video clip of the actress and political scion Jake Ejercito being too close made rounds on social media.
At the time, the son of former President Joseph Estrada even shared an Instagram video of him in a staring contest with Bea, where he yielded almost instantly.
Following this, Bea also spotted spending some time with actor Dominic Roque in Tokyo, Japan in early November.
Dominic shared a photo of him with Bea and another companion at a restaurant, while the actress tagged Dominic in as her photographer in her own Instagram posts.
In the recent episode of Tonight With Boy Abunda, the two Unbreakable stars, Bea Alonzo and Angelica Panganiban were sitting on the hot seat.
Tito Boy didn’t waste the time to confirm these allegations to Bea.
First, she was questioned if Jake Ejercito asked her number, Bea answered, “No.”
“He just messaged me on Instagram. We don’t communicate constantly,” she added when asked whether he is courting her.
Next is the real score between her and Dominic Roque. Bea however, answered it straight and short.
“He’s a good friend of mine.”
The 32-year-old actress also revealed in a separate interview that she is not looking for another relationship at this moment or anytime soon.
“Sa ngayon kasi, parang sinasabi ng universe na, ‘Uy, mag-work ka muna, maging busy ka muna.’ Kasi hindi ko rin siya hinahanap, honestly,” she said.
The actress also took the chance to explain what she feels about forgiving the last person who broke her heart, not directly referring to Gerald, but everyone knows she was talking about him.
“Kung tatanungin mo ako kung kailan, hindi ko siya kayang sagutin. It’s part of the process, it’s part of my healing process.
“Of course, kahit hindi hingin, I have to. Forgiving yourself and forgiving someone is about freeing yourself from all the baggage, from all the pain that you have gone through, and just moving forward.”
She learned so much from that heartbreak and made her realized things that she thinks are important to her right now.
“Kapag galing ka sa isang breakup, hindi mo lang ibinabaon ‘yung relasyon ninyong dalawa, pero binabaon mo ‘yung that version of yourself kasama ng relasyon na ‘yun, that version of yourself who loved purely at nagmahal nang walang kapalit.”
“Somehow, gusto mo ulit buhayin ‘yon through your healing. Gusto mong hanapin ulit sa sarili mo kung paano ka magtitiwala ulit, at magmamahal nang buong-buo nang walang pag-aalinlangan. Siguro, ‘pag naabot mo ulit ‘yung pagkakataon na ‘yun, that’s the only time you can fall in love again.”
Her failed relationship, Bea said, has allowed for some healthy introspection.
“Ang dami kong na-discover sa sarili ko na hindi ko alam noon, na hindi pala ako dependent. Akala ko ‘yung happiness ko will depend on someone else. Okay naman pala ako, and I’m not saying this just so I can say I’m okay,” she said.
What can you say?