Cristine Reyes graces the cover of YES! magazine's May issue, where she talked about the people that made her a controversial star.

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The May issue of YES! magazine discloses the real thoughts of Cristine Reyes about Sarah Geronimo. 

She says of Sarah, “Na-babad trip kasi ako, nagso-sorry palagi… ‘Sorry, CK, may nasabi ako sa presscon…’ ‘Tas, gagawin na naman niya uli!...

"Ayun, nag-sorry na ulit siya sa ‘kin…

"Ganoon daw talaga siya pag masyado siyang natutuwa…

"Sabi ko, ‘Kung meron pang pain, p’wedeng itago mo nalang off-cam?’”

 

She says about Dennis Trillo:  “…wild kami, sobrang intense ‘yong love for each other. Parang right love, pero hindi tama ‘yong oras namin.”

 

About Rayver Cruz, she tells YES!, “Kung ano ‘yong hinanap ko kay Dennis, si Rayver lahat nagbigay.  ‘Yong ipagsigawan mo sa mundo na mahal mo ako, ginawa niya.  Um-effort sa Mommy ko, sa mga kaibigan ko.  Lahat, ginawa niya na hindi nagawa ni Dennis.”

 

Cristine also reveals the side she rarely shows—that she is thrifty, hard-working, sensible, independent, and organized who sees God as her biggest “kakampi.” 

Her conversations with YES! take place as she tours the magazine around the living and dining rooms, kitchen, bedroom and closet in her new home. 

This peek into her home is an exclusive she gave only to the number one entertainment magazine.

 

Also in this month’s issue, YES! discovers that behind the Xian Lim’s heartthrob façade is an obedient son and a traditional, even conservative, Pinoy boy, provides the definitive answer to the questions about the end of the Vicky and Hayden relationship,  and features all the details of the kiddie parties of the stars—from the guests to the décor to the birthday cake.