“Sa akin, bawal pa rin,” admitted Dawn.
“Kasi nga feeling ko ngayon, gusto ko lang iano si Anton… I think it’s bad enough that everyone is clamoring for two exes together…
“Parang nakakahiya naman sa husband ko. And of course, for my children, for them to watch something like that on screen, hindi ko pa masyadong ma-explain sa kanila dahil bata pa.
“Hindi naman niya sinasabing huwag, ako lang ang nahihiya.”
What if it really becomes needed in the story?
“I’ll cross the bridge when I get there,” said the actress of Walang Hanggan.
What is Dawn’s reaction to Richard Gomez’s plan to run as mayor of Ormoc City in 2013.
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“I wish him all the best although I’m sure the industry will miss him. I keep telling him, ‘Pag mayor ka, hindi ka na namin mapapakinabangan,’” she said with a smile.
“Doon ka na lang sa Ormoc. At least, he’s doing service naman for the people but I also think Richard is such a great actor and I think the industry needs more like him.
“If he wins, and I think he will, mawawala rin siya sa eksena, yun ang nakaka-miss.”
Is Dawn also open to the idea of running for public office?
“Wala talagang chance…I never really entertained the thought.
“Ang gusto ko lang talaga is to do what I love to do, which is acting.”
ON RITA AVILA. A few weeks ago, Rita Avila’s character was in the primetime series Walang Hanggan.
This afternoon, Dawn pointed out that Rita left the show for health reasons.