Matteo Guidicelli finds a way to counteract evil image in Dolce Amore

"Ang sama-sama na ni Gian Carlo. Ang sama na ng character na 'yon. Ang dami kong bashers ngayon," says Matteo Guidicelli about his character in Dolce Amore.

Matteo Guidicelli discovers a new way to show Dolce Amore fans how different he is from his character Gian Carlo de Luca.

The Kapamilya actors turns to social media to show viewers how he and Alvin Anson (his uncle Fabio in the series) goof around behind the camera.

Recently, the two De Lucas used Facebook Live to watch
Dolce Amore simultaneously with their fans.

'Yon ang trip namin ngayon,” Matteo told (Philippine Entertainment Portal) in a short interview after the launch of Cobra Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship yesterday, July 7.

He continued, “Hindi ko alam kasi parang we feel in the screen we're really bad.

We have to show them that we're not bad in real life kaya nagla-live kami sa Facebook.

You know, good vibes lang, tawanan lang kami. Everybody smiles and have a good time.”

Since Gian Carlo showed his evil side in Dolce Amore, Matteo admitted he started getting negative comments.

Ang sama-sama na ni Gian Carlo. Ang sama na ng character na 'yon. Ang dami kong bashers ngayon,” said Matteo with a smile.

Instead of getting disappointed, Matteo said it's a positive sign that he's doing his job effectively.

He said, “In a way, mabuti naman kasi dapat ganun, dapat magagalit talaga sa akin dahil masama talaga si Gian Carlo.

“That's the role of my character, many things can happen to him.”

Matteo pointed out, “I'm very happy that everybody is appreciative.

“Kahit galit sila sa akin, they still say positive comments. I'm very glad about that.”

In the end, Matteo promised to give Dolce Amore fans to give a better show.

“I'm just trying to do my job every day, one hundred percent.

“The whole cast and crew of Dolce is working extremely hard just to put out a good show,” he concluded.

Ano ang masasabi ni @mateoguidicelli sa character niya sa Dolce Amore?

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