Aki Torio and Josh Padilla gamely answer random questions about themselves

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Aki Torio and Josh Padilla are two of the neophyte young stars of today from TV5. From being ordinary kids to becoming popular ''boys next door,'' these two have really made a good start in their career.


Having 46,543 hits in their Facebook fan page, it just proves that the teen TV series Bagets: Just Got Lucky gets good feedback from its target audience.

To be extended for another season, this group of teenagers has sure made their way to the hearts of their viewers.

So far, Aki Torio has the biggest number of followers in their Facebook fan page. Having 21,337 ''Likes", surely this pure-Japanese neophyte actor charmed a lot of female viewers.

The bad boy turned good boy in the show, Josh is not left behind—hitting 12, 089 likes on their fan page. Indeed, he inherited his good looks and great talent from his father Gino Padilla.

So, to let you know them better, we asked Aki and Josh some trivia.

What is your favorite film?

Aki: Harry Potter Series and Iron Man 1 & 2, siguro po yun ang pinakagusto kong pelikula.

Josh: Tropic Thunder, usually po, the movies that I really enjoy watching yung mga comedy. Nakakatawa po siya, very funny, tapos witty po yung pagka-deliver ng lines, and daring po siya when it comes to pagpapakita ng acting skills po, it's quite different.

Who is your favorite actor?

Aki: Gerald Anderson. Okay naman po siya umarte, parang gusto ko po gayahin. [Papalaki ng katawan], tapos tatangkad din po, ganun.

Josh: Actually I like many actors po, pero one of my favorites is Steve Carell. Facial expressions niya, yung way niya ng pag-show how funny he is, it's very open, mafe-feel mo talaga yung gusto niya sabihin, yung comedy.

What is your dream get-away destination?

Aki: Puwede po sa Japan? Kasi mahal ko talaga sa Japan. Puwede din po sa Amerika, kaso puro English naman dun, lalong hindi ko maintindihan dun sa Amerika. Kasi nakaka-miss po yung family at kaibigan ko po [sa Japan].

Josh: I'd really want to go to Belgium. Masarap din yung mga chocolates! And it's really near Europe, Paris, and all, that parang malapit lang po, just take a train over there, kinuwento po ng tita ko. Kasi my tita and couple of my cousins live there sa Belgium. So, I'd really want to visit them again, e, wala pong oras. Tapos parang school din po, everything is becoming so hectic po, the schedules.

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What is your most memorable encounter with a fan?

Aki: After po ng show, pag nandun sila, minsan gagala po kami. Pag niyaya nila ako, sasama po ako sa kanila, kasi nakakatuwa naman po yung ginagawa nila. Gumagawa po sila ng tarpaulin kahit hindi ako nagsasabi na 'gumawa ka ng ganito.' Parang pinapakita talaga nila kung gaano nila ako kamahal, ganun. Tarpaulin, minsan may teddy bear pa na kasama, tsaka ewan ko po, siguro nafe–feel nila na nagugutom ako, nagbibigay sila ng pagkain 'tsaka water. Minsan nililibre ko po sila ng pagkain pag sa labas, ganun.

Josh: Actually po since we do mall shows and all that, yung mga fans nandoon. Nothing too drastic naman with me, picture-picture lang. Like nung birthday ko po, it was during taping, a day after ng birthday [ko]. Nag-plan sila ng surprise, like bumili sila ng maliit na cake, may mga candles pa, nagulat po ako. This was in DLSU (De La Salle University) (Dasmariñas, Cavite).

What do you look for in a girl?

Aki: [Yung] nakakatulong [sa akin], parang ganun po. Kahit busy ako naiintindihan niya, kasi po minsan, di ba, kung hindi ako magte-text nagtatampo sila, nagagalit ganun. So ayaw ko po ng ganun. Wala po kasi ako pakialam sa lahi, basta nagkaka- match yung ugali, 'tsaka mabait.

Josh: Smart! Smart and independent, coz siyempre, you'd want someone na smart, independent and caring. Tapos yung looks, plus na po yun, it's a plus. It's not definitely na kailangan stunning, but it helps.

What is the hardest thing in being a "bagets" or teenager?

Aki: Pinakamahirap habang bata pa, parang bata kahit ano puwede mong gawin, pero may limit din. Pag matanda na po, kahit ano puwede na po, so parang bata kung saan gusto pupuntahan, kailangan ng pera kasi wala ka pang trabaho, di pinapayagan ng parents. Pero pag may edad na, may trabaho, may pera [pag tinanong] 'saan ka pupunta?' sa Japan, sa America, puwede na.

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Josh: I remember po dati, yung voice ko po. Yung transition from the tinny, minnie voice, tapos medyo nagka-crack po, 'tas pumipiyok, then buo. Kinakausap mo yung tao, halimbawa kausap mo yung crush mo, biglang pumiyok ka ganun, medyo mahihiya ka.

What is the best thing in being a "bagets" or teenager?

Aki: Siguro po kahit ano gagawin. Siguro may barkada, puwede pa din akong mamasyal, ganun. Kasi pag tumanda na kailangan mag-isip ako ng matured, 'tsaka parang dapat isipin mo na tamang salita, tamang sasabihin. Kasi po pag bata kahit ano puwedeng sabihin, ganun, yun po siguro ang pinakamasaya.

Josh: Right now, you enjoy being with friends. Mostly talaga if you're a teenager, what you really want to do is hang out with your friends, have memorable things to do, yung outings and all, all these hardships on school.


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