Bea Alonzo talks to "Hi!" magazine about going sexy

"I don't have anything against sa pagpapaseksi or anything, pero hindi ko pa na-imagine ang sarili ko on that aspect," Bea Alonzo candidly said during an interview with Hi!. Her good friend, Angelica Panganiban, on the other hand, thinks that Bea has what it takes to go daring.

Does Bea Alonzo think about doing an Angelica Panganiban?

"As of now, hindi ko po alam, pero ayoko rin po magsalita ng tapos. Hindi ko rin po alam if kaya ko kasi I don't find myself naman po na seksi, e. Unlike Angel [Angelica], she's so sexy at daring talaga," said Bea in an exclusive interview with Hi! magazine.

The idea about Bea's going sexy stems from the fact that people notice the drastic change in Bea's figure.

"Naku, kinarir ko po talaga ang pagda-diet. I watch what I eat. Alam ninyo naman po na ever since I started, talagang hirap ako magpapayat so this time, I decided na dapat tuloy-tuloy na," she proudly shared.

Bea added that it took her months to shed off those excess pounds.

She also talked about her platonic relationship with perennial on-screen partner, John Lloyd Cruz.

"We were not close ni Lloydie before, pero sa tagal na rin naming magkasama sa trabaho, sobrang comfortable na kami sa isa't isa," said the young actress.

As far as the real-love angle goes, Bea had this to say: "Mahirap din kasi na maging more than friends kasi baka maapektuhan din ang work namin, so better na we are really good friends."

Angelica Panganiban asserted that Bea has all the right to go sexy if she chooses.

"Why not, ‘di ba?" smiled Angelica.

"Naglolokahan nga kami during pictorial. Tinuturuan ko siya kung paano mag-pose for men's magazine pictorial and all," she laughed.

Aside from Bea and Angelica, the October 2007 issue of Hi! also had an interesting conversation with Marimar sweetheart, Marian Rivera.


The BS Psychology, minor in Computer Applications graduate recalled the time when she worked inside the mental hospital in Mandaluyong as part of her internship.

"One-on-one sessions sa pasyente. ‘Tapos kakausapin mo sila, magkukuwento rin sila sa ‘kin. Tapos bibigyan ko ng exams, titingnan ko kung ano'ng problema nila," she shared enthusiastically about her pre-fame days.

Marian also talked about her struggles living independently when she was just 20 years old, the same age she first started in show business.

All these and more in the October 2007 issue of Hi! now available in leading bookstores and magazine stands nationwide.





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