After months of speculation, Wil Dasovich confirmed that he and Alodia Gosiengfiao are in a relationship.
In his video blog dated February 13 (U.S. time), Wil said, “So, yeah. She's my girlfriend. Secret's out! Yihee! We’re official!”
Wil, 26, went on to say that he and Alodia, 29, have been a couple long before he was diagnosed with cancer in August 2017.
The ex-Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 housemate elaborated, “When we started travelling together.
"She travelled with me out of the country and we went to so many places and stuff.
"Why would she just come along and travel with me?
“Not to mention after I got diagnosed, she's the only person that came out with me and hung out with me and visited me and basically lived with me. She would do that every few weeks.
“She would go back, do a job or whatever celebrity interview or commercial she was doing at the time. She always go back after a couple of weeks.
"That says enough."
According to Will, he thought it was obvious that they are in a relationship when he started showing videos of them kissing, cuddling, and holding hands.
He added, “I guess, we thought it was confirmed like multiple times.
"There were so many videos and months that went by that, ‘Oh, that’s confirmation, right?’"
NOT FAKE NEWS. Apparently, Wil's friend Nico Bolzico was not spreading “fake news” when the latter declared the ex-PBB housemate and Alodia as the “new official couple” back in September 2017.
Wil said, “So Nico's right all along.
"We never denied that by the way. I just said don’t believe everything you read.
"I wasn’t saying it wasn’t true. I just said take everything with a grain of salt.”
But what’s really sweet about Wil’s 16-minute video confession was when he asked why Alodia went through the hassle of traveling to the U.S. just to see him.
Alodia’s answer was simple but heart-melting, “It’s fine. You can’t bring back time.’”
Wil agreed, “Good point. Time is the most valuable thing.
"And what you do with that time and who you decide to spend it with."
Wil announced that he’s officially cancer-free as of February 2, 2018 or after six months of treatment in the U.S.