MANILA - "It's Showtime" hosts Kim Atienza and Teddy Corpuz shared how they make their respective wives feel special during Valentine's Day.
Atienza stressed that couples who have been married for years should still make it a point to express their love for each other.
"Alam mo, tuwang-tuwa ang misis ko kapag tinatrato ko siyang dalaga. Alam mo, after 12 years of marriage, 'yung romance medyo nakakalimutan natin. Simple things like flowers paggising sa umaga o kaya pagbukas niya ng kwarto, nandoon may petals sa kama. Kahit sa matagal nang kasal, pwede pa rin 'yan," Atienza told viewers of "It's Showtime" on Monday.
"Alam niyo guys, hindi naman importante kung gaano kamahal ang ibibigay natin, basta maipadama natin kung gaano ka-special ang mahal niyo sa Araw ng mga Puso," he added. "It doesn't have to be objects. It can be acknowledgement. 'I love you,' sabihin mo nang paulit-ulit."
Corpuz, for his part, said he usually writes a song for his wife on Valentine's Day.
"Ako, usually ang binibigay ko ay kanta. Nagsusulat ng kanta at saka 'yung mga note na maliliit na susundan niya," he said.
Meanwhile, Billy Crawford was evasive when asked by fellow "It's Showtime" host Vice Ganda how he will celebrate Valentine's Day.
Crawford admitted last month that he is courting Coleen Garcia, who is also part of the ABS-CBN noontime program.
"Ay espesyal, espesyal," he briefly said.