Toni Gonzaga writes song about 'wedding feelings'

By Reyma Buan-Deveza,

Posted at Jun 11 2014 10:53 AM | Updated as of Jun 11 2014 06:53 PM

Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano

MANILA - Actress-host Toni Gonzaga revealed that she wrote a song to capture her feelings about getting married.

But Gonzaga, who is in a relationship with director Paul Soriano, was quick to add that what she wrote is not her wedding song.

"I have a song that I wrote not for the wedding, but 'yung feeling ko sa amin ni direk Paul, not necessarily for the wedding kasi wala pang wedding," she said during the launch of her newest album, "Celestine," on Tuesday.

"It was actually a song para kapag ikakasal ako, it has something to do with walking down the aisle, seeing his face and knowing that he is going to be with me for the rest of my life. Parang ganoon," she added.

Gonzaga will celebrate her eighth anniversary with Soriano this June.

The actress-host hinted that Gary Valenciano will be one of her wedding singers should she decide to tie the knot.

"Nakakatuwa si Kuya Gary kasi sabi niya noong one time we were rehearsing sa 'ASAP,' sabi niya, 'Toni, I want to sing in your wedding.' Sabi ko, 'Kuya Gary, bakit? Hindi pa ako engaged.' Sabi niya, 'Wala lang, gusto ko lang in case you are going to get married I would want to sing for you and Paul.' Kasi that's where we met, sa concert ni Gary V. He was directing the Gary V concert," she shared.

In a previous interview, Soriano admitted that his next "big project" is to marry Gonzaga, his long-time girlfriend.

Gonzaga, who turned 30 in January, has likewise been vocal of her plans to settle down with Soriano, noting that both her parents are "ready" for the prospect of her getting married.

"The ball's in my court," Soriano said in an earlier interview. "I guess for me, my plan [to propose marriage] is when she least expects it."

Aside from promoting her album "Celestine," Gonzaga is busy hosting "Pinoy Big Brother: All In" and taping her weekly show "Home Sweetie Home" with John Lloyd Cruz.