MANILA – Joshua Garcia clarified that there is no awkwardness between him and Loisa Andalio on the set of their upcoming series, “The Good Son.”
On the sidelines of their digital conference on Thursday, Garcia said he and Andalio are both professionals and there is nothing to be worried about.
When asked if they talk to each other on the set when the cameras are not rolling, Garcia said: “Oo naman, oo naman.”
However, Andalio had a different answer when asked the same question.
“Hindi naman po nag-uusap. Doon lang po kami sa eksena nag-uusap na. Pero okay po kami. Pero wala na lang po kaming dapat pag-usapan po,” she said.
Garcia and Andalio were romantically linked two years ago during their stay in the “Pinoy Big Brother” house.
Currently, Garcia is dating Julia Barretto, while Andalio is being linked to Ronnie Alonte.
In the same interview, Andalio maintained that she was at ease when she interviewed Garcia and Barretto during an episode of “ASAP Chillout.”
“Hindi po [ako naiilang]. Kasi silang dalawa ni Julia, sanay na ako sa kanila na ganyan sila, na sweet. Siguro po nabigyan na lang ng meaning ng ibang tao kasi first time po nila kami nakita together on screen. Pero sa akin, wala po talaga,” she said.
“Nagulat na nga lang po ako na may nagsabi sa akin na nag-viral. Akala ko naman kung anong video. Yun pala ayon. Nagulat na lang po ako na nabigyan po ng meaning,” she added.
When directly asked if she is already in a relationship with Alonte, Andalio said: “Hindi po. Talagang good friends lang po kaming dalawa na walang malisya. Magkakaibigan lang po kaming lahat.”
Aside from Garcia and Andalio, “The Good Son” also stars Jerome Ponce, Elisse Joson, Mccoy de Leon, Nash Aguas, and Alexa Ilacad.
It also features screen veterans Albert Martinez, Eula Valdez, and Mylene Dizon.
“The Good Son” will premiere on September 25 replacing “A Love To Last,” which will air its finale on September 22.