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Is Lovi Poe teaming up with Gerald Anderson?

  • Lovi Poe is set to star in two Kapamilya projects
  • She recently had a vacation in U.S.
  • Gerald Anderson is rumored to be one of her new her leading men

Kapuso actress Lovi Poe is set to make a comeback with two upcoming projects in the Kapamilya network. She returned to the Philippines last June after a six-month vacation in the United States.

One of her tentative projects will be made for ABS-CBN’s streaming app, iWant according to a report of Jun Lalin from Pang-Masa. It was rumored that Lovi will be collaborating with Kapamilya star Gerald Anderson.


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“Oo nga pala, speaking of Kapamilya leading men, may narinig ako na may gagawin daw si Lovi sa iWant ng Kapamilya network. Sabi, si Gerald Anderson daw ang kapareha roon ni Lovi,” Lalin wrote.

Gerald last starred in the Black Sheep movie Between Maybes with co-star Julia Barretto. The movie trended due to their controversial kiss which later led to rumors of a relationship between the two stars.

Meanwhile, Lovi had her last movie in 2018 titled as The Significant Other with Erich Gonzales and Tom Rodriguez under Cineko Productions.

For now, Lovi is lined up for the Viva film titled In Between Goodbyes with the collaboration of two Kapamilya hunks Marco Gumabao and Tony Labrusca.

Marco and Tony are known for their sexy roles in their respective hit movies Just a Stranger and Glorious.

According to ABS-CBN News’ Mario Dumaual, the upcoming movie will be a sexy drama involving the love story of three people with one of them being a ghost.

It will be helmed by Director Joel Lamangan and written by Ricky Lee. The movie’s release date and other details were not yet revealed.

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