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Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz bring back the kilig

Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz left their fans gushing with kilig after their IG interaction.

Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz have broken the internet with their kilig overload.

On Monday, April 27, Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz set social media on fire with their unexpected Instagram video chat.

Bea was just looking for someone to talk to her on IG when suddenly John Lloyd joined in on the conversation.

The two started their chat in a light mood with John Lloyd asking Bea what were some of his favorites. The two even had an exchange of their famous lines from their previous teleseryes and movies.

Their conversation started to get serious when John Lloyd touched the topic about his child.

John Lloyd shared how he fears for the future of his child Elias, especially in these times. He said he’s frightened about the environment that Elias will grow up in. He even mentioned how easy it is now to kill and be killed in the streets.

John Lloyd has also shared disappointment with the government’s slow action on the COVID-19 crisis which started their arguments.

While Bea kept on reminding JLC to just be positive and optimistic the two eventually settled to agree to disagree. John Lloyd even said that with their 18 years of friendship, arguments and discussions about socio-political matters should always be okay.

But after the serious topics, the two went back to lighter talk and started to tickle the kilig bones of their fans who were watching their live IG chat.

Netizens were then left gushing in awe and kilig as they share their sentiments on Twitter.

Time and again, John Lloyd and Bea have proven that they are indeed the best love team with undeniable chemistry.

They don’t need to make gimmicks of being together or being in love with each other in real life and yet they made several blockbuster movies. Really a rare cinematic partnership.

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