ChardGel is back! Richard Guitierrez and Angel Locsin are giving a major major kilig throwback for the fans of ChardGel loveteam. Regal Entertainment had Richard and Angel as guests for their live chat sesh.
Regal Entertainment said their Facebook comment section was bombarded with messages as soon as they announced Richard and Angel would be their guests.
During the chat, Angel was asked by a netizen named Cha Monforte if the COVID relief efforts along with other humanitarian acts that the actress had done were in preparation for her to enter the world of politics. The netizen also thanked the actress for all the efforts she made for the community.
Angel said, “Public servant naman po kami bilang mga artista eh!” Since their lives are very public, they have always been a public servant. Angel also said that they are doing this not only for themselves but for others.
But entering politics? Angel said, “Hindi talaga! Sobrang Hindi. Wala sa utak ko yun.”
Richard, knowing Angel for several years now, also spoke up about the actress.
Richard said that Angel is a good leader, a good example to others, and an inspiration to many.
Angel rebuffed that she is more of a good follower than a leader.
Richard jokingly said, “Mas leader ka!”
Angel was once listed in Forbes Asia’s Philanthropy List for aiding disaster relief efforts, among other causes.
I never thought @ForbesAsia would ever mention my name, lol. Thank you! Filipinos have always been known for “bayanihan”. I’m nowhere near from being a billionaire, but I try my best to do my part in my own little way. I hope this would inspire other people to help as well. https://t.co/e6tnCcSc1k
— Angel Locsin (@143redangel) December 4, 2019
The magazine recognized the former Darna star for helping victims of both natural and man-made crises in the Philippines.
“Over the past decade, Locsin has donated as much as P15 million to causes such as educational scholarships for students, supporting the economic and political rights of indigenous people, and ending violence against women and children,” Forbes said of the actress.
Angel Locsin was there when Taal Volcano erupted. Together with the Philippine Red Cross, they started a relief operation to help the evacuees.
Angel was there in Mindanao when the earthquake shooked Davao.
For the COVID-19 pandemic, she helped set up tents to house the overflow of patients at hospitals and to provide a resting area for frontliners.
Richard and Angel were on the virtual set of Regal Entertainment as their hit 2006 movie, I Will Always Love You which will be shown online for free.