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Francine Diaz, Seth Fedelin admit feeling awkward toward each other as a loveteam

Both Diaz and Fedelin have co-starred together in Kadenang Ginto (2018-2020) and Huwag Kang Mangamba (2021).

In a YouTube vlog uploaded on Saturday, July 16, Francine Diaz and Seth Fedelin admitted they felt awkward toward each other as a loveteam.

Fedelin said he was used to being paired with a different female star before. Diaz and Fedelin were part of the Gold Squad. Diaz got previously paired with Kyle Echarri while Fedelin was part of SethDrea together with Andrea Brillantes.



“Parang awkward. Konting awkwardness kasi nakasanayan na namin na almost three years, apat kami na hindi lang kami dalawa lang ni Francine,” Fedelin said.

Diaz said their awkwardness was not rooted in a negative reason.

“Siguro kasi yung pagka-awkward po hindi naman yung sa point na bad. Nasanay po kami na yung loveteam namin before ay magkaiba,” Diaz added.

The two stars admitted that they were astonished for not receiving criticisms as a loveteam.

“Nagulat kami na tinanggap po siya ng tao. Tinanggap po siya ng mga manonood lalo na nung unang labas,” said Fedelin.

“Sinabi rin samin ng mga bossing na ‘wow ha, walang bashing.’ Kami pong dalawa hindi kami mahilig pumatol sa mga bashing. Yun po yung maganda saming dalawa. Hindi namin iniisip yung bashing.”

Diaz stated that they were both happy for receiving support for their loveteam and their project.

“Natutuwa po kami kasi ine-expect namin na hate yung mare-receive namin nung mismong storycon ng ‘Dirty Linen.’ Pero kabaliktaran siya, tinanggap kami ng mga tao. Yung tandem namin ni Seth. Nakakatuwa po,” Diaz shared.

Their first project together, Dirty Linen, is slated to air soon.

They also starred in the music video of Ace Banzuelo’s Muli.

In January of this year, the two young stars got rumored to have celebrated New Year together after Diaz’s mother posted pictures on facebook. Dating speculations of the two surfaced.



Both Diaz and Fedelin have co-starred together in Kadenang Ginto (2018-2020) and Huwag Kang Mangamba (2021).

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