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HEARD: No Aquino-Grace Lee reconciliation



TV host Grace Lee

TV host Grace Lee says there’s no hope of her reconciliation with President Benigno Aquino III, whom she dated for a while in 2012. “It’s no longer my place to talk about him. I’m not dating anyone; I wish people would stop making up stories. Men are scared to court me! But I hope to get married before I turn 32.” Marinel R. Cruz


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  • Catdoggie

    Ho-humn….I feel sleepy with this news..Time to sleep..Or this could be a media bait to say something not good about P’noy and Team Pinoy financed by politicians with deep pockets. Nothing worthwhile to read in this article. Enlighten me pls…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_44JMK2UGPXICPBKLDGLKPXLXWQ Loy

    Surely, her father told her daughter categorically that he does not want a grandson or a granddaughter who will have certain mental abnormalities. Indeed, Mr. Lee may have required her daughter to ask the girlfriend to show her a Medical Certificate before proceeding further with the relationship. Naturally, the girlfriend will never want that Med Cert to get public.  Otherwise, that document becomes impeachment material.

  • Victor Carl

    Real men are surely not scared to court you. It’s just unfortunate that you have not met real men.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H47CPJUE4QYKFUCKSUXK3LNBGI Allan

    marrie before she turns 32? how old is she?



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