Angelica Panganiban’s mystery flower sender is JM de Guzman

/ 03:47 PM February 22, 2018


Angelica Panganiban’s mystery man is finally out.

Last January, the “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes” star shared a picture of a rose bouquet on her Instagram Story—but did not reveal who was behind the thoughtful gesture.

One of the rumored admirers was former flame Carlo Aquino, though he denied it. However, he did give her a bouquet of white roses for Valentine’s Day.

READ: Carlo Aquino sends Angelica Panganiban Valentine flowers (and did they spend the day together?)

JM de Guzman finally owned up to the flowers on “Push Now Na” with Darla Sauler.

When Sauler asked if he had given the flowers, he simply nodded.


On why he did the gesture, he said, “To show appreciation sa pagiging kaibigan niya (to show appreciation for her friendship).”

He added, “Siya yung klase na binibigyan mo ng bulaklak kahit hindi Valentine’s (She’s the kind of girl you give flowers to even if it isn’t Valentine’s Day).”

He said, however, that he wasn’t ready for love, and when asked if Panganiban could be his girlfriend, he replied, “Asa pa ako (I shouldn’t even hope).”

The two were co-stars in hit romcom “That Thing Called Tadhana” and have teased that they could do a sequel together.

De Guzman shared that director Tonette Jadaone is “halfway through the script,” though there’s no timeline on when it will be released.  Niña V. Guno /ra


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