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LOOK: Angelica Panganiban, JM de Guzman tease fans with ‘unconsummated’ kiss

/ 05:52 PM April 18, 2018

Image: Instagram/@1migueldeguzman

JM de Guzman surprised fans when he shared a photo of himself leaning close toward Angelica Panganiban as if he’s about to kiss her.

The teasing snapshot was uploaded on De Guzman’s Instagram account with the caption, “um. 1 thousand po ang presyo nito (Um, this costs a thousand).”

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Image: Instagram/@1migueldeguzman

De Guzman also uploaded several videos of himself with Panganiban on Instagram Stories. One of them showed the two sitting alone in a private screening room. De Guzman comments, “Andaming tao ah (so many people)”, to which Panganiban quips, “Andami nyang friends! Ako lang ba friend mo JM (He has so many friends! Am I your only friend JM)?”

Image: Instagram/@1migueldeguzman

In February the actor secretly sent Panganiban flowers as appreciation for her friendship. He said in a previous report, “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).”

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