LOOK: Alodia Gosiengfiao ‘trolled’ by Chris Hemsworth
Alodia Gosiengfiao and Wil Dasovich had the chance to meet Chris Hemsworth in Indonesia during a junket for “Men in Black: International.”
The vloggers, known to fans by their couple name Wilodia, landed in Bali on Sunday, May 26. In her Instagram post, the professional cosplayer and gamer said she was going to meet Hemsworth and Tom Holland, who is promoting “Spider-Man: Far from Home.”
Gosiengfiao shared on Monday that she met the “Thor” star and on Thursday, May 30, she posted a picture of them making a heart with their fingers.
There was a catch: during the picture, Hemsworth put bunny ears on Gosiengfiao, which was captured in a video in her Instagram post.
“I asked for a heart and he gave me an extra surprise,” she said.
Meanwhile, Dasovich admitted he felt jealous seeing his girlfriend’s bonding moments with the hunky Australian actor.
“For moments I watched @chrishemsworth make heart shapes, akbay (put his arm around her), and even bumabunny ears with @alodia. But when he started speaking in [a] Pikachu voice with her, thats where I drew the line. I told him enough is enough and decided to challenge him to a 1 on 1 boxing match. No weapons, hammers, or magic allowed. Winner keeps Alodia,” he said on Instagram on Thursday.
During their photo op, the Fil-Am vlogger posed with Hemsworth as if they were about to get into a boxing match. Funnily enough, Hemsworth seemed confused with the fighting form, but went along with it.
Just days before, Dasovich poked fun at Gosiengfiao when she met Hemsworth’s brother, actor Liam Hemsworth, in Bali. When she approached Liam to ask for a vlog shoutout, he accommodated her but she was confused by his accent.
“Where’s your vlog? What’s your vlog? What’s the name of your vlog? You got a name?” the “Hunger Games” star asked her.
She was only able to respond with a “just say ‘hi’” as she directed the camera to them.
Dasovich captured the exchange on his Instagram Stories, which he jokingly referred to as an “epic collab.” /ra
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