Sarah Geronimo talks about the making of 'It Takes A Man And A Woman' and her thoughts on being single this coming month of hearts.
According to thousands of online fans, the teaser of the Sarah Geronimo-John Lloyd Cruz starrer It Takes A Man And A Woman
(which can be seen on ABS-CBN Online's YouTube account) promises to revive the kilig factor of their first movie team-up A Very Special Love
. The teaser revealed that the characters Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro have obviously went their separate ways after the former went through with her plan to work in New York. This adds spice to the plot since the viewers will witness how or if they will end up together again.
According to Sarah, she was also able to rekindle her friendship with John Lloyd while making the movie. It took them three years before they got the chance to do a sequel to You Changed My Life. But from the looks of it, the two remained to be a kilig team-up even to this day. "Siyempre yun ang goal namin, ang maibalik yung kilig. Kumbaga yung kilig na naramdaman nila sa first movie pa lang. Sana maramdaman nila ulit yun."
As for those who can't wait for the PopStar Princess to enter a relationship in real life, she stressed that her lack of love life doesn't necessarily make her feel incomplete. "Hindi naman yun ang makakapagkumpleto sa akin as a person.Yung pagmamahal ko talaga, unang-una sa Diyos at sa sarili ko. Kailangan matutunan ko yun. Siyempre panalo ako sa pagmamahal ng mga tao sa paligid ko, wala na akong hihilingin pa," she added.
Grab a copy of The Buzz Magasin's February issue for the exclusive behind-the-scene photos of John Lloyd and Sarah on the set of It Takes A Man And A Woman. Other featured stories include Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla's launching movie, John Estrada's thoughts on his happy family life, Enchong Dee's tell-all interview about his failed romance with Julia Montes, celebrity forum on being single this coming Valentine's Day, True or Tsika Lang, and nine hottest blind items today.