Dennis denies that he and ex-girlfriend Jennylyn has gotten back into each other’s arms
Finally setting the record straight, Dennis Trillo belied that he has rekindled romance with ex-girlfriend Jennylyn Mercado.
Dennis made the clarification during his live appearance on the Sunday episode of The Buzz. Rumors about their reconciliation began online after blogs noted Jennylyn’s Instagram activity of late which showed her constant liking of Dennis’ posts.
Then there’s also the singer-actress’ recent post of a lyrics of the song After All while tagging Dennis, which many speculated pertains to their love story.
According to Dennis, he was very well aware that Jennylyn would be posting the lyrics of the said song.
“Aware kasi sinabi niya sa aking eh ‘Okay lang ba ipo-post koi to tapos ita-tag kita?’ Kasi siyempre meron kaming kanta doon sa album niya. Para ma-promote nalang,” he explained.
What’s more is that Dennis somehow has an idea that the said post might raise speculations about the status of their relationship. However, he denied that it was the song that could best describe their relationship as of the moment, “Hindi naman. Natuwa lang kami sa kanta kasi medyo bagay siya.”
Despite being in a tiptop shape, Dennis is keen on staying single for now so that he can focus with his son Calix with whom he spends time with every weekend.
“Yeah and kahit hindi weekend basta walang work I see to it na makabawi ako sakanya dahil may times na everyday ang work, meron namang every other day so hinahanapan ko talaga ng time,” shared The Janitor star said of his son with former girlfriend Carlene Aguilar.
Dennis openly shared that his Grade 2 son is actually smart enough to ask him if he has a girlfriend which he answers with, “Sinasabi ko wala pa kasi ayokong mawalan ako ng time sa kanya.”
Ideally, the 33-year-old hunk hopes to end up with a woman whom he considers to be pretty much like him.
“Well mahirap talagang maghanap ng talagang kasundo mo pero siguro para mahanap mo ‘yun kailangan parang ako ‘rin. Kailangan marami kaming things in common,” he said adding that, “Hindi naman kailangan artista.”
But the most important characteristic that he’s looking for according to Dennis is that, “Siyempre kailangan malawak rin ang pag-iisip kasi siyempre dito sa trabaho natin ang daming pagseselosan. So dapat maintindihan niya.”
Dennis, along with Richard Gomez, Alex Medina, Sunshine Garcia, LJ Reyes, Ynez Veneracion and Nicco Manalo are starring in the award-winning indie film The Janitor by director Michael Tuviera which will hit the theaters on October 8.