Joshua Garcia talks about how deep his friendship is with Loisa Andalio.
After being co-presentors at the first ever Push Awards, Joshua Garcia said he and his love team partner Loisa Andalio already felt honored to be part of the nominees for Best Tandem. He said LoiShua fans have given them nothing but positive vibes before and after the event with the award being taken home by Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo.
"Nakakatuwa sa kanila dahil sobrang positive nila nga kahit na nung na-nominate kami. Sana mag-stay na ganun lang lagi sila. Nagpapasalamat kami sa mga taong yun na walang sawang mahalin at suportahan kami. Thank you. I love you all. God bless,” he shared backstage during the Push Awards held last November 10 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila.
The 17-year-old teen from Batangas shared what he thinks of his love team with his former co-housemate inside Pinoy Big Brother. "Siguro yung magic ng friendship namin eh sobrang ano na, parang malalim na talaga yung magic na nakikita nila. Kasi kumportable kami sa isa’t isa eh. Parang wala na kaming pakialam sa nangyayari, yun yun,” he admitted.
Joshua gave us a smile when Push asked him what he thought of fans who would love to see him and Loisa one day become a real couple. "Kapit lang (laughs) kasi there’s something to look forward to. At enjoyin niyo lang,” he added.
After doing PBB together and being paired in the teleserye Nasaan Ka ng Kailangan Kita, Joshua can confidently say that he knows Loisa inside out already. "Parang kilalang-kilala ko na kasi si Loisa eh. So parang lahat na-discover ko na sa kanya, lahat ng pagkatao niya, talagang buong pagkatao niya. Wala naman siyang tinatago sa kanya. Tanggap ko yun,” he admitted. Loisa has mentioned in a previous interview with Push that she discovered Joshua is “pikon” which he does not deny but instead says at least she always makes the first move for them to make up. "Siya din yung makikipagbati na pipikunin pa niya ako, yung kikilitiin niya ako. Yun po,” he shared.
With plans to spend the holidays in Batangas with his family, Joshua said he hopes his next project will be something exciting and fun to do. "Okay ako kahit saang role pero siyempre huwag naman yung sobrang mahirap na role agad. Dun muna sa kaya ko pa po,” he shared.