Kris Aquino has to be "courted" again by her ex-boyfriend Quezon City Mayor Herbert "Bistek" Bautista all over again.
That's if he wants to get her vote as a Quezon City voter should he run against next year.
"He has to convince me...wala naman atang tatapat sa kanya so siguro naman [I will vote for him]," Kris said in a report by GMA News.
The Kris TV host recently took to her Instagram account to share that she has transferred her voter's registration from Makati to Quezon City.
Kris admitted that she and the actor-politician briefly became a couple last year with the latter even asking her hand in marriage. Unfortunately, Kris shared that Herbert broke up with her just before the birthday of her you gest son Bimby.
Speaking of votes, Kris likewise commented as to who she would be supporting in the presidential race on the upcoming national elections.
Recall that her brother, President Noynoy Aquino formally endorsed former Department of Interior and Local Goverment (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas as the Liberal Party's standard bearer.
According to Kris, PNoy is hands off about who she's voting for.
"Mahaba ang pinag-usapan namin ng brother ko. He's not the type who will ever impose," she said.
Will she support Mar?
"Ganito na lang, ah, if I will not support the candidate of my brother, I'll shut up," she said adding that PNoy is well aware that veteran star Susan Roces, the mother of Senator Grace Poe, is special for her.
Meanwhile, the Etiquette for Mistresses star admitted that she's good friends with the Binays.
"We were never naman in the same ticket but my sisters and I are very good friends [with them]. In particular, his daughter and private secretary, Anne, is really a good friend and we've maintained our friendship," shared Kris.
She also added, "I don't think naman na may lamat kasi wala namang sinabi si Noy na super evil, 'di ba? And from the start naman they knew where Noy's heart was."
Last year, reports have it that Kris, together with her sister Ballsy and Pinky are supporting the Vice President in the 2016 elections.
"When I turned on my phone, ang haba na ng lecture ni brother so I remember that very distinctly... Sabi ko, 'I'd like to apologize if I put you [PNoy] in a bad light,'" said Kris.
"Sabi ko, 'You know there were certain words that were taken out of context and at the end of the day, alam mo naman na ikaw ang susundin ko,'" she ended.