As early as the first month of 2020, actress Bea Alonzo has appeared in not one, but two magazine covers.
For their January 2020 issue, the 32-year-old star fronted the pages of lifestyle magazine Esquire Philippines and fashion magazine Preview, both talking about her healing journey following her controversial breakup with fellow actor Gerald Anderson last year.
“I’m rediscovering myself right now — that’s actually what I’m excited about. I’ve always been in a relationship, that’s the thing, [so] it’s very liberating that, right now, I’m setting my goals just for me. I don’t have to think of another person; right now, all I want is to do a lot of movies and see if they can compete outside the country,” Bea was quoted as saying in her cover feature for Esquire Philippines.
Bea Alonzo, our January cover star, is ready for what’s next: “I’m rediscovering myself right now—that’s actually what I’m excited about.” Tap the link in bio for the full story. Produced by Clifford Olanday and @paolochua • Photographs by @e.s.l.chen • Styling by @thedizriz • Interview by @smuckers01 • Makeup by @antheabueno • Hair by @hairbybrentsales • Production assistant @rolanndmae • Shot on location at @hiltonmanila
She also told Preview: “What I’ve realized is that sometimes you have to embrace your demons, and embrace your vulnerable side, before soaring above it.”
"I thought losing someone that I really loved would kill me when I was in that relationship. And when I lost him... Actually, I’ve never felt more alive.” #BeaAlonzo is honoring her pain and rising beyond. Read our insightful and honest cover story with Bea in the link in our bio! #BeaLovesPreview Produced by Marj Ramos Photographed by Colin Dancel Art Direction by Bacs Arcebal Co-produced and Written by Jam Nitura Fashion Direction and Styling by Yanna Lopez Beauty Direction by Nicole Arcano Makeup by Robbie Piñera Hair by JA Feliciano Shoot Assistant: Teresita Gabat Shot on Location at UP College of Fine Arts. Bea Alonzo wears Bottega Veneta on the cover
“Hold on to it, savor it, endure it. After that, you’ll be okay,” she added.