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Loisa Andalio thanks Ronnie Alonte for his love and support: ‘Andito kami para sa isa’t isa’

Star Magic artist Loisa Andalio talks about how her boyfriend Ronnie Alonte helped her cope with the pandemic over these past two years.

Loisa Andalio thanks Ronnie Alonte for his love and support: ‘Andito kami para sa isa’t isa’-Rhea Manila Santos
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Rhea Manila Santos

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03/05/2022 09:23 AM
Loisa Andalio thanks Ronnie Alonte for his love and support: ‘Andito kami para sa isa’t isa’
Photo credit: @iamandalioloisa Instagram

When she first joined ABS-CBN as a housemate on Pinoy Big Brother in 2014, Loisa Andalio never imagined that her stint on the long-running reality show would end up being out of the most standout moments in her life.

“Ang highlight ng career ko PBB talaga kasi doon ako nag-start din eh. Yun yung nagbukas ng pinto para dito na makapasok ako sa loob ng ABS-CBN and marami pa akong ni-lu-look forward para next time ay masasabi kong mga highlights pa,” she shared during the Kapamilya Strong event launching Star Magic’s 30th anniversary celebration. 

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Admitting to having experienced challenges as well since the start of the pandemic in 2020, Loisa is grateful not just to her home network but also to boyfriend and fellow actor Ronnie Alonte whom she has been in a relationship with for more than five years already.

“Siyempre parte talaga ng ABS-CBN, ng Star Magic, at siyempre si Ronnie din kasi talagang nakakagulat yung mga pangyayari nung pandemic. Parang sa iba nakaka-trauma talaga yung nangyari and sobrang happy ako kasi pamilya talaga kami dito. Talagang andito kami para sa isa’t isa. Ganun yung nangyari nung pandemic kaya hindi ako nangamba. Talagang magtiwala ka din kasi hindi ka din nila pababayaan talaga,” she admitted. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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After leaving the Pinoy Big Brother house in 2014, Loisa joined It’s Showtime’s all-female dance group GirlTrends which was formed two years later. She then met Ronnie on the noontime show where he was a member of the Hashtags. The couple went public with their relationship in 2018 and fans started calling their real-and-reel love team “LoiNie.”