7 Dec - Although she was hesitant at first about discussing her love life, actress Alex Gonzaga recently revealed a few details about her new man.
As reported on Push, the 27-year-old, who previously revealed that she is currently dating someone, disclosed that her new beau, who was introduced by a friend, is studying law.
She went on to become the social media correspondent of the Philippine adaption (2013–) of the reality television singing competition The Voice (2010–).
She was replaced by the internet sensation Cheridel Alejandrino, whom was infamously known as the "Elevator Girl".
As for marriage, Gonzaga said that she will not be settling down anytime soon like her actress sister, Toni, who got married back in June, since she just signed her contract.
"Maybe I'll think about it after two years," she said.
She later on made her appearance as a main cast member on ABS-CBN's comedy gag television series Banana Split (2008–) and the title of being the highest grossing local film of all time in the Philippines.
However, despite this, the film received mixed to negative reviews from critics.
The cat started crawling out of the bag when Birdman showed up Sunday for Toni's Grammy Park performance in Brooklyn. It's unclear if he and Toni had a "run-in" later, but we're told they've been close for years ... Our sources say they're trying to keep it on the DL, and up until now they have.
We're told backstage was sealed off so very few people could see them together, but this pic of the rendezvous got out.
Her first major role was as a lead cast member on the ABS-CBN sitcom Let's Go (2006–07) and Gokada Go! She starred in the films I've Fallen For You (2007) and The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin (2014). Gonzaga has an elder sister, actress Toni Gonzaga, who helped her enter the industry.
Gonzaga gained nationwide fame for co-hosting the first (2013) and the second (2014–15) season of The Voice of the Philippines and the first season of The Voice Kids (2014), for which she won two PMPC Star Awards for Best Talent Search Program Hosts as of 2014. She graduated Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Education University of Asia and the Pacific.
She lasted the role until the series fourth season called Gokada Go! After her departure from the series, she joined the cast of different shows on the same network, such as Pangarap Na Bituin, Your Song and My Girl. Gonzaga withdrew from TV5 and returned to ABS-CBN, with her first project being a guest host of the fifth season (2014) of the Philippine adaption (2005–) of the reality television series Big Brother (1999–).