Matteo Guidicelli on Sarah Geronimo new hairstyle: She looks hot!

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

SHE looks hot!

This was how Cebuano actor Matteo Guidicelli described the latest hairstyle of his rumored girlfriend, Pop Princess Sarah Geronimo.

The 23-year-old actor faced the entertainment press on Tuesday afternoon for the thanksgiving press conference of afternoon series "Galema: Anak ni Zuma," with leading lady Andi Eigenmann.


At one point during the event, Matteo was asked to comment on Geronimo's controversial new haircut.

"Sarah never looked as beautiful as today. She's very beautiful with her short hair. She looks good and I'm proud of her. She looks hot. She's very beautiful," Guidicelli said.

To recall, Geronimo cut her hair short to the surprise of many fans.

Rumors then resurfaced in showbiz grapevine that the singer/actress supposedly did this to rebel against her parents who are allegedly opposed to her relationship with Guidicelli.

When asked on this matter, Matteo's only reply was "I don't know."

He also declined to discuss his relationship with Geronimo's parents.

"Wag na natin pag-usapan yan. Okay na yun. Wala akong masasabi. Basta we respect everybody, they will respect us back," the actor said.

Asked about his special "friendship" with Geronimo, Guidicelli said everything is okay between them.

Geronimo and Guidicelli were recently spotted attending a church service together, dispelling rumors of a supposed falling out between the two.

"Everything is good, we're good. Everybody's happy. Rumors are always rumors. Basta everything is positive and I try to keep it positive. Everything’s okay," he said.

Meanwhile, Guidicelli was asked if it was right to sometimes question the decision of the parents and stand up for what someone believes in.

The actor said that just like any other family, he sometimes argue with his parents but he is thankful that they are always there to guide and support him.

"I believe na our parents are the foundation of who we are. We learn from them, I think 80 percent were from our parents, they teach us what's right and wrong, the values," he said.

"But I think when you're at the age of 18 or 21 or kung anuman edad mo na when you have to be yourself, it’s up to you to make your own decisions in life," he added.

"You’re parents taught you to trust the right person and they taught what’s right for you. My parents trust me that when I go out in the outside world, I’ll make decisions. If I fall I’ll stand up and learn from it. It’s one thing I learned from them, when you fall, you stand up stronger," Guidicelli said.

When it comes to the matters of the heart, Guidicelli articulated his stand. "I'll do anything for love. If I love the person, I would fight for what I think is right," he said. (Sunnex)


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