A lot of people suggest Maja Salvador find a new man in her life and keep things low-key and under wraps. But, is that really the case?
“For the record, I am single. I am dating but not exclusive. My heart beats and yes, it beats on its own.”
That’s Maja for you. She has actually stated so (in vernacular) in an interview with some members of the press last week when she was introduced as the newest brand ambassador of AMA Online Education (AMAOEd), the country’s first full online education program.
Previously, the 28-year-old Kapamilya actress was linked to actor John Lloyd Cruz, with whom she was seen hanging out a few times. The two starred in a romantic movie One More Chance, as a couple.
In August, Maja surprised many when she revealed on Instagram that she went on a date with John Lloyd to watch the romantic movie How to be Yours, top billed by her ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson and Lloydie’s perennial on-screen partner, Bea Alonzo.
Fans speculated that a romance could be brewing between her and Lloydie while others commented the two just simply attended the film’s screening just to show support for their friends.
“From the start, he (Lloydie) is one of the people in the industry that guides and inspires me. I used to call him Itay and he used to call me Baby Girl. And in one of our projects together, I play the role of his girlfriend, and there’s a kissing scene. So, everything was a bit awkward that’s why we decided to stop calling each other that way,” Maja explaining her Instagram post with caption ‘Goodbye Itay, Hello Lloydie.’
Apparently, Lloydie is being seen again going out with his former flame, Angelica Panganiban. And by the looks of it, Maja and Lloydie, just like most normal adult people who enjoy the company of the opposite sex other than their partners, are just really close friends.
Meanwhile, on her being AMAOEd’s celebrity ambassador Maja told Manila Standard she is excited to share this life-changing experience with other actors and celebrities who are tied to their mad schedules and showbiz engagements.
“I wanted to inspire other actors in the industry to find time to kick start their dream of finishing their education. AMA Online Education offers a very flexible program. You can go through to the modules whenever and wherever you are. As long as you have an Internet connection, you can log onto the site and begin to study. Who knows, with a terrible traffic on Edsa baka tapos mo yung course stranded ka pa rin,” she quipped.
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