Dennis Trillo Shuts Door On Former GirlfriendsDennis Trillo has closed the door when it comes to any reuniting with his former girlfriends in the entertainment industry.
The admission came from Trillo when he was asked at a recent press conference in Quezon City for his and Tom Rodriguez’s album.
When the Philippine Entertainment Portal asked Trillo who among her ex-girlfriends he would dedicate the song “One More Try” to, he quickly answered “Wala!”
He added, “Wala talaga akong mapili, kasi wala na akong gustong balikan sa kanila—wala na talaga.”
Because of this, he said that it is really not appropriate to dedicate to any of his past girlfriends.
In the Philippine showbiz industry, Trillo’s former romances include Carlene Aguilar, Cristine Reyes, Jennylyn Mercado and most recently Bianca King.
Nonetheless, Trillo revealed that he may dedicate a song to someone “important” if ever he gets to record another album.
“Siguro sa susunod na album, magkakaroon ako ng mga bagong kanta para maialay ko sa isang tao talaga na importante…Sa ngayon, wala e,” he said.
Even so, Trillo really stressed that he does not want to renew romantic ties with his ex-girlfriends saying, “Hindi na, hindi na.”
He said that he will only be friends again with his past lovers but if one is talking about going back to the way things were when they were in a relationship, Trillo said that he would rather not.
According to Trillo, he is currently happy with his life and the things that are happening to him.
“Wala akong planong balikan yung mga masasaklap na pangyayari sa buhay ko,” he said.
Asked to clarify whether all his past relationships could be classified as “masaklap,” the actor backtracked and said that he did not mean to describe all his past relationships as like this.
He said that they are “masaklap” in the sense that he was not as happy then as he is right now.
Clarifying further, he said that he is really happy being single and being adored by his fans.
Meanwhile, Trillo launching his album with Rodriguez comes hot on the heels of the duo hitting television gold with their show “My Husband’s Lover”.
The album, titled “TomDen” for Trillo’s and Rodriguez’s “love team” name, features solos and duets by the two lead actors of the show.
Dennis sang “Kailanman,” “It’s Over Now,” and “Stay” while Tom sang “Ikaw Ang Sagot,” “Photograph,” at “Hey, It’s Me.” for the album.
Produced by GMA Records, the TomDen album also features “One More Try” and “Forever”.
“Forever” and “It’s Over Now,” Trillo related, are the songs he can most relate to in the album. This is why he likes these songs in the album aside from “Photograph” which he said he has liked since he can remember.
“It’s Over Now,” he said, is “bagay…dun sa mga nakaraan.”
“Tapos yung 'Forever' naman, napakagandang love song kasi niya, e, ang ganda pa ng pagkaka-areglo,” he added.
He also said that he likes the fact that people liked his version of “Forever” even if it has been remade countless times by other singers.
Meanwhile, Tom Rodriguez was also interviewed during the “TomDen” album launched.
He was asked what song best fits his current love life. According to Rodriguez, there isn’t exactly a song in the album that would describe his love life at the moment.
If there’s one song that he can sing for a person special to him, he said it would be “Ikaw Ang Sagot”.
Rodriguez and Trillo are both excited for the upcoming “My Husband’s Lover” US tour, especially Rodriguez, PEP reports.
According to the actor, he would try to have his family see the concert when it visits San Diego. His family save for his sister, he revealed, still has not seen him perform.
“Susubukan ko, kasi San Diego, two hours lang pauwi sa amin, e, so at least puwede nilang i-drive lang,” he said.
Rodriguez used to live in the US before rising to fame in the country. According to him, his family still has not experienced watching him in a show.
The “My Husband’s Lover” will visit the San Mateo Performing Arts center in San Mateo, California on November 22; the Thunder Valley Casino in Sacramento, California on November 24; the Lindale Middle School Auditorium in Maryland on November 30; the Amazura Concert Hall in New York on December 1; the Centinella Performing Arts center in Glendale, California on December 7; and San Diego California on December 8.