Paulo Avelino Doesn't Want To Assume Much In Dating KC ConcepcionPaulo Avelino clarified his admission that he is currently dating KC Concepcion after the TV host maintained she's still single despite going out with the award-winning actor.
Paulo said she was not aware of KC's Twitter post, and that he has to check first what she said.
After KC's Twitter post, some said it looked like Paulo was assuming they were exclusively dating. Paulo denied this and said he did not even reveal any details about their date.
For him, dating constitutes having dinner and talking with each other. Nothing more than that, he added.
Although many were surprised that the actor is more open now when it comes to his lovelife, they did appreciate Paulo's more open approach about revealing himself to the public.
However, the actor said that his admission on "Buzz ng Bayan" will be the last time he will talk about his lovelife. "I really would want to keep a private life, a very quiet and peaceful life."
Meanwhile, Paulo doesn't want to assume that KC's mother, Megastar Sharon Cuneta, approves of him as a suitor of her daughter. It is too early for him to speculate on the Megastar's thoughts about him since he doesn't know yet how KC feels for him.
"Of course, kung happy naman si KC, kahit naman siguro sinong nanay, kung nakikita sigurong masaya yung anak niya, siyempre magiging happy siya."
The actor, however, is not sure that he is the one making KC happy. He is sure there are many things that make the TV host-actress happy.
Paulo will be part of the film, "Status: It's Complicated." This is the first time the actor will be making a comedy since he has always been typecasted in heavy drama roles.
This is Paulo's first time to work with director Chris Martinez and Eugene Domingo. In the movie, he played the role of a geek who later on transformed into a "chickboy."
He enjoyed playing the part about being a geek since it's very close to his personality.
In "Status: It's Complicated," the award-winning actor was paired with Solenn Heussaff and Eugene Domingo.