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Nikki Gil Will Have A Traditional Wedding

Singer-TV host Nikki Gil will have a classic and traditional wedding with non-showbiz fiancé BJ Albert. The wedding will happen late 2015.

Nikki is not yet too busy preparing for her wedding, but they thought about the theme already. They want nothing out of the ordinary because they might see themselves 20 years from now and regret following the wedding trends.

It's easier for her to prepare for the wedding because her friends have gone through it. She can ask advices from Cesca Litton and Iya Villania. It was "unusually" easy and enjoyable for her.

She might not share the wedding as it happens, but she'll definitely post the special moments on her Instagram account. Nikki said she's not critical of those who make their weddings televised, but she joked that she wants to make sure she looks good in the pictures that will be shared.

Meanwhile, Nikki said she is now ready to revisit what happened to her two years ago when she and Billy Crawford broke up apparently because of a third party. Nikki said that as a singer, she must be able to express well herself and her emotions in her songs.

Nikki launched her newest album "Love Revisited" on March 18. She thinks she's more credible as a singer now because of what she has been through the past years.

She can relate more to the love and hurt songs she's been singing now because she experienced it. All the things she has gone through the past two years made her new album more soulful.

Her favorite track in her album is Ric Segreto's "Loving You." The track is a combination of complicated chords and simple lyrics about loving a person, Nikki said.

It's perfect for her wedding, although it would be weird to hear her own voice while she's walking down the aisle.

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