Is Angelica Panganiban Still Nursing A Broken Heart?

MANILA, Philippines - Actress Angelica Panganiban has seemingly become extra vulnerable these days after her breakup with Derek Ramsay hit headlines.

In two of her recent public appearances, the typically perky and happy young actress was caught bawling her eyes out.

The most recent of these was during the red carpet premiere of her newest rom-com opposite Piolo Pacual "Every Breath You Take" on Tuesday at SM Megamall. The reason for her tears at the event, however, went unexplained as she was not interviewed then.

A little earlier, in the May 14 episode of "KrisTV," the actress-comedienne also burst into tears after her handler Cris Navarro advised to love herself first before loving someone else.

On Monday, Ramsay finally ended rumors hounding their relationships by confirming that they've parted ways after six years via his official Twitter account (@iamderekramsay). He, however, underscored that there was no third party involved in their relationship and that, in fact, they still have the "utmost respect for one another."

"I'm not proud of the breakup! How I wish things were different. I can't be selfish and consider only my feelings," Ramsay told one of his followers.

The Fil-Brit actor-model through Twitter likewise cleared sexy Kapuso actress Sam Pinto's name as the supposed third party that caused their breakup.

"I don't even know sam. I've only worked with her," he wrote.

Note that prior to these clarifications, Ramsay already slammed rumors romantically linking Panganiban to box office actor John Lloyd Cruz, whom the latter worked with recently for the upcoming, all-star Star Magic anniversary film.

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