Vice Ganda On ‘Baby Boy’

MANILA, Philippines - Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda is happier these days, thanks to his special someone only known to the public as ''baby boy.''

''Special. Pinapasaya [niya] 'ko, pinapatawa niya 'ko,'' Vice said in a taped interview aired on ''The Buzz'' Sunday.

The comedian's love life was once again put under the spotlight when, exactly a week ago, an unexpected phone call from ''baby boy'' was aired as part of his taped interview with real life couple Bea Alonzo and Zanjoe Marudo in his show, ''Gandang Gabi Vice.'' At one point, ''baby boy'' called Vice, ''baby girl'' and expressed, ''I love you'' more than once.

Of the incident, Vice related, ''Siya tumawag. Habang nagte-taping kami, tumawag siya. Eh dire-diretso lang 'yung camera, rumo-rolyo lang. Ta's inagaw ni Bea sa 'kin 'yung phone, tapos ini-speaker niya.''

But even though a part of their personal life has inadvertently been made public, it seems that ''baby boy'' has not thought much of it.

''Alam niya naman eh, bago pa n'ung Linggo sinabi ko na sa kanya. Inaway na niya 'ko bago pa nag-Sunday. Kaya n'ung Sunday alam na niya, tumawa na lang din siya,'' Vice shared.

Meanwhile, on the question whether or not he'll be spending a ''warm'' Christmas this year, Vice replied in the affirmative, but clarified, ''Lagi naman ako may kasama eh. Kundi si 'baby boy,' 'yung mga barkada namin kasama ko. Lagi akong may kasama. Sinisiguro kong may kasama ako. Hindi ako papayag na mawalan [ng kasama].''

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