Is Bea Alonzo Ready to Start Dating Again? Here’s What She Has to Say

Four months since her controversial post on Instagram that signaled the end of her relationship with Gerald Anderson, Bea Alonzo can now confidently say that she has moved on.

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Tapos na ako doon, okay na ako (I’m over it, I’m now okay),” Bea told the media when asked about her breakup during a press conference of her upcoming film Unbreakable.

She shared that the experience has made her realize that there are more important things that are worth being concerned about.

“Okay na ako. Saka sobrang daming blessings ang dumating. Parang nag-360, parang ang daming dapat kong ipagpasalamat and na-realize ko ang dami pa palang mas importante sa buhay ko, hindi lang jowa,” she continued.

(“I’m now okay. Plus, so many blessings came. It’s like my life made a 360-degree turn, like I have so much to be grateful for, and I realized there are so many things that are more important in my life, not just having a boyfriend.”)

Bea was also asked whether she’s ready to move on to another person. In reply, Bea said no and that she still needs time for herself.

Wala pa naman po. Parang magpapahinga muna ako. Parang hindi ko pa kaya (There is no one yet. I think I’m going to rest first. I don’t think I can start dating again right now),” she explained.

(ALSO READ: Gerald Anderson’s Mom Says She Never Liked Bea Alonzo as His Girlfriend)

Bea and Gerald’s breakup became a hot topic among Filipinos, many of whom accused Gerald of allegedly having an affair with his Between Maybes costar Julia Barretto. Both Gerald and Julia denied the allegations. According to Bea, Gerald never broke up with her properly and “ghosted” her instead.

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