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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Jolina Magdangal's wedding on hold

At 28, Jolina Magdangal is ripe for marriage, especially now that she had found the "perfect lifetime partner" in the person of lawyer Albert "Bebong" Muñoz, 33, her boyfriend of six years (on Jan. 19 next year).

But how come Jolina is putting their much-talked-about wedding "on hold"?

In an exclusive interview with Funfare Monday afternoon at Annabel’s Restaurant after she signed a one-year contract as endorser of the Sundance Direct Sales Line (clothes, shoes and bags), Jolina explained why.

"Our focus at the moment is the elections in May next year," said Jolina who looks more petite and doll-like with her new short hairstyle. "It’s hard to get married while we will be busy with the campaign. It takes time to prepare for a wedding."

Which simply means that when Bebong starts campaigning for his congressional bid (for the second district of Caloocan City), Jolina will be beside him, all right, but she won’t yet be Mrs. Bebong Muñoz, contrary to what many people are expecting.

Bebong has come back for good from the US where he worked as a lawyer for a few years, purposely to devote his time to public service.

"Politics is not an alien territory to me," Bebong once told Funfare. "Even as a student, I helped campaign for some candidates."

This early, Jolina has been accompanying Bebong on "familiarization" visits to the various barangays in Caloocan City’s second district.

"We go to wakes," said Jolina, "we attend fiestas, we get invited to the coronation of local queens including gays."

Jolina has no objections to Bebong’s foray into politics.

"We have talked about it long before," said Jolina. "I am 100 percent behind him in whatever he does."

Asked if she herself would run for any public office, Jolina smiled.

"No. I leave it to Bebong. Hanggang suporta lang ako sa kanya."

Thus, with the election campaign just behind the corner, how can Jolina and Bebong attend to wedding preparations?

"We can always do it after the elections."

Win or lose?

Incidentally, did you know that since she was 18, Jolina has done more than 60 commercials and product endorsements (starting with Sunsilk and with the Rebisco commercial as the latest)?

Monday’s Sundance contract-signing was attended by Sundance managing directors Peter Yu and Joao Pajaro, national sales manager Joseph Aguilar and marketing/operations manager Vicky Rivera.

"Sundance will keep up with Jolina’s image as a fun fashionista and trend-setter," said Rivera. Please visit link.


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