Bubbly girl Maymay Entrata found herself in the hot seat when Robi Domingo asked her, “Masakit pa ba puso mo?” during a live show of iWant ASAP. It all started with Robi joking how Darren Espanto and Edward Barber’s complete in-home livestream equipment upstaged his overall setup. Maymay quipped that she was outshined and “hurt,” either. The quick-witted Robi added in the punchline but Maymay was just as cunning. Maymay pretended experiencing technical problems to shun the topic.
That episode featured Thailand’s newest heartthrobs Bright Vachirawit and Win Metawin from the phenomenal BL (Boy Love) series “2gether.” The breakout stars revealed that they never dreamt of making it big in the acting business. Bright’s childhood dream was to become a doctor while Win, currently in his 4th year of studies, wanted to become an architect.
Nonetheless, they fell in love with acting and they’re happy that destiny introduced them to each other and made them on-screen partners. The duo is also grateful for the viewers’ overwhelming support. “We’re really thankful for you, guys for supporting us and for liking Sarawat, Tine and the other characters in the series,” said Win.
Besides acting, Bright is also into modelling, hosting, and, singing. When asked which of these is the closest to his heart, Bright answered, “I really can’t say which one I like the most but for me, singing is the most interesting for me now.”
He does cover songs as well, with John Legend’s “All of Me” and Daniel Caesar’s “Best Part” among the most trending uploads. Bright and Win made a promise to always stick around and be honest with each other. In unison, they told their Kapamilya fans, “Mahal ko kayo!”
Besides the Thai superstars, all-boy group SB19 also made an appearance in this episode and answered questions from netizens.
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