Watch: Bea and John Lloyd in an Instagram Live Film by Antoinette Jadaone

Kilig is definitely real.

Whether they’re trying to relive their old movies, throwing their own lines, or real feelings, we don’t really know. What we know is that if you’re a fan of the OG love team John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, your kilig is definitely all over.

To what was supposed to be a tutorial on how to cook bagoong rice, fans of Bea Alonzo were in for a much bigger treat. They were able to relive the 2000s kilig of John Lloyd and Bea loveteam.

On Monday, April is 27, Bea went live on Instagram. However, she thought it was too boring to have no one to talk to. She got declined by some people, but ended up talking to someone whom we didn’t expect: ‘THE’ John Lloyd Cruz.

Their talks started with some playful rounds of Q and A, but eventually turned serious when Lloydie reflected on where he was in life. While he wad away in Cebu, he admitted how lonely he still felt.

“Pero, iba pa rin. Parang may pag-iisa pa rin. Parang ito ata ang pinakamalungkot na uri ng pag-iisa…’yung pinapalibutan ka ng mga tao,” he said.

They eventually turned into talking about the relief drives and aids amid CoVID-19. Bea has been spearheading donation drives and fundraising activities for those who were greatly affected.

John Lloyd and Bea were vocal about being reel partners, nothing more than that.

Though during the live, Lloydie tried to touch on their closeness after a back-and-forth of their most iconic lines from TV and film during the Instagram Live.

“Nandoon ka nung nagmahal ako, nandoon ka nung nasaktan ako, nandoon ka nung wala akong matakbuhan, nandoon ka nung kailangan ko ng kaibigan, nandoon ka nung kailangan ko ng kausap. ‘Pag binabalikan ko lahat ng ‘yan, minsan ‘di ko na alam kung ano pa tayo…kung sino tayo. Pero ok lang kasi ‘yung mahalaga ‘yung nandoon ka. ‘Yun lang, sapat na ‘yun,” John Lloyd said.

If you’ve reached this part, SURPRISE! You’re in for another treat.

The IG live of Alonzo and Cruz is an avant-garde film piece of The Unconfined Cinema. This was organized by fil critic Philbert Dy and award-winning writer, editor, and film composer Erwin Romulo. They were also revealed to be the producers of such film alonf with director Dan Villegas.

Just yesterday, April 29, it was revealed that the IG live is an experimental short film entitled “Love Team,” written and directed by local filmmaker Antoinette Jadaone.

This project is a way for the filmmakers to continue telling stories “in this unprecedented time of quarantine… when movie production is impossible.”

“Love Team,” the post reads, “is a love story—whether romantic or in its other forms—told entirely within Instagram. It is a story of our times.”

Regardless if they were only trying to read lines, relive old movies, whatever it is, we’re all hoping for them to both find their own happy ever after — John Lloyd and Bea loveteam.

On Monday, April is 27, Bea went live on Instagram. However, she thought it was too boring to have no one to talk to. She got declined by some people, but ended up talking to someone whom we didn’t expect: ‘THE’ John Lloyd Cruz.

Their talks started with some playful rounds of Q and A, but eventually turned serious when Lloydie reflected on where he was in life. While he was away in Cebu, he admitted how lonely he still felt.

“Pero, iba pa rin. Parang may pag-iisa pa rin. Parang ito ata ang pinakamalungkot na uri ng pag-iisa…’yung pinapalibutan ka ng mga tao,” he said.

They eventually turned into talking about the relief drives and aids amid CoVID-19. Bea has been spearheading donation drives and fundraising activities for those who were greatly affected.

John Lloyd and Bea were vocal about being reel partners, nothing more than that.

Though during the live, Lloydie tried to touch on their closeness after a back-and-forth of their most iconic lines from TV and film during the Instagram Live.

“Nandoon ka nung nagmahal ako, nandoon ka nung nasaktan ako, nandoon ka nung wala akong matakbuhan, nandoon ka nung kailangan ko ng kaibigan, nandoon ka nung kailangan ko ng kausap. ‘Pag binabalikan ko lahat ng ‘yan, minsan ‘di ko na alam kung ano pa tayo…kung sino tayo. Pero ok lang kasi ‘yung mahalaga ‘yung nandoon ka. ‘Yun lang, sapat na ‘yun,” John Lloyd said.

If you think they were all talks, Lloydie also sang Bea a song. He sang ‘You Are My Sunshine’.

On the course of their conversation, when Lloydie was almost done performing, someone knocked on JL’s door. It was someone carrying Elias, Lloydie’s one-year-old son with Ellen Adarna.

For the first time, Lloydie introduced the boy on camera as he made Elias wave for Bea.

Regardless if they were only trying to read lines, relive old movies, whatever it is, we’re all hoping for them to both find their own happy ever after.

Sarah Ladeza
"Cebu needs no Disneyland because it is already a wonderland."

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