The comedian actor Vic Sotto is one of the most charismatic and most attractive men for young girls. The past few years up to now, a lot of younger women have been linked to the legendary actor.
What makes girls fall for Vic Sotto?
Ai Ai Delas Alas is one of the women that always found Vic Sotto so attractive and she even reveals the reason why a lot of women have fallen in love with Vic Sotto.
For the latest celebrity update, the comedy concert queen shares the basis why a lot of girls always fall for the veteran comedy actor.
“Misteryoso. Tsaka nakakatuwa kasi si Bosing. Napaka-cariñoso.”
In cooperation of Ai Ai and Vic in their team up for the fantasy-comedy “Enteng ng Ina Mo” is their entry in the Metro Manila Film Festival this year. The collaboration of the two most successful film franchises Ai Ai’s “Ang Tanging Ina Mo” and Vic’s “Enteng Kabisoto” brings back together since they last worked in the GMA Network sitcom ‘1 for 3’ in 1997.
During their press conference of their movie ‘Enteng ng Ina Mo’ in the ABS-CBN compound, Ai Ai said that Vic is her boss during ‘1 for 3’ and he was the producer in that time then now they are equal footing as lead stars portraying the characters of Enteng Kabisote and Ina Montecillo. She also said that Vic is very kind in terms of his female co-stars.
“Sobrang bait ni nosing at gentleman din. Ipagkukuha ka niyan ng upuan. Nahihiya nga ako kasi kunyari bibigyan niya ako ng upuan, sasabihin ko, ‘Hindi, Bosing, huwag, sa’yo na,’” she said.
The reporters or press also questioned Ai Ai about her thought on why much younger girls fall for Vic and now the 57 years old is being linked to his 23 year old co-host Pauleen Luna of Eat Bulaga.
“Mahirap i-explain eh. Pero ‘pag ikaw yung babae, bibigay ka sa mga pakulo niya, eh. Pag babae ka, magkakagusto ka talaga. Sa sobrang pogi niya, namamatay na lang [yung pagkakagusto ko sa kanya]. Respeto na lang ang natira; pinigilan ko na yung iba.”
Their Movie ‘Enteng ng Ina Mo’ is set to release on December 25, 2011 in all theaters and it is produced by Star Cinema, M-Zet and OctoArts Films.