After four years of being together, Bela Padilla and businessman/movie producer Neil Arce broke up. The real reason was never disclosed, but there are speculations that Neil Arce is now pursuing actress Angel Locsin. We know it might be hard for Bela, but she bravely answers the question if she thinks the two are now a couple. Watch it!
Just days after we posted Bela Padilla 2016 Year in Review, we were saddened to hear Bela Padilla’s revelation during the press conference of My Dear Heart that she and longtime boyfriend Neil Arce decided to part ways. She didn’t reveal the reason, but she says that they maintain as good friends/business partners. We are hoping for the fast recovery of Bela’s heart. Don’t worry, maraming work! 😀
MY DEAR HEART is the newest family-oriented primetime series of ABS-CBN topbilled by Zanjoe Marudo and Bela Padilla. During the grand press conference, a lot of people commented that Bela Padilla looks like Bea Alonzo, which Zanjoe agreed on. Hmmm… will love find its way thru this project soon?
Bela Padilla is an acclaimed actress with many achievements under her belt especially in 2016. She had consecutive movies, TV shows, and appeared in and recurring commercials endorsing several prominent brands.
While #CocoBel have a strong following due to their roles in FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Bela’s own relationship with longtime boyfriend, Neil Arce.
Here are the top 10 reasons that shows how Bela Padilla made 2016 her year.
#CocoBel – Oozing with onscreen chemistry!
1. #CocoBel! Coco Martin and Bela Padilla’s pairing became trending in 2016 with the success of their teleserye, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano. The CocoBel pairing clicked so much because of the chemistry they oozed during their scenes.
A scene of Bela Padilla as Erica Berry in I America
2. Praise for “I America”, Bela’s first Cinemalaya movie!
Directed by Ivan Andrew Payawal, “I America” is a comedy drama film chronicling the journey of a complex half-Pinay, half-Caucasian lady looking for American living in Olongapo City (Philippines) who tries to get her passport and US visa in order to meet her father personally for the first time. Many critics raved on Bela’s compelling acting propelling the movie well.
Her performance in I America has led to an endorsement for another indie project whose title she’d rather keep to herself for now.