Did Bea Alonzo (left) did not wear this Michael Leyva gown at the ABS-CBN Ball because it has the same color as Pia Wurtzbach's dress at Miss Universe (right)?
Instagram/Bea Alonzo (left); Philstar.com/File (right)
Bea Alonzo to Pia Wurtzbach: 'Anong nangyari?'
Jan Milo Severo (philstar.com) - October 17, 2018 - 1:56pm

MANILA, Philippines — The recent interview of Kapamilya host-actor Vice Ganda with Bea Alonzo on his show “Gandang Gabi Vice” fueled speculations that the actress and Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach are not in good terms. 

In the “Tanong Mo Mukha Mo” segment of the show, Bea and her “First Love” co-star Aga Muhlach were asked by Vice to ask a question when the beauty queen’s photo appeared onscreen. 

“Agad-agad ha,” Bea said upon seeing the photo of Pia. 

“Pia? Bakit? Bakit? Ano ba talaga?” Aga said. 

Bea later said that she has no question for Pia, but Vice encouraged Bea to ask a question because that is how the segment works.

“Anong nangyari?” Bea then asked Pia.

Vice did not anymore do a follow-up question as to why Bea asked that. 

"No follow-up question. Wala. Wala," Vice said.

It can be recalled that rumors began to circulate that Bea and Pia are not in good terms when Bea unfollowed  Pia and rumored boyfriend Gerald Anderson on Instagram last March, while Pia and Gerald were promoting their movie “My Perfect You.” Bea even deleted the movie’s poster on her Instagram. These sparked rumors that Gerald and Pia might have done something to offend Bea.

Bea and Pia became friends and worked together during their teen years in the youth-oriented show “K2BU.” It can be recalled that Pia admitted she was insecure with Bea back then because Bea was always cast in lead roles, while Pia only got minor parts. Such insecurity was told in Pia’s “Maalaala Mo Kaya” life story.

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