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Sweet proposals in Star Cinema films By Lista Macuja

With the John Prats-Isabel Oli, Heart Evangelista-Sen. Chiz Escudero, and Marian Rivera-Dingdong Dantes engagements recently making the headlines, isn’t this an inspiring time to get engaged too?

Star Cinema Admin
Star Cinema Admin

9/29/2014 in News
Sweet proposals in Star Cinema films By Lista Macuja

Just this year alone, several celebrity couples got engaged. It got grander from one proposal to another, some we saw on live TV, others through social media.
These proposals may have inspired gents planning to pop the big question to their lovely sweethearts. But to those who are still looking for options, consider these suggestions based from Star Cinema movies:
1. Propose at the airport the grandest way possible.
If you’re like Miggy (John Lloyd Cruz) in “It Takes a Man and a Woman” with a substantial budget for a proposal, then why not go grand? Connive with people at the airport, from guards to janitors to stewards and even passengers, and ask them to sing your theme song (“Kailan,” as in the film) as your beloved enters the vicinity. Ask your friends and older siblings to sing – even if they look awkward doing it. More importantly, take it as an opportunity to also ask her parents for her hand in marriage.
2. Propose and propose until you succeed.
If she has commitment issues, or if you want to prove your love after breaking her heart, then don’t stop at the first proposal. In “I Do,” Lance (Enchong Dee) popped the question to Yumi (Erich Gonzales) at the hospital. When she said no, he sent her flowers plus a “Will you marry me?” card, put up a “Yumi Punongbayan, will you marry me?” Facebook page, pulled off a mall proposal complete with placards, and finally, took her to the church where she’s been dreaming to get married.
3. Propose when she wakes up.
You can keep it simple, too, if you like. In “I Love You, Goodbye,” Adrian (Gabby Concepcion) flashed an engagement ring to Lizelle (Angelica Panganiban) when she woke up after a long sleep. With no frills or flowery words, he told her, “I want you to marry me. I want you to be my wife.”

4. Propose through a “fake” event.
There really are no boundaries when it comes to proposals. In “Bride for Rent,” Rocco (Xian Lim) whipped up a fake audition for Rocky (Kim Chiu) to attend. She was asked to bring her whole family to an empty park, where, after a pseudo-interview, Rocco finally went down on his knees and proposed.
5. Propose in a place significant to both of you.
In “Starting Over Again,” Ginny (Toni Gonzaga) professed her love for Marco (Piolo Pascual) in front of a fountain. That’s where he also proposed to her, complete with a red carpet, flowers, and balloons, plus their closest family and friends. It’s just too bad that she said no…

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