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Chronicling the Bela-Vice-Ate Girl love triangle

Who has Vice Ganda’s heart? Bela or Ate Girl?

Star Cinema Admin
Star Cinema Admin

3/14/2018 in News
Chronicling the Bela-Vice-Ate Girl love triangle

Viewers might know her as the dancer girl from the “It’s Showtime” segment “Miss Q&A” Recently, she rose into a household name: Vice Ganda’s newest “love interest.”

She is Jackque Gonzaga, 23 years old, who is now more famously known as “Ate Girl.”

Her tandem with Vice started last January when she returned to “It’s Showtime” after her break. The Unkabogable Star said that he had missed her, and even mentioned how graceful her walk is and how beautiful her face is. It was when Anne Curtis asked her where she went on her break that built the chemistry between her and Vice.

“Nagpa-miss lang po, baka sakaling hanapin mo ‘ko eh,” Jackque said. 

Hence, the birth of ViceJack.

“Ate Girl” even received an early Valentine’s Day gift from the other half of ViceJack. It was a bouquet of flowers, stuffed toys, and items from Vice's cosmetic line. She replied with a short but sweet Valentine message. 


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“Kulang ang ‘[It’s] Showtime’ kapag wala ka,” Jackque said to Vice in one of their skits. This unusual pair still continues to give kilig moments to the viewers every time they exchange sweet lines with each other.

Here are some of their moments that made the madlang people go gaga in their seats:

The on-cam chemistry of the two is incredibly undeniable! Perhaps because Jackque said that she feels ~kilig~ whenever Vice teases her.

But what’s good in a perfect relationship? To spice things up, let’s sprinkle some competition. ;)

Actress Bela Padilla, who has been spending her time with the “It’s Showtime” family as a guest host, added ~tension~ to the ViceJack tandem. And people are really digging this triangle!

In their skit, the "Last Night" screenwriter wanted to get in the way of Vice and “Ate Girl.” She had written poems for Vice, heart-wrenching and emotional hugots that made her such an interesting addition to the growing story of Vice and "Ate Girl."

“Alam mo tinatamaan na ako sa mga nangyayari dito,” Vice admitted in the middle of his and Bela’s skit.

To tug our hearts even more, here are some moments of the Bela-Vice-Ate Girl love triangle.

Vice, who is acting as a man for the skit, is torn between the two lovely ladies who have eyes on him. With the two girls waiting and fighting for his answer, the competition is truly on!

Now, whose side are you on? Bela or “Ate Girl?”

Follow this love triangle on “It’s Showtime” which airs from Mondays to Saturdays.