Pauleen Luna Has Nothing Against Freddie Aguilar’s May-December Affair

Pauleen Luna’s affair with Vic Sotto has positive influences.

Luna is often asked about the controversial romance of 60-year old Freddie Aguilar with a 16-year old minor because of her own May-December love affair with Sotto.

But as she herself emphasizes that there is no comparison, as she is no longer a minor like Ka Freddie’s teen girlfriend.

She is turning 25 on November 10 and she is the first one to admit that her relationship with Vic has a positive influence in her as it helped her gain maturity in so many ways, especially in the way she thinks about the future.

Can we hear wedding bells for them soon? She answered that they do not pressure each other about such things.

About the Freddie Aguilar affair, she says she has nothing against it.

As long as they respect each other and they do not step on other people, she does not see anything wrong with it.

The showing of ‘Gaydar’ the movie where she plays a starring role for the first time, is perfect for her birthday as it opens on November 13.

And since her birthday falls on a Sunday, she had probably busy promoting ‘Gaydar’ on various TV shows on that day.

Meanwhile Vic is now so busy shooting ‘My Little Bossings’ with Kris Aquino, Bimby and Ryzza Mae Dizon for the filmfest.

What she really wants to do is to hold a party for the kiddie patients sa ChildHaus.

It is her way of giving back the blessings she receives.

She might not know it but Vic is said to be planning to take her to Macau to watch the latest fight of Manny Pacquiao as part of his gift for her.

In ‘Gaydar,’ she plays the role of a young woman who has very poor gay radar in detecting if a man she fancies is gay or not.

Here, she is secretly in love with Tom Rodriguez, but she is not sure if he swishes, so friends give her tips on how to find out if Tom is bading or not, resulting in some very funny complications.

The hilarious romantic-comedy is directed by Alvin Yapan of the award-winning ‘Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa.’