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Piolo talks sexy in late-night show

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THINGS got a little hot in the Kapamilya studio when Piolo Pascual talked sexy during an interview on “Tonight with Boy Abunda” over ABS-CBN recently.

During the “Fast Talk” portion of the program, Abunda asked Pascual about the best song to play while making love.
“The Look of Love,” said Pascual, who sang the opening line of the 1967 song composed by Burt Bacharach and originally sung by Dusty Springfield.

In jest, Abunda also asked Pascual to give a name to his private part. “Diego,” the hunk actor answered, as fans and members of the audience screamed their delight.

Pascual also talked about the sexiest part of a woman’s body and the moment he felt sexy.

The actor appeared on the show to promote his latest movie “Love Me Tomorrow” which reportedly earned P13 million on its opening day. It also stars Dawn Zulueta and Coleen Garcia.

Abunda recalled what Zulueta had said during her appearance in the same talk show. Zulueta said that the most challenging part about making the movie was when she looked at the eyes of Pascual.

Sought to comment, Pascual said: “I don’t know. Ginagawa ko lang naman ang trabaho ko. I think it just shows sincerity and your interest pag naka-tingin ka sa kanila. That means interesado ka sa kausap mo.”

Pascual also said that he does not see himself as the most desired man in the country because he wasn’t a stand-out growing up.

“Lumaki kasi akong hindi pogi so I don’t see myself a standout or pogi in that sense. I wasn’t a heartthrob in school, hindi ako hinahabol,” he added.

Pascual also said that he had been rejected when he courted a girl many years ago.

“Oo naman, na-busted na ako. Wala pa ako sa showbiz nun hindi pa ako nag-aartista. Kasi yata hindi na uso ang ligawan ngayon eh. Pag nagtinginan kayo OK na eh. Times have changed. Ngayon naman magkakaintindihan na kayo through conversations. At my age, hindi mo na kailangan sabihin nang formal,” he said.

Pascual also said that he hasn’t said “love me tomorrow” to anyone.