Kim, Maja continue to work despite separation over Gerald

Gerald Anderson and Maja Salvador Photo by Ms. Jojie Alcantara Facebook

MANILA - They were the best of friends—until Gerald Anderson came into the picture. Now they hardly see each other eye-to-eye. But you must credit them for their professionalism.

Some people witnessed that while watching ‘ASAP’ two Sundays ago, where Kim Chiu and Maja Salvador did a dance number, although nobody really gave it a second look.

Now that insiders of ‘Ina, Kapatid, Anak’ (Mother, Sibling, Child) have revealed that the two have been given separate tents for their dressing room in location shootings, folks are trying to recall what they saw on TV that particular Sunday.

“Of course the production people knew that there was an animosity between the two,” an item at the tabloid ‘Pilipino Mirror’ said.

Chiu and Salvador, two of today’s hottest young stars, had guested on ABS-CBN’s ‘ASAP’, the country’s longest-running musical variety show, where Chiu was obviously avoiding having eye contact with Salvador, especially where they had to dance close to each other.

The Chiu-Salvador friendship was broken when the matinee idol and former ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ housemate Anderson left Chiu for Salvador.

Chiu has been terribly hurt, as Salvador used to be her confidante when it came to her problems concerning Anderson.

Recently, Anderson admitted to the public that he was pursuing Salvador, who has remained mum about their relationship.

“I do not want to comment anything about this,” Salvador said when asked by entertainment scribes about her relationship with Anderson and the heartbroken Chiu.

Chiu and Salvador are starring together at ‘Ina, Kapatid, Anak’, a TV drama series that premiered on ABS-CBN last October.

The show follows the lives of Margaux Marasigan (Salvador), Celyn Buenaventura (Chiu), and two other major characters as they struggle for power.

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