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Janella Salvador thanked Joshua Garcia for being a wonderful leading man

 

By Rochelle Montano Ocampo

When “The Killer Bride” now officially ends, it’s clear that Janella and Joshua have forged a friendship that is for keeps.

A quick look at the two actors’ Instagram pages would prove this.

First, it was Garcia who professed how fortunate he feels to have found a friend like Salvador.

The actress then returned the affection by posting a thank you message for her onscreen partner.
While saying it also makes her glad to have a friend in Garcia, Salvador went on to mention all the things she likes about the actor.

“Thank you for being such a wonderful leading man. You are absolutely talented and you deserve all the recognition and praises you are receiving,” she said, before describing Garcia as someone who is “so much like me.”

To end her post, Salvador said: “Keep shining. PS thank u for feeding me all the time.”

Quickly after the actress made the post, Garcia responded with an equally sweet but brief message.

“Thank you. Miss ko na kayo. Ingatan mo sarili mo palagi, hanggang sa susunod na project,” he wrote.

The two made headlines over the weekend after Garcia posted a sweet photo of him with Salvador on Saturday.

The image shows him and Salvador standing closely next to each other, sharing the same mic while singing at the after party of “The Killer Bride.”

Garcia and Salvador previously described the formation of their tandem, now dubbed “Joshnella,” as a case of “perfect timing.” The two had been cast in several projects together as early as 2016, but none of them ever made it to the screen until “The Killer Bride”  in August 2019.

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