Camille Prats Played Cupid on Isabel-John Romance

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Camille Prats Played Cupid on Isabel-John Romance


MANILA, Philippines - Actress-TV host Camille Prats played her sisterly duties to John Prats by exerting effort for him to meet his crush, Isabel Oli.

The actor-dancer chanced upon Isabel's beauty on "Instagram" and was immediately smitten by her charm.

"Sabi niya, 'Cams crush ko 'tong si Isabel.' Sabi ko, 'Naku, kuya I think she's okay.' Compared to the other girls that he mentioned to me parang [si] Isabel 'yung parang- she seems to be a very nice person, very quiet, very godly. Siya 'yung tipo ng babaeng you would want to introduce to your parents, 'di ba? Sabi ko, 'Yeah, why don't you give it a try?'" Camille recalled on "H.O.T. TV," Feb. 3.

Camille then pulled out all the stops to get Isabel's number. "In-effort ko talaga 'yon," she stressed.

She even befriended Isabel on Facebook "kahit hindi kami close."

"Before we used to talk. Sabi ko, 'Paano ko ba 'to gagawin? Ikaw ang laki ng utang mo sa akin,' sabi ko sa kapatid ko. Minessage ko siya sa FB. Sabi ko, 'Hi! Mars. Can I get your number?' Siyempre chinika ko muna. Sabi ko, 'Can I get your number kasi my brother wants to ganito, ganyan.'"

Camille sensed Isabel's hesitation at her offer of friendship as "parang noong una [ang] feeling ko [ay] nahiya pa nga siya."

"Finally, binigay ko 'yung number ko. She gave her number to me tapos nag-text-an kami. Sabi ko, 'Okay lang ba? …

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