TV and radio personality Grace Lee denied that she was ready for her relationship with President Noynoy Aquino to lead to to marriage, reports. This was in reaction to the story posted on February 13 entitled "Grace Lee sees herself marrying P-Noy" by journalist Ellen Tordesillas. The story was picked up by several news sites and major newspapers.

In the article, Tordesillas cited quotes from 89.9 radio show Good Times in the Morning. When DJ Mo Twister asked her how long her relationship would last, Lee allegedly replied, "The full length." She also supposedly said that she hoped their dates would lead to "the altar" and that she had been "praying for this."

On her Twitter account, @gracelee899, Lee denied making any of the statements. "I'm deeply offended that a journalist like Ellen Tordesillas would write an article of lies to sensationalize one's private life," she said. "I have never said anything remotely close to what her write up says I did. I believe the public deserves an apology from her."

Lee also texted Tordesillas to clarify the points mentioned in the article, citing that she had "never uttered the words ‘altar’ or anything that might hint to desiring marriage," reports. She explained that her co-DJs were merely teasing her on the radio show and that it was only part of their banter.

She added that it was her co-anchor, DJ Suzy, who said "The full length" in reply to DJ Mo's question and also hinted that Lee and P-Noy's relationship would take them to the altar.

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