Jodi Sta. Maria has denied the rumors that she and her boyfriend, actor and newly elected Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla, are tying the knot soon.

Hindi, walang ganoon,” she was quoted as saying on “Ewan ko nga kung saan nanggaling ang kasalang isyu na ‘yan (No, that’s not true. I don’t know where that issue came from.).”

The Be Careful With My Heart star was also amused by the fact that Jolo’s posts to her on the social networking site Twitter had been taken by the public as a sign of his imminent proposal, explaining that he sent his “Love, please call me” tweet because she was on tour abroad with the rest of the show’s cast members.

“Proposal ba yun? Hindi, hindi,” she said. “Noong nasa [Be Careful With My Heart] tour kami, iba-iba ang time talaga. Five different time zones ang pinasok namin. Kaya hindi na rin siguro niya malaman kung nasaang lugar ako (Is that a proposal? No, it’s not. When we were doing the Be Careful With My Heart tour, we were in different time zones. We went to five different time zones, so maybe that’s why he also didn’t know where I was.).”

However, she did not give a direct reply when she was asked if the reason why she and Jolo were not engaged yet was because they were still waiting for her marriage to her estranged husband Pampi Lacson to be annulled.

“In time, sasagutin ko ‘yan,” she said. “I mean, you know me naman, when it comes to those things, I’m really uncomfortable talking about—'yung mga ganitong bagay. I want to live din that part of my life na private. Kasi, di ba, sa aming mga artista, exposed na nga kami sa lahat, di ba? I hope you guys understand (I’ll answer that in time. I mean, you know me, when it comes to those things, I’m really uncomfortable talking about these things. I want to live that part of my life privately because as artists, everything about us is already exposed. I hope you guys understand.).”

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