Pop princess Sarah Geronimo and Budoy actor Gerald Anderson starred in two movies in 2011: Catch Me...I'm In Love and Won't Last a Day without You. Since then, the two have remained close friends. In January, Sarah even revealed--albeit reluctantly--that Gerald had given her a Tiffany necklace with a heart-shaped pendant for Christmas.

Now rumors abound that the two celebrities are in a secret relationship, especialy after reports came out that Gerald was found waiting outside Sarah's dressing room during ASAP last week, ABS-CBNNews.com reports.

However, both camps denied that any such incident happened. They also said they were not going out. "Halos hindi kami nagkikita. Once lang kami nagkita, nung isang araw lang. Text-text kami. Kinakamusta ko siya (We hardly see each other. We only met once, and that was the other day. We usually just text each other. I ask her how she is)," Gerald is quoted as saying.

“That is so not true," said Sarah. "Hindi po. Once lang po yun. Noong Christmas po noong inabot niya yung Christmas gift niya. (No. [We only met each other once.] That was on Christmas when he gave me his Christmas gift.)"

But while they dismissed rumors of a romantic relationship blossoming between them, both admitted in interviews aired on The Buzz on February 5 that they were willing to be each other's Valentine's Day dates should they both be free.

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