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Monday, August 25, 2008

Jon Avila celebrates his birthday with a concert

Jon Avila celebrates his birthday with a concert

By Patty Ramirez






















The Coverboys hunk is all set to conquer the stage on his own as he celebrates his 26th birthday this August 30 at Zirkoh Timog. “I really love to dance,” Jon began. “But I love singing more.” The Fil-Irish model admits these are some of his hidden talents that he hopes to explore more. In fact, Jon enjoyed performing on stage in the Coverboy’s concert tour in the US with Nikki. “It was more of fun, not work. I’m really happy with the show’s outcome,” he shared. He also mentioned that his favorite number was Hypnotize which he did with Victor Basa. “We got off the stage and got some girls to join us. We did a little sexy dance for them,” he said with a laugh. So would the crowd see more of this “sexy dance” during his birthday show? “Oh definitely,” Jon said enthusiastically.


Joining Jon on his Boombastic Birthday Party are tons of his friends from Star Magic including Thou Reyes, Princess Ryan, Ron Morales, John James Uy, Marvin Raymundo, Maja Salvador, Jay-R Siaboc and people from his Bench and Calayan Surgicentre family. Jon said he’s psyched about seeing all of them plus a few other special guests. Could one of these surprises include Nikki Gil, whom he’s rumored to be getting close to? “Oh, Nikki and I have gotten to know each other during the Coverboys’ show in the US because she’s our guest there. You can say we’re getting to know each other,” he only answered. Isn’t he curious to know if Nikki’s co-host Billy Crawford is really courting her? “I think they’re close. They are good friends and they work together. I don’t know what to say really. I mean in the end it’s Nikki who knows what she wants,” he ended.



JoKer DeTor
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