Earlier this year, avid televiewers of the Kapamilya noontime show “It’s Showtime” have been swooning over the onscreen chemistry of host Vice Ganda and dancer Jackque Gonzaga or “Ate Girl”.
Initially, their “kilig to the bones” team up started when the comedian-TV host did some impromptu interactions with Ate Girl, who regularly brings a fishbowl of written questions for their segment “Miss Q&A”. Since since then, their comedic yet romantic stage interaction became a major hit among netizens in various social media platforms.
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However, just like any other breakout artist, Jackque Gonzaga has also her own fair share of throwback stories to share.
According to our source, Jackque is the youngest of six and the only daughter of Mommy Luisa and Daddy Florencio. She was born on October 31, 1994 in Antipolo City, Rizal. And ever since, she was a little girl, she has been into dancing.
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According to Mommy Luisa, many people are fond of Jacque because of her inevitable cuteness, especially when dancing.
“Bata pa kasi siya, hilig na niyang sumayaw, kaya pinagkakatuwaan yan. Kasi unang una, only daughter. Ipinanganak ko raw na walang buto.”
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old dancer shared that amid growing in a musically inclined family, she never stopped dancing.
“Ever since bata ako mahilig na akong sumayaw eh. Sumasayaw na ng ‘Spaghetti’, ganun. Yung mga ‘Pearly Shell’ dun ako nag start. Tapos nung gradeschool sumali ako ng dance troupe.”
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Just like any good children, Jackque is a loving daughter to her parents and a sweet “bunso” to her elder brothers. As for her, she dedicates her every achievement and success to her family who has been very supportive to all her endeavors in life.
Prior to becoming an “It’s Showtime” dancer, Ate Girl Jackque juggled cheerleading, dancing and studying when she was in college. Despite having a busy and hectic schedule as a student, she still managed to graduate college. She finished with a degree in International Studies at the Miriam College in 2015.