Aww! A Netizen Happened to Ride a Tricycle with Nadine Lustre and Said She's So *Approachable*

"Medyo pagod ata siya but she still accommodated the pic."
by Cass Lazaro for Cosmo.ph   |  Jul 7, 2022
Image: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Instagram/nadine, Twitter/Kaboodles05
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Fact: Even superstars can be like us too! Just take Nadine Lustre for an example, who didn’t let her fame stop her from riding public transportation like a true Siargao local.

On Twitter, a netizen shared his selfie with the internet’s so-called “President,” who *coincidentally* rode the same tricycle as them. "Quick kamustahan with President Nadine! Gandaa!"

When asked by fans to share more details of the encounter, he later on added in the thread, "Sana lahat ng celebrity kasing approachable nya. Now I understand the fandom. Here's to President Nadine!"

He also wrote: "Medyo pagod ata sya but she still accommodated the pic. Maganda, mahinhin, at approachable.” Aww! 

In the viral pic, Nadine looked totally ~chill~, sporting her fiery copper hairdo while clad in a gray halterneck crop top and a pair of black sunglasses.Nadine Lustre rides a tricTwitter/Kaboodles05

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Late last month, the actress-singer was in Manila to welcome her fellow former Kapamilya star Liza Soberano as a co-artist in her ex-boyfriend James Reid’s music label. 

Finally back on the island she now calls home, Nadine seems to be living a simple, low-key lifestyle as a local once again. In an interview, she once talked about her big move to Siargao: “I feel great. I feel like there’s a lot of weight that’s been lifted [off me], and it just feels like, life in Siargao is so simple.”

Stay humble, Nadine!

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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