In a live interview with "The Buzz" aired on Sunday, Charice said Quijano has been her source of strength throughout the 10 years they have known each other.
"Nung day na naging kami, dream come true 'yun sa akin. Pinaka the best 'yun sa akin dahil first time kong naipaglaban nang sobra yung taong mahal ko," Charice said.
Asked about that rumors that she is already planning to marry Quijano abroad, the singer openly answered, "in the future."
"Malinaw sa akin. Nakikita ko siya sa future ko," Charice said. "Di ko masasabing matagal pa. Siya na talaga."
Meanwhile, Charice admitted that she is still missing her mother, Raquel Pempengco, and younger brother, Carl.
The singer has not talked with her family since coming out as a lesbian months ago.
"Especially malapit na ang Christmas, nandoon 'yung wish ko na magkaintindihan [kaming lahat]," she said.
While Charice feels loved by her supporters and friends despite her sexual orientation, the singer said it's still different when it comes from her family.
"Kahit lahat ng tao sa mundo sabihin sa akin na proud sila sa akin, iba ang feeling kapag sa kanila galing," a teary-eyed Charice said.
Also, in a live interview with "The Buzz," acoustic singer Aiza Seguerra admitted she also had a hard time with her family when she told them that she is a lesbian.
"All that she's been going through, I've been there," Seguerra said, "It wasn't that easy too. Kung baga, for more than a year, you're having a conflict with your family."
The acoustic singer recalled that during those trying days, she always told herself that all things come to pass.
"Take in whatever you need to take in. Ilabas mo sa buhay mo ang dapat mong ilabas. After that you'll emerge stronger," she told Charice.
'The Power of Two'
Charice and Seguerra will be performing together in the concert "The Power of Two: The Unbreakable Tour" at the Araneta Coliseum on September 28.
Seguerra said the concert's concept will center on empowering people to be true to themselves, just like what she and Charice did when they admitted their sexual orientation.
"For this show, we want to tell the people na it's okay to be who you are... It's better if you don't hide, and it's better to love yourself. Kasi when you love yourself, ipapakita noon kung sino ka talaga and people will love you," Seguerra explained.