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Heart Evangelista loses remaining child

Heart Evangelista loses remaining child.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: cnnphilippines cnnphilippinesJun 6th, 2018

Duterte on West PH Sea, Kris vs Mocha, women driving in Saudi | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: Duterte doubts military would follow orders to defend West PH Sea. Mocha Uson to Kris Aquino: This is not about you. Heart Evangelista loses baby girl. First Saudi women get driving licenses. The Jeron Teng stabbing : What we know. Executive Producer / ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 6th, 2018

‘We now have a little angel’: Heart Evangelista loses one of her twins

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bi4CvdTluiY/?taken-by=iamhearte If there's one thing actress Heart Evangelista had learned about motherhood this early on in her pregnancy, "it's that it won't always be sunshine and butterflies, sometimes there will be cloudy moments," she shared on her Instagram account on Thursday.   The actress revealed that she and husband Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero found out they were having twins during her first ultrasound; however, they unfortunately lost one of the twins.   Evangelista posted a photo of her ultrasound showing two embryos and their development.   "Unfortunately one of the embryos was smaller and behind in terms of...Keep on reading: ‘We now have a little angel’: Heart Evangelista loses one of her twins.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2018

God’s perfect timing : Heart Evangelista, Chiz Escudero expecting first child

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Heart Evangelista and her husband, Senator Francis Escudero , will soon welcome a little one into their family.  Heart made the announcement on her Instagram on Saturday, May 12. "The greatest of blessings all in God’s perfect timing! Our beautiful family just got a little bigger. ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 12th, 2018

Grocery shopping OOTDs as per Heart Evangelista-Escudero

Such a trendsetter! Send your funny videos to video.wheninmanila@gmail.com www.wheninmanila.com Source link: Grocery shopping OOTDs as per Heart Evangelista-Escudero.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 12th, 2018

Heart Evangelista s grocery outfit is now a meme and we re all for it

MANILA, Philippines – Heart Evangelista is a lot of things – an actress, a visual artist, an animal rights advocate, and a doting wife to husband Senator Chiz Escudero. And since being a formidable social media presence, Heart's been able to put another feather on her cap: a source ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 12th, 2018

Substitute Mbappe galvanizes PSG in 1-1 draw at Strasbourg

By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Kylian Mbappe came off the bench to rescue Paris Saint-Germain from its first defeat of the season when he earned a second-half penalty in a 1-1 draw at Strasbourg on Wednesday. After a poor opening half when PSG struggled to string any passes together under Strasbourg's intense pressing, Mbappe galvanized his side but ultimately could not prevent a second straight draw. "It wasn't a good match from us. It's always hard to play here because they give everything and they deserved a draw," PSG winger Julian Draxler said. "We didn't lose but normally we should win. It's a second draw for us and we have to improve ahead of our next match in the Champions League (against Red Star Belgrade)." Unbeaten in 16 league games, defending champion PSG is 14 points ahead of second-place Lille. With 20 minutes remaining Mbappe was felled by Kenny Lala — who had put Strasbourg ahead with a first-half penalty — and striker Edinson Cavani coolly converted from the spot for his 10th league goal of the season. Strasbourg handed PSG one of only three defeats last season and came close to doing it again. In a dramatic finale, midfielder Adrien Thomasson had a dipping shot acrobatically saved by PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, and had a point-blank header ruled out for offside in the fifth minute of injury time. In the sixth minute of added-on time, PSG had a free kick on the edge of the area but with its tallest players crowding the box, veteran defender Dani Alves bizarrely went for goal and skewed the ball wide. With Neymar sidelined with an apparent recurrence of a groin injury sustained playing for Brazil recently, PSG labored and Strasbourg was good for its 41st-minute lead. The home side's penalty was given for handball by defender Thilo Kehrer, who gave away a third penalty this season. Referee Antony Gautier initially did not give it, but changed his mind following a video assistant review showing Kehrer moving his arm toward a cross. Lala confidently sent Areola the wrong way. PSG had dropped its first points of the season in a 2-2 draw at Bordeaux on Sunday. Coach Thomas Tuchel brought on Mbappe — fourth in the Ballon d'Or award this week — and his side perked up. Mbappe almost set up an equalizer five minutes after coming on with a cross for Kehrer, but his header was well saved by Belgian goalie Matz Sels. Mbappe then set up Cavani and the striker's effort was disallowed for offside. Sels saved another Kehrer header before ninth-place Strasbourg finished strongly. LYON LOSES Lyon's unbeaten run ended when it lost 2-0 at home to Rennes, with Hatem Ben Arfa scoring against his former club. The hosts, which spurned a chance to move up to second in the league, had not lost in nine games in all competitions since a 5-0 defeat at PSG two months ago. Winger Ben Arfa netted in the 41st minute with a superb solo goal and striker Jordan Siebatcheu scored two minutes later. Lyon is fourth, one point behind Montpellier and two adrift of Lille. OTHER MATCHES Marseille twice took the lead before losing 3-2 at Nantes. The visitors struck through midfielder Morgan Sanson and winger Florian Thauvin's penalty, his 11th goal of the campaign, but striker Emiliano Sala replied with a firm header to join Mbappe at the top of the scoring charts on 12. Sala then set up a goal for midfielder Abdoulaye Toure before attacking midfielder Gabriel Boschilia slotted the Nantes winner. "We were the kings of stupidity tonight," Marseille coach Rudi Garcia said. Marseille stays fifth because sixth-place Saint-Etienne lost 3-2 at 10th-place Bordeaux. Defender Loick Landre grabbed a 96th-minute winner as Nimes won 2-1 at Caen to climb to eighth. It was also Dijon 2, Guingamp 1 and Reims 0, Toulouse 1......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 6th, 2018

Heart Evangelista launches eyeshadow palettes for Teviant

Heart Evangelista launches eyeshadow palettes for Teviant.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 30th, 2018

Heart: I’m happy where I am now

Five months after she suffered a miscarriage (twins, one after the other), Heart Evangelista has sprung from depression and is now able to talk about the time “my world stopped” and she questioned not just her being a woman but about everything......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 22nd, 2018

LOOK: Heart Evangelista receives Equality Champion Award

Heart Evangelista shared on social media that she has received the Equality Champion Award for her advocacy. In her Instagram post today, Nov. 16, Evangelista showed pictures of her from the Equality Nightevent including one that showed her receiving the award on stage. Evangelista is a staunch supporter of the LGBTQIA+ community and in the past has rallied behind the Sogie (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity or Expression) Bill, also known as the Anti-Discrimination Bill. Back in July, during President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address (Sona), Evangelista wore a rainbow pin to the red carpet and used the event to show her support for the Sogie Bill. "F...Keep on reading: LOOK: Heart Evangelista receives Equality Champion Award.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 16th, 2018

LOOK: Berks’ throwback photo excites fans

A blast from the past excited "Berks" fans as the cast of the popular television series recreated a photo 14 years after the show ended. "Berks" or slang for "ka-barkada" "ka-tropa" or friend is a youth-oriented show produced by ABS-CBN which first aired in 2002. Its last episode aired in 2004. The show featured Heart Evangelista, Camille Prats, Angelica Panganiban, John Prats, Carlo Aquino, Glaiza de Castro, Sarah Christophers, and Ketchup Eusebio, to name a few. In an Instagram post by Sarah Christopers, a photo showing five of the series' cast members --- Ketchup Eusebio, Carlo Aquino, Angelica Panganiban, Sarah Christophers, and Glaiza de Castro--- recreated a similar photo ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Berks’ throwback photo excites fans.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 4th, 2018

A hell of a night : Derrick Rose savors his career-high 50

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press During the 2017-18 regular season, Derrick Rose didn’t score 50 points in all of January. Or February. Or March. Or April. He was hurting, always in and out of the lineup, never in rhythm. Those problems, all his years of problems, seemed so long ago Wednesday night (Thursday, PHL time), when Rose was better than ever — finishing with a career-high 50 points that lifted the Minnesota Timberwolves over the Utah Jazz 125-122. “I played my heart out,” Rose said. “My teammates told me before the game, just play my game. And tonight was a hell of a night.” That it was, by every possible measure. Rose became the fourth player already this season — it’s barely two weeks old — to score at least 50 in a game, joining Blake Griffin, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. And if the 50 wasn’t enough, Rose sealed the win by blocking Dante Exum’s three-pointer with about two seconds remaining. Moments later, Rose walked off the floor in tears. The game had made the 2011 NBA MVP cry before. Only this time, the emotion was all joy. “I know the person that he is, the character that he has,” Wolves coach Tom Thibodeau said. “And it shines through.” Rose has dealt with four knee surgeries, needed to take time away last season to figure things out while dealing with ankle issues, was forced to sit out nearly two full seasons when he should have been in his prime. A night like this showed what is still possible. “In every story, there’s a beginning, a middle and an end,” Thibodeau said. “And I think the end is going to be great for him.” Rose tried to play it cool afterward, then acknowledged that he was still “jittery as hell” — and that was about an hour after the game. “It means everything,” Rose said. The Wolves mobbed Rose on the floor when it was over. They doused him with water in the locker room. And around the league, players couldn’t get to Twitter quickly enough to show love. “Every Basketball fan in the world should feel good for DRose,” wrote Miami guard Dwyane Wade, Rose’s teammate in Cleveland when last season began. “Tonite was an example of never giving up on yourself and when others believe in you. Amazing things can happen. I’m smiling like i scored 50! Congrts to a good dude!” Houston star Chris Paul weighed in, as did Bulls great Scottie Pippen. “Hard work is undefeated,” wrote Portland’s CJ McCollum. An outburst like this seemed, at best, improbable for Rose, considering he hadn’t even topped 35 points in any game since that MVP season. Thibodeau coached Rose in Chicago, and has seen him at his best and his worst. He knows the adversity, the struggle, everything Rose has gone through for the better part of the last decade. “The only thing that really matters to him is that you win,” Thibodeau said. It’s been a rocky season already for the Wolves, who have been dealing with the Jimmy Butler saga since before camp — Butler didn’t play Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time), with the team calling it a break for needed rest. Butler requested a trade prior to the season but remains on the roster. None of that seemed to be on anybody’s mind when the final horn sounded against the Jazz. Rose was all that mattered. And a night like this, he said, was worth the wait. “It’s all just coming together,” Rose said. “But it took six, seven years.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 1st, 2018

Radio host Delilah shares advice about losing a child

NEW YORK --- One year ago, syndicated radio host Delilah Renee Luke --- known professionally as just Delilah --- experienced the unimaginable: Her teenage son Zack killed himself at 18. She took some time away from her job to grieve but is now back on the air and also has a new book out called "One Heart at a Time," sharing personal stories and life lessons to hopefully inspire others to examine their own lives and find purpose about what really matters. Delilah, who also lost her son Sammy in 2012 at 16 from complications from sickle cell anemia, has raw advice for people on what not to say to parents who lose their children. "The worst thing you can do is say, 'I know how ...Keep on reading: Radio host Delilah shares advice about losing a child.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 20th, 2018

She’s over him–but doesn’t have the heart to tell him

Dear Emily,   I am an only daughter with three brothers, and it was very traumatic for my family when I got pregnant in high school by a boy from a poor family. They lamented that I threw away my future. I was sent to relatives in the north to give birth.   While waiting for my due date, my strict aunts made me learn a trade "for my own good." This, they said, would give me financial independence later on. I turned that little trade into my little business after a few years.   After so much hard work as a single mother, my daughter went on to become a lawyer. Life's been good.   The child I bore when I was still in high school looks just like m...Keep on reading: She’s over him–but doesn’t have the heart to tell him.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 14th, 2018

Looking for an edge: Teams trying to turn data into wins

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press Data is pored over by coaches and staff of the Orlando Magic on a regular basis. They’ll dissect how far a player runs during practice, how quickly that player accelerates and decelerates, how his performance changes as the workout goes along, biometric measurements like his heartbeat or when his workload is particularly heavy. The charts and graphs are detailed and precise. But how it’ll help the Magic win, that’s still an unknown. Wearable technology — chips worn during practice to collect information that analysts churn into reports — has been around the NBA for the past several seasons. It’s not permitted on game nights, and anything specific about processes the 30 teams are using falls into the category of closely guarded secrets. And when it comes to coaches deciding what play to call in the final seconds with a game on the line, it doesn’t seem to have an impact quite yet. “It’s all very beneficial stuff,” Magic coach Steve Clifford said. “But I can only digest X amount of information. And it has to be the right amount of information.” That’s one of the challenges that NBA teams are facing in this information age. Everyone knows analytics can help in countless ways. But the question remains simple: How? “You’ve got to take it and use it as best you can,” said New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry, who said he resisted using some data that he was presented several years ago when he coached in Phoenix — and wound up taking that Suns team to the Western Conference finals. “But at the end of the day, I think the instincts that you have as a coach become just as important, really.” There are some consistencies in what’s being collected. Regardless of what hardware a team is using, everything basically tracks the same things: distance of movement, speed of movement, acceleration and deceleration, workload and heart rate. Teams work on their own, largely without NBA oversight except for some rules laid out in the Collective Bargaining Agreement. It’s already been a boost in how teams monitor a player’s recovery from injury or surgery. But some also have wondered if the data collection is too invasive, or could be used against a player — something that isn’t supposed to happen under league rule. “It seems inherently geared to advantage the team,” University of Illinois law professor Michael LeRoy said in comments posted to his blog last year. “When it’s not linked to performance and not actually linked to injury, just correlation ... it’s hard to see where that data can be used to the advantage of a player.” The NBA has put together a list of what brands (like Catapult and STATSports) and types of products that teams can use, much in the same way it approves knee braces and other accessories. Teams aren’t mandated to share the data they’re collecting from the wearables with the league, although that may change once devices are permitted to be used during games. “Data collected through wearable devices has the potential to have a number of applications to improve player health — but it’s not a silver bullet,” said Dr. John DiFiori, the NBA’s medical director. “Information from wearables can add more detail on each player’s loading, which, together with a team’s overall toolkit, can help develop more individualized injury prevention programs, and assist teams in promoting safe return to play following an injury.” There could be benefits to standardizing the data, but that seems a long way off — especially since teams are still figuring out how to best go forward individually. The league and the NBA Players Association are working on finalizing a validation program will be in place to ensure that devices are measuring what the manufacturers say they’re measuring, and that they do so accurately. Atlanta rookie Kevin Huerter said in his short time as a pro, he’s learned a ton about his body that he didn’t even know because of what he’s gleaned off what his team has collected. “At this level, they worry and care so much more about your body,” Huerter said. “The technology monitors how tough practices are and how tough you’re pushing yourself. It’s a longer season, everybody knows that. So I think a lot of it is making sure guys stay healthy and listening when guys are hurting a little bit one day.” It might extend careers, help with injury management, maybe develop ways to avoid injuries. But whether this data will ever be sharpened to the point of helping a team figure out how to overcome a five-point deficit with 28.2 seconds remaining, that’s anyone’s guess. “Where the league is going, you’re looking for every edge,” Clifford said. “But as a coach, what you can’t do is you can’t stop watching the film. The data, talking to people, the numbers, all that, it’s all good information. But to have the clarity I think you need to make the right decisions, you better have watched enough film because that’s where you can see why, why, why it’s happening.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 14th, 2018

Melecio, La Salle still have Adamson s number in UAAP 81

De La Salle University has re-asserted its mastery over Adamson University now in the UAAP 81 Men’s Basketball Tournament. Battling back from a five-point deficit in the last three minutes of regulation and showing heart in overtime, the Green Archers got the better of the Soaring Falcons once more, 79-78, on Saturday at the MOA Arena. With the win, La Salle remains undefeated up against Franz Pumaren-coached Adamson – that’s seven straight wins since 2016. More importantly, with the win, the Taft-based team bounced back into the win column now at 4-3. “After that loss, we made sure na yung errors namin last game, ma-correct agad namin,” head coach Louie Gonzalez said post-game. It almost wasn’t meant to be as Sean Manganti put the Soaring Falcons up, 64-59, inside the last three minutes of the fourth quarter until Santi Santillan’s triple jolted life back into the Green Archers. Still, they were down by two with under a minute remaining before Aljun Melecio’s floater over the outstretched arms of Papi Sarr tied the tally and forced overtime. There, Santillan, Melecio, and Justine Baltazar got together for a 9-0 run and a 73-64 advantage in favor of their team. “Kahit may glitches pa rin, at least it’s good to see yung composure ng mga bata,” coach Louie said. Adamson would not quit, however, and Manganti’s triple pulled them to within 75-77 with 18.3 ticks to go on the clock only to see Kib Montalbo make good on two free throws to push La Salle ahead by four. Jerrick Ahanmisi hit another trey for the Soaring Falcons, but by then, only 0.5 seconds was left. Sent to the line, Melecio missed the first three throw and intentionally muffed again on the second to just let time run out. In the end, Melecio had 22 points on top of four rebounds and two assists while Santillan had 16 markers, nine boards, three dimes, and two blocks. Baltazar was also a force with 16 points, 10 rebounds, and five blocks of his own to help the Green Archers take control of solo fourth in the standings. For Adamson, Manganti topped the scoring column with 27 points and seven rebounds while Manganti had 23 markers, seven boards, and four assists to his name. Unable to finish off their opponents in regulation and unable to finish off their rally in overtime, however, they suffered a second straight setback and now stand in a three-way tie for the league lead at 5-2. BOX SCORES LA SALLE 79 – Melecio 22, Santillan 16, Baltazar 16, Caracut 8, Montalbo 8, Serrano 5, Bates 2, Manuel 2, Dyke 0, Go 0. ADAMSON 78 – Ahanmisi 27, Manganti 23, Sarr 9, Catapusan 5, Camacho 4, Lastimosa 3, Bernardo 2, Colonia 2, Espeleta 2, Magbuhos V. 1, Pingoy 0, Mojica 0. QUARTER SCORES: 22-16, 33-32, 49-49, 64-64, 79-78 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 13th, 2018

Escudero seeks Sorsogon gubernatorial post

Accompanied by his wife, Heart Evangelista, Escudero filed his certificate of candidacy on Friday at the Comelec Sorsogon Provincial Office at the Capitol compound in Sorsogon City. 'Sen. Chiz.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 12th, 2018

PBA: NorthPort wins back to back, hands Meralco 6th straight loss

NorthPort had its first winning run of the conference after beating Meralco, 99-94, in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup Friday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Batang Pier, who started the conference at 0-6, tacked their second straight win while the Bolts fell to their sixth straight loss for a 1-6 slate. Sean Anthony and Stanley Pringle came up big in the clutch for the Batang Pier after the pair exchanged a couple of huge threes that put NorthPort up 98-91 with 24 seconds left in the game. This came after the Bolts got back from 10 points down, 84-74, to just two, 90-88, after a 14-6 run with 2:05 remaining in the game. "Stanley and Sean are the heart and soul of this team, they ...Keep on reading: PBA: NorthPort wins back to back, hands Meralco 6th straight loss.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 12th, 2018

LOOK: Heart Evangelista s appreciation posts for Sen. Chiz Escudero s birthday

cheesy online and Heart Evangelista is one of them. To celebrate her husband Sen. Chiz Escudero's birthday, she went all out on social media. First, she shared a photo of him on her feed with.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

Heart umiiyak pa rin ‘pag naaalala ang namatay na kambal

Naging open na si Heart Evangelista-Escudero sa mga naramdaman nila ng kanyang mister na si Senator Chiz Escudero sa pagkawala ng kanilang first born. Sa programang Sarap Diva kunsaan naging guest si Heart, nagbahagi ito ng ilang detalye tungkol sa naramdaman ng kanyang mister noong magkasunod na nawala ang kambal na pinagbubuntis niya. “He was… link: Heart umiiyak pa rin ‘pag naaalala ang namatay na kambal.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsOct 2nd, 2018

Heart Evangelista is killing the ramps

ACTRESS AND FASHIONISTA EARNS NODS FROM NEW YORK AND MILAN FASHION WEEKS She’s on a roll. The cameras adored Heart Evangelista as she again turned heads at the recently held Milan Fashion Week (MFW). The impeccable dresser caught the attention of Italian fashion powerhouse Salvatore Ferragamo at its Spring-Summer 2019 presentation during MFW. Ferragamo listed […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsOct 1st, 2018