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Hey Matteo concert is Matteo’s most personal performance yet

MANILA, Philippines — A packed KIA Theatre waited in anticipation for the start of Matteo Guidicelli’s Hey Matteo concert last Nov. 30......»»

Category: entertainmentSource: philstar philstarDec 23rd, 2017

Did Angeline Quinto, Morissette Amon laugh at Sarah Geronimo’s breakdown?

Pop princess Sarah Geronimo's recent breakdown during her Las Vegas, Nevada concert last April 29 had stars in the showbiz industry staunchly rallying behind her for support. While her coming unhinged was an object of worry by many, boyfriend Matteo Guidicelli, on the other hand, had assured people last May 1 that girlfriend Geronimo was fine and was just tired from her #This15Me United States tour. However, a new issue blew up in the realm of Twitter today, May 3, when Popsters --- what Geronimo's fans call themselves --- accused singers Angeline Quinto and Morissette Amon of mocking and laughing at Geronimo's breakdown. It seems the root of the ruckus came from an alleged personal ...Keep on reading: Did Angeline Quinto, Morissette Amon laugh at Sarah Geronimo’s breakdown?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

Matteo Guidicelli: Sarah Geronimo doing fine after emotional breakdown

MANILA, Philippines – Matteo Guidicelli said on Tuesday, May 1, that girlfriend Sarah Geronimo is now okay after she became emotional during a concert in Las Vegas. In an interview with ABS-CBN , Matteo said that he has already spoken to her and that she is resting. Sarah is currently in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

OMG! DATE NIGHT of Sarah Geronimo & Matteo Guidicelli at Ed Sheeran Manila Concert – Manila Video

Couple Matteo Guidicelli & Sarah Geronimo spotted at Ed Sheeran Divide Tour Manila Concert source link: OMG! DATE NIGHT of Sarah Geronimo & Matteo Guidicelli at Ed Sheeran Manila Concert – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsApr 10th, 2018

Matteo Guidicelli ready to unleash new pop-rock sound in solo concert

'I’m very excited about this concert because it’s going to feature songs from my upcoming album.'.....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsNov 29th, 2017

Matteo Guidicelli Car racer-turned-actor-turned-singer in concert

Matteo Guidicelli Car racer-turned-actor-turned-singer in concert.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 20th, 2017

Matteo Guidicelli on his 2017 concert, new album

Matteo Guidicelli on his 2017 concert, new album.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 15th, 2017

AlDub, Kathniel, Sarah-Matteo, JoshLia and more at Coldplay's Manila concert

AlDub, Kathniel, Sarah-Matteo, JoshLia and more at Coldplay's Manila concert.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 4th, 2017

Matteo Guidicelli’s first sold-out concert in Cebu

Matteo Guidicelli’s first sold-out concert in Cebu.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2016

Sarah Geronimo goes to Cebu for boyfriend Matteo Guidicelli's concert

Sarah Geronimo goes to Cebu for boyfriend Matteo Guidicelli's concert.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsNov 18th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: LizQuen, Matteo, and more at grand 'Dolce Amore' concert

IN PHOTOS: LizQuen, Matteo, and more at grand 'Dolce Amore' concert.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 21st, 2016

Guns N’ Roses to hold first concert in Manila

IT’S official! Filipino fans of American rock band Guns N’ Roses will get the chance of a lifetime to watch the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees as they bring their “Not in This Lifetime” tour in the country. Scheduled for a one-night only concert, the band’s first performance in the country is happening [...] The post Guns N’ Roses to hold first concert in Manila appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsMay 20th, 2018

Italian master of mafia gore to shoot ‘Pinocchio’

Matteo Garrone, the Italian director known for his ultra-violent mob films, is planning to give the children's classic "Pinocchio" his own twist, according to reports Friday. The maker of the blood-drenched "Gomorrah" mafia saga is in the running for the Palme d'Or top prize at the Cannes film festival for "Dogman" --- a gruesome revenge killing drama involving hours of torture by a drug-addicted dog groomer. But the director is about to turn his gaze on Pinocchio, the wooden protagonist of Italian writer Carlo Collodi's 1883 novel, said film trade daily Variety. However, Garrone's film --- which starts shooting in November --- is unlikely to be a kids-friendly ver...Keep on reading: Italian master of mafia gore to shoot ‘Pinocchio’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 13th, 2018

Rockets, Warriors look to advance to conference finals

By Kristie Rieken, Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — Chris Paul is a win away from finally reaching the Western Conference finals in his 10th season in the playoffs. But the Houston guard isn't looking ahead to what most expect will be a showdown with the defending champion Golden State Warriors in the next round. After all, he's been in this situation before in 2015 with the Los Angeles Clippers. Paul is normally reticent to discuss his past playoff failures, but the nine-time All-Star was candid about that particular letdown when he was interviewed on TNT moments after Houston took a 3-1 lead over the Utah Jazz with a 100-87 win in Game 5. He was asked if he's allowed himself to think about being in the finals for the first time. "It's the process man," he said. "I've been here before, 3-1. (Expletive) went bad real quick, you know what I mean?" The collapse that Paul is referring to came at the hands of the Rockets. Paul and the Clippers raced out to a 3-1 lead in the conference semifinals. They got blown out in Game 5, wasted a 19-point second-half lead in a loss in Los Angeles in Game 6, then fell in Game 7 at Houston. Paul got prickly later when asked to expand on his comments and share what he learned from that series. He deflected the question with a joke before finally mumbling: 'don't relax,' before James Harden stepped in to save his teammate from the uncomfortable moment. "He's not even thinking about that honestly," Harden said. "We've got a game on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time) and we're going to do whatever it takes to close it out." Houston's game against Utah is one of two games on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). In the other game, the Warriors also have a chance to finish off their series with the New Orleans Pelicans after taking a 3-1 lead with a 118-92 win on Sunday (Monday, PHL time). This is Paul's fifth appearance in the conference semifinals after losing to the Spurs 4-3 in 2008 while with New Orleans, being swept by San Antonio in 2012 with the Clippers and losing 4-2 to the Thunder with that team before that 2015 debacle against the Rockets. Coach Mike D'Antoni said the most important quality Paul has brought to the Rockets in his first year with the team is his toughness and edge. He doesn't expect to see anything different out of him on Tuesday despite having the opportunity to finally shed the label that he can't get out of the second round. "It's hard to go up another notch. I think he's on full-tilt all the time," D'Antoni said. "You'd have to talk to him a little bit [but] I'm sure it's on his mind." For the Jazz, they're hoping that they can recreate the success they had in Game 2 when they led by as many as 19 points early, and held on for a 116-108 win. "We were on a different level in Game 2 and I think we've just got to get back to that," rookie Donovan Mitchell said. Utah could get a boost in Game 6 with the return of Ricky Rubio. He's missed the entire series with a strained left hamstring, but was listed as questionable before Sunday's (Monday, PHL time) game and could be well enough to play on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). However, they could be without reserve point guard Dante Exum in Game 6 after he left Sunday's (Monday, PHL time) game in the third quarter with soreness in his left hamstring. Here's a closer look at the Pelicans-Warriors game. PELICANS AT WARRIORS Warriors lead series 3-1. Game 5, 10:30 p.m. EDT (10:30am, PHL time) NEED TO KNOW: The Warriors have been dominant on their home floor for two straight postseasons, having won a franchise-record 14 consecutive playoff games at Oracle Arena and already closed out the Spurs at Oakland in Game 5. With a 15th straight home playoff win, the Warriors would tie Chicago for an NBA record. The Bulls did so from April 27, 1990, to May 21, 1991. "We've got to win one game at Oracle and that's the one that we play next," Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. "That's as far as we need to look. Obviously it's a monumental task. It's been done before. As I said to the guys, 'We just got to go and play and you're not out until they win four games.'" KEEP ANY EYE ON: Stephen Curry continues to find his groove and this will be his fourth game back from nearly six weeks sidelined with a sprained left knee. His minutes are increasing each game he plays, up to 31 in Game 4. Curry is 22-for-51 with 12 three's so far this series. TOUGH CHALLENGE: The Pelicans never know which Golden State star might be on any given night — or all of them at once. The Warriors led wire to wire in Game 4 following its 19-point embarrassment in Game 3. Kevin Durant is coming off a 38-point performance, but it could be Klay Thompson's turn, or Draymond Green chasing another triple-double. "The bigger the game the better Draymond plays," coach Steve Kerr said, "the more intense he is, the more focus he has. He's going against Anthony Davis night after night and just doing an amazing job in concert with his teammates. Draymond's a rare guy. Every time the moment gets bigger, he gets better and not everybody can say that." Durant has scored 20 or more points in 16 straight postseason games. PRIORITY ON SHOOTING: Gentry gives New Orleans little chance of staying in the series and staving off elimination without a big scoring performance. The Pelicans lost 118-92 on Sunday (Monday, PHL time) and shot just 36.4 percent — 32-of-88 and 4-for-26 on three-pointers. "You're not going to beat them if you're not going to score 115 points, I don't care how good your defense is," Gentry said. ___ AP Sports Writer Janie McCauley contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

Chris Paul, Houston Rockets take dominant step toward ultimate goal

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com SALT LAKE CITY — There is one more game to be played (at the very least) in this series, and it’ll be on the home court Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time) when Houston will be in a celebratory mood. But be clear about this: the Jazz are no longer the barrier between the Rockets and the goal. They’re just standing in the way. There’s a difference. Getting rid of the overmatched yet naggingly persistent Jazz is all about keeping pace with the Warriors or perhaps staying one step ahead of the defending champs, nothing more or less. A long-anticipated Western Conference final, and perhaps a classic one, is impatiently waiting, and it’s in the Rockets’ best interest to settle their end of the bargain and if possible on the same night when the Warriors can do the same. And so, just a few hours after the Warriors went up 3-1 on the Pelicans in the other West semifinal, the Rockets did likewise Sunday (Monday, PHL time), using star power to overcome an otherwise blah performance. They only scored 100 points — a level that will certainly rise in the next round. Quite simply, they had James Harden and Chris Paul and Clint Capela when it counted and Utah did not. And speaking of Paul, he’s one win away from advancing beyond the second round for the first time in his otherwise respectable career. His anxiousness to kill that annoying demon was evident in the third quarter of Game 4, when he scored 11 of his 27 points while drilling the Jazz with mid-range jumpers, and the game flipped in Houston’s favor. “I’ve been here before, 3-1,” said Paul on post-game TV, his memory still sharp from blowing that lead while with the Clippers four years ago, coincidentally against Harden and the Rockets. “[Expletive] went bad real quick.” It also happened to be Paul’s birthday, and what more can a 33-year-old do to demonstrate that age is merely a number? “He was really big today," Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said. "I understand he has another birthday coming up Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time).” It was a surreal night for Paul as well. While he was busy erasing the Jazz, his brother CJ Paul was being momentarily erased from the arena. CJ Paul, who handles much of his brother’s personal affairs, was escorted from his lower-level seat by arena security in the third quarter for shouting at referee James Williams. He was allowed back to his seat moments later and claimed to be a victim of mistaken identity. “They thought I said something that shouldn’t be printed,” said CJ, right after he took a post-game phone call from Kiki Vandeweghe, the NBA’s executive vice president of basketball operations. “Actually, it was a fan sitting next to me. I addressed the fan who said it. I told security what happened. After they let me back in, the security guy said, `By the way, James said it was definitely you that said that. He didn’t see you, but he heard you.’ What, you mean out of 20,000 people? What’s crazy is James reffed me when I was in college.” CJ Paul, who has never missed any of his brother’s playoff games, didn’t miss much during his brief departure in this one, either. The Rockets stayed in control, save for some teases by the Jazz, and this is where they stand, right on the cusp, right with the Warriors suddenly swelling in their windshield. Remember, the Rockets built their team and their season around overcoming the Warriors; the Jazz never came up in conversation. That’s why they added Paul last summer, and why Harden tweaked his isolation-dominant game to accommodate Paul, and why the rise of Capela is raising the possibility of Houston bringing a new Big Three in Golden State’s direction. That Houston won another game despite a toned-down offense and a vanishing three-point shot — they made just 26 percent Sunday (Monday, PHL time) and in the last three games are at 29 percent — is either an impressive or troublesome trend depending on your hot take. D’Antoni is playing up the former. “We haven’t shot well the whole series,” he said. “But there’s all different ways to win. We’re not strictly a jump-shooting team. Chris has got the midrange. James gets to the hole. You’ve got Clint down there. We’ve got a lot of other stuff we can go to.  The whole plan was to get that so we wouldn’t be a one-dimensional team.” “We’ll get to 100," D'Antoni added. "Anyway, if we do our part defensively, we have a real good shot to win.” Against the Jazz, does it really matter? Utah arrived this far on hard work and solid coaching and an otherworldly rookie, but those teams don’t travel deeper than this in the playoffs. Their lack of star appeal is flaring up and gradually costing them right now. They started a rookie, a guy cut by the Clippers, an undrafted free agent, a Celtics’ castoff and a center who can’t shoot. Also, Derrick Favors isn’t 100 percent and Ricky Rubio missed his third straight game with a bad hamstring. Then, in the third quarter, Dante Exum grabbed his hamstring and was done for the night, perhaps for the series. They’re playing with house money after losing their franchise guy, Gordon Hayward, to free agency last summer. They won 48 games, had winning streaks of 11, nine and six after Jan. 22, grabbed the No. 5 seed and probably sent Paul George plotting an exit strategy from Oklahoma City after beating the Thunder in the first round. Then they stole a game from the No. 1 seed in the West, in Houston no less. What’s not to like? And yet, reality is settling in Utah like the famous bronze sunsets in the Wasatch Valley. Joe Ingles shocked the Rockets with 27 points in the Game 2 win; he totaled 21 points the next two. Exum was a national talking point for 48 hours after becoming a Harden Stopper in Game 2, but his 15 minutes quickly evaporated, and now he has the sore hammy. Mitchell had one insane quarter when the series shifted to Utah — his 13 points in the third quarter Sunday. Otherwise, not much else. Their plight was cruelly spelled out in a few sequences in Game 4. Mitchell stripped Harden and drove for a layup but couldn’t convert. Ingles broke Capela’s ankles on a step-back jumper but missed the three. Rudy Gobert took a pass and drove the lane... and Capela swooped from nowhere and rejected him. That was one of Capela’s six blocks (to go with 15 rebounds), and he influenced roughly a dozen others. “Donovan drove the lane and saw Clint and decided to pass, and that doesn’t show up on the stat sheet,” said Paul. “There was a lot of that.” Harden had issues once again against Utah after opening the series with 41 points. He shot poorly from deep, missing 6-of-7, and coughed up eight turnovers and couldn’t take control of Game 4. That left the savior role to Paul. Such is the luxury the Rockets have this season; when one superstar is handcuffed, the other is released. Paul was the best player on the floor if not the most efficient. In 35 minutes he had just one turnover, and in addition to scoring, he chipped in with 12 rebounds and six assists. “He was extremely aggressive tonight, which is what we needed,” Harden said. And why not? Paul can smell the next round and a chance, once and for all, to change the narrative with regards to his playoff history, which is an awkward fit with the rest of his playing history. When that was brought up to Paul, Harden respectfully interjected, “He’s not thinking about that. We got a game Tuesday and we’ll do whatever we can to close it out.” Paul laughed. “We’re not going to give up,” he confirmed. There’s no reason for that. The Rockets are suddenly on the verge — where they thought they’d be all along. The Western Conference Finals are tapping Paul and the Rockets on the shoulder and reminding them of their season-long mission statement, and the Rockets are very much OK with that. “We didn’t come this far,” said Harden, “just to be up 3-1 in this series.” No, not this one. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

7 highlights of the awesome Bruno Mars concert

Bruno Mars "hashtag blessed" (sing it now) Manila with two days of his live performance. The 24K Magic World Tour on Thursday was more than a concert---it was an awesome party.   At the Mall of Asia Arena last May 3-4, he performed hits from the album "24K Magic." It was the Album of the Year at the 2018 Grammys, and has also won the Best R&B Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical awards.   The American singer (dad is Puerto Rican; mom is Filipino) also played the tracks we've heard live during the Moonshine Jungle tour in 2014, but 24K Magic was definitely more fun.   Super partied with Bruno Mars (it's hard to call him just Bruno) from t...Keep on reading: 7 highlights of the awesome Bruno Mars concert.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 5th, 2018

Single/Single the movie: Love is definitely not enough

MANILA, Philippines – After two seasons on cable television, Single/Single is getting a movie debut in Single/Single: Love is Not Enough. The story picks up where the series left off in 2016, with Joee (Shaina Magdayao) about to give birth while Joey (Matteo Guidicelli) deals with the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

Matteo Guidicelli comforts Sarah Geronimo after Vegas breakdown

“Keep walking, I’ll always be beside you. No matter what. I love you my love. And I miss you.".....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

Matteo Guidicelli to Sarah Geronimo: Keep walking, I ll always be beside you

MANILA, Philippines – As news of Sarah Geronimo's emotional spiel in Las Vegas spread on social media, her boyfriend, actor Matteo Guidicelli, also turned to social media to pen a touching message for the pop star.  "Keep walking, i’ll always be beside you. No matter what. I love you my ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 30th, 2018

A baby is a blessing -- Matteo

Kung si Matteo Guidicelli ang tatanungin, okay pa siya sa kanyang single life at talagang hindi pa niya masabi kung kailan siya lalagay sa tahimik. “Okay pa naman, marami pa naman tayong pangarap sa buhay. I don’t know… anything will happen, tingnan natin,” pahayag ng aktor nang matanong tungkol sa….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018

Two 12-year-old kids selected to represent Philippines at Football for Friendship program in Russia

AJ BOY VICTORIANO and Matteo De Venecia, 12-year-old football enthusiasts from Philippines, have been selected as country’s representatives at the global Football for Friendship (F4F) social program. The F4F program, supported by Gazprom and FIFA aims at developing youth football and a healthy lifestyle as well as promoting tolerance, open-mindedness and respect for different cultures […] The post Two 12-year-old kids selected to represent Philippines at Football for Friendship program in Russia appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018