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In Focus: Meet Nadine Lustre 2.0, The Fiercest Youth Idol To Live In Filipino Showbiz

Damn be the time she becomes apologetic for it, dare we say......»»

Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnSep 11th, 2019

James nag-sorry kina Yassi at Issa; Nadine nagmakaawa aa madlang pipol

NAG-SORRY si James Reid sa magkapatid na Yassi at Issa Pressman matapos madamay sa break-up nila ni Nadine Lustre na halos tatlong taong nag-live in. Hiyang-hiya ang hunk actor sa mag-sisters dahil nga sa pagkakadawit sa kontrobersyal na paghihiwalay nila ni Nadine na hanggang ngayon ay mainit na pinag-uusapan sa loob at labas ng showbiz […] The post James nag-sorry kina Yassi at Issa; Nadine nagmakaawa aa madlang pipol appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2020

When the Philippines showed its best as SEA Games hosts in 1981, 1991 and 2005

Hosting the biennial Southeast Asian Games, just like any international multi-sport competition, offers an opportunity for a country to flaunt its best—in terms of organizing the event, making the tournament stand-out, and unleash a vaunted athletic campaign against the region’s best. Before this year’s SEA Games, the Philippines has hosted the SEA Games three times—all of which were momentous and ground-breaking. And in each successive staging, the Filipinos went up the medal standings, reaching the top in the country’s most successful showing in international sports when the country last hosted the biennial event 14 years ago. 1981 This was the first time the Philippines took the cudgels in hosting the Games. Already in its 11th staging, the SEA Games became a centerpiece event of President Ferdinand Marcos’s presidency, as it highlighted his administration’s heightened focus on sports development. This was through the initiative of Marcos nephew Michael Keon’s Gintong Alay program.  The Games was known as the launching pad of Asia’s sprint queen Lydia de Vega, who marveled everyone with her speed and track prowess that earned her the Gold in record-breaking performances in the 100, 200, and women’s relay teams. Isidro del Prado was another track phenom, ruling the 400 meters also in record fashion. The Games was the breakthrough year in Philippine sports as it produced a bountiful harvest in Golds from track and field, cycling, bowling, boxing, basketball, swimming, and weightlifting, among others. The Philippines ended at third, its highest place at the time, with 55 golds, 55 silvers, and 77 bronze medals for a total 187 medals. 1991 Ten years after its impressive first-ever SEA Games hosting, a new government and political climate enveloped the biennial meet. Under President Corazon Aquino, the 16th SEA Games showed the remarkable change the country attained since the 1986 EDSA Revolution, which would be emphasized with an astonishing medal performance, almost topping the 16th edition if not for Indonesia’s marathon gold.  Swimming took the spotlight with ace tanker Eric Buhain capturing a record six golds, making him the most bemedalled athlete, and Akiko Thompson becoming the crowd darling, donning two golds. Bea Lucero also achieved a first-ever milestone of being the only athlete to win medals in two sporting events—two golds in gymnastics in 1987 Jakarta and a gold in the bantamweight division of women’s taekwondo in the 1991 Manila games. A 27 year-old Lydia de Vega-Mercado reclaimed the Asian sprint queen title by winning the Gold in the 100 meters over compatriot Elma Muros and Malaysian Goldivasamy Shanti. Muros, however, won the 100 meter hurdles and won the long jump gold for four successive stagings—a SEA Games first.  The Philippines would rule several sport events with a gold rush in swimming, boxing, basketball, shooting, wushu, track and field, taekwondo, bowling, billiards, among others. Its 91 Gold, 62 Silver, 84 Bronze, and 237 total medal count was good for second. 2005 It took fourteen years before Manila hosted the SEA Games again. And in 2005, its rise as the regional powerhouse in sports was completed with the contingent under the administration of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo reaching the top of the medal standings.  The 23rd  staging was unprecedented, starting with the Opening Ceremonies being held at the Quirino Grandstand instead of a sports stadium, drawing an immense live audience—estimated as the largest ever for a sports event at 200,000. It was the grandest, having the widest array of sports legends appearing in the grand parade of colors, such as SEA Games legends Lydia de Vega-Mercado and Akiko Thompson, Olympic silver medalist Onyok Velasco, top basketball player Allan Caidic, and champion equestrienne Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski. When the Philippine delegates arrived, they were accompanied by Miss International 2005 Precious Lara Quigaman, actress Angel Locsin, and then World Boxing Council Lightweight Champion Manny Pacquiao.  Best of all, the Philippines erased the stigma of being the “sick man” of Asian sports, as it won golds left and right, even in sport events it was not usually dominant. Diver Sheila Mae Perez, swimmer Miguel Molina, rower Benjamin Tolentino Jr., and billiards ace Alex Pagulayan were the winningest Filipino athletes with three golds each. Wushu had the most golds with 11, followed by track and field, aquatics, boxing, billiards and snooker, taekwondo, traditional boat race, fencing, wrestling, bowling, judo, and archery. In addition, the Philippines won golds in arnis, karatedo, muay, rowing, shooting, lawn tennis, cycling, dance sports, golf, gymnastics, softball, baseball, lawn balls, equestrian, and pencak silat.  In total, the Philippines won the overall championship with an astonishing 113 gold, 84 silver, 94 bronze, and 291 total medal haul—its best ever in international competitions. Will the Philippines match or eclipse its historic achievement 14 years ago and continue its rise in the medal tally when it hosts the biennial event? Catch the 30th SEA Games in various locations in the Philippines from Saturday, November 30 until Wednesday, December 11 on ABS-CBN S+A, ABS-CBN S+A HD, Liga, Liga HD, iWant Sports, and sports.abs-cbn.com. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 30th, 2019

Meet the BAE of Philippine volleyball

“May bago ng boyband.” Philippine men’s volleyball team star Marck Espejo drew good laugh from his buddies Ranran Abdilla and Bryan Bagunas when asked about their reactions when fans tagged the trio with a playful name. The Nationals made the headlines after their breakthrough podium finish in the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Volleyball Championships in Sisaket a couple of weeks back. But it was the trio of Bagunas, Abdilla and Espejo who took the spotlight. The trio logged in incredible numbers in the tournament and capped it off with a grander performance in the PHI’s come-from-behind five-set win over Saraburi-Thai Denmark in the battle for third. Espejo had 35 points, Bagunas fired 24 while Abdilla, who was converted into a utility, got 19 markers. Some witty fans tagged them as #BAE on social media, taking the first letter of their surnames to create a trend-worthy name for the Nationals’ big three.    “’Yung una kong naisip dun parang nagagawan na kami ng kalokohan so yung men’s team pala nabibigyan na ng pansin ng mga tao,” said Espejo, who was named 2nd Best Wing spiker in the tournament in his return to the national squad since making his debut in 2015. “Hindi lang pala yung eyes ng mga tao sa women’s team yung suporta rin pala meron na sa men’s team,” added the five-time UAAP Most Valuable Player, who played in the Japanese club league last year. Bagunas recalled that it all started when the explosive trio took a picture after their game. “Nag-picture tayong tatlo nun eh na ako, ikaw [Abdilla] saka si Marck, siguro kaya lumabas yung BAE na yun,” said Bagunas, the reigning UAAP MVP who is in his second stint with the national team. Abdilla, who like Bagunas is on his second tour of duty for the Nationals after donning the tricolors in the 2017 Southeast Asian Games, at first didn’t get what the acronym meant.     “Nu’ng una akala ko kung ano ‘yung BAE tapos nung binasa ko siya, nung inisip ko siya, ‘Ay oo nga ano’” he said. “Alam mo naman mga Filipino matatalino ‘pag dating sa mga ganyan. Diyan tayo magagaling hindi nawawalan ng kalokohan ‘yan.” Though the tag may bring some sort of pressure on the trio to perform as the face of the team, they also treat it as a morale boost.   “Pampa-good vibes siya, sa amin naman lahat ng mga wingers namin pwede talaga eh,” said Abdilla. Bagunas thought of it as an indication that they are slowly gaining a fan base after being overshadowed by the more popular women’s division.    “Nakikita na ng mga fans ang men’s volleyball team na parang umu-OK na rin yung sitwasyon ngayon. Yung mga players talagang nagkakaisa na, nagsasama-sama lalo na ngayong SEA Games na dito gagawin,” he said. “Sana suportahan talaga ng maraming mga fans ng volleyball. Sana hanggang sa dulo nandoon ang suporta nila. Sana suportahan na lang nila kung anong meron kami ngayon.” Espejo saw their bronze medal finish as a stepping stone not only to earn the respect and support of the fans but to also give the nation something to believe in come the 2019 SEA Games that the country will host on November. “Masarap sa feeling, tho yun nga kahit sabihin pa natin nung natalo kami nung first game nagsilabasan yung mga bashers pinapansin yung mga laro namin,” said Espejo. “Magandang lesson din sa kanila and sa amin na nakapag bronze kami at kung ano muna yung meron ang national team doon muna mag-focus wag muna hanapin yung wala.” As for BAE, they’ll try to live up to the hype. “Papanindigan na yan! Nandyan na yan eh!” said Bagunas.   ---     Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 18th, 2019

FULL STATEMENT: Viva Films rumesbak kay Nadine Lustre!

KALOKA ang mga kaganapan sa buwan ng Enero. Ang bigay ng vibes ay negative. Sunod-sunod ang kamalasan tulad ng mga bagyo, ang paandar ng Bulkang Taal, Ang VCoV na buong mundo ay nangangamba sa paglaganap na nagmula sa Tsina. Pero humabol din si Nadine Lustre na masalimuot ang showbiz career nang magpaandar ng pagkalas niya […] The post FULL STATEMENT: Viva Films rumesbak kay Nadine Lustre! appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsFeb 2nd, 2020

5 songs that changed Nadine Lustre s life

MANILA, Philippines – So far, Nadine Lustre's 2020 isn't something anyone could have predicted. The actress – who rose to fame as one half of showbiz's most popular love teams – didn't just announce that she and on-and-off screen love James Reid had split up, but also that she has ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 28th, 2020

Nadine Lustre nilayasan na rin ang Viva, ima-manage ang sarili

TULAD ng inaasahan, pormal na ngang iniwan ni Nadine Lustre ang Viva Artists Agency na siyang namahala sa kanyang showbiz career sa loob ng mahigit 10 taon. Matagal nang nababalita na lalayasan na rin ng aktres ang talent management ni Boss Vic del Rosario matapos ngang kumalas ang ex-boyfriend niyang si James Reid sa Viva […] The post Nadine Lustre nilayasan na rin ang Viva, ima-manage ang sarili appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 27th, 2020

Bryant death draws tributes from Asian fans, politicians

BEIJING (AP) — Kobe Bryant was a hugely popular figure in Asia, no more so than in China where basketball rivals soccer as the most popular sport. However, his death Sunday in a helicopter accident comes at an awkward time between the country and the league. National broadcaster CCTC pulled all NBA games off the air following a tweet in October from Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey expressing support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests. The Chinese Basketball Association, led by former Rockets MVP Yao Ming, announced it would suspend all cooperation with the Texas-based team. Yao and the association have yet to comment on the crash that killed Bryant, daughter Gianna and seven others. Bryant's popularity among Chinese fans was rivaled only by Yao, LeBron James and Michael Jordan. His playing appearances, including the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics won by the U.S., were far exceeded by his promotional appearances in the country, both on behalf of his own brand and basketball generally. At a 2013 Lakers preseason game against Golden State in Beijing, the arena rang out with chants of “Kobe! Kobe!” despite the injured super-star not even having suited up for the game. Commemorations begin rolling in online, many of the accompanied by photos of Yao and Gianna with the letters R.I.P. Others showed the two dressed in uniform walking away into clouds under a basketball net. “For our generation, our memories of the NBA begin with Jordan, and move through Kobe and Yao Ming. You were a part of our youth. Already missing the bright sun of Kobe. Go well,” wrote commentator “ZhanHao” on the popular Twitter-like Weibo messaging service. “Your willpower has inspired a generation. Thank you,” wrote “Teacher Kai Ting.” “I hope there is basketball in heaven. Kobe just went to another world to play basketball with his daughter,” wrote “Cici’s green paper.” In Taiwan, where the NBA also is an enormous draw, President Tsai Ing-wen tweeted that her “thoughts go out to the Bryant family & the families of all those who lost loved ones today." “Kobe inspired a generation of young Taiwanese basketball players, & his legacy will live on through those who loved him," Tsai wrote. Philippine presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo noted that Bryant had been a frequent visitor to the Philippines . “He was well-loved by his Filipino fans," Panelo said in a statement. “On the hard court, he was a sight to behold with his dexterity and accuracy in sinking that ball in the ring. He was a master of his craft. The basketball world has lost one of its legendary greats," Panelo said. “The Palace extends its deepest condolences to the family, friends, colleagues, loved ones and fans around the globe who Kobe left behind. We share in their grief." In Japan, Tetsunori Tanimoto, an official at the Kobe Beef Marketing & Distribution Promotion Association, in Kobe, central Japan, expressed his deep condolences for Kobe Bryant’s death. “He helped make Kobe Beef known throughout the world,” he said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press Monday. Kobe got his name, the legend goes, after his father ate Kobe beef during a visit to Japan and loved the taste. Tanimoto, who watches NBA games on TV but has never met Bryant, said people know the story about how Bryant got his name. “We have always felt a closeness to him,” he said. “It is so sad. And we offer our deepest condolences.” ___ Associated Press reporters Yuri Kageyama in Tokyo and Kiko Rosario in Bangkok, Thailand contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 27th, 2020

Huli sa video: James Reid nakipaghalikan kay Issa Pressman?

ISANG avid fan ni Nadine Lustre ang gumagawa ngayon ng ingay matapos lumabas na hiwalay na ang aktres at ang live-in partner nitong si James Reid. One @alexisnaddieluster, on her Instagram account, alleged that Issa Pressman flirted with James. She showed documents to prove her allegations via photos and videos. “Sa mga nagsasabing hindi daw […] The post Huli sa video: James Reid nakipaghalikan kay Issa Pressman? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 21st, 2020

In Focus: The Business Side of Music According to Careless Chairman James Reid

James Reid, along with Bret Jackson and Nadine Lustre, lets us in on the core of Careless......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 6th, 2020

JaDine: A timeline

MANILA, Philippines – Could the new year possibly mean a new start for James Reid and Nadine Lustre – without each other? On January 1, showbiz publication  Pep.ph , citing an unnamed source, said the two called it quits, citing "irreconcilable differences" – as if the couple were going through a divorce, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2020

JAMES, NADINE NAGHIWALAY NA BAGO MAG-2020; ‘FAKE NEWS’ DAW SIGAW NG JADINE FANS

JADINE fans went ballistic when rumors surfaced na naghiwalay na ang magdyowang sina Nadine Lustre and James Reid. Nag-trending topic ang dalawa due to the reactions of fans on social media. Solid ang fans nila and they were of the belief na fake news ang report sa ilang showbiz portals na split na ang young […] The post JAMES, NADINE NAGHIWALAY NA BAGO MAG-2020; ‘FAKE NEWS’ DAW SIGAW NG JADINE FANS appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2020

James, Nadine naghiwalay na bago mag-2020; ‘fake news’ sigaw ng Jadine fans

JADINE fans went ballistic when rumors surfaced na naghiwalay na ang magdyowang sina Nadine Lustre and James Reid. Nag-trending topic ang dalawa due to the reactions of fans on social media. Solid ang fans nila and they were of the belief na fake news ang report sa ilang showbiz portals na split na ang young […] The post James, Nadine naghiwalay na bago mag-2020; ‘fake news’ sigaw ng Jadine fans appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2020

Nadine may banta kay James kapag nakipaghiwalay

AYAW papigil ng aming showbiz insider friend sa pagkuwento tungkol sa reel-and-real life partners na sina James Reid at Nadine Lustre. Nu’ng una’y tinanong niya kami kung kumusta na raw ang magdyowa at kung may naririnig ba kami about them. Ang latest na narinig namin ay si Nadine na aalis na raw sa pangangalaga ng […] The post Nadine may banta kay James kapag nakipaghiwalay appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2020

In Focus: Here s What Nadine Lustre Has to Say About Being Dubbed As Our 'President'

Plus, all the reasons that prove that she really is!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 24th, 2019

SEA Games: PHI sepak takraw bets hope gold medals shine light on sport

SUBIC - The Philippines made history in sepak takraw in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. With their double gold in the women's and men's hoops last Sunday, the Filipinos won an event in the sport for the first time in the regional meet. And for the country's sport officials, that should just be the start. "Out of six (events), sana makakuha tayo ng tatlo. You have to understand that powerhouse Thailand is here, but makatatlo lang tayo, boundary na," Pilipinas Sepak Takraw president Karen Tanchanco-Caballero said. She then continued, "This is the realistic forecast. Sino ba ayaw ng six (golds), but we know our limitations." Still up for grabs in the sport are six gold medals in doubles and regu in the coming days. Whether or not the Philippines gets its goal, though, it already has two golds to show for its trouble - and that is already a much-welcome development. With that, Tanchanco-Caballero said that they are only hoping that this encourages the country's youth to try out sepak takraw. As she put it, "I told (the athletes) that this would make or break the sport in terms of pagkilala. This is very popular in Visayas and Mindanao, but Metro Manila is yet to discover how we are built for the sport." She then continued, "We want to inspire the youth na meron pang ibang sport na magagaling tayo. This is as Filipino as it can get." After all, the Philippine governing body is already going all-out in supporting the growth of the sport. "Our athletes really worked hard. They spent time away from their families and nag-commit talaga sila," its president said while also mentioning that the national team had a three-month camp in Thailand as well as month-long training in South Korea before the regional meet. And of course, that only proved to be a big boost to the Filipinos' gold medal bid. "Yung support ng government, malaking tulong. Pinadala kami sa abroad kaya malaking tulong yun sa preparation," coach Romulo Ruedas said. He then continued, "Pagdating ng panahon, yung Thailand, baka mabi-beat natin." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2019

SEA Games: Opening ceremonies live on ABS-CBN Channel 2, livestream

A spectacle of colors showcasing the Filipino culture and heritage with performances from the country’s most talented entertainers highlight the opening ceremonies of the 30th Southeast Asian Games on Saturday at the Philippine Arena. Athletes, sports officials and dignitaries from the 11 member nations will gather in a night of festivities that will officially kickoff the hostilities in the biennial sports meet. The opening ceremonies will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will air live on ABS-CBN Channel 2, iWant and via livestream. Delayed broadcast will be available on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166, LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183. President Rodrigo Duterte will officially declare the Games open   Lani  Misalucha will lead the singing of the Philippine national anthem. A five-part production number will follow in the opening extravaganza, while musical artists like Apl.de.ap, Aicelle Santos, Robert Sena, Jed Madela, Christian Bautista, KZ Tandingan, Elmo Magalona, Inigo Pascual, Ana Fegi and the TNT Boy will be performing in the one and a half hour program. The Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group will perform a range of dances from traditional to modern hip-hop. Leading Team Philippines in the traditional parade of athletes are flag-bearers Margielyn Didal, Meggie Ochoa, EJ Obiena, Eumir Felix Marcial and Kiyomi Watanabe while Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach will serve as muse of the host nation. Senator and boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao will carry the torch for the momentous lighting of the cauldron some 90 kilometers away from the 55,000-seater indoor arena.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 30th, 2019

Champs are made of brains, brawn

In any competition, a big heart and fighting spirit are trademarks of Filipino athletes. But for Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski, it’s also imperative that athletes focus more on the technical aspects of their events. “The Filipino is very talented but at a certain level, there are requirements that we must meet so we can be competitive,” said […] The post Champs are made of brains, brawn appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2019

SEA Games 2019 Opening Ceremonies: a collaboration of local and international talent

There is nothing like the 30th South East Asian (SEA) Games to help bring out the Pinoy spirit of bayanihan or community, as celebrated artists, production companies, youth groups, and many other organizations are uniting for the SEA Games 2019 Opening Ceremonies to be held on November 30, 2019, at the Philippine Arena. The grand event is set to be an exposition of Filipino culture, and contemporary music and dance, and a testament to the collaboration of great talents. Indeed, it embodies the games' credo of "We Win As One."  Among those who are joining hands to create this extravaganza include Palanca-award winning writer Floy Quintos, National Artist for Music and Ramon Magsaysay Awardee Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, US-based, Emmy-award winning live content creator FiveCurrents, and Filipino companies Video Sonic and Stage Craft International Inc. Heading the all-Filipino lineup of performers are: acclaimed singers Lani Misalucha, Christian Bautista, Aicelle Santos, Jed Madela, Elmo Magalona, KZ Tandingan, Iñigo Pascual, The TNT Boys, Ana Fegi, and Robert Seña, and international rap artist Apl d Ap. “This year’s opening ceremonies are envisioned as a showcase of the enduring aspects of Philippine traditional and contemporary culture,” explains Floy Quintos who is creative director of the 30th SEA Games Opening Ceremonies. The country’s premiere folk dance company, the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group, is also contributing their skills together with hundreds of students from at least 12 different schools and colleges in Metro Manila. They will be dancing in elaborately choreographed production numbers with sets and costumes made by topnotch Filipino visual artists and designers. Eleven local beauty titleholders headed by Ms. Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach are also participating in the ceremonies. “The production’s aim is to show how aspects of culture reflect the energy, physical dexterity and competitive spirit of the Filipino,” Mr. Quintos elaborates.   The 30th SEA Games Opening Ceremonies is touted to be the biggest sports-related television special in Asia this year, as it will be broadcast live and nonstop in the Philippines and several countries in the region, including China and Japan. SEA Games 2019 organizers have found strong allies in Video Sonic and Stage Craft who are veterans in staging concerts and grand productions, and in FiveCurrents which has won 14 Emmy Awards and produced Olympic ceremonies such as the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and London 2012 Summer Olympics......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2019

Nadine Lustre nag-sorry sa KathNiel fans na nasaktan sa FB post ng ama

HUMINGI ng sorry si Nadine Lustre sa madlang pipol lalo na sa lahat ng na-offend at nagalit sa ipinost ng kanyang tatay sa social media na pinaniniwalaang tungkol kay Kathryn Bernardo. Ayon sa live in partner ni James Reid, pinagsabihan niya ang amang si Ulysses “Dong” Lustre nang malaman niya ang laman ng Facebook status […] The post Nadine Lustre nag-sorry sa KathNiel fans na nasaktan sa FB post ng ama appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 1st, 2019

James Reid muntik nang mag-quit sa showbiz dahil sa depresyon

ILANG beses nagtangkang mag-quit sa showbiz ang Kapamilya actor-singer-producer na si James Reid dahil sa matinding depresyon. Ayon sa boyfriend ni Nadine Lustre, grabe ang epekto sa kanya ng pangnenega at pamba-bash ng mga netizens noon, talagang dinadamdam niya ito nang bonggang-bongga. Sa panayam ng Tonight With Boy Abunda, inamin ni James na hirap na […] The post James Reid muntik nang mag-quit sa showbiz dahil sa depresyon appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 31st, 2019