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IN PHOTOS: Rufa Mae Quinto's bridal shower

IN PHOTOS: Rufa Mae Quinto's bridal shower.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 18th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Camille Prats is "The Princess Bride" in her bridal shower

IN PHOTOS: Camille Prats is "The Princess Bride" in her bridal shower.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsNov 8th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Camille Prats' bridal shower

IN PHOTOS: Camille Prats' bridal shower.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 6th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Kaye Abad's salon-themed bridal shower

IN PHOTOS: Kaye Abad's salon-themed bridal shower.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 17th, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Salon-themed bridal shower for Kaye Abad

MANILA, Philippines — Soon-to-be bride actress Kaye Abad was thrown a salon-themed bridal shower on Saturday......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 17th, 2016

Joshua Garcia, may ibinunyag tungkol kay Julia Baretto

Manila, Philippines – Inamin ni Joshua Garcia na mahal pa rin niya hanggang ngayon ang ex-girlfriend na si Julia Barretto. “Espesyal, sobra, mahal ko pa rin ang taong yun. Ang tagal naming nagsama. “At least, hindi nawala yung friendship namin. Yun ang ipinagpapasalamat ko. “Ako, I’m happy kung nasaan kami ngayon,” pahayag ni Joshua sa […] The post Joshua Garcia, may ibinunyag tungkol kay Julia Baretto appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 13th, 2019

Asian Games gold medalist Margielyn Didal happy to see growth in Philippine skateboarding scene

Twenty-year old Margielyn Didal was one of the Philippine contingent's biggest stars during last year's Asian Games in Jakarta/Palembang.  The Cebuana was one of four Filipina athletes to take home a gold medal, representing the tri-colors in an event that wasn't necessarily a popular sport in the Philippines: street skateboarding.  Nearly a year since, the Philippine skateboarding scene is seemingly getting more and more traction, and Didal's success on the big stage served as a catalyst.  "I think the Philippine skateboarding scene, malaki siya, and it’s getting bigger and bigger, especially because they put it in the Olympics, and some parents are interested in putting their kids into skateboarding now," Didal shared during a media scrum at the New Balance Numeric Asia Specific Tour, Friday afternoon in Manila. "I’m super hyped na mas lumaki yung skate scene and mas nabigyan ng pansin." Since becoming an Asian Games gold medalist, life has not been the same for Didal, who has continued to compete with the hopes of qualifying for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.  "It [has been] hectic, with schedule and skate events especially, for these qualification and ranking for the Olympics. I’m super happy about that, getting support from the Philippine government." she said.  For Didal, the busy life is all worth it, especially since the Philippine skateboarding scene is getting some shine along with it.  "Sobrang mas naging busy yung life, pero mas naging okay kasi nabigyan ng pansin nga yun skateboarding dito sa Pilipinas, kasi dati, wala lang." "Before hindi naman sport yung skateboarding. Skateboarding is to have fun. Even now, we’re still having fun, in a good way naman na we’re getting support, we’re getting exposure, at mas lumaki pa nga, tsaka skateboarding kasi, sobrang saya. Hindi ko na-expect na gagawin siyang sport, and from this, I’ve changed my life a lot, and my family’s," she continued.  As such, Didal has become an inspiration to aspiring skaters in the Philippines. Pinoy skateboarders, young and young at heart alike, trooped to the press conference with hopes of getting to meet, and take photos with Didal as well as the other members of the New Balance Skate Team, including Jamie Foy and Franky Villiani.  Seeing the turnout was an amazing feeling for the young Filipina skater.  "Sa mga kids din diyan na naiinspire ng mga pro-skaters katulad ni Jamie Foy, it’s such an honor and it feels amazing na may na-iinspire kami na mga kids or mga other skaters din na gusto mag-skate or yung nag-stop mag-skate and gusto bumalik dahil nami-miss nila yung feeling pag-skateboard." It wasn't only the fans that took notice of Didal's success, but also her hometown's government. Following her Asian Games gold, the Cebu City government pledged the construction of a skate park, which will not only hopefully develop even more future medalists, but also keep them from skating in potentially dangerous places like the streets and main throroughfare.  "It’s such an honor to represent the Philippines, especially for me, I grew up in my hometown without a skate park, getting chased by security, but still, we made it, and now they recognize us and give us the support. That’s overwhelming, na nakita nila lahat, na gusto nila mag-build ng skate park for all skaters," Didal said of the development.  Apart from bringing honor to the country, Didal was also able to show the world that while skating is mainly a male-dominated sport, the girls can hang as well.  "Before, it’s kinda [considered] as male stuff, now there are girl skaters growing all over the world, and it’s good, seeing these girls skating, shredding with them in big events, it’s cool that these girls can skate." Barely in her 20s, Didal still has a lot more skating to do in her career, but already, she has an idea of what she wants her legacy to be when it's all said and done, and that's to have been able to share her talent and her knowledge to the next crop of star skaters.  "I want to share my talent sa ibang tao," Didal expressed. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

Style Inspo: 10 Celebrities Who Are 100% 'PiercingGoals

From Kathryn Bernardo to Coleen Garcia, these celebs will inspire to brave that piercing gun!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 11th, 2019

IN PHOTOS: Andi Eigenmann s baby shower

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Andi Eigenmann celebrated two occasions on Saturday, June 22 – a baby shower for her soon-to-be-born daughter and an advanced birthday party for her. Andi's birthday falls on June 25. Among those present were her siblings led by brothers Gabby Eigenmann and Sid Lucero, and her mother ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2019

Singer JK Labajo to girlfriend model Wroblewitz: Happy birthday, bbq

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebuano singer Juan Karlos Labajo has a sweet birthday message to his rumored girlfriend Maureen Wroblewitz. Labajo shared photos of Asia’s Next Top Model (AsNTM) Season 5 grand winner on his Instagram account on June 22, Saturday. Read more: Maureen Wroblewitz enjoying stint as ‘Eat Bulaga!’ co-host “Happy birthday bbq,” he […] The post Singer JK Labajo to girlfriend model Wroblewitz: Happy birthday, bbq appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2019

Gretchen nilait ng bashers sa socmed: Mukha na siyang syokoy

Happy si Gretchen Barretto sa Father’s Day celebration nila na ginanap sa US kasama ang kanyang daughter na si Dominique at long-time partner na si Tonyboy Cojuangco. La Greta posted some photos na kuha sa US. Kasama rin nila sa Father’s Day celebration ang anak ni Tonyboy na si Patricia na kasama ang kanyang husband […] The post Gretchen nilait ng bashers sa socmed: Mukha na siyang syokoy appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 20th, 2019

Krystall Herbal Oil pang-health care na pang-skin care pa

Dear Sister Fely, Ako po si Pacita Garcia, 73 years old, taga Makati City. Ang ipapatotoo ko po ay tungkol sa Krystall Herbal Oil. Minsan po nangangati po ang mukha ko, Krystall Herbal Oil lang po ang dinadampi-dampi ko sa mukha ko. Ang ganda po ng resulta kasi nawawala po ang pangangati ng mukha ko ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsJun 20th, 2019

Sigaw ng JoshLia fans: Para kaming nabunutan ng tinik!

TILA  natuldukan na ang rumors that Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia have parted ways. In an Instagram photo posted by director Mikhail Red, makikitang magkasama sina Julia at Joshua habang kumakain. They were joined by Dimples Romana and Maris Racal. Kitang-kita naman sa photo na masaya ang young couple kaya naman marami rin ang na-happy […] The post Sigaw ng JoshLia fans: Para kaming nabunutan ng tinik! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 4th, 2019

PBA: Jones on Abueva clothesline: “I don’t think it was basketball”

ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal — After his very first PBA game at the Ynares Center here, TNT import Terrence Jones says he welcomes physical play. It’s fun he said. Sunday back at the Ynares Center for another TNT win, Jones got his “fun” with an uber-physical showdown with Phoenix that resulted in multiple ejectons from both sides. However, one particular play was not physical at all, it was borderline dirty as Jones was on the receiving end of a vicious clotheline from Calvin Abueva in the middle of the fourth quarter. Both players have been going at it and in the previous play, Abueva knocked Jones down and as Terrence was getting up, he apparently hit Calvin in his crown jewels. “I don’t know what type of play that was, I don’t think it was basketball,” Jones said of Abueva’s clothesline. “It’s been very physical for me every game, guys taking cheap shots and doing things to try and get under my skin. I’m learning how to deal with it,” he added. On the alleged hit to Abueva’s nether regions, Jones denies all accusations. He says that was just Calvin trying to get a reaction from him. “I don’t think so man. He was leaning over me and used the tactics to flop a little bit and pretty much acted,” Jones said. “You can go back and watch the film. I know I didn’t put my hand towards any man’s groin area. It’s a lot of cheap shots and guys trying to get a reaction from me since they saw it work two games ago,” he added. Despite the physical play, Jones got his fun. 40 points and a win will get you pretty happy. “Besides that, the game’s fun and I enjoyed getting that win. That is what’s important to me is winning,” Jones said.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2019

The job’s not done : Raptors reset, as NBA Finals loom

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press TORONTO (AP) — The parade that the Toronto Raptors enjoyed last week was an impromptu and quick one. A chance at the real parade awaits. There is a clear back-to-work vibe coming from the Raptors as they get ready for Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time) in Toronto. There was some reveling late last week for an hour or two after winning the Eastern Conference title, but that feeling is nowhere to be found anymore. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] “We know that we accomplished some great things,” Raptors guard Danny Green said. “But the job’s not done.” When the Raptors won the East, after the on-court celebrations and a few moments back in the locker room, someone got the brilliant notion to take the silver conference-championship trophy to what’s known as “Jurassic Park” — the outdoor area usually called Maple Leaf Square, unless the Raptors are playing. So, with players flanked by security and Drake — of course — Kyle Lowry carried the trophy out through an arena concourse long after the game was over on Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time), past hundreds of lingering fans who tried to get hugs and photos, and the group eventually made their way toward the outdoor stage. Most fans were gone by then, and the party didn’t last long. By Sunday (Monday, PHL time), Lowry had shifted his focus to the finals anyway. “Pretty much,” Lowry said. “It’s a big task at hand. We know we’ve got a good team, and we’ve got to be focused every single possession. They’re all going to be massive in this series.” Handling this moment is sure to be a challenge for the Raptors, since most of the players on Toronto’s roster haven’t been to the finals before. If there is a silver lining there, it’s that Toronto has already dealt with the mood-swing pendulum in these playoffs. The most worried Raptors coach Nick Nurse has been about a game so far this postseason was Game 1 of the East finals at Milwaukee — a game that came a couple days after Kawhi Leonard’s buzzer-beating jumper hit the rim four times before dropping in and giving Toronto a win in Game 7 of the East semifinals against Philadelphia. “If there was ever a time I thought maybe a disastrous moment could happen, it was then,” Nurse said. “But man, we played great. Totally outplayed them. We played tough. We didn’t win the game but I thought we outplayed them almost all the way through. We just didn’t get the ball to bounce our way. We might have used a couple bounces a couple days earlier. But again, that just showed me our team was capable of kind of keeping their emotions in check.” They’ll need to be that way again Thursday night (Friday, PHL time). Fred VanVleet doesn’t think it’ll be a problem. “None of us in October and July and June of last year were working out thinking about the conference finals,” the Raptors’ backup guard said Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). “Obviously, it’s a great accomplishment, and we’re happy to be taking that next step. But you want to win a championship. You want to win the whole thing. It’s not about just making it to the finals.” The arena will be electric for Game 1. Jurassic Park will be rocking yet again. But the quick little trophy parade through the halls and stairwells of Scotiabank Arena — one where Green revealed on his podcast earlier this week that reserve OG Anunoby was inadvertently decked in the eye by a celebrating fan, and where Leonard needed two security staffers to clear his path — will be long forgotten by the Raptors when Game 1 rolls around. “I think everybody understands that,” Raptors center Marc Gasol said. “You get to kind of soak it in and enjoy that moment and after that night, the next morning, it’s on to the next challenge.” Everyone knows what that challenge is, too. The Warriors are coming. “I think along this little playoff run there’s been some critical, critical games,” Nurse said. “There’s been some ups and downs, and again, I know I keep (sounding like a) broken record, but we’re just trying to take what’s in front of us. And right now, it’s Game 1.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2019

Coleen Garcia, aabangan sa bagong pelikula

Coleen Garcia, aabangan sa bagong pelikula.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2019

Santillan-fueled Marinero boosts bid for PBA D-League playoffs

Marinerong Pilipino kept itself in contention for the fourth playoff spot in the Foundation Group with a 90-76 drubbing of Perpetual Tuesday in the 2019 PBA D-League at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig. Santi Santillan scattered 21 points and 17 rebounds as he willed the Skippers back from an early 20-32 deficit and grab a 50-36 halftime lead. Gab Banal anchored Marinerong Pilipino's attack with 27 points, 12 boards, and six assists, while Art Aquino added 13 points and five rebounds. It was a big win for the Skippers, rising to 5-4 in the team standings as they now bank on CEU topplomg FEU in their duel next week to claim the seat. Diliman College-Gerry's Grill also got eliminated following the Marinerong Pilipino win as the Blue Dragons hold an inferior quotient in the event of a triple-tie between them, the Skippers, and the Tamaraws. Still, coach Yong Garcia is happy that his side was able to get their act late despite being in no control of their fortunes. "Masaya kami, especially sa huling dalawang laro namin. Like yung sinasabi ng management, maipanalo lang namin yung natitira naming mga laro, at masaya naman ako na nakuha namin," he said. Edgar Charcos scored 19 points, five assists, four rebounds, and two steals in the losing cause for Perpetual (2-6). In the day’s other game, Centro Escolar University moved a win away from securing the top seed in the Foundation Group of the 2019 PBA D-League with a 44-point decimation of Wangs Basketball, 116-72. Tyron Chan ignited the massacre, dropping 23 of his 32 points in the first half, before scattering 10 rebounds, five assists, and four steals as the Scorpions went on a 38-17 start. Senegalese big man Maodo Malick Diouf followed suit with his monster statline of 20 points, 16 rebounds, eight assists, and five rejections. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME MARINERONG PILIPINO 90 -- Banal 27, Santillan 21, A. Aquino 13, Asistio 9, Mendoza 7, Clarito 4, Ayonayon 3, Montalbo 2, M. Aquino 2, Rodriguez 2, Wamar 0, Victoria 0. PERPETUAL 76 -- Charcos 19, Razon 15, Peralta 13, Adamos 11, Egan 6, Guissani 5, Pasia 3, Cuevas 2, Lanoy 2, Martel 0, Aurin 0, Tamayo 0, Sese 0. QUARTER SCORES: 20-30, 50-36, 73-58, 90-76. SECOND GAME CEU 116 -- Chan 32, Diouf 20, Fuentes 16, Formento 12, Uri 11, Rojas 10, Diaz 6, Lisbo 5, Pamaran 2, Abastillas 2, Ke. Caballero 0. WANGS 72 -- Singontiko 12, De Mesa 12, Pallatao 12, Tambeling 8, Wong 8, Gerero 8, Lim 5, Ilac 3, Brojan 2, Alano 2, Mocon 0, Evangelista 0. QUARTER SCORES: 38-17, 55-29, 82-54, 116-72......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 14th, 2019

HOTSPOT: Coleen Garcia, nagbigay-detalye sa kanilang wedding plans ni Billy Crawford

HOTSPOT: Coleen Garcia, nagbigay-detalye sa kanilang wedding plans ni Billy Crawford.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

Coleen Garcia, magaganap ang kasal kay Billy Crawford sa first quarter ng 2018

Coleen Garcia, magaganap ang kasal kay Billy Crawford sa first quarter ng 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

What Coleen Garcia thinks of Jessy Mendiola

What Coleen Garcia thinks of Jessy Mendiola.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 19th, 2017