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Kim, kimi sa pagsasalita ukol sa lovelife

“NAPAKALAKING tulong nito sa career ko,” pag-amin ni Kim Domingo sa launching ng Ginebra San Miguel Calendar Girl 2017 sa Sequoia Hotel kamakailan. Ang GSMI kasi ang kauna-unahang big endorsement ni Kima kaya naman sobrang laki raw ang maitutu.....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsOct 23rd, 2016

Kim, pressured bilang bagong Ginebra San Miguel Calendar Girl

AMINADO si Kim Domingo na malaking pressured sa kanya ang pagiging Ginebra San Miguel Calendar Girl. “Sobrang pressured kasi the past calendar girl tulad nina Soleen Heussaff, Marian Rivera, sobrang nagse-seksihan. So talagang itong calendar na ito .....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsOct 20th, 2016

PBA: Nothing to worry about Terrence after ejection says Castro

TNT has some odd history with imports in a sense that the KaTropa always seem to get uber-talented reinforcements. Uber-talented but a hothead. Ivan Johnson and Glen Rice Jr. come to mind. TNT has another uber-talented import for the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup in Terrence Jones but the former Houston Rocket didn’t even get to finish his second PBA game Saturday. Jones had a minor incident with Alaska’s Jake Pascual late, and was ejected with about two minutes to go in a sure TNT win. He finished with 43 points and 22 rebounds. The KaTropa simply brush off the incident, saying Jones is good. “Obvious naman na wala talaga siya ginawa. Sobrang napaka-humble na tao and napaka-good guy,” TNT leader Jayson Castro said of Jones. “Nagha-hi sa lahat, nangangamusta. Even yung import ng kabila sinasabi na you have a great import. Di lang as in sa basketball, pati sa outside makikita mo talaga,” he added. Jones is averaging 42 points per game so far and TNT is at 2-0 after back-to-back double-digit wins. The trend in the PBA now is to get resident imports and Jones could be that guy for the KaTropa. It could be a possibility unless Jones makes his way back to the NBA. He’s that good and that young still. “Pero syempre, sa age niya at sa nilalaro niya, makikita mo parin na pang NBA parin siya,” Castro said. “At alam namin gusto niyang makabalik doon, at tutulungan namin siyang makabalik doon,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News19 hr. 2 min. ago

PBA: Yeng irate over “stupid” foul that cost NLEX a win

In a close game Saturday against Northport, one particular call got NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao irate. With the Road Warriors trailing by one in the final minute, Kyles Lao was called for a pushing foul on Nico Elorde. Elorde was going out of bounds and tried to call timeout. No timeout was awarded but instead, Lao was called for the push when he rushed in and tried to trap Elorde near the sideline. Guiao argued the call and was given a technical in the process. And while Elorde ended up missing two of the three free throws awarded to him, NLEX ended up still losing by four, dropping to 0-2 for the 2019 Commissioner’s Cup. “I'm not surprised that people are complaining about the officiating. My problem with that call is si [technical director] Eric Castro justified [it]. I think that's stupidity. That is a stupid way to justify that call. They justified it by saying there was contact. The problem is not all contacts are foul. To me, that is a stupid way to justify that,” Guiao said. “Sobrang nipis. And previous to that action, kung gusto nilang tumawag ng foul, we just watched the tape, Sean Anthony was climbing all over the back of Kenneth Ighalo. They did not call that but they called an itsy bitsy physical contact. To me, that's not justifiable,” he added. With such a close game and the timing of the call, coach Yeng says that the foul should have been let go. It pretty much cost NLEX the win he said. “We got a really ugly break. I don't think the foul on Kyles Lao was something that you should call in a situation like that,” Guiao said. “That's a really bad call and it cost us the game,” he added. Still, coach Yeng was satisfied with his team’s effort in the loss. NLEX went All-Filipino against Northport as import Tony Mitchell’s documents didn’t arrive in time to make the game. “I'm actually happy with our effort. We played without an import but we had a chance to win the game in the last one or two possessions,” Guiao said. — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 25th, 2019

Eugene Domingo, ayaw maging ina

  KUNG ang ibang babae ay pursigidong maging ina, iba si Eugene Domingo. Ayon sa 47-anyos na aktres at TV host, ayaw niyang maging ina, ever. Ito ay dahil ayaw na raw niyang dagdagan pa ang dami ng tao sa mundo. “Dadagdagan ko pa ba? Istorbo na, di ba? Tsaka hindi na rin ako kabataan. […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsMay 24th, 2019

Andrea, sobrang insecure sa kilay

KUNG marami ang naiinggit o nagagandahan sa kilay ni Andrea Brillantes, kabaligtaran naman pala ito sa tin-edyer. Ani Andrea, ”actually sobrang insecure ako sa kilay ko rati. Inahit ko siya noong araw na may photo shoot ako kaya naging puting-puti siya at nasita ako ng nanay ko. Pero natutuwa ako na marami ang natutuwa sa kilay ko ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

Eugene Domingo, wala nang balak magkaanak!

Sa edad niyang 47 years old, wala na raw sa plano ni Eugene Domingo ang manganak. Gusto na lang daw niyang mag-enjoy at mag-travel. “I mean, I care for the children, pero siguro ‘yung mga pamangkin ko o ‘yung mga magiging apo ko sa pamangkin ko, ‘yung mga inaanak ko… “Mayroon akong mother instinct, pero ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

PVL: May Jia kami – Valdez on Creamline’s advantage

It is fact that Creamline has a really stacked line-up, but prized hitter Alyssa Valdez sees one very important advantage against the competition. Setter Jia Morado. “One of our advantages as a team aside from chemistry is really Jia,” said Valdez as the Cool Smashers gear up to defend their title in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. Valdez and Morado will be back for the import-laden tournament together with a solid local line-up along with Thai import Kuttika Kaewpin and Venezuelan veteran Aleoscar Blanco.  “Madami kaming players na magagaling na spikers but I think Jia will play a crucial role and a crucial player in our team because she’s gonna run the plays,” said Valdez, who has been teammates with Morado since their UAAP days with Ateneo de Manila University. “She’s the one who would decide kung kanino niya ibibigay ang bola. With Jia, we’re really (going to) be composed. Hopefully ma-achieve namin ang goal namin.” Morado welcomes the beautiful problem of having a vast arsenal of talent to work with. “Oo naman. It’s hard kasi iba-iba sila ng sets pero parang nakikita ko naman and nakikita rin naman ng coach namin how we can utilize ‘yung strengths ng bawat players sa loob ng court,” said Morado. The playmaker will get a lot of scoring options in Valdez, their imports and local stars in Jema Galanza, newcomer Heather Guino-o, Michele Gumabao, Pau Soriano, Rissa Sato, Coleen Bravo, Rizza Mandapat, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano, Rose Vargas and Celine Domingo. Setting up the plays will also be an easy task for Morado with reliable liberos in Mel Gohing and Kyla Atienza while she can get a good rest if needed with another veteran playmaker Kyle Negrito coming off the bench. However, Morado down plays their tag as a ‘super team’.    “I don’t think we’re the super team,” she said. “I think all of the teams are equally strong this year. It just boils down to who jells well with their imports.” “Kasi we’re not only looking at all-Filipino line-ups eh, na-up pa ng level with a couple of imports per team,” the three-time Best Setter added. “So dun ang question kung sino ang aabot ng dulo and kung sino ang kayang i-absorb ng import ang system ng team.” Morado points out that the strength of Creamline is not with the names of their stars, but on the roles they are willing play to help the cause.  “We’re still hoping na balance pa rin ang offense namin na we’re not relying too much on our imports, we’re noyt relying on a couple of locals. We’re relying on a balance scoring offense,” said Morado. The Cool Smashers open their campaign on Sunday against PetroGazz.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

UAAP 81 Volleyball: Everything was worth the wait for Deanna Wong

Deanna Wong can now call herself a UAAP champion.  The fourth-year playmaker helped the Ateneo Lady Eagles to their first UAAP Women's Volleyball Championship since Season 77 with a 2-1 Finals Series win over the very game University of Santo Tomas Golden Tigresses, led by season MVP Sisi Rondina.  The championship capped off an impressive season for the Lady Eagles, but it was not without its hurdles, as they found themselves in three do-or-die matches throughout course of the semifinals and the finals.  But of course, the victory is made sweeter because of the challenges along the way, and for Wong, the championship made the last four years of hard work and sacrifice all worth it.  "Everything is worth the wait lang talaga," Wong told ABS-CBN Sports. "This has been a very long and very hard journey for me, personally." Wong became Ateneo's lead setter in UAAP Season 80, following the departure of two-time champion and former Best Setter Jia Morado after Season 79.  [RELATED: Morado sees Wong as Lady Eagles' leader in Season 82] While her first season as the Lady Eagles' primary playmaker ended in heartbreak after getting booted out in the semifinals by FEU, Wong and Ateneo bounced back with a vengeance in Season 81, finishing the the best record in the league and ultimately, the title.  "Sa dami ng pinagdaanan ko, sobrang hirap, mahirap talaga, and I think, sobrang overwhelming lang and nakuha namin yung goal namin, and it was my first championship in the UAAP, it’s really great," she continued.  Now, even days after helping steer the Lady Eagles back to the summit of UAAP Women's Volleyball, Wong admits that it has yet to sink in.   "Parang hindi ko parin mapaniwalaan eh, kasi after four years of being in college, ngayon ko lang naranasan talaga," Wong said with a wide smile on her face. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2019

PVL: Creamline: Building a Dynasty

It’s a no-brainer that other squads look at defending champion Creamline as the team to beat in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. But more than its star-studded line-up and veteran core, the Cool Smashers’ success and expected good run comes from the foundation it built that resulted in a winning culture. The team did struggle in its maiden campaign before working its way up to where it is now - both a champion in the import-laden and Open conferences.     After all Rome wasn’t built in a day.   Now with a chance to solidify their claim as PVL’s powerhouse team, the Cool Smashers are relying on their tried and tested core and team chemistry in spite of having a new foreign coach, the addition of new local players and a pair of impressive imports.      “From the last conference marami ang core ng players na ever since nagkaroon ng Creamline Cool Smashers kami-kami na rin ang naroon,” said Creamline’s prized hitter Alyssa Valdez. “So I think it’s a good sign na maganda ang foundation namin as a team.” Back to help Valdez retain the throne are local stars Michele Gumabao, Melissa Gohing, Pau Soriano, Rissa Sato, Jema Galanza, Coleen Bravo, top setter Jia Morado, Rizza Mandapat, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano, Kyla Atienza and Rose Vargas. Joining the crew are Far Eastern University’s Celine Domingo, Heather Guino-o and playmaker Kyle Negrito.   Creamline re-signed Thai import Kuttika Kaewpin and will introduce a new reinforcement in Venezuelan veteran Aleoscar Blanco. “‘Pag may mga pumapasok naman di naman nalalayo ang mantra nila or attitude and character ng mga players kung ano ang gusto namin as a team,” added two-time conference Most Valuable Player Valdez. "I think maganda na mayroong culture na naitayo at na-build ang team namin. Kasi maraming players na nasa Creamline ever since na natayo, kami pa rin ang nandoon,” Valdez said. The Cool Smashers will be under a new coach in former Chinese national team player Huanning Li, who replaced Tai Bundit of Thailand. “We have a new coach, we have a new system so we hope na dahil dun iba rin ang mabibigay namin this conference,” said Valdez. Though the team is stacked with big names in local volleyball, Valdez points out that what’s good about their team is that players know very well their specific role. “My teammates are very humble and down to earth, they’re really taking the roles kung ano ang role nila in our team. Yun talaga ang ginagawa nila,” she said. Creamline will be tested on Sunday against PetroGazz. Catch the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference starting May 26, Sunday LIVE on S+A, S+A HD, LIGA, LIGA HD, iWant and via livestream. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2019

Anton Diva, pangarap magkaroon ng isang hit song

  SA COMEDY BAR nagsimula ang career ni Anton Diva as a singer na gumagaya kay Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez.  “First three years ko sa comedy bar sobrang pressure kasi di naman ako komedyante. Hindi … Read More The post Anton Diva, pangarap magkaroon ng isang hit song appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsMay 21st, 2019

Retiradong pulis, isa pa patay sa pananambang sa Isabela

Naguilian, Isabela – Tinadtad ng bala ang dalawang indibidwal kabilang ang isang retiradong pulis sa Barangay Surcoc sa Naguilian, Isabela, Lunes ng hapon. Kinilala ang mga biktimang sina Edralino Domingo at negosyanteng si Jane Tul-o. […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsMay 21st, 2019

Anak ni Mega sa ‘Kuwaresma’ umamin: Grabe yung experience!

ALL praises si Kent Gonzales kay Megastar Sharon Cuneta who played his mom sa “Kuwaresma.” “Sobrang bait niya po talaga lalo na sa aming magkapatid. Of course, sobrang suwerte ko po, sobrang blessed lalo na kasama ko po ang Megastar. “Hindi pa siya nagsi-sink in sa akin kasi baguhan lang po ako. ‘yun po ang […] The post Anak ni Mega sa ‘Kuwaresma’ umamin: Grabe yung experience! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 20th, 2019

Andrea, Francine nagkakasakitan na sa ‘Kadenang Ginto’

Inaabangan ang pagtatarayan nina Francine Diaz at Andrea Brillantes sa Kadenang Ginto, the undisputed number one afternoon soap sa ABS-CBN. “Ako po ‘yung naunang nanakit sa kanya. Sobrang nagalit ako sa kanya. Lumaban na po siya sa akin. Tumapon ang salamin ko. Oh, my God. Ganoon pala ‘yun,” Francine recalled. “‘Yung scene na ‘yun, kinabahan […] The post Andrea, Francine nagkakasakitan na sa ‘Kadenang Ginto’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 19th, 2019

UAAP Season 81 Finals: Ayaw ko pang i-let go ang UST -- Sisi Rondina

If given a chance, outgoing University of Sto. Tomas ace Sisi Rondina would still want to play for the Tigresses.  The Season Most Valuable Player bid goodbye to the black and gold on Saturday – a fruitful five-year stint that saw Rondina give her all from the struggling days of UST up to the final moment of the Tigresses in the biggest stage of the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament.         “Kanina kasi that time na the ball was checked out alam ko na pagka-hit pa lang ng bola, pagkapuntos pa lang ng kalaban alam ko na matatapos na ako as a Golden Tigress and ‘yun ‘yung sobrang nasaktan ako,” said Rondina after UST absorbed a stinging 17-25, 22-25, 22-25, Game 3 loss to Ateneo de Manila University at the MOA Arena. The Cebuana hotshot hammered 18 points with 11 digs and seven excellent receptions in her last three sets as a Tigress. As the final attack of Jules Samonte went off the block for the Lady Eagles’ championship point, Rondina knew there’s no turning back. No more chance for redemption – at least for her.       “Ayaw ko eh, ayaw ko talaga [umalis], gusto ko na maging Golden Tigresses as champion,” said Rondina. “Sabi ko nga kanina, kinokontra namin ang destiny na para sa Ateneo talaga.” “Ako sa sarili ko, destiny talaga ng Ateneo kinontra lang namin. It was a good run for us kasi who knows, na maniniwala na mga bata ang kasama ko and partida mga bata pero pag naglaro kakaiba,” added Rondina, who led a rookie-laden Tigresses squad to its first Finals appearance in eight years.   Despite falling short of fulfilling her promise to be remembered as the woman who will bring back the title to Espana, Rondina remained proud of where her sacrifices and efforts led UST to.   “Gusto ko [maalala nila ako] isa sa mga nagpabalik sa Finals kahit hindi korona. Kapag sinabing Sisi Rondina, gusto ko lang na, ‘UST oriented ‘yan, mahal niya ang UST, hindi pinapahiya ‘yung UST.’ Kung gusto lang naman nila akong ma-remember,” she said. “Isa rin is mahal na mahal ang UST, mga ganoon. Ayaw ko pang i-let go ang UST.” Still, the power-hitting player was grateful to her teammates’ effort to give her a chance to play in the Finals “Napakasaya ko kasi sila ang nagpatikim sa akin kung ano ang Finals, Finals be like. Kahit anong sasabihin ko hinding-hindi na talaga ako makakabalik, kahit gustuhin ko mang bumalik. Sabi nga sa kanta, may dulo pala ang langit,” Rondina said. “For me I’m blessed to have them [teammates], kahit na second place kami kasi sobrang unforgettable moment, day and time, sobrang gusto ko kasi na sana pag graduate ko may maiiwan ako sa UST na hindi makakalimutan ng iba,” she said. Rondina will leave UST without a title. But she surely inspired a new breed of Tigresses and a community.     ---   Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 18th, 2019

‘Buwan’ ni JK waging song of the year

Halos kilalanin na bilang pambansang awitin ang kanta ni Juan Karlos Labajo na “B­uwan” dahil sa sobrang hit nito. Saan ka man magpunta ay maririnig mo ang kantang ito.The post ‘Buwan’ ni JK waging song of the year appeared first on Abante News Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsMay 17th, 2019

PBA Finals: 5-peat hardest title to win since Beeracle says Arwind

San Miguel Beer’s 2019 PBA Philippine Cup conquest is special for a lot of things. One, it’s the Beermen’s fifth straight Philippine Cup crown. That’s a league record and it pretty much established San Miguel’s status as the greatest All-Filipino dynasty of all time. Two, the seven-game series win against Magnolia is pretty much the hardest and most fulfilling title for the Beermen since the incredible “Beeracle” run in 2016. “Maliban sa Beeracle, ito na yung pinaka-mahirap naming kunin na championship,” Arwind Santos on their 4-3 Finals win against the Hotshots to complete the 5-peat. “Sobrang nakakakaba pero dito pa rin nasubukan yung tiwala namin sa bawa’t isa,” he added. In 2016, San Miguel was down 0-3 to the Alaska Aces before the Beermen went on to make the greatest comeback in basketball history to win back-to-back titles. In 2019, San Miguel was down 0-1, 1-2, 2-3 in the series and was trailing by 17 in the second half of Game 7 to Magnolia before rallying in the fourth to win by one point in the decider. The Beermen simply refused to let go and now their place in history s secured. “Sa totoo lang, para akong lalagnatin. Pagod na pagod ako,” Arwind said. “Ang hirap bumitaw kasi ang lapit lang eh. Kung kumurap ka, puwede ka pa manalo. Yun na lang nasa isip namin nun. Sige lang, tiwala lang sa bawa’t isa,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 16th, 2019

UAAP 81 Finals: BDL grateful for competitive Ateneo crowd

Game 2 of the UAAP 81 Women's Volleyball Finals was jam-packed and the Mall of Asia Arena was covered in either blue or yellow on Wednesday. To observers, it seemed like University of Sto. Tomas fans outnumbered Ateneo de Manila University's. Based on my estimate crowd here in #UAAPSeason81 Women’s ???? Finals Game ?? is 70% ???? 30% ????. #UAAPSeason81VolleyballFinals — Pong Ducanes (@ompongski) Mayo 15, 2019 Still, that ratio didn't affect the Lady Eagles as they romped to a four-set triumph over the Golden Tigresses. "I think it's a good experience na we've been here a couple of times. You really learn to tune the crowd out," Bea De Leon said. Indeed, the Katipunan volleybelles have had their fair share of big games - having been in the Finals seven of the last eight years. More than that, they got a big boost from their own crown which, though outnumbered, kept making their voices be heard. "Actually, kahit kain yung crowd (namin), they really tried to overpower (pa rin yung kabila)," she said. She then continued, "Sobrang thankful namin na kahit yun, linalabanan nila." And so, for all y'all who never tired of shouting "One Big Fight," Ateneo team captain Bea De Leon sends her regards. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 15th, 2019

Krystall Herbal B1B6 malaking tulong para makatulog agad sa gabi

Dear Sister Fely, Ako po si Salud Diskotito, 62 years old, taga-Alabang. Ang ipapatotoo ko po ay tungkol sa napakabisang  Krystall Herbal B1B62 at Krystall Herbal Oil. Dati po, nahihirapan po talaga ako makatulog kahit anong gawin ko. Kahit pagurin ko pa ang mga mata ko hindi pa rin po talaga ako makatulog. Sobrang hirap ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsMay 15th, 2019

UAAP Season 81 Finals: Blessed na nag-UST ako -- Rondina

University of Sto. Tomas prized hitter Sisi Rondina was at loss for words for the touching gesture of the UST alumni, community and supporters to fly in her family to watch her play in Game 2 of the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball Finals.     Rondina, who is set to receive her Most Valuable Player award on Wednesday before the pivotal Game 2 of the best-of-three championship series against Ateneo de Manila University, welcomed her family who came from Cebu Tuesday afternoon at the NAIA Terminal 4. UST alumni and supporters chipped in to fund the airfare and accommodation expenses of Rondina’s family. In a separate interview, Rondina admitted that due to her priority of buying a 2-storey house in her hometown in Compostella, she won’t be able to fly her family to Manila to watch her in the biggest stage of country’s premier collegiate league in her swan song.       “Blessed na nag-UST ako and syempre to be part of the UST community. For me, masaya ako kasi first time nilang makapanood dito sa Manila, championship pa,” said a very thankful Rondina, who is also set to claim the 2nd Best Open Spiker award. “Masaya ako syempre kasi ma-a-awardan ako bukas na andoon sila.” The Queen Tigress was grateful for her UST family for the special gift not only to her but also for her teammates Alina Bicar and Dimdim Pacres. Bicar's family flew in from Samar Tuesday morning while Pacres' family landed in Manila in the afternoon a few minutes after Rondina's family's arrival.      “Sobrang thankful ako kasi plano ko talaga na makapanood sila ng live and naisip nila [fans] na papuntahin sila [family ko] dito. And hindi lang ako pati sina Dimdim (Pacres) and Alina (Bicar) [family nila andito rin].” “Mapapasabi ka na lang na ‘buti na lang nag-UST kami’ kasi ‘yung support ng community andoon talaga,” she added. “Sobrang sarap ng feeling na ‘yung mga taong tumulong sayo hindi nagdalawang-isip. Hindi ko alam kung paano ako magpapasalamat.” Rondina promised the UST community that she will play her best to deliver the title and end a nine-year wait. “Syempre I will do my best para sa game namin and syempre para worth it lahat ng efforts nila,” she said.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 14th, 2019