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Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 21st, 2017

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 21st, 2017

Loisa Andalio beats Joshua Garcia in Kids Choice Awards

MANILA, Philippines — Actress Loisa Andalio has won over Joshua Garcia, her love interest in the primetime series “The Good Son,” at the Nickelodeon’s Kids C.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

PBA: Balkman s 43 points lift Beermen to crucial win over TNT

Crucial victory for the reigning champions. San Miguel had superior composure in the end, taking a big 99-94 win over rival TNT Saturday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the MOA Arena. The Beermen got 43 points from import Renaldo Balkman and the defending champions avoided back-to-back defeats, improving to a 4-4 record to maintain its playoff spot. San Miguel actually forced a three-way tie with Magnolia and Globalport for the 5th-7th spots. "This a badly needed win," head coach Leo Austria said. "Thankful kami na we were able to survive TNT. They [Beermen] know the importance of this game," he added. [Related: PBA: Romeo, Lassiter ejected from TNT-SMB game for getting into each other's face] The Beermen opened up a 15-point lead in the first half, 42-27, but that evaporated in the fourth as things got heated between both teams. Terrence Romeo and Marcio Lassiter were ejected in the first half for a pair of technical fouls while Arwind Santos and Anthony Semerad were also thrown out in the fourth for getting flagrant 2 fouls. [Related: PBA: Arwind ejected from SMB-TNT game for flagrant 2] Tied at 83 with 7:36 to go, the Beermen mounted an 11-3 run behind Balkman, taking some much-needed cushion to hold on for the win in the end. Balkman led the way with 43 points, 26 in the first half. He also had 15 rebounds and six blocks. Four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo added 19 points for the Beermen. The KaTropa, who took their second straight loss for a 6-3 record, got 26 points and 18 rebounds from import Joshua Smith.   The Scores: San Miguel (99): Balkman 43, Fajardo 19, Cabagnot 12, Ross 7, Lassiter 7, Santos 7, Pessumal 4, Ganuelas-Rosser 0, Lanete 0 TNT (94): Smith 26, Pogoy 13, Trollano 13, Rosario 8, Williams 8, Castro 7, Semerad 6, Reyes 6, Cruz 3, Romeo 2, Garcia 2, Taha 0    Quarter scores: 33-22, 55-46, 79-72, 99-94   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintg8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

All is well between Loisa & Joshua

MANILA, Philippines — Loisa Andalio couldn’t be any happier for being part of the ABS-CBN primetime drama The Good Son......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 25th, 2018

PBA: June Mar after meeting Smith again: 'Naawa ako sa sarili ko'

June Mar Fajardo already mentioned how hard it is for him to guard TNT import Joshua Smith. Back in the Finals of the 2017 Commissioner's Cup, the PBA's Most Valuable Player had trouble against the hulking Smith. [Related: Fajardo admits having trouble on Smith: Sobrang bigat niya] A year later, not much has changed. June Mar is still having trouble. "Laki niya, bigat niya. Ang galing," Fajardo said of Smith after the Beermen took a hard-fought 99-94 win over TNT Saturday. "Naawa nga ako sa sarili ko eh," he added with a laugh. Smith and June Mar were battling practically all game long. Fajardo logged 43 minutes while Joshua played for 45. June Mar scored 19 points and Smith responded with 26. For all of his trouble though, Fajardo is relieved the Beermen got a crucial win. A loss would have been disastrous for the defending champions who are already struggling with a .500 record after beating the KaTropa. "Mahirap, di naman siya madali kalaban kasi ang laki niya. Galing niya pumasa pag nasa ilalim kasi ang lapad niya eh, buti nakuha namin yung panalo," June Mar said. "Kailangan namin yung panalo para may chance kami makapasok. At least nasa gitna kami," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Joshua Garcia & Julia Barretto On Breaking Through The Challenges Of Their Craft

This unstoppable tandem has stood their ground through and through......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Joshua Garcia Talks About Learning From His Mistakes

He's far from perfect, but he's growing with every lesson......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018
Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

'3x3WC: Pogoy after bitter loss to Canada: 'Para sakin na sana pero kinuha nila sa akin'

BOCAUE, Bulacan --- RR Pogoy's FIBA 3x3 World Cup moment was there for the taking. Sadly, the Canadians managed to snatch it away at the last second. Down seven against the unbeaten Canadians, Pogoy caught fire from deep, single-handedly carrying Gilas Pilipinas in the must-win game. Pogoy's hot shooting gave the Philippines an 18-16 lead with a minute to go and after Canada recovered to take a one-point advantage in the dying seconds, RR got final chance to win the game for the Philippines. It wasn't meant to be as a heavily-contested two-point attempt missed at the buzzer. The loss ultimately eliminated Gilas Pililipinas from the tournament. "Sayang lang talaga yung Canada," Pogoy said. "Kasi para sakin na sana pero kinuha nila sa akin," he added. Despite the bitter loss, Pogoy says there's so much to learn in this 3x3 stint for Gilas Pilipinas. And if given the opportunity again, he'd like to put those lessons into actions. "Dapat matuto tayo sa experience na yun kasi kami ‘yung first timer. Dami din mga bagong rules," Pogoy said. "Pinapanood namin yung game against Canada. Talagang nasayangan talaga kami pero yun talaga eh. May nananalo, may natatalo, first timer kami. Di pa kami masyado sanay sa 3X3. Siguro dapat matuto kami sa tournament na ito kasi may ibang tournament pa. Next time," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 11th, 2018

'ChalkLovesJoshLia: Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia Open Up About Their Enduring Connection

There's no stopping these two from reaching even bigger heights......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 11th, 2018

Le Tour de Filipinas: Cariño brothers top laborious Stage 3

The Cariño brothers proved that excellence runs in the family as Philippine Navy-Standard Insurance’s El Joshua and 7-Eleven Cliqq RoadBike Philippines’ Daniel Ven made a historic 1-2 finish in the arduous Stage 3 of the 2018 Le Tour de Filipinas. The Cariño brothers thrived under sweltering conditions as they made a decisive breakaway in the town of Sta. Barbara, some 30 kilometers from Lingayen, before they engaged themselves in a mad dash to the finish in front of their fellow Pangasinenses near the Pangasinan Provincial Capitol. However, it was El Joshua who crossed the finish line first after the taxing 185.20-km trek that started in Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya, and ran through the crowded roads of the country’s cycling hotbed in four hours, 28 minutes and 56 seconds for his breakthrough lap win in the annual race. The impressive performance by the Cariños also caused big changes in the general classifications, with El Joshua, 25, jumping from ninth spot to the top of the general classification with an aggregate time of 8:17:23 that enabled him to wrest the coveted yellow jersey from fellow Navyman Ronald Oranza. Oranza, the Stage 2 winner, struggled this time and checked in at 15th overall, causing him to slip down to third spot, a minute and 41 seconds off the pace going to the fourth and final stage on Wednesday, a back-breaking 154.65-km trek to Baguio City made tougher by a Hors Category climb in the treacherous Kennon Road. Meanwhile, Daniel Ven, 19, remained in strong contention as he moved up from 11th spot to second overall, just four seconds behind El Joshua. However, the Cariño brothers, who both hail from Mangaldan, some 22kms away from here, already pulled off an astonishing feat by becoming the first Filipino siblings to make a 1-2 finish in the only International Cycling Union-sanctioned road race in the country. “Gusto namin gumawa ng history sa cycling na magkapatid na nanalo sa UCI,” said El Joshua, savoring the feat in the presence of their father Bienvenido, 78. “Madali sa aming dalawa kasi magkapatid kami. Dream come true kasi history talaga ‘yun.” Philippine national team Mervin Corpuz, one of the country’s promising riders, checked in a minute and 30 seconds behind the Cariños to cap another strong showing by local hopefuls who occupy seven spots in the Top 10 so far. Navyman Jan Paul Morales, still the green jersey holder as the best sprinter, is running at fifth with a clocking of 8:19:11, followed by 2014 champion Mark Galedo (seventh, 8:19:17) and Marcelo Felipe (eighth, 8:19:17) of 7-Eleven Cliqq RoadBike Philippines and Navy’s climbing specialist Junrey Navarra (ninth, 8:19:30). Korean Jung Hajeon of Uijeaongbu Cycling Team continued to be the best foreigner so far after he checked in at sixth in the stage. But he slipped two rungs lower down to fourth in the GC rankings with a total time of 8:19:11. A pair of foreign riders still in the Top 10 are Indonesian Aiman Cahyadi of Team Sapura, who moved a rung lower to sixth with an aggregate time of 8:19:14, and Terengganu’s Eritrean rider Metkel Eyo who slid down from fourth to 10th overall with 8:20:11 clocking. In the team classifications, the irrepressible Navymen continued to show the way with a total time of 25 hours, 56 minutes and four seconds, just three seconds ahead of Team 7-Eleven. Uijeongbu Cycling Team is at third, more than 12 minutes behind. It was the Cariño brothers, however, who put on a show as they pounced on their weary rivals in the homestretch, with the sweltering heat making it tougher on the field which has been split to several groups after repeated attacks early on. “Bago kami umatake, sabi ko, ‘Tara na!’” shared El Joshua. “Hindi naman maghahabol ‘yung 7-11 kasi 7-11 siya, tapos ganun din sa teammates ko. Kaya ‘yung gameplan namin, natuloy talaga. Hinayaan namin ‘yung mga foreigners na maghabol. Nagkataon siguro na pagod talaga ‘yung mga foreigners. Na-tsambahan namin.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

Le Tour de Filipinas: Oranza wins chaos-free Stage 2

Philippine Navy-Standard Insurance skipper Ronald Oranza and his in-form teammates took full advantage of their familiarity of the challenging Stage 2 route as they stamped their class in the 2018 Le Tour de Filipinas under a bright Monday sunshine. Oranza, 26, attacked like a hungry cheetah in the mountainous part of Santa Fe popularly known as Dalton Pass while his fellow Navymen sustained the pressure in the homestretch as they stood at the forefront of the local charge in the 157.9-kilometer journey that started in Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, and finished just entering the town proper here. Oranza whopped it up as he crossed the finish line in three hours, 48 minutes and 34 seconds before he looked back at the 15-man chase group that included all of his four fellow Navymen with a big smile, savoring his breakthrough lap victory in the annual bikathon. The Villasis, Pangasinan native became just the fourth Filipino stage winner in the only International Cycling Union-calendared road race in the country after veteran riders Oscar Rendole, Arnel Quirimit and 7-Eleven Cliqq RoadBike star Mark Galedo, the 2014 champion. Oranza admitted that his familiarity of the tricky route, made tougher by Category 4 and 2 climbs in the dreaded Dalton Pass, proved decisive because he and his fellow Namen negotiated the same course with relative ease during their unstoppable run to a domestic tour crown last March. “Malaking tulong na pamilyar kami sa ruta kasi ma-survive lang namin ‘yung Dalton Pass, ‘yung daan papunta dito, rolling na,” said Oranza, who also topped the pair of KOM challenges to claim the red polka dot jersey given to the best climber. But he will still wear the coveted yellow jersey given to the general classification leader for today’s Stage 3, the longest at 185.20 kms from Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya, to Lingayen, Pangasinan, in what could be another decisive lap. Not to be outdone was Oranza’s teammate Jan Paul Morales, 32, who seized the green jersey as the best sprinter after sweeping two intermediate sprints inside the first 60 kilometers. He also moved up from fourth spot to third in the individual GC for his six-second time bonus. Galedo’s 7-Eleven teammate, Daniel Ven Carino claimed the white jersey as the best young rider after he finished with the chase group, more than 11 minutes ahead of his Japan-based Interpro Stradalli counterparts Kouki Shinoda and Kouki Mitsuda. A pair of Navymen, climbing specialist Junrey Navarra and El Joshua Cariño, also finished inside the Top 10 at sixth and seventh spots, respectively, while grizzled Bike Xtreme Philippines rider Cris Joven checked in at eighth overall. Korean Jung Hajeon of Uijeongbu Cycling Team and Eritrean Metkel Eyob of Terengganu finished second and third overall respectively while Iranian Reza Hosseini of Pishgaman Cycling Team rounded up the top five finishers. Meanwhile, chief commissaire Louise Jones lauded the organizers and members of the local government units of Nueva Ecija and Nueva Vizcaya who all did an excellent share in ensuring the smooth flow of the race column this time, unlike in Bulacan and Pampanga where the traffic gridlock proved hellish as it could be due to lack of coordination that led to the stoppage of the opening stage last Sunday. “Yesterday was very much a safety issue, I feared for the riders’ lives. Today, everything was 300-percent better,” said Welsh Jones, a two-time Olympian before she became an International Commissaire. “Everyone did their job properly. The organization looked after us pretty well and I’m pleased with the marshals and everyone who made the racing very safe,” added the first Chief Commissaire of the race also sanctioned by the PhilCycling. It was the Navymen, however, who put on a dominant show of force as they set the tone early behind Morales before Oranza made his big move at the mountainous part of Santa Fe where he formed a three-man breakaway that included 7-11 rider Nelson Martin. However, Martin struggled to sustain the pace under the scorching heat in the town of Bambang and was eventually swallowed by their persistent chasers. But Oranza persevered and dug deep in his tank for one final push in the last three kilometers to complete his impressive lap victory......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 21st, 2018

PBA: Missed go-ahead layup not the main issue, says Japeth

Down 16 at the half, 46-30, Japeth Aguilar could have sealed another comeback win for the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings.  The power forward got a pass from Scottie Thompson, drove to the hoop for a wide-open shot, and missed a point-blank layup that would have put the Gin Kings up 94-92 with about three seconds left in the first overtime. Instead, Phoenix got the miss, but was not able to win at the buzzer and needed five more minutes to get the much-needed win. Aguilar did not sulk on the missed point-blank shot, instead focused on the bigger picture. "You know, it happens. Nagmintis ako. Pero, it's not even the issue eh. May mga chances kami in the second overtime. I thought we had some good looks but we didn't convert and had some crucial turnovers. We kept falling behind, then we're playing catchup," the Aguilar said after the game. The 6'9 forward revealed that coach Tim Cone had put them through intensive training during the long layoff, which the player called as "hell week" to manage and try to straighten their kinks. In the upcoming week, Aguilar's hands are full since he is part of the Luzon All-Star squad and the Gilas selection for the Visayas and Mindanao match-ups. He also admits that he is still getting used to his new designation as a swingman, as part of the three towers Cone fields in the game, along with import Charles Garcia and Greg Slaughter.  I'm on the post, then the guys will just move around. Gotta cut, so ayun. Yung exciting part, you look, I gotta look at it as a challenge, you know to add something in my game."   __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary.       .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 20th, 2018

FULL LIST: Nominees, FAMAS awards 2018

MANILA, Philippines – The nominees for the 2018 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards were announced on Thursday, May 3.  Ang Larawan, Birdshot and Respeto lead this year's list of Best Picture nominees. Rapper Abra, Dngdong Dantes, Joshua Garcia, Bembol Roco, and Allen Dizon are among those being ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 4th, 2018

Bimby Aquino Doesn’t Care If You Bash Him Online

We've seen too many times how blunt Kris Aquino can be. We've collected some of her infamous clapbacks and brutally honest posts as proof of that. But you know who else has quotable quotes that are worth hearing? Her son, Bimby. We saw a glimpse of Bimby's humor and straightforwardness when he would tease Kris about having a new boyfriendand comment on the harsh words that were said to him. He also wrote a note to Joshua Garcia about being their "adopted" brother. One part read, "I can teach you to be good and respectful to women. [If] you are a good boy, you shall be rewarded in heaven. But if you are a bad boy, you shall burn." Not what you'd expect an 11-year-old would say, and...Keep on reading: Bimby Aquino Doesn’t Care If You Bash Him Online.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

PBA: Gin Kings not out to get saved by Brownlee

Justin Brownlee is still with Alab Pililpinas trying to win the ABL title. And so as Ginebra starts its 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup campaign, the Gin Kings are not looking for Brownlee for help. They only have each other, and Charles Garcia, to lean on... for now. "As of now kasi hindi namin tinitignan na parang temporary import lang for Justin [Brownlee]. Justin is wala sa picture, sa ngayon," guard LA Tenorio said after Ginebra got whipped by Rain or Shine for its conference opener. "Andyan yung import namin, kung sino man yung import namin, we'll deal with that. I'm sure the coaching staff also has a plan for our import that's why kinuha nila. I'm sure with coach Tim, alam niya kung ano gagawin," he added. Replacing Shane Edwards as a fill in for Brownlee, Charles Garcia had a decent debut for the barangay, scoring 19 points while adding six rebounds and eight assists. However, Ginebra received a 19-point beatdown at the hands of the Elasto Painters. "No need to panic," said Tenorio even after Ginebra's rough start with Garcia. "Di naman kami out kaagad eh, marami pa yan. We just have to look at the video and see kung ano dapat namin i-improve," he added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

Kris gumagawa ng ingay

NAGSIMULA na ang shooting ng pelikulang “I Love You, Hater” na tinatampukan ng reel and real love-team na Joshlia nina Joshua Garcia at Julia Barretto kasama ang controversial na si Kris Aquino na pinamamahalaan ni Giselle Andres under Star Cinema. Ito bale ang follow-up film project nina Julia at Joshua….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsApr 26th, 2018

LOOK: Kris Aquino on first day of shooting of ‘JoshLia’ film

The Queen of All Media is officially back on the big screen. Aquino is set to star in "I Love You, Hater", Star Cinema's latest film involving onscreen and real life love birds Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto. This is Aquino's comeback to ABS-CBN after leaving the network giant about two years ago, and she is nothing but excited. Last Tuesday, April 24, Aquino shared a snap on Instagram showing them on the first day of the movie shoot. She took note of how friendly Garcia was, approaching her and talking to her as soon as she arrived. She also commended Barretto for still looking fresh, beautiful and positive despite obviously being so tired. A post shared by Kris C. ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Kris Aquino on first day of shooting of ‘JoshLia’ film.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 26th, 2018

Kris Aquino talks about role in upcoming JoshLia movie

MANILA, Philippines – Kris Aquino is set to make her big screen comeback alongside Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto in Star Cinema’s I Love You Hater, and the "Queen of All Media" was generous with the details of her new role – and the rest of the movie. In an Instagram ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 24th, 2018

UAAP VOLLEYBALL: NU sweeps way back into the Finals for the sixth straight year

National University stormed to a 25-13, 25-13, 31-29, demolition of hapless University of Sto. Tomas in the 80th UAAP men’s volleyball Final Four to advance in the championship round for the sixth straight year Sunday at the MOA Arena. Bryan Bagunas and Madzlan Gampong starred in the Bulldogs’ fourth win in a row heading into the best-of-three Finals starting on April 28.    NU will await its championship opponent on Wednesday when the three-time reigning titlists Ateneo de Manila University and Far Eastern University clash in a winner take all duel for the last Finals berth. “Gawa rin naman sa ginagawa namin sa suporta ng school namin at managers. ‘Yung sixth straight appearance namin sa Finals ay bunga sa suporta ng school, ng mga magulang ng players. Masaya kami,” said NU coach Dante Alinsunurin. Bagunas finished with a career-high 29 points coming off 24 attacks, three aces and a couple of blocks including the match-clinching denial over Arnold Bautista to seal the 73-minute victory. Gampong had eight markers while James Natividad           After dominating the first two frames, the Bulldogs found themselves trailing, 16-19, in the third. Gampong and Bagunas led NU’s comeback as the Bulldogs pushed at match point, 24-22. The Tigers saved two match points after an error by Gampong and a kill block by Tyrone Carodan before Joshua Umandal’s kill pushed UST at set point, 25-24. Bagunas’ back-to-back hit brought NU back at match point, 26-25. UST regained the set point advantage before saving two more match points to tie the frame at 29.           The fourth year hitter Bagunas pounded a through the block kill to break the deadlock before scoring a kill block on Bautista. Jayvee Sumagaysay scored 10 points while Umandal had nine for the Espana-based squad.           --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2018