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Sofia Andres makes face while Diego Loyzaga tells how much he loves her

Sofia Andres makes face while Diego Loyzaga tells how much he loves her.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 22nd, 2017

Sofia Andres makes face while Diego Loyzaga tells how much he loves her

Sofia Andres makes face while Diego Loyzaga tells how much he loves her.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2017

Tampuhan

May tampuhan o LQ (lovers’ quarrel) nga ba sina Sofia Andres at Diego Loyzaga (SofIego loveteam) noong premiere night ng Mama’s Girl last Monday sa Trinoma? May video kasing nai-post sa YouTube kung saan ay pinuna ng blogger ang pagkakailangan at tila hindi pagpapansinan ng dalawang bida ng pelikula. Kitang-kita….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 16th, 2018

Diego, naaapektuhan sa pamba-bash kay Sofia

Halatang si Diego Loyzaga ang mas naa-apektuhan sa mga pamba-bash na natatanggap sa social media ng ka-loveteam at rumored girlfriend na si Sofia Andres. “May namba-bash kay Sofia,” kwento ni Diego sa farewell presscon ng afternoon series nilang Pusong Ligaw. “Somebody was bashing her about, ‘are you insecure? Is that….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

Liza, atat nang lumipad sa ‘Darna’

TWICE nagkaroon ng presscon sina Sofia Andres at Diego Loyzaga last Saturday. Tanghali, kinopo sila ng entertainment media for their soon-to-be released flick na Mama’s Girl where Sofia is assigned the title role. Diego, of course, plays Sofia’s leading man. And Sylvia Sanchez, Sofia’s mom. Direction: Connie Macatuno. Producer: Regal….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 7th, 2018

Diego Loyzaga professes love for Sofia Andres: "Mahal ko si Sofia."

Diego Loyzaga professes love for Sofia Andres: "Mahal ko si Sofia.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 20th, 2017

Sofia Andres reveals being there when Diego Loyzaga had breakdown: "Umiiyak siya, he's really hurt."

Sofia Andres reveals being there when Diego Loyzaga had breakdown: "Umiiyak siya, he's really hurt.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsFeb 25th, 2017

Sofia Andres defends Diego Loyzaga on drug accusations

Sofia Andres defends Diego Loyzaga on drug accusations.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2017

Sofia Andres defends Diego Loyzaga on drug-use allegation: "Kaya ko pong patunayan na negative."

Sofia Andres defends Diego Loyzaga on drug-use allegation: "Kaya ko pong patunayan na negative.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2017

Diego Loyzaga attends LizQuen movie premiere with mom Teresa and Sofia Andres

Diego Loyzaga attends LizQuen movie premiere with mom Teresa and Sofia Andres.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsFeb 13th, 2017

Star Magic Ball 2016: Diego Loyzaga, Sofia Andres win Couple of the Night

Star Magic Ball 2016: Diego Loyzaga, Sofia Andres win Couple of the Night.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 23rd, 2016

Diego Loyzaga to Sofia Andres: 'Maganda kang bata.'

Diego Loyzaga to Sofia Andres: 'Maganda kang bata.'.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 30th, 2016

Diego Loyzaga 'kuya-zoned' by Sofia Andres

Diego Loyzaga 'kuya-zoned' by Sofia Andres.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 27th, 2016

Why Diego Loyzaga still can't court Sofia Andres

Why Diego Loyzaga still can't court Sofia Andres.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 26th, 2016

Diego Loyzaga 'kuya-zoned' by Sofia Andres

Diego Loyzaga 'kuya-zoned' by Sofia Andres.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 26th, 2016

Why Diego Loyzaga still can't court Sofia Andres

Why Diego Loyzaga still can't court Sofia Andres.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 25th, 2016

Diego Loyzaga sings 'Ako'y Sa 'Yo at Ika'y Akin Lamang' for Sofia Andres on her debut

Diego Loyzaga sings 'Ako'y Sa 'Yo at Ika'y Akin Lamang' for Sofia Andres on her debut.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 25th, 2016

Warriors secure now, but face questions on Cousins, Durant

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com OAKLAND, Calif. -- All is rather calm at the moment with the defending champs, who are idling until they reach two important checkpoints in their gold-bricked road: What happens when DeMarcus Cousins comes back, and what happens if Kevin Durant doesn’t? One carries implications for this season, the other impacts next season and beyond. It’s really that simple for the Warriors, the heavy NBA favorites who once again are threatening to burst everyone else’s balloon for the next seven months and then pop bottles in June. While his new teammates are busy breaking a sweat in Camp Kerr, Cousins is mostly off to the side of the court, on his own schedule, going through the next phase of his rehabilitation from a torn Achilles suffered last spring. There is no timetable on his debut. Still: He represents a bonus for the defending champs, an ace card that doesn’t need to be played until it’s time, perhaps around the All-Star break in February, before for the playoffs. It’s quite a luxury to have, for a team that has everything: A big man with skills who averaged 25 points, 13 rebounds and 1.6 blocks last season with the Pelicans and is only 28. Assuming a full recovery, which isn’t a slam dunk by any means, Cousins would still be in his prime once he suits up and makes life complicated for teams trying to game plan for Golden State. And then there’s the elephant in the gym. Durant remains on a year-to-year contract. Initially, this was done mainly to ensure the Warriors wiggle room under the salary cap to re-sign Andre Iguodala and keep the core of a three-time champion. Yet Durant chose the same financial strategy this summer during free agency and therefore will be back on the market in 2019. You ask, and he says only: “Just keeping my options open.” It’s a rather sound, if rare, strategy that’s afforded by only few, as in, just Durant and until this summer, LeBron James. For the superstar who has already banked in excess of $100 million on the court and pulls that much and perhaps more in endorsements, there’s no financial incentive or urgency to lock in long-term. LeBron did so with the Lakers last July only because it was finally the right time: He turns 34 this year. Going year-to-year allows Durant, 30, to stay unchained in case something happens that causes him to sour on the Warriors and/or fall in love with another team. He’s an MVP contender in his prime and so a long-term deal will always await, no matter if he stays or goes. The only risk is a career-threatening injury, and in such an unlikely yet worst-case scenario. Durant is already wealthy times ten. Flexibility, right now, is more valuable than long-term money. The bigger issue is how this hovers above the Warriors, and there’s no sign that it’s causing sleepless nights. For one: Durant is in the fold for this season and the Warriors remain loaded; therefore their sights are fixated on June, when the championship will be decided, not July, when free agent starts. And two: The organization seems secure in itself and believes at the moment of truth, Golden State will be his best option. The evidence is pretty compelling. Next season the Warriors move into a state-of-the-art arena in San Francisco; ownership is laughing at the luxury tax, which could approach over $150 million in two seasons depending on the payroll; and in case you haven’t noticed, the Warriors are on a championship roll. Finally: Durant enjoys his surroundings. “We’re selfless, care about each other, that’s what the Warriors do,” he said. “My cup is full here knowing that you can walk in here and be yourself, no judgment, just all love. The championship is just the cherry on top.” It’s hard to imagine Durant going to a more talented team. The Warriors are still in their prime, at least the core. Steph Curry is 30 and Durant joins him on Saturday. Cousins, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are 28. It’s rare for a professional sports team to have three titles in the bag with stars in their prime as they chase No. 4; usually, one or two of the main pieces are old and in decline. Extensions are due for Thompson and Cousins next summer along with Durant, and Green in two years. The conventional thinking is a team can’t pay everyone, and perhaps not. But the Warriors will generate millions in their new building, enough to keep a payroll approaching $300 million (and cope with high luxury taxes) if they chose to do so. The goal is to keep the championship train running, until it can’t, because dynasties are hard to build and trickier to maintain. The Warriors have the opportunity to see this through, and so they’ll try. “We’re not looking at this as the final dance,” said coach Steve Kerr. “Like I said, we want to have some fun and enjoy what we have this year and move on from there. Our focus is to really enjoy it while it lasts. And nothing lasts forever, so we know that. We want to go out this year and enjoy every step of the way." Thompson repeated Thursday how much he “loves” living in the Bay Area and “I’d be crazy not to” think about the amount of in-prime talent he’d leave behind if he signs elsewhere. Green said he imagines himself a Warrior “for a long time.” Durant? We’ll see. In the meantime, the Warriors, like Durant, will take it year-by-year. It’s the only way to do business in the modern NBA. This year promises big returns, once again, on the floor. The last team to reach the Finals five straight years was the Bill Russell Celtics. And the Warriors, who swept the Cavaliers last June, who bring Durant and Curry and Thompson and Green back, finally have a center-piece this time. When Cousins returns, this team will be built to make history. And then, come free agency next summer, when the bill comes due, we’ll find out if they’re built to last. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 28th, 2018

Canelo Alvarez intends to start ‘new chapter’ in GGG rematch

SAN DIEGO --- Canelo Alvarez is getting his hands wrapped for training when he cocks his head and makes a kissing noise. In a stroller across the gym, his baby daughter's face positively lights up at the sound. Alvarez is deep in the final weeks of work before he meets Gennady Golovkin on Sept. 15 in a middleweight title rematch. It's the most compelling fight of the year and the possible culmination of a sports rivalry that has turned into a bitter personal grudge. Alvarez's suspension for failing two drug tests earlier this year is the primary source of this animus. It's the reason the fight was postponed four months, costing both fighters untold millions, and it's the reason the M...Keep on reading: Canelo Alvarez intends to start ‘new chapter’ in GGG rematch.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 1st, 2018

US OPEN 18: Serena Williams makes her return to New York

By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press Women to watch at the U.S. Open, where play begins Monday: ___ SIMONA HALEP Seeded: 1 Ranked: 1 Age: 26 Country: Romania 2018 Match Record: 46-8 2018 Singles Titles: 3 Career Singles Titles: 18 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 — French Open ('18) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-Lost in 1st Round, '16-QF, '15-SF, '14-3rd, '13-4th Aces: Won two hard-court titles this season. ... Claimed her first Grand Slam title at the French Open in June. ... Wins nearly half of all return games, WTA's best rate. Topspin: A year ago, exited in the first round against Maria Sharapova. This year, could face a Williams sister in the fourth round. ... If she's healthy, could make a deep run. ___ CAROLINE WOZNIACKI Seeded: 2 Ranked: 2 Age: 28 Country: Denmark 2018 Match Record: 32-12 2018 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 29 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 — Australian Open ('18) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-2nd, '16-SF, '15-2nd, '14-F, '13-3rd Aces: Third among active women with 21 career hard-court titles, trailing only the Williams sisters. ... Converts 52.1 percent of break-point chances, No. 2 on tour in 2018. Topspin: Loves that she no longer has to hear questions about why she hasn't won a major tournament. ... Her counter-punching clearly can succeed in New York, where she's twice reached the final. ___ SLOANE STEPHENS Seeded: 3 Ranked: 3 Age: 25 Country: United States 2018 Match Record: 27-13 2018 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 6 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 — U.S. Open ('17) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-Won Championship, '16-Did Not Play, '15-1st, '14-2nd, '13-4th Aces: First attempt to defend a Grand Slam title. ... Last year's triumph capped a comeback after foot surgery. Topspin: Boom-or-bust streak in Grand Slam tournaments continues: She has either reached the final (twice) or lost in the opening round (three times) at her past five majors. ___ ANGELIQUE KERBER Seeded: 4 Ranked: 4 Age: 30 Country: Germany 2018 Match Record: 40-14 2018 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 12 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 3 — U.S. Open ('16), Australian Open ('16), Wimbledon ('18) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-4th, '16-W, '15-3rd, '14-3rd, '13-4th Aces: Reached at least the fourth round at 12 of 14 tournaments she entered this year, the best rate among top-10 players. Topspin: Returned to the height of her powers with a Wimbledon title last month; one third of her career trophies came at majors. ___ MADISON KEYS Seeded: 14 Ranked: 14 Age: 23 Country: United States 2018 Match Record: 21-11 2018 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 3 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 0 — Best: Runner-Up, U.S. Open ('17) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-Runner-Up, '16-4th, '15-4th, '14-2nd, '13-1st Aces: Winning 61.6 percent of service points this season, ranking third on tour. Topspin: Run to French Open semifinals showed overall development of her game. No reason she couldn't have another long stay in New York. ___ SERENA WILLIAMS Seeded: 17 Ranked: 26 Age: 36 Country: United States 2018 Match Record: 12-5 2018 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 72 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 23 — U.S. Open ('99, '02, '08, '12, '13, '14), Wimbledon ('02, '03, '09, '10, '12, '15, '16), Australian Open ('03, '05, '07, '09, '10, '15, '17), French Open ('02, '13, '15) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-DNP, '16-SF, '15-SF, '14-W, '13-W Aces: Trying to win her first U.S. Open title since claiming a third in a row in 2014. ... Missed the tournament last year because she gave birth on Sept. 1. Topspin: You've heard it here before and you'll hear it again: Never count out Williams, no matter what her form appears to be entering a tournament. ___ MARIA SHARAPOVA Seeded: 22 Ranked: 21 Age: 31 Country: Russia 2018 Match Record: 2018 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 36 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 5 — U.S. Open ('06), Wimbledon ('04), Australian Open ('08), French Open ('12, '14) Last 5 U.S. Opens: '17-4th, '16-DNP, '15-DNP, '14-4th, '13-DNP Aces: 11-0 in first-round matches at Flushing Meadows. ... Hasn't been past the fourth round since 2012; missed the U.S. Open three of the past five years. Topspin: Made Grand Slam return in New York in 2017 after absence of more than 1½ years because of a doping ban......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 25th, 2018

Sofia Andres stays out of sight from screen to focus on loving herself

Actress Sofia Andres has decided to take it slow and go off the radar, a decision that perhaps had many of her followers concerned for the familiar face now much-missed on the screen. Andres was la.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018