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WATCH: Jennifer Lopez drops Dinero vertical video

Jennifer Lopez has just released an on-trend vertical video for her recent single 'Dinero'. The singer follows Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes and several other pop stars in recently sharing a.....»»

Category: newsSource: philippinetimes philippinetimesJun 14th, 2018

WATCH: Jennifer Lopez performs, honored with Vanguard award at MTV VMA 2018

MANILA, Philippines – Jennifer Lopez performed a string of hits from "Love Don't Cost A Thing" to "Dinero" at the MTV Video Music Awards on Monday, August 20 (Tuesday, August 21, Manila), as she was honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. Lopez is the first artist of Latina ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 21st, 2018

WATCH: BTS drops IDOL music video

K-pop boy group BTS released the official music video of its latest single "IDOL" along with its new album "Love Yourself: Answer.".....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 24th, 2018

WATCH: Jennifer Lopez’s makeup line arrives in Manila, how to get JLo’s ‘glow’ look

In this video produced by Philstar.com, makeup artist Jim Ryan Ros shows how to achieve JLo's signature "glow" look......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 8th, 2018

Jennifer Lopez to receive Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at MTV VMAs

NEW YORK (AP) --- Jennifer Lopez's two-decade music career will be honored at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards. The network announced Tuesday that Lopez will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on Aug. 20 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Lopez, who last performed at the VMAs in 2001, will also perform at the show. The Bronx-bred performer has released multiple hits and memorable, dance-heavy music videos since the late 1990s, including "If You Had My Love," ''Waiting for Tonight," ''I'm Real" and "Jenny From the Block." Past recipients of the Vanguard award include Madonna, Guns N' Roses and Beyonce. Cardi B is the leading nominee with 10. Lopez earn...Keep on reading: Jennifer Lopez to receive Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at MTV VMAs.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 1st, 2018

WATCH: K-pop group WINNER drops music video for Everyday

  MANILA, Philippines – Guess who's back? Korean pop group WINNER on Wednesday, April 4, released Everyd4y, the group's 2nd studio album since their 2014 debut. The group also dropped the music video for the album's title track "Everyday," a song about wanting to spend time with your loved one all days of ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 5th, 2018

WATCH: Taylor Swift Releases a New Lyric Video Off of ‘Reputation’

Just a few more days till Reputation drops and Taylor Swift releases a new single. She teased "Call It What You Want" on Instagram before the lyric video was uploaded to YouTube. A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Nov 2, 2017 at 5:29am PDT In the video, you will see photos and clips of Taylor playing her guitar, riding a horse, and painting. For the lyrics, they look like handwritten and typewritten fonts with some doodles to go along with it. This is the fourth single to be released along with "Look What You Made Me Do," "... Ready For It," and "Gorgeous." Reputation is set to be released on Nov. 10 everywhere. Taylor will also be having her first per...Keep on reading: WATCH: Taylor Swift Releases a New Lyric Video Off of ‘Reputation’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2017

WATCH: Cruz Beckham drops first-ever music video

WATCH: Cruz Beckham drops first-ever music video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 17th, 2016

WATCH: Exes Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony reunite onstage

WATCH: Exes Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony reunite onstage.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 29th, 2016

(Watch) 2NE1’s CL drops debut US single

2NE1’s lead vocalist, CL will finally drop her debut American single “Lifted” on Friday, August 19, 2016. The official music video for the song is set to be released on the same day......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsAug 19th, 2016

WATCH: Catriona Gray features Iloilo in ‘Rise’ video

Philippines’ representative for Miss Universe 2018, Catriona Gray, continues to promote the country’s beauty as her team released another tourism video featuring world-famous islands......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News7 hr. 19 min. ago

WATCH: Catriona Gray talks music, dreams in Miss Universe intro video

MANILA, Philippines – The introduction video of Miss Universe Philippines Catriona Gray was posted online Friday, December 14. The video showcased snippets from the This is The Philippines series she earlier released, which featured the islands of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. (WATCH: Catriona Gray showcases PH's rich heritage in new video ) Catriona also talked about her love for the arts, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 14th, 2018

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2018

WATCH: In celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the reconstruction of the Manila Cathedral post-war, the papal envoy Thomas Manyo Cardinal Maeda of Osaka, Japan celebrated a Mass for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Video by: Jodel Sarmiento & Maria Crizandra Baylon Source link: Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 13th, 2018

WATCH: Catriona Gray highlights Filipinos’ resilience in Visayas tourism video

For the second part of her “This is the Philippines” tourism video explaining the origin of her national costume, Philippines’ representative for Miss Universe 2018, Catriona Gray, highlighted the resilience of the Filipinos in Visayas......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 12th, 2018

Longtime friends James, Wade prepare for last meeting as opponents

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com LOS ANGELES — Friendships are never formed totally by choice, because fate demands a say-so in the process by creating the time and the place and in the curious case of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, the basketball court. It was in Chicago, June of 2003, site of the NBA’s annual draft combine, the meet market for young players gathered to someday change the game, when Wade and LeBron had each other at wassup. In some ways, it was an unlikely pairing: Teenaged phenom from Akron, Ohio, fresh from the cover of Sports Illustrated and the high school prom who already had a national following; and an overlooked underdog from the Chicago suburbs who only became an acquired basketball taste weeks earlier after a searing run through the NCAA tournament. That day, Wade and LeBron went through the checkup lines for height and weight, vertical leap and whatever else the combines put rookies through and then during a break came the only measurement that counted, when one future Hall of Famer sized up the other. LeBron said: “Some things you can’t explain. Sometimes it’s just chemistry.” Wade said: “When you’re young and coming into the league, you find guys you have something in common with, then you continue to link and that’s what we did. It’s organic how we built this friendship.” Some 15 years later, the bond will endure, likely forever. The basketball part, however, ends Monday night (Tuesday, PHL time) after the game when Wade, who’s calling it a career after this season, peels off his sweat-soaked Heat jersey and swaps it for a Laker top belonging to LeBron. It might qualify as the best trade of the NBA season, or at least the most emotional. "It's sweet and sour,” said LeBron, anticipating the moment at Staples Center. “The sweet part about it is I've always loved being on the same floor with my brother. And the sour part about it is that this is our last time sharing the same court.” Brother? How many folks with different blood can call each other that? True friendship is answering the phone at 3 a.m. instead of letting it ring, and reaching for the tab with longer arms, and above all, becoming a mattress when the other guy falls. Those tests were aced throughout the LeBron-Wade bromance that stretched through two Olympic teams, four years in Miami, two NBA championships and even 46 games in Cleveland together but of course was always put on hold whenever they were on opposite benches. This is best placed into proper context by Gabrielle Union, the actress and wife of Wade, who says ever so delicately about her husband in those friend vs. friend moments: “He wants to kill him. Drop three-balls on him.” Perhaps so, because as Wade says, “you always want to beat your best friend,” yet their competitive spirit is confined within the baselines and between the jump ball and buzzer. Then the teasing and bragging rights begin by text or call, almost instantly. This arrangement irked the old-school basketball culture, long cringing at the chummy ways of a new generation, believing that most if not all interaction should cease until the offseason, or even better, when careers are done. Wade and LeBron then turned up the volume on that subject when they linked up as teammates with the Heat in 2010, angering the purists and creating, at least initially, a team to be despised as well as respected. Not that Wade and LeBron regret that experience at all, or the noise that followed; this was, as Union observed, “far bigger than basketball.” The chance to be neighbors and watch their kids grow up together and celebrate championships on South Beach until well past sunrise was a priceless part of the bonding process, something neither will be able to duplicate as they begin a new phase of their relationship. The chance to let their hair down (well, Wade anyway) and loosen up, away from the crowds and the media, is something they could keep to themselves. Although: Mrs.Wade spilled a few friendship secrets the other day, with an ohmigod and a roll of the eyes. “They laugh a lot,” she said. “LeBron is silly. Dwyane is silly. They’re silly and goofy together. When they’re around each other it’s like a never-ending sleepover. That’s what it feels like when you’re in their orbit. They have an unspoken language and jokes and it’s like a show and everyone’s watching.” It helped that, in addition to being in the same sport, both LeBron and Wade became all-time greats, because like-minded and like-talented people tend to magnetize. It was LeBron who collected MVP awards and a huge social media flock at first, then Wade followed up by winning a championship first, and this created a mutual respect for each other’s abilities. It also allowed them to walk through the same exclusive doors together, for example, making a pair of Olympic teams and a batch of All-Star Games, therefore putting them in close company even before the Heat experience. From those moments, a relationship tightened. And when life threw airballs in their direction, one was there to help the other. “When I was going through the custody of my kids and that battle, he was someone I talked to constantly and told him what I was going through,” said Wade. “And vice versa, when he was going through things family-wise, I could talk to him and try to relate. You lean on guys who have similar stories and have gone through similar things in their lives to help with advice or just be there to listen.” Curiously, one of their few awkward moments happened when they became teammates in Miami initially. The transition, Wade admitted, was friction-free but not totally smooth. Superstars have egos. Adjustments were needed and were done and this was made possible by LeBron’s game, which is built on unselfish play. “It would’ve been easier if we went to a neutral site,” Wade said. “But because he came to Miami, it was my team before he got there. It was a little hard because of that, but once we got through the first year it was easy. He can play with anybody. He can go out and score or he can get 17 points and 20 assists. He knows if a guy hasn’t shot the ball in a while and how to get him going.” Their on-court chemistry was astonishing to witness at times, the best entertainment in basketball back then. They knew each other’s tendencies, spots on the floor and how to mesh. How many times did Wade toss a lob to a streaking LeBron for a dunk, or vice-versa? Along with Chris Bosh, this was one of the most productive link-ups in NBA history. Four years and four trips to the NBA Finals don’t lie. And true friendship is following your pal to Cleveland in winter, as Wade did last year in an awkward attempt to re-create the past. To this, Wade shook his head and laughed: “Yeah, yeah, you right about that.” While Wade is putting a bow on this retirement season, he marvels at his friend’s staying power and salutes LeBron’s decision to sign up with the Lakers and take on Los Angeles. “I think it’s great, something he wanted to do,” Wade said. “For a player to be able to map out his career the way he has been able to do, he’s doing it his way. This is the way he wanted, to end it here in L.A., on and off the court. His career is not over, but this is the last layer of his career.” And LeBron, reflecting on Wade’s NBA imprint, said: “D-Wade has definitely had a helluva career, obviously. A first-ballot Hall of Famer, a three-time champion and so on and so on. I mean, it speaks for itself. But what he's done for that franchise and what he's done for that community since he's been drafted has been a pretty good story.” This is curious timing, how the NBA schedule has Wade making his last trip to Los Angeles and against LeBron not long after Wade and Union, who have a home in L.A., recently welcomed a newborn daughter. The families spent Sunday (Monday, PHL time) together at the baby shower, then the farewell game tips 24 hours later. Union calls it the “end of a basketball brotherhood but the beginning of a real friendship with basketball gone” and Wade agrees. “When we first came into the league people couldn’t understand how we could be friends during the season," Wade said. "When I was in Cleveland for a game I’d go to his house the night before, we’d go to the movies and hang out and then we’d go at each other in the game. We’d laugh about that. We enjoy having a different relationship than what was done before us, but then going out and playing against him, I’d always want to whup his you-know-what. And vice versa. Just the times we shared. The moments when it’s not all been great, but to be able to have somebody to talk to and run things by. A lot of people don’t have a LeBron James to call up and say, 'Hey, I’m thinking about this, what do you think about it?’ That’s special.” What will also be special Monday night (Tuesday, PHL time) is when Wade, as has been his routine after every game this season, swaps jerseys with an opposing player; this will be the 1,001st game of Wade’s dwindling NBA career. “Obviously this is something I wanted to do in my last year,” Wade said. “But of all the players in the league, LeBron is one of my closest friends so this one will mean a little more, because of the paths that we both went down as competitors against each other and as teammates. We’ll be linked together forever.” And what might be said between friends and competitors caught up in that moment? Wade offers this: “We’ll look at each other and say, 'Yo, this is it.’ It’s crazy that it happened so fast. We remember the night we got drafted like yesterday. But it comes fast. Just an ending of a chapter in both of our lives.” 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 NewsDec 10th, 2018

WATCH: Catriona Gray showcases PH s rich heritage in new video

MANILA, Philippines  – Miss Universe Philippines 2018 Catriona Gray showed her love for the country's culture in a video showcasing the country's rich heritage and traditions. The video was Sunday, December 9. This is the Philippines shows Catriona taking a tour of Luzon. She traveled to Manila, Pampanga, and Rizal, where ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 9th, 2018

WATCH: It s ice vs fire in latest teaser for final Game of Thrones season

MANILA, Philippines – HBO on Friday, December 7, released a teaser video for the final season of the critically-acclaimed Game of Thrones. The 39-second video reveals nothing really new – we've all been told, literally, that winter is coming or that winter has come – but it is absolutely working ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 7th, 2018

Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan has new solo album coming 2019

Rolling Stone reports that the Guns N' Roses bassist has a solo album in the works, due out in 2019. According to the music website, this latest album will be a "musical follow-up" to Duff McKagan's book, "How to Be a Man (and Other Illusions)", released three years ago. The musician was reportedly inspired by his travels, notably on tour with Guns N' Roses. His last solo album, "Believe In Me", was released in 1993. In 2011, Duff McKagan's Loaded band released "The Taking". Guns N' Roses concludes their "Not in This Lifetime" tour in Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 8. JB RELATED STORIES: WATCH: Eminem teases 'Good Guy' video featuring Jessie Reyez   'Huwag mong s...Keep on reading: Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan has new solo album coming 2019.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 6th, 2018

Late Bush loved jokes but…

Former senator Alan Simpson remembered his congressional buddy, the late George H.W. Bush, as an avid joke listener during his eulogy for the former president in Washington, DC on Wednesday, 5 December 2018. But Bush can’t remember the punchline, according to Simpson. Watch the video......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsDec 6th, 2018

Son bares Bush’s last words

Former US president George W. Bush choked as he tried to contain his emotion at the end of his eulogy for his late father, former president George H.W. Bush in Washington, DC, Wednesday, 5 December 2018. In his speech, the son revealed the last words of his father before he died. Watch the video......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsDec 6th, 2018

AP column: Why it was special for Rahm to beat his hero, Tiger

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Three victories in three countries against fields large and small, strong and weak, couldn't make Jon Rahm's year any better. Nothing could top one win that offered no money, no world ranking points or even a trophy to call his own. He beat Tiger Woods in the Ryder Cup. "I don't think there's anything I can do in the game anytime soon that's going to mean more than that," Rahm said. When he spoke late Sunday afternoon after a four-shot victory in the Bahamas, the Masters was still 130 days away. That's the next major, and majors are the greatest achievement for any player. Rahm is no exception. But yes, that Ryder Cup was special. If his tears that Sunday at Le Golf National didn't show that, Rahm spoke for just over 4 minutes and used 638 words to explain. His year ended with Woods presenting him the trophy from the Hero World Challenge, but really that was the start of his story. As they looked at the trophy, where Woods' name first shows up in 2001, Rahm said Woods asked, "How old were you?" Rahm was 7. "I saw him win a great deal of events, grew up with a dream of someday beating him, and to do it on the Sunday or a Ryder Cup ... it was extremely special," he said. Seve Ballesteros inspired him, and still does. Woods motivated the 24-year-old Spaniard, as he did for so many other young players from Rahm's generation. He studied Woods, including a recent documentary for the British Open that helped on Sunday at Albany. "He said once he got in the lead, his goal was to never go back to the field, to have the field catch him," Rahm said. That wasn't the only film Rahm has watched. He says he probably has seen every video on Woods and Ballesteros that can be found on the internet. And that's probably how his fiancee learned the game. "She had no idea about golf, and I would just get the laptop and make her watch all the highlights of Tiger," Rahm said. "I've seen Tiger's final round at Pebble in 2000 about 150 times." And that brings him to Saturday night outside Paris. Europe had a 10-6 lead with Rahm contributing a point in his first Ryder Cup. "Kind of felt like I was letting the team down," he said. Rahm knew he would be in the No. 4 spot for Europe, and then the U.S. lineup was revealed. He was expecting to see Woods toward the back because that's where he had been the last two times he played, at No. 8 in Wales and No. 12 at Medinah. This time, Woods was at No. 4 against Rahm. "I'm like, 'Great.' To me, the greatest golfer of all time that I've been able to see, he just won at East Lake, he's 0-3, I was 0-2. I'm like, 'He really wants to win this, for sure, and I'm not playing my best.' So that was my first train of thought," Rahm said. He spent time that night and the next morning talking to his mental coach, European captain Thomas Bjorn and Tommy Fleetwood, who had experience playing Woods, including all three of Woods' losses that week. He thought about a strategy, which turned out to be the easy part. Woods doesn't make a lot of mistakes, so the Ryder Cup rookie better be close to flawless. The gallery was the largest on the course, and not because Rahm was playing. Turns out it was Woods who made the mistakes, with bogeys on the 13th and 14th holes to fall 2 down. Rahm missed a short putt on the 16th hole, giving him a 1-up lead with two to play. He responded with a shot into 5 feet on the 17th and a chance to close out his golfing idol. Rahm never lacks for emotions, and by now they were raging. His grandfather died on the Sunday of the PGA Championship and was on his mind. As he settled over the putt, he heard a Spanish voice in the gallery yell, "Do it for Seve!" Rahm could picture both of them watching and thought to himself, "There's no way them two are going to allow me to miss the putt." He dropped his putter and lost his mind when the putt went in. "It's all that feeling, right?" Rahm said. "I tried to stay as balanced as possible, I never got mad, even after missing the putt on 16. Making the putt to beat Tiger Woods, my all-time hero ... man, it was hard." He was screaming and hugging and forgot for a moment that Woods had walked across the green to congratulate him. "He came to me with a smile," Rahm said. "He said, 'Man, don't even worry, you played great.' And I started crying in front of Tiger. It was such an emotional moment." That's how much it meant to him, because that's how much Woods means to him......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 5th, 2018