Angel, ‘di nagpakabog kay Maricel

PINALAKPAKAN ang acting ni Angel Locsin sa death scene nina Maricel Soriano at Arjo Atayde sa The General’s Daughter. Hagulgol to the max si Angel habang naguguluhan kung sino ang unang iiyakan, si Maria ba or si Arjo? Magaling si Angel wala siyang takot sa eksena. Hindi siya nagpatalbog sa Diamond Queen. May mga komento na simple lang ang acting ni Maricel, ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesSep 20th, 2019Related News

Jean, handa ring magbuyangyang at makipaghalikan sa mas batang aktor

TINANONG namin si Jean Garcia kung kaya ba niya ang isang pelikulang mala- Glorious (nina Angel Aquino at Tony Labrusca) o Just A Stranger (nina Anne Curtis at Marco Gumabao) na isang sexy May-December love story? Kaya ba niyang makipag-lovescene at torrid kissing scene sa pelikula sa isang much younger male actor? “Hindi ko alam, ........»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: LifestyleSep 19th, 2019Related News

Nick Carter seeks restraining order against brother Aaron Carter

MANILA, Philippines  – Celebrities are no stranger to family drama – and the Carter household is no exemption. Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter revealed on Tuesday, September 17 that he and his sister Angel are seeking a restraining order against younger brother and 90's teen ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsSep 18th, 2019Related News

Angel Locsin absent sa Star Magic Ball

      HINDI nakita ni anino ni Angel Locsin sa nakaraang Star Magic Ball. Kesa dumalo at rumampa sa taunang event tulad ng ilang Kapamilya stars at bisita, minabuti ni Gel na i-donate na lang ang halaga nang diretso sa Bantay Bata kesa gastusin sa gown. Humanga naman si Angel sa effort ng mga […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsSep 17th, 2019Related News

Angel, absent sa ABS-CBN Ball; Tulong sa Bantay Bata, ididiretso na lang

MARAMI ang naghanap kay Angel Locsin sa katatapos na ABS-CBN Ball noong Sabado ng gabi na dinaluhan ng mga taga-Kapamilya Network. At bago mag-isip ng kung ano-ano ang publiko, agad nag-post si Angel sa kanyang Instagram ng kasagutan sa maraming nagtatanong at naghahanap sa kanila. Ani Angel, “I salute my friends at the ABS-CBN Ball ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesSep 17th, 2019Related News

Foodpanda’s “Bites and Vibes” Successful

Online delivery food service Foodpanda organized a weekend food fair called “Bites and Vibes”. Bites and Vibes started on Friday, September 13 and ended on Sunday, September 15. The venue was at the Ayala Terraces of the Ayala Center Cebu. Bites and Vibes is a 3-day event which features different foods like lechon, chicken wings, […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsSep 16th, 2019Related News

Jessy, Luis, Angel nagpaliwanag kung bakit absent sa ‘Ball’

CONSPICUOUSLY, absent sina Jessy Mendiola and Luis Manzano sa katatapos na ABS-CBN Ball. Bago pa tumalak ang detractors ng dalawa ay nagpaliwanag na si Jessy kung bakit wala sila sa nasabing big event ng Dos. “Hindi ako pupunta, sayang. Birthday kasi ni Tito Edu and we’ve planned something else. Kaya ayon, hindi kami makakadalo ni […] The post Jessy, Luis, Angel nagpaliwanag kung bakit absent sa ‘Ball’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsSep 16th, 2019Related News

’DI NA UMATEND: Gagastusin ni Angel Locsin sa ABS-CBN Ball idinonate sa Bantay Bata

MAS PINILI ng Kapamilya actress at bida ng The General’s Daugther na si Angel Locsin ang huwag na ang umatend ng ABS-CBN Ball nitong Sabado, September 14. Pero bilang pakikiisa sa layunin ng ABS-CBN Ball … Read More The post ’DI NA UMATEND: Gagastusin ni Angel Locsin sa ABS-CBN Ball idinonate sa Bantay Bata appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsSep 15th, 2019Related News

Angel Locsin skips ABS-CBN Ball 2019, donates directly to Bantay Bata

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Angel Locsin decided to skip the highly-anticipated ABS-CBN Ball this year, opting instead to "donate directly to Bantay Bata the amount that I’m supposed to spend in the ball." In a post on Instagram, the actress explained why she was absent at the ball, among the ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsSep 14th, 2019Related News

Angel, Arjo, Maricel pinaiyak, pinasakit ang puso ng sambayanan

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Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsSep 14th, 2019Related News

Dingdong proud na proud sa interview ni Marian sa CNN

Hindi itinago ni Dingdong Dantes ang paghanga sa asawang si Marian Rivera nang mag-guest ang asawa sa show ni Angel Jacob sa CNN Philippines. Bahagi ng caption ni Dong sa Instagram, “This has got to be the best interview she’s ever had. It was such a pleasure to hear how my wife has grown into […] The post Dingdong proud na proud sa interview ni Marian sa CNN appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsSep 13th, 2019Related News

PVL: Army, Air Force stake win streaks

Resurgent Philippine Air Force and PacificTown Army battle to keep their winning streaks going on Saturday at the close of their respective first round campaigns in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Open Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Opening serve is at 4:00 p.m. and it will air live on LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, iWant and via livestream. After struggling with losing slumps, the AFP Olympics rivals managed to regroup and rediscover their winning ways to score back-to-back victories. The match will also serve as a preview of the coming 2019 AFP Olympics two weeks from now.  The Lady Jet Spikers are at sixth seventh spot with a 2-5 win-loss record tied with skidding ChocoMucho, which Air Force outlasted in five sets last Wednesday. Veterans Dell Palomata, Angel Antipuesto, Jozza Cabalsa and setter Wendy Semana will again lead the way for Air Force, which hopes to reassert its mastery over PacificTown Army which it beat in a tournament in Cagayan De Oro three weeks ago. On the other hand, the Lady Troopers are also on a roll after snapping a three-game skid. PacificTown Army behind the trio of Royse Tubino, Lutgarda Malaluan and Jovelyn Gonzaga beat BaliPure last Wednesday for a 4-3 slate at fifth spot. Lady Troopers head coach Kungfu Reyes and Gonzaga will try to give Army another win before they fly to Thailand on Sunday to join the national team in its training camp and to participate in the ASEAN Grand Prix on Sept. 20 in Nakhon Ratchasima.     ---      Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 13th, 2019Related News

PVL: Tigresses through to the semis

University of Sto. Tomas averted disaster as the Tigresses displayed mental toughness at crunch time to beat Far Eastern University, 25-14, 25-17, 10-25, 23-25, 15-12, and secure a Final Four slot in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Collegiate Conference Group B at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan on Sunday. Eya Laure and rookie Imee Hernandez delivered the goods and powered UST to its fourth straight win in as many games. The Tigresses can complete a sweep of pool play on Saturday against NCAA champion Arellano University. Laure registered 18 points with 14 from attacks, three aces and a kill block while Hernandez got 14 markers including two in UST’s closing 6-2 scoring binge in the fifth frame. Rachelle Roldan scored 10 points Grace Vernaiz and Joyce Abueg combined for 15 points for the Espana-based squad, who hammered down 56 attack points. UST flirted with disaster after allowing the Lady Tamaraws to comeback from two sets down. FEU erased a 7-4 UST lead and even went up 10-9 before the Tigresses’ escape. Head coach Kungfu Reyes was just glad that his wards responded well to the challenge and displayed great character under pressure.        “Those things na ginagawa namin sa ensayo lalabas in real game so yun na yun. Yung test of character, yun ang pinakaimportante,” said Reyes.     The Lady Tams took a 10-9 lead after an Abueg attack error but Laure answered with an off the block hit that sparked a 5-0 blitz capped by a kill block by Hernandez to push UST at match point, 14-10. FEU countered with two straight points before Angel Cayuna sent her service short to end the duel. The Lady Tams fell to 2-2 slate tied with Arellano U behind second-running College of St. Benilde (3-1) and are on the brink of missing the semis cut. France Ronquillo finished with 16 points while Czarina Carandang and Jeanette Villareal posted 12 and 10 markers, respectively, for FEU, which will need to win over Lyceum of the Philippines University next week and hope that Arellano and CSB will drop their respective last assignments to force a playoff for the last Final Four seat. Meanwhile, LPU barged in the win column after cruising past TIP, 25-6, 25-15, 25-14, in the other Group B pairing. Alexandra Rafael and Joan Doguna scored 11 points each while mary Joy Onofre had 10 markers for the 1-3 Lady Pirates,who kept the Lady Engineers winless in four games.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 8th, 2019Related News

PVL: Jet Spikers, Lady Red Spikers dispute first win

Air Force and Chef’s Classics battle for a taste of first victory on Sunday in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Open Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan City. Game time is at 4:00 p.m. LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, iWant and via livestream. Both teams are yet to barge into the win column with the Jet Spikers dropping their first five games while the Lady Red Spikers are winless in six outings including a straight sets, 18-25, 18-25, 13-25, loss to PacificTown Army on Saturday. Air Force has a slight advantage in experience with the trio of Dell Palomata, May Ann Pantino and Angel Antipuesto leading the way. But Chef’s Classics will parade a young and equally hungry core of Justine Tiu, Nieza Viray, Bien Juanillo and Iris Oliveros, who made her debut in the first of the Lady Red Spikers’ back-to-back weekend schedule.     ---     Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 7th, 2019Related News

Desisyon ko naman ito –- Galanza on National pool withdrawal

Creamline hitter Jema Galanza’s decision to withdraw from the national pool came a month before it became public and was coursed through proper channels. “Matagal na mga one month na rin [nag-decide na mag-witdraw] sinabihan ko ang management ko,” Galanza cleared. Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. bared early this week that some members of the national pool withdrew or won’t be available for the Nationals’ training as well as in its participation for the inaugural Southeast Asian Grand Prix this month and the 30th Southeast Asian Games in November. Galanza, who saw action in the 2018 Asian Women’s Volleyball Cup in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, said that it was her personal decision to give up her slot in the training pool.   Creamline, which is looking to defend its crown in the ongoing Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Open Conference, actually has four players in the pool in veterans Alyssa Valdez, Jia Morado and Celine Domingo. “Desisyon ko naman ito kasi well si Ate Ly, si Ate Jia mawawala sa Creamline,” said the open spiker, who is averaging 11.8 points per game and 44.24% efficiency rate in reception – the leading non-libero in the skill category. The Cool Smashers are still unbeaten in seven games in the first round of eliminations and with the Nationals scheduled to set up a series training camps abroad heading into the SEA Games that the country will host, Creamline will be missing key players in its title-retention campaign.  “Siyempre mahirap naman na maraming mawawala sa team namin,” said the Creamline’s second leading scorer behind Valdez, who is averaging a conference-best 18.2 points per outing. Valdez and Morado will be joining the Nationals in its Thailand training on Sept. 15 while Domingo will remain in the pool but won’t be available for the training camp abroad and the SEA Grand Prix because of conflict with her studies in FEU.      Aside from Galanza, Tots Carlos, Celine Domingo, Angel Cayuna, Jema Galanza and Jerrili Malabanan withdrew from the pool according to Nationals head coach Shaq Delos Santos while 6-foot-5 Jaja Santiago failed to secure a clearance from her Japan V. Premier League club team Ageo Medics to participate in the SEA Games.   The bulk of the national team will leave for Thailand on Saturday for a 12-day training camp before traveling to Nakhon Ratchasima for the SEA Grand Prix from Sept. 20 to 22.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 6th, 2019Related News

FIBA: Can Gilas pull the rug from under Tunisia?

It's been very difficult watching Gilas Pilipinas play at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup in China. They've put out the effort, sure, but the execution on both ends has left a lot to be desired and it's pretty clear that the team has paid for the laughably short preparation time they were given. Now let's look at the general positional matchups we can expect against Tunisia. BIGS Philippines: Andray Blatche, June Mar Fajardo, Troy Rosario, Raymond Almazan, Japeth Aguilar Tunisia: Salah Mejri, Mohamed Hadidane, Mokhtar Ghyaza, Makram Ben Romdhane, Mohamed Abbassi If our bigs had a hard time against Yanick Moreira and Valdelicio Joaquim of Angola, then boy are they gonna find the going rough against Salah Mejri of the Dallas Mavericks and Makram Ben Romdhane, who plays for France's Saint-Chamond Basket. The 7'1" Mejri has been an absolute beast in China, averaging around 17 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game, and he will give Andray Blatche, June Mar Fajardo, and Japeth Aguilar plenty to handle in the paint. Ben Romdhane has been great, too, as a complimentary piece to Mejri who's able to grab a lot of rebounds.  WINGS Philippines: Gabe Norwood, RR Pogoy, CJ Perez Tunisia: Michael Roll, Ziyed Chennoufi, Omar Mouhli, Radhouane Slimane Maccabi Tel-Aviv wingman Michael Roll will be the one to watch at the perimeter. The 6'5" shooter will be a tough match-up for the struggling Gabe Norwood and RR Pogoy, and I just hope Roll doesn't pop the cap for 20+ points against us. If he does, it'll be another long night for Gilas.  Needless to say, we'll need another big outing from breakout player CJ Perez to keep in-step with Tunisia and be in a position to win when the clock reaches the waning minutes. If Perez gets cold, too, we're an easy KO for Tunisia. GUARDS Philippines: Paul Lee, Kiefer Ravena, Robert Bolick, Mark Barrocca Tunisia: Omar Abada, Nizar Knioua, Mourad El Mabrouk The challenge for our inconsistent guards will be trying to stop the duo of Omar Abada and Mourad El Mabrouk. Abada is a speedster with great court vision, and he has a knack for finding Tunisia's bigs in easy spots to score. As for El Mabrouk, he's a streaky shooter, and if he gets going, we'll be in a world of hurt.  I want to personally see a strong bounce back effort from Kiefer Ravena. He's had a lot of ups and downs in the World Cup, but a breakout performance here will silence the critics and help our chances of maybe still clinching that Olympic berth. COACHING Philippines: Yeng Guiao Tunisia: Mario Palma.  Coach Palma isn't a stranger to Asian basketball. In fact, if memory serves, he's not a stranger to Coach Yeng, too. Both Coach Yeng and Coach Palma were at the 2009 FIBA Asia Cup in Tianjin, where coach Yeng's Philippines lost to coach Palma's Jordan in the KO quarterfinals. Jordan would eventually bag third place and qualify for the 2010 FIBA World Cup in Turkey. If Coach Yeng remembers that, then that would be great motivation to win today and get one back against his former tormentor. OVERALL We are not favored against Tunisia, at least judging by how they very nearly qualified to the second round had they beaten Puerto Rico two nights ago. Mejri will give us a lot of problems, especially if our interior defense remains lethargic, and it'll be a challenge guarding their shooters if our perimeter rotations are still bogged down. Still, a good shooting night and having minimal turnovers will help our chances at springing an upset. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 6th, 2019Related News

It’s an opportunity to grow -- Madayag on National team call-up

After a long wait, Maddie Madayag will finally get a chance to play for the national team. “Masaya ako kasi ngayon lang ako nagkaroon ng chance na makasali talaga,” said Madayag after her recent call up for the national pool. Madayag with UAAP Season 81 1st Best Middle Blocker Roselyn Doria and veteran opposite spiker Jovelyn Gonzaga were the latest players to be included in the pool that will train for the 30th Southeast Asian Games. “I’m very glad na sila Coach Shaq [Delos Santos] wanted to get me kasi it’s an opportunity rin as a player na I can grow,” said the ChocoMucho standout. The two-time UAAP champion had been invited to join the pool before but conflict in her UAAP schedule as part of the Ateneo de Manila University Lady Eagles and her studies prevented were the major obstacles for her to commit.     “Kasi first year ako underage ako, second year na-injure ako tapos third year, fourth year hanggang pag-graduate ako I was committed to Ateneo eh,” said the UAAP Season 81 2nd Best middle blocker. “I really couldn’t play for the national team kasi UAAP season.” Madayag said that it has always been her dream to be in the national team and play for the country. “Nu’ng season pa lang tinatanong ako kung interested ako sabi ko, ‘Oo naman, ba’t naman aayaw ako maglaro para sa bayan,’” said Madayag. She also explained that she and teammate Kat Tolentino didn’t get a chance attend the tryouts called by Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. because it was held either near the UAAP season or with the tournament already on going.    “Nu’ng UAAP pa di rin kami naka-tryout ni Kat kasi we had training tsaka may games kami,” she said. “During the season parang tinatanong talaga ako if I wanted to join sabi ko oo naman talaga. Hindi lang talaga ako available at that time.”   Big shoes to fill Madayag's inclusion came just in time after 6-foot-5 middle blocker Jaja Santiago failed to get a clearance from her Japan V. Premier League club Ageo Medics to suit up for the national team in the SEA Games that the Philippines will host in November. Santiago won’t be available in the biennial meet with the Japan League season set to begin on October 27.       “Mas masaya kung andoon si Jaja di ba? We’ll still give our best naman tsaka it’s a team effort so kung ano yung gusto ng team yun naman yung lalabas, said Madayag. Aside from Santiago, Tots Carlos, Celine Domingo, Angel Cayuna, Jema Galanza and Jerrili Malabanan withdrew from the pool according to Delos Santos.   With Santiago out, Madayag as well as the remaining middles in the pool Mika Reyes, skipper Aby Marano, Majoy Baron and Doria will have big shoes to fill. “Doon naman sa filling in kay Jaja marami din kaming gitna sa roster e,” said Madayag. “We’re gonna train harder for the spot of Jaja to fill it in and we’re gonna give our all para sa bayan.” Madayag, Gonzaga and Creamline’s Alyssa Valdez and Jia Morado will join the national pool in Thailand on September 15. The bulk of the pool leaves for Thailand on Saturday for the 12-day training camp before seeing action in the Southeast Asian Grand Prix in Nakhon Ratchasima from Sept. 20 to 22.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 4th, 2019Related News

Lady Bulldogs open UAAP 82 with 81st win in a row

National University annexed its immaculate run to 81 straight wins with an 80-60 conquest over Far Eastern University, Wednesday in the UAAP Season 82 women's basketball tournament at Araneta Coliseum. Jack Animam tallied 17 points, 12 rebounds, and three assists to lead the five-time champions in the triumph. Congolese center Rhena Itesi also did damage with 16 points, six boards, and three assists, as rookies Angel Surada, who had 10 points, six rebounds, three assists, and two steals, and Camille Clarin, who tallied 10 points, three boards, and three dimes, also impressed in their debuts. The win, however, left a lot to be desired for coach Pat Aquino as the Lady Bulldogs' lackadaisical defense saw them trail, 43-48 in the third frame. "It was a hard win, rusty probably, overconfident, but the thing is we have to play double time against FEU," he said. "Our players are still hesitant. We're coming up with a new system and they're still hesitant with that, but I just told them to play as hard as you can and everything will follow. That's what happened," he continued. NU shook off those struggles and outscored FEU, 28-10, in the fourth frame to take the 20-point win. Fil-Am forward Kelli Hayes, who previously played for the UCLA Bruins, contributed four points, three rebounds, three steals, and two assists in her NU debut. Clare Castro led FEU with 24 points, 10 rebounds, and five blocks, while Valerie Mamaril poured 16 points and two boards in the loss. BOX SCORES NU 80 -- Animam 17, Itesi 16, Surada 10, Clarin 10, Bartolo 8, Pingol 6, Del Carmen 5, Hayes 4, Canuto 4, Harada 0, Fabruada 0, Cacho 0, Cac 0. FEU 60 -- Castro 24, Mamaril 16, Delos Santos 10, Quiapo 4, Jumuad 4, Bahuyan 2, Vidal 0, Padayon 0, Adriano 0, Bastatas 0, Antiola 0. QUARTER SCORES: 16-17, 22-25, 52-50, 80-60......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 4th, 2019Related News

2nd French game in 3 days halted after homophobic banners

METZ, France (AP) — A second French league game in three days was interrupted due to banners deemed homophobic as Paris Saint-Germain beat Metz 2-0 Friday. Referee Frank Schneider stopped the game briefly after the banners were unfurled in the first half. He then allowed play to resume some minutes later when they were removed. The latest incident came after Wednesday game between Nice and Marseille — also in the top tier — was halted for several minutes after Nice fans unfurled two banners with homophobic messages. Metz fans appeared to be responding to that incident by targeting the French league (LFP), showing a banner saying "I won't be on TV because my words are not very gay." More banners referenced the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Homosexuality is illegal in Qatar, which has links to PSG through owner Qatar Sports Investments. The LFP is attempting to cut out homophobic chanting at games. Earlier this month, a referee stopped a second-division match between Nancy and Le Mans for about a minute after an initial appeal made over the speakers to stop homophobic chanting failed to have an effect. Responding to a slew of injuries, PSG coach Thomas Tuchel handed debuts in Metz to 19-year-old goalkeeper Marcin Bulka and 17-year-old midfielder Adil Aouchiche, who became the club's youngest player to start a league game. Bulka started in place of Alphonse Areola, who is reportedly on the verge of completing a switch to Real Madrid in a swap-deal for Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas. PSG's injury worries deepened ahead of its Champions League opening game against Real Madrid on Sept. 18, with Angel Di Maria and Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting both picking up knocks. Choupo-Moting was coach Tuchel's only recognized striker available after injuries to Edinson Cavani (hip) and Kylian Mbappe (hamstring) last weekend, while Brazil striker Neymar remained unavailable and wants to move away from the club. Tuchel was also without the injured Julian Draxler, Thilo Kehrer, Ander Herrera and Abdou Diallo for the game at the Saint Symphorien stadium. Di Maria opened the scoring with a penalty in the 11th minute after Juan Bernat was unceremoniously upended in the area. The visitors had to wait till the end of the half before Choupo-Moting rose above the static Metz defense to head in Marco Verratti's free kick in the 43rd. Choupo-Moting had to go off toward the end. Di Maria needed treatment in injury time......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 31st, 2019Related News

Daddy issues

Is there something wrong with me because I am attracted to older ­married men? Are “­daddy issues” the same as a ­“father complex” and do I have either? I am 44 yrs old and still single. Sweet Angel Dear Sa (Sweet ­Angel):.....»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsAug 30th, 2019Related News