Advertisements


Benjamin nainggit sa mga kasabayan sa showbiz: Ang hirap aminin na nabigo ka sa dream mo noong bata ka

INATAKE rin ng inggit at kawalan ng tiwala sa sarili ang Kapuso hunk actor na si Benjamin Alves noong mga panahong sunud-sunod na ang naranasan niyang rejection sa showbiz. Marami ring frustration at pagsubok na na-experience ang binata nu’ng nagsisimula pa lang siya sa entertainment industry na isa sa mga rason kung bakit nagdesisyon siyang […] The post Benjamin nainggit sa mga kasabayan sa showbiz: Ang hirap aminin na nabigo ka sa dream mo noong bata ka appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnApr 18th, 2021

Manny, Jinkee mas gustong mag-showbiz si Jimuel kesa maging boksingero

AMINADO ang Star Magic talent na si Jimuel Pacquiao na mas gusto ng parents niyang sina Sen. Manny at Jinkee Pacquiao na mag-showbiz siya kesa maging boksingero tulad ng ama. Ayon sa binata, never niyang na-imagine noong bata pa siya na magiging bahagi siya ng entertainment industry para maging artista. Kahapon, pormal nang ni-launch ang […] The post Manny, Jinkee mas gustong mag-showbiz si Jimuel kesa maging boksingero appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 27th, 2021

Ryan Bang sa dyowa: Ikaw lang ang isang Filipina na napansin ang halaga ko…

NALULUHANG pinasalamatan ni Ryan Bang ang non-showbiz girlfriend niya sa programang “It’s Showtime” nitong Biyernes. Sa gitna kasi ng hirap na pinagdadaanan niya sa panahon ng COVID-19 lockdown noong nakaraang taon ay hindi siya iniwan nito. Usapang Mr. at Ms. Right kasi ang naging topic ng “Showtime” hosts na sinumulan ni Tyang Amy Perez at […] The post Ryan Bang sa dyowa: Ikaw lang ang isang Filipina na napansin ang halaga ko… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 14th, 2021

Heart: Nu’ng 21 years old ako, ipinagpalit ang lahat para sa love, ang hirap-hirap!

KUNG mas pinili ni Heart Evangelista ang pag-ibig kesa sa kanyang showbiz career noong kabataan niya, kabaligtaran naman nito ang naging choice ni Maja Salvador. Sa latest YouTube vlog ni Maja, nakasama niya sa isang masaya at makabuluhang chikahan ang Kapuso actress at fashion icon kung saan napag-usapan nga nila ilang issue sa pakikipagrelasyon. Sinagot […] The post Heart: Nu’ng 21 years old ako, ipinagpalit ang lahat para sa love, ang hirap-hirap! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2021

Jessy umaming mataray: Sa mga nasungitan ko noon, I’m very, very sorry

NAG-SORRY si Jessy Mendiola sa lahat ng taong natarayan at nasungitan niya noong nagsisimula pa lang siya sa mundo ng showbiz. Aminado ang girlfriend ni Luis Manzano na talagang may kamalditahan siya noong bata-bata pa siya. In-explain ng dalaga ang mga rason kung bakit ganu’n ang ugali niya noon. Sa kanyang bagong vlog sa YouTube, […] The post Jessy umaming mataray: Sa mga nasungitan ko noon, I’m very, very sorry appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 5th, 2020

Karla sa dream wedding: Pangarap din ng mama ko iyan, wala pa siyang naikakasal na anak

  AMINADO si Karla Estrada na naging pasaway siya noong kabataan niya kaya nakagawa rin siya ng mga maling desisyon. Maagang nagtrabaho ang TV host-actress at naging breadwinner sa kanilang pamilya. Sa edad na 16 ay napasok siya sa showbiz hanggang sa makagawa nga ng sarili niyang pangalan. Naging nanay naman siya sa edad na […] The post Karla sa dream wedding: Pangarap din ng mama ko iyan, wala pa siyang naikakasal na anak appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 4th, 2020

When We Were Volleyball Queens (Part 2)

(This story was originally published back in March 24, 2015) Back in 1993 the Philippine national team defied the odds by toppling the region’s women’s volleyball giant Thailand. Rosemarie Prochina, part of the national team sent to the 17th Southeast Asian Games, continues with her story of the things that transpired during the last shining moment of our Filipina athletes in the sport.    Buy gold? No, we’ll win them   Prochina revealed that they had an extra motivation in the championship match against Thailand after an incident involving her teammate Bernadeth Burcelis. A Thai tried to get into their heads. A warning shot of psychological warfare, perhaps an attempt to bully the Filipinas out of their wits.      “Actually yung team manager nila kinantyawan kami nu’ng mag-shopping kami,” Prochina said. “Sinabihan niya si Burcelis, sabi niya “Oh you buy many, many golds now because tomorrow you will only get silver.” The Filipina didn’t talk back, she and the national team simply let their game do the talking.      “Yun ang sabi niya. So kami parang di naman din niya sinabi sa amin (kaagad), pero sa kanya (Burcelis) OK lang yun. Basta maglaro lang kami,” Prochina said. During the game, Prochina said that everybody was doing their part even those sitting on the bench. “Yun ang maganda sa team namin na kahit na kaming nasa bench, di ako first six kasi,” she admitted. “Kaming nasa bench kahit parang di kami makakalaro nandoon kami sa bench nagpi-pray, lahat todo support. Tapos kapag may timeout, magma-massage kami sa mga teammates namin.” Zenaida Ybanez also won the Best Spiker and Most Valuable Player award while Leonora Escolante was named Best Setter.  For Prochina their feat showed the never-say-die spirit of the Filipinas. “So yun very (inspiring) ang pagkapanalo dun kasi underdogs kami,” she said.    Coach Tai, the lover boy?  SEA Games is not just about athletes trying to outplay their opponents for a podium spot. The biennial meet is organized for the purpose of developing friendship and camaraderie among nations. And some tried to take this fellowship into another level. Prochina gave away a secret that involves a name that is very famous in the volleyball circle today. Ateneo de Manila coach Tai Bundit did capture the hearts of local fans with his charm and heart strong mantra proven by the Lady Eagles’ back-to-back UAAP crown but 22 years ago the Thai had an early encounter with the Filipinos – and we are not talking about how he and his team demolished the PHI men’s squad. It was about something romantic. “Yung coach nila (Ateneo) magkasabayan kami sa national team,” said Prochina, who’s an Ateneo fan herself. “Yung coach nila na si Tai nagpang-abot kami.” The Thai women’s team looked at the Filipinas with fire in their eyes, but not Bundit as he glowed with sparks of stars and moonshine while focused on a Pinay whose name gives happiness to his heart.   Yes, before Bundit danced his signature ‘kitiki-Tai’ moves, he tried to tango.            “Kami yang (magkakasabayan) noong nanliligaw-ligaw pa yan sa teammate ko, si Joy Degoroztisa,” Prochina said in a chuckle. “Ewan ko kung nagkasagutan sila, huh!” she continued. “Naku baka (mapagalitan ako ni Joy) kasi nanligaw siya (Bundit) dun. Si Joy nasa Kuwait na siya ngayon.” Asked for more juicy details, Prochina said that her memory is a bit sketchy about the whirlwind romance.   “Actually, di ko masyado (nasubaybayan na yung nangyari) kasi nga yung laro di ba ilang weeks lang yun tapos hindi ko na alam kung anong nangyari,” Prochina added. And she really has no idea if Bundit got one through the block or totally got shut down. Bundit is now happily married while Degoroztisa is based in Kuwait.   “Masakit para sa amin”  After the team brought home the mint, the Pinays failed to win it all in the next SEAG editions paving way for Thailand’s domination in the region.  The Thais got their revenge on their turf in 1995 against the Filipinas in the finals. Again winning another gold after two years at the expense of PHI, who had bronze finishes in 2001, 2003 and in 2005 edition held in Manila.  Sadly, in the next four SEA Games no women’s team were fielded and the Pinays were overtaken by in terms of competitiveness by Vietnam and Indonesia.     “Masakit para sa amin kasi hanggang ngayon hindi pa rin na-break,” a regretful Prochina said. “Nag-20 years na hindi pa rin na-break yung record, nag-post ako sa FB sabi ko “Happy 20th year sa pagka-gold naming”, ganyan, pero napakasakit kasi wala pang pumalit,” she added. “Hindi ka-proud na kayo lang kasi siyempre parang anong nangyari sa programa ng volleyball sa Pilipinas?” A degradation of the sport she painfully watched. “Yung 1995 malakas pa rin yun kahit nawala na yung iba,” she said. “Maraming mga matatangkad gaya nina Cherry Rivera Macatangay, Roxanne Pimentel, si Joy Degoroztisa, Estrella Tan Enriquez na nag-convert na lang sa basketball kasi nawala na nga yung (volleyball program).”   New beginning  The dream of standing taller than Thailand may still be years away, but Prochina is happy that there is a rebirth of volleyball in the country. With the sport having an avenue outside of collegiate leagues with the Shakey’s V-League and Philippine Superliga and the interest of the nation to volleyball taking its roots again, the future looks bright. “Yung volleyball sa atin paangat na talaga saka sobrang happy kaming mga older players na nakikitang ganoon na ang progress ng volleyball sa Pilipinas,” she said. It’s a fact that we are not at par in skills and development wise with the Thais – a solid proof of it is having their players fielded as imports to raise the level of competition in our local leagues – but Prochina is glad that we are now taking small steps.      “Kasi lumayo na ang Thailand e, lumayo ng milya-milya and nawala tayo. Pero kaya yang (mahabol) wala namang imposible,” she said. “Pero mas malalaki nga tayo actually. Ang players natin may 6-foot-5, may mga ganoon. Yung mga players natin malalaki. “Sa atin lang siguro yung continuity ng training, at ng support.” Larong Volleyball ng Pilipinas, Inc. as part of their volleyball program has formed an Under-23 men’s and women’s team that will compete in the Asian age group championships on May. After skipping volleyball events in four SEAG editions, the PHI will field both men’s and women’s teams for the meet in Singapore on June.            Promise of tomorrow          Prochina believes that PHI volleyball has a bright future and a repeat of their feat two decades ago is not far away.  “Of course. Malalaki and mas may advantage ang mga bata ngayon kasi sila yung skills at techniques nila meron na. Yung sa katawan, sa bilis, sa talon, meron,” she said. “Kami noon dinevelop pa. Ako personally dinevelop ako, kung hindi dahil sa coaches ko na sina coach Kid Santos and coach Emil Lontoc, na naniwala sa akin na gagaling ako at aabot ako sa level na ganoon, hindi ako tutuloy,” Prochina added. “Hindi katulad ngayon sobrang andami nating players na malalakas.” She is also overwhelmed by the fan base this generation of players built. “Marami talaga ngayon. Pero noong 2005 na naglaro kami ng V-League (for PSC (Lady Legends) nakakatawa lang noon na mayroong mga nagdadala (ng mga gamit) na mayroong mga signature naming na mga lumang players. Sinasabi nila na “Ay fan kami sa inyo.” Kami naman “Ay talaga, mayroon pala kaming mga fans,”” she said. “Mas malaki na (ang fanbase) kasi sa social media, alam na ng lahat ng tao ang nangyayari sa volleyball.”    Comparison Prochina picked Ateneo when asked if what team in her opinion mirrors the character of the 1993 team. “Kasi sila nag-start sila from scratch e. Tapos yung mga bata alam mong obedient sila sa nakikita mo sa laro. Hindi ko naman sinasabi na hindi obedient yun ibang teams ha,” she justified. “Pero kasi yung Ateneo galing talaga sila sa baba.” She also cited that long before Ateneo practiced meditation before and during games, they were already doing it as part of their routine. “Yes matagal na. Kasi nung nakita ko sila (Ateneo in meditation) sabi ko “Ah Ok. Kasi nag-coach din ako ng mga five years ago (in University of Asia and the Pacific) yun din ang itinuturo ko sa mga players na malaking bagay yung meditation,” she said. “Kasi sa SMAP (Sports Medicine Association of the Philippines) dati sa PSC (Philippine Sports Commission) sila ang nag-handle sa amin na nilagay kami sa isang room (for meditation),” Prochina added. “Tinantanong pa nga namin ang isa’t isa kung nakakatulong. Nakakatulong talaga siya tapos tinuruan nila kami na bago matulog, ayun, dapat may relaxation technique kami. Na dapat relaxed, alisin ang tension sa katawan tapos isipin mo na kinabukasan madali lang yung game. Yun talaga, malaking bagay siya." Just like Ateneo, they enjoyed every game. They are the original happy team. “Oo. Kasi yang si coach Emil Lontoc ang sinasabi niyan kapag maglalaro na kami “tiwala sa sarili at mag-enjoy sa game.” Yun yung sinasabi nila kapag magi-game kami. Kasi kung hindi ka naman magi-enjoy the game wala na, ano yun? E volleyball ito,” she said. And she agrees that Ateneo’s Alyssa Valdez is the new face of volleyball in the country – the phenom that was yet to be born a few days after they bagged the SEAG gold.  “Of course, siya talaga. Kahit asawa ko idol siya. Humble yung bata, bilib ako sa bata,” Prochina explained. “Nakikita ko yung eagerness niya. ‘Yung kapag umatras siya na papatay siya ng bola, makikita mo talaga yung killer’s instinct niya. Kapag naglaro na 100% talaga siya.” For Prochina, Valdez is Barina-Rojas of her time -- a sign of hope.    --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles          .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 5th, 2020

Starstruck graduates na mas sumikat sa ABS-CBN Part 3 (Enzo Pineda and Nathalie Hart)

DREAM. BELIEVE. SURVIVE. Sa totoo lang, nakakaaliw panoorin ang Starstruck lalo na noong debut season nito. Nasusubaybayan ng viewers ang pag-bloom ng mga hopefuls from ordinary dreamers to total performers. Kung ikaw ang tinanghal na Ultimate Male or Female Survivor, in a way ay nakagawa ka na ng marka mo sa madugong mundo ng showbiz. […] The post Starstruck graduates na mas sumikat sa ABS-CBN Part 3 (Enzo Pineda and Nathalie Hart) appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsApr 9th, 2020

BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 1

Pingoy Rule: Never give up. --- Jerie Pingoy is not a disappointment. He is disappointed in himself, no doubt about that, but he is not a disappointment. Not just yet - so he says. "'Di ako susuko na makapag-PBA. I still want to prove to everyone na kaya ko pang makipagsabayan," he said, full of confidence, in a phone interview. "Kasi nakikita ko pa sa sarili kong kaya ko pa eh - as in, kaya ko pa. Sana, sana mabigyan ako ng chance to prove na I'm still worthy." Many dream of playing in the PBA, but only a few get to do so. Even fewer get to do so after going missing in action for more than a year. The last time we saw the 5-foot-9 point guard, he and Adamson University were at the wrong end of the University of the Philippines' breakthrough in 2018. No, that's not right. The last time we actually saw Pingoy was in the now-suspended 2020 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup where he played two games with Karate Kid-Centro Escolar University. "Sa ngayon, I'm trying to come back. Since bata ako, gusto ko mag-PBA, pero sa ngayon, sa nakikita ko sa sarili ko, kailangan ko magdoble-kayod para dun," he said. "Ang hirap pa ngayon, nawala ako ng (higit isang) taon kaya mas lalong dapat ipakita kong worthy akong mapunta dun." In between his last game as a Soaring Falcon and his first one with the Scorpions, indeed, it seemed as if the 25-year-old just went off the grid - something that would have been thought to be impossible years ago when he was still the toast of high school basketball and a hoped-for contributor in collegiate hoops. GOOD OLD DAYS "One of the best players I've ever seen. He was the complete package," Mike Oliver, Pingoy's head coach at Far Eastern University-Diliman, answered when asked to look back at his former ward. Oliver would be one of the few people who would have a good grasp of the top talents at the high school level as he was a champion coach there as well as mentor of Batang Gilas. "It was a transition from Coach Norman [Black] to Coach Bo [Perasol] and we were trying to rebuild the program. He was one of the first recruits talaga that Coach Bo wanted," Kiefer Ravena, Pingoy's teammate in Ateneo de Manila University, answered when asked to recall one of the prized prospects he helped recruit. Ravena would be one of the people who would know a thing or two about the Blue Eagles' recruitment plans in the early '10s as, of course, playing with him would have been one of the reasons why a player would want to wear blue and white. "We're just scratching the surface of what he can do right now. If he will just follow what we're trying to teach him, he will be a better all-around player," Franz Pumaren, shot-caller at Adamson University where Pingoy transferred to, said right after one of the better games he had in college. Pumaren would be one of the few people who would have the power to make somebody believe that his system leads to wins and championships - and the power to judge the potential of a player. NEW YEAR, NEW ME After two years in Adamson, though, Pingoy decided against playing his fifth and final playing year in the UAAP and decided to instead nurse his troublesome left foot back to full strength. Along with that, for the good of his mind, he decided to stay away from all the noise. And so, for more than a year, not much was heard from Pingoy nor did he hear anything from anyone. That was until Karate Kid-CEU came calling by getting him in the 2020 PBA D-League Draft. With his up-and-down collegiate career a thing of the past, Pingoy was nothing but grateful for yet another shot. "I'm so thakful sa CEU kasi sobrang inaalagaan nila ako. Sina Coach Jeff [Napa] pati mga boss dun, tinutulungan talaga nila akong mabalik yung career ko," he said. So much was he grateful that he wasted no time in returning their trust in him. In fact, in just a month, he was able to shed off excess fat - something he has been known to be unable to get away from in his last years in college - and shape up. "After practices, may workout pa ako and dahil dun, from 250 lbs., naging 211 lbs. na lang ako nung may D-League pa. Ngayon, tuloy-tuloy pa rin and 197 lbs. na lang ako," he was glad to report. He also added, "Kailangan nasa 170 lbs. Sana makuha." HERE WE GO AGAIN Just when it looked like all was finally coming together for Pingoy, however, COVID-19 turned into a pandemic and forced the D-League, as well as all other sporting events, to be postponed. And with the crisis continuing, it is yet to be determined when the developmental league would resume - or if it would even resume considering that all but one of its 11 participating teams are college-based. This is just the latest challenge in a young career that has already been through several starts and stops. Start with back-to-back UAAP Jrs. MVPs as well as a championship in FEU-Diliman. Stop with brand new residency rules from high school to college. Start with the starting point guard position in your first game in Ateneo. Stop with a logjam of point guards and then academic deficiencies. Start with a long-awaited breakout as a two-way player for Adamson. Stop with a foot injury that failed to fully heal. Start with Karate Kid-CEU taking a chance on you. Stop with COVID-19 shutting down anything and everything. Still, Pingoy chooses to see the silver linings. "I think it's God's plan. Hindi yung virus ha," he shared with a laugh. He then continued, "For me, sinasabing bago ka maglaro ulit, kailangang fit na fit ka. Dapat, 'di na ganun kataba. Dapat, ipakita sa CEU na kahit walang training, ready pa rin." For sure, his future is yet to be written - and only his hand is holding the pen. Still, it could not be argued that after all those starts and stops, the very first one remains to have left the biggest mark. NEXT ON BEST-OF-5 SERIES: THE PINGOY RULES: "Nasasayangan ako sa years na 'di ako nakapaglaro. Kung nakapaglaro ako nung mga yun, mag-iiba yung takbo ng panahon." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 8th, 2020

Bianca, sinisira ang sarili dahil lang sa pagseselos

SA mga hindi nakaaalam, malungkot ang pinagdaanang buhay ni Bianca Umali mula noong bata pa siya. Kapos siya sa kalinga ng kanyang mga magulang kung kaya’t lumaking itinaguyod ng kanyang lola. Unlike kids her age, hindi masasabing normal ang paglaki ni Bianca hanggang magkaisip. Even already in showbiz, matiyaga niyang napagsasabay ang kanyang studies. Pero in fairness ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsNov 15th, 2019

Pagbabading ni Boboy, click

MALAKING banta sa mga komedyanteng bading si Boboy Villar na dating alalay lang ni Marian Rivera noong bata pa sa mga teleserye. Ngayon umaani siya ng papuri at kinakagat ng publiko ang pagbabading. Malaking factor ni Boboy sa mga nagbabakla sa showbiz ‘yung hitsurang hindi siya maganda. Nakatutuwa ang facial expression lalo’t nakasuot ng wig. ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsNov 4th, 2019

Wish ng nanay na may ‘dwarfism’ tinupad ng ‘Mission Possible’

MATUTUPAD na ang pangarap ng isang mapagmahal at determinadong nanay na bigyan ng magandang kinabukasan ang kanyang anak matapos tugunan ng Mission Possible ang kanyang kahilingan sa Facebook. Simula noong bata, madalas nang maapi ang single mother na si Michelle Ambrosio dahil sa kondisyon na “dwarfism” na siyang dahilan ng kanyang hindi pagtangkad. Dahil hirap […] The post Wish ng nanay na may ‘dwarfism’ tinupad ng ‘Mission Possible’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2019

Indie actor, frontliner sa Bida Man

HINDI na bago sa showbiz ang isa sa Bida Man candidate na si Jay L Dizon na minsan na ring nagbida sa I Love Dream Guyz na naipalabas noong 2009 kasama sina Marco Morales, Sherwin Ordonez at iba pa na idinirehe ni Joel Lamangan.   Ilan pa sa mga naging proyekto ni Jay L  ay ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsMay 21st, 2019

PUNONG-PUNO NG PAGTULONG SA MAHIHIRAP

NOONG una, hirap ang inyong lingkod na intindihin ang ibig sabihin ng salitang ROTARY at ang misyon, motibo at dahilan ng pagsulpot nito bagama’t nagdiwang na ito ng ika-100 anibersaryo. Namulat kasi tayo, aminin man o hindi, na ang pagkakaintindi .....»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsDec 15th, 2016

Toni Gonzaga namatay nga ba noong bata?

KAYA naman pala si Mommy Pinty Gonzaga ang manager ni Toni Gonzaga-Soriano sa buong karera niya ay dahil walang gustong tumanggap noon sa ngayo’y sikat nang TV host-vlogger. “All my life wala akong naging manager kundi siya (Mommy Pinty).  Never akong na-handle ng kahit sino kundi siya lang dahil nu’ng nagsisimula ako walang gustong mag-manage […] The post Toni Gonzaga namatay nga ba noong bata? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 11th, 2021

Kiko hindi ipagpapalit ang pagiging asawa ni Mega sa kahit anong bagay sa mundo

NAGBIGAY ng tribute sa kanyang ina si Sen. Kiko Pangilinan kasabay ng pag-alala sa ginawang pag-aalaga sa kanya lalo pa’t isa siyang sakitin noon. Ipinost ng senador ang larawan niya noong bata kasama ang ina (na kahawig pala ni Angeli Pangilinan) na ang caption ay, “Happy Mother’s Day, Mommy! “As a child I was very […] The post Kiko hindi ipagpapalit ang pagiging asawa ni Mega sa kahit anong bagay sa mundo appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 9th, 2021

Glaiza, David nagsosyo sa café business sa Baler; Megan may gustong subukan sa showbiz career

ENJOY at grateful ang real-life celebrity couple na sina Mikael Daez at Megan Young sa takbo ng kanilang career sa Kapuso Network. Sa bagong podcast nina Mikael at Megan, ikinuwento nila ang ilan sa kanilang dream projects at future plans sa GMA 7. Para kay Megan, bukod sa pagiging aktres ay pinag-iisipan din niya kung […] The post Glaiza, David nagsosyo sa café business sa Baler; Megan may gustong subukan sa showbiz career appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 7th, 2021

Nikki tinulungan ng ABS-CBN para mapag-aral ang anak; nagpasalamat kay Wenn Deramas

INALALA ng Kapamilya actress na si Nikki Valdez ang mga pagsubok na kanyang pinagdaanan noong panahong nawala siya ng dalawang taon sa showbiz. Abot-langit ang pasasalamat ni Nikki sa ABS-CBN na siya umanong tumulong sa kanya para mapag-aral ang anak na si Olivia na nakatapos na ngayon ng grade school. Sa kanyang Instagram account, naikuwento […] The post Nikki tinulungan ng ABS-CBN para mapag-aral ang anak; nagpasalamat kay Wenn Deramas appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 5th, 2021

Gabbi Garcia inakalang baby boy noong ipinagbubuntis ng ina; ipinangalan kay Gabriela Silang

MARAMING rebelasyon ang Kapuso actress at TV host na si Gabbi Garcia tungkol sa kanyang kabataan, kabilang na riyan ang ilang trivia about her personal life. May naisip na paandar ang dalaga para sa bago niyang vlog sa YouTube kung saan nagbigay siya ng ilang detalye hinggil sa mga na-experience niya noong bata pa siya. […] The post Gabbi Garcia inakalang baby boy noong ipinagbubuntis ng ina; ipinangalan kay Gabriela Silang appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 27th, 2021

Angel umaming walang dream wedding: Si Neil talaga ‘yung groomzilla, hindi ako!

“WALA akong dream wedding.  Lumaki kasi ako sa community na ang gown nirerentahan lang, hindi ka nagpapatahi walang designer, walang stylist. “Para sa akin isa lang mabilisang event (ang kasal). Iyon ang nakikita ko nu’ng bata ako,” ito ang kuwento ni Angel Locsin kay Bianca Gonzales-Intal sa Cinema News. Tinanong kasi ng TV host ang […] The post Angel umaming walang dream wedding: Si Neil talaga ‘yung groomzilla, hindi ako! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 21st, 2021

Markki Stroem biktima rin ng pambu-bully sa school; lumaban sa matinding depresyon

BIKTIMA pala ng pambu-bully noong bata ang singer-actor na si Markki Stroem dahil sa malaking nunal sa kanyang pisngi bukod pa sa nakahiligan din niyang lumabas sa mga stage play sa eskuwelahan. May bago siyang video na ipinost sa kanyang Instagram account na may nakalagay na, “It’s okay not to be okay #UnmaskYourFears” na ang […] The post Markki Stroem biktima rin ng pambu-bully sa school; lumaban sa matinding depresyon appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 20th, 2021