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Lea umaming natakot nang bumalik sa US: I asked my manager if I would be safe…

MALALIM ang hugot ng international singer na si Lea Salonga patungkol sa pagiging presidente ng Amerika ni Donald Trump. Hot topic ngayon sa buong mundo ang presidential elections sa US kung saan tinalo nga ni Joe Biden si Trump. Ayon sa singer-actress, makakahinga na rin siya ngayon nang maluwag kapag magtutungo sa Amerika hindi tulad […] The post Lea umaming natakot nang bumalik sa US: I asked my manager if I would be safe… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerNov 10th, 2020

Para kay Angelica ‘frontliner’ din ang mga artista; umaming napraning habang naka-lockdown

FEELING ni Angelica Panganiban ay isa rin siyang frontliner kasama ang iba pang artistang bumalik na sa pagtatrabaho kahit meron pang pandemya. Nang makausap namin siya sa virtual presscon ng “#AskAngelica” sinabi niyang “frontliner” din siya dahil nagtatrabaho silang mga artista na walang suot na face mask at face shield kapag nasa harap na sila […] The post Para kay Angelica ‘frontliner’ din ang mga artista; umaming napraning habang naka-lockdown appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 20th, 2020

Aljun Melecio s never-ending quest to prove he belongs

Aljun Melecio has these hardware sitting pretty on his trophy case: UAAP 78 Jrs. MVP, UAAP 79 Rookie of the Year, UAAP 79 champion. Now heading into his fifth and final year in De La Salle University, he remains recognized as one of the best point guards in all of college. Well, recognized by just about everybody except himself. Asked if he feels worthy to stand alongside the likes of NCAA 95 Finals MVP Fran Yu or UAAP 82 Rookie of the Year Mark Nonoy, he answered, modest as always, "Nope. I don't. Wala pa akong napapatunayan." Yes, the 5-foot-8 super scorer who was then head coach Aldin Ayo's "most-wanted recruit" feels he is yet to prove himself. Yes, the primetime playmaker who was once comforted by Tab Baldwin after the Green Archers had lost the championship despite his 16 points in Game 3 of the Finals feels he is yet to prove himself. That in itself is not necessarily surprising, though. And that's because all throughout his young career, Melecio has felt, again and again, that he has to prove himself. He had to prove himself even to La Salle, his home of nine years now. "Actually, 'di naman ako ni-recruit ng Zobel dati," he shared. "To be honest, my mindset at that time ay mag-Team B lang sa Zobel para pag may games, mas magagamit ako. Kaysa naman mag-Team A ako and nakaupo lang sa bench." BREAK IN Aljun Melecio, now a graduating guard, is La Salle's most recent homegrown product. Of the Green Archers' probable UAAP 83 roster, the now-22-year-old is the lone player to have come from the Taft-based school's Jrs. programs - and mind you, they have two in La Salle Zobel and La Salle Green Hills. In DLSZ, Melecio was a scoring dynamo who once dropped 42 points on archrival Ateneo de Manila High School. Did you know, though, that he wasn't even supposed to wear the green and white? "I was supposed to transfer sa UST nung high school," he recalled. "Pero napag-usapan naming family na since si kuya, nasa Zobel na nung time na yun, mas okay sigurong Zobel na lang din ako para magkasama kami." Aljun was referring to older brother Aleck who was also his teammate for three years with the Jr. Archers. If not for Aleck, however, Aljun would have suited up for University of Sto. Tomas High School where good friend Renzo Subido had already committed to play for college. After all, it was Subido, and dad Henry, who had convinced the Melecios to move to Manila from Bukidnon. "The reason talaga why we took the risk to come here was because of Coach Henry," Aljun shared, looking back at the time when all of them were repping Lourdes School of Mandaluyong. "They invited us to play basketball in Manila kaya malaki ang utang na loob namin sa Subido family." While Coach Henry and Renzo have been always there to lend a helping hand, that did not necessarily make the transition any easier - especially for a 10-year-old kid who was born and bred in Valencia City. "Grabe yung sacrifice na ginawa namin just for me to have more opportunities in life. That was a big adjustment not just for me, but also for my parents," Melecio said. He then continued, "Dumating yung time na ayoko nang bumalik sa Manila kasi na-homesick ako. Looking back now, normal lang naman siguro yun, lalong-lalo na bata pa ako." BREAKTHROUGH Make no mistake about it, looking back now, Aljun Melecio has no regrets. As he put it, "It was all worth it." Of course, he also had lady luck smile on him somewhat as, yet again following the footsteps of Subido, he transferred from Lourdes to DLSZ. And there, he found yet another mentor willing to believe in him. "Sina Coach Boris [Aldeguer], pagdating ko sa Zobel, they invited me to join yung practice ng Team A. Nagulat ako na kaya ko naman pala so doon na nag-start yung confidence ko," he said. Indeed, Melecio did not let Coach Boris down as in his first year, he proved to be a building block in their rebuild. While the boys from Alabang eventually ended outside the playoff picture, he had made more than enough noise to get the attention of the Philippine national youth team. There, DLSZ's top gun got his first taste of wearing the flag as part of the Batang Gilas training pool. "Masayang-masaya ako nun na makasama sa practice team dahil dream ko talaga maging part nun," he narrated. "May jersey lang and makasali lang ako sa practice, masayang-masaya ako." There, Melecio showcased his skills alongside other promising prospects such as Nieto twins Mike and Matt as well as Jolo Mendoza of Ateneo, Renzo Navarro of San Sebastian College-Recoletos, and Jollo Go of Hope Christian High School. And there, yet again, he knew full well he had to prove himself. During training itself, the new kid on the block believed he was doing so. At the same time, however, he had to come face-to-face with another beast altogether - how to get to practice in the first place. As it turned out, the then-13-year-old had to commute from south to north each and every time he participated in Batang Gilas training. How did his trips go? "From Alabang, mag-tricycle ako to [Alabang] Town [Center] then jeep going to Starmall [Alabang]. After nun, bus to Magallanes, MRT, then LRT, tapos jeep ulit," he shared. He then continued, "So papunta pa lang to Moro, pagod na ako. Then after practice, mag-commute na naman pauwi." Fortunately for him, there were also kind hearts like the Nieto twins who took him to the LRT station in Katipunan or Evan Nelle whom he rode with going back south. Still, around 33km and about an hour separated DLSZ in the south and Ateneo's Moro Lorenzo Sports Center in the north - indeed, that was some sort of workout already. BREAKDOWN In the long run, that was, unfortunately, much too much for young Aljun Melecio. While wearing the flag would have meant much, he also felt circumstances, such as that hell of a commute that cost him PHP 200 for a one-way trip, held him back from giving his all. Instead, Melecio felt he could do much more if he just rechanneled his energy to DLSZ. "After ilang weeks na ginagawa ko yung routine na yun, I started asking myself kung paano maayos yung priorities ko. Pinakiramdaman ko kung saan ako mag-iimprove so I talked to Coach Boris," he said. He the continued, "And I decided na mag-all in sa Zobel." All in for the Jr. Archers, he did, and boy, did it prove to be the right call. He was just getting started in UAAP 76, slowly but surely getting a grasp of both his capabilities and confidence as he helped the green and white barge back into the Final Four. Then in Season 77, it all clicked as he shot the green and white to the second rung of the stepladder all while putting up per game counts of 16.6 points, 6.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists, and 2.3 steals. Without a doubt, he willed his way into the Mythical Team that included the Nieto twins, his batchmates in Batang Gilas. The following year, with averages of 22.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.3 assists, and 2.3 steals, he carried DLSZ all the way to the Finals where they stole one game from eventual champion Nazareth School of National University. And oh, he was the unanimous MVP of Season 78, besting the likes of future Gilas Pilipinas pool members Justine Baltazar and Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan. Even then, though, he wouldn't call himself the best of the best. "I didn't think na I belonged kasi never kong gustong isipin na ganun ako," he said. He then continued, "Ang alam ko lang, I worked extra hard, I had extra motivation to play. Thankfully, coach Boris supported my decision and dahil dun, na-boost yung confidence ko." BREAK FREE From there, Aljun Melecio did nothing but go onto greater and greater heights in La Salle's Srs. squad. Never tell him he has accomplished anything, though, as he would be the first to tell you that you're wrong. Up until now, he feels that he is yet to prove himself. He hopes to prove that he has what it takes to be behind the wheel for the Green Archers' new era. He hopes to prove that he could bounce back following the worst statistical season for him. And he hopes to prove that he has every right to be mentioned in the same breath as his one-time teammates in the Batang Gilas pool and his batchmates who are now part of the Gilas Pilipinas pool. "Lahat naman, ginagawa kong motivation," he said. "May it be positive or negative, we all have our timing so I'm just being patient para sa kung anuman ang ibibigay na chance sa akin." If and when that next shot at wearing the flag comes along, Melecio only vows to do what he has never stopped doing. Asked about getting a golden opportunity at the Gilas pool, he answered, "That's still a dream for me. I know I still have a lot to prove." He then continued, "But I will give my all if given the chance to represent. I always do." If and when that time comes, there would be no more 33km distance, one-hour travel time, or PHP 200 cost. Still, Aljun Melecio would work just as hard - if not more - as he did when he once had to commute south to north just to get to practice. Don't forget, proving himself is already second nature to him. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 29th, 2020

Maricel, Jodi, Sam umaming natakot sa pagbabalik-taping; bawas muna ang chika-chika

  INATAKE rin ng takot at pagkapraning ang mga bida sa bagong Primetime Bida series ng ABS-CBN na “Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin” nang magbalik-taping na sila. Nag-share ng kanilang experience sina Maricel Soriano, Sam Milby at  Jodi Sta. Maria sa bagong sistema sa kanilang taping last June nang tanggalin na ang enhanced community quarantine […] The post Maricel, Jodi, Sam umaming natakot sa pagbabalik-taping; bawas muna ang chika-chika appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 9th, 2020

Remembering UP s one win that was basically a championship

The University of the Philippines is now a legitimate contender in UAAP Men's Basketball. With one Finals appearance, two playoff berths, one MVP, and three Mythical selections in the last two years, it's safe to say that the Fighting Maroons have, indeed, become Winning Maroons. With all that, comes greater expectations, though - however far from reality they may be. "There was a time last year when we were putting so much pressure on the team," S+A analyst Mikee Reyes, who donned the maroon and green from 2009 to 2014, said. "Understandable naman, kasi the make-up of that team was far from how the teams of before were so obviously, the expectations were high." When looking at where State U is now, its climb to contention could actually be traced back to a single game, a sole win, a singular event. SLEEPLESS IN SHUTTLE Of course, the origin story is much richer - what with the 13-113 record from 2007 to 2015 and the trio of winless and couple of one-win seasons in the same timeframe. But when it all comes down to it, however, nowhere to go but up was born on August 9, 2014. Before the sun rose on that day, UP was burdened with a 27-game losing streak. And before the sun rose on that day, Reyes, then still the squad's starting point guard, didn't get much sleep. "Actually, hindi maganda gising ko nun. I've been diagnosed with insomnia and nangyayari siya when I least expect it," he recalled. He then continued, "What a time for it to have come then. 'Di ako nakatulog talaga." The last time the Fighting Maroons could call themselves winners then was back in August 19, 2012 - two years ago, two seasons ago, and even two coaches ago. Facing off with a rebuilding Adamson University side, however, they felt pretty good about their chances. "Obviously, everyone was anxious na kasi loss after loss after loss, but at the same time, we were pretty close as a team so we just picked each other up," Reyes said. "We felt like we were bound for a breakthrough." Reyes remembered how then, State U had, at times, gone toe-to-toe with perennial contenders Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle University. "There were moments when we showed our potential, but just couldn't close it out. Alam namin kung anong kaya namin," he said. And that, coupled with a sound game plan, was where they drew their confidence from. "We felt like we just had to stop Jansen [Rios] and Don [Trollano]. We felt like we had more weapons din so laban lang nang laban," Reyes said. CATCH ME IF YOU CAN As it turned out, Reyes brought his A-game and wound up with a career-high 28 points. Apparently, a pregame power nap proved key. "Nakatulog ako sa bus going to MOA tapos nakatulog ako sa halfcourt during warm-ups. I remember Darwish Bederi (had to wake) me up pa nga," he said through chuckles. JR Gallarza turned in his own best game and had 24 points and six rebounds. "Si Coach Ramil (Cruz), there were times na ilalabas na niya kami ni JR kasi natakot siyang baka sobrang mapagod kami, but we told him na ilalaban na namin 'to. He let us play and our confidence came from him as well," Reyes said, referring to the late Ramil Cruz who had to step in for suspended shot-caller Rey Madrid. And with a relatively louder and prouder maroon and green crowd behind it, UP overcame a slow start and erased a six-point disadvantage early on and erected a 34-23 edge late in the first half. "Pagpasok ng court was the first time we felt people actually believed we could win. Andaming tao. It wasn't so loud, pero there were definitely more people there compared to our past games," Reyes said. That’s when the Fighting Maroons knew that was a must-win game. "Na-feel mo talaga sa crowd, na-feel mo talga sa seniors na we had to win because if natalo pa sa Adamson, nangangamoy 0-14 na naman. Last game of the first round na yun e so if all teams (would have beaten) us already, mahirap nang makakuha ng kumpyansa sa second round," Reyes said. Still, the Soaring Falcons put up a fight and turned what was once a 24-point deficit into just a score of 64-73 with 45.5 ticks to go on the clock. Kyles Lao and Jarrell Lim proved steady from the stripe, however, and kept Adamson at bay once and for all. When the final buzzer sounded, State U could finally breathe easy as the final score read 77-64 in their favor. JOY STORY At long last, after 720 days, after 28 tries, it was a winner once more. Reyes has no doubt whatsoever that was his biggest win as a player. "It's always gonna be my biggest win. I never really won much as a player for UP so sobrang sarap to finally get rid of that curse," he said. And if he had to choose between the win and the career game, he would choose the win each and every time. As he put it, "In college basketball, you could play a very, very good game, but if you lose, parang wala rin. I was just lucky my career-high came in a win because without a win, it wouldn't be memorable at all." After that breakthrough, the Fighting Maroons celebrated like champions - lighting the night with a bonfire at the famed Sunken Garden inside the Diliman campus. Years later, those same players would be candid enough to call that celebration "pathetic" - just like they have been candid enough to call their time the "dark days." Only, in the grand scheme of things, that bonfire wasn't pathetic as it actually became the setting for the resurrection of a new Diliman Commune - a school and its students, staff, and alumni getting together for one cause. That cause? Trying and trying and trying to build a winner in men's basketball - and ultimately, all sports. "I believe that game, that win, that was the start of everything. Mukhang 'di rin naman nakalimutan ng community yun," Reyes said. Now, State U is, indeed, a winner. And the players from the "dark days" only hope that the school and its faithful appreciate just how far they have come. "Those of us who were there in the 'dark days,' we know how one win was basically a championship for us. That's why I tend to remind myself and everybody to just enjoy each win," Reyes said. He then continued, "Sobrang lakas na ng team ngayon, but we still have to remember where UP came from." With Season 81 MVP Bright Akhuetie, Season 82 Mythical selection Kobe Paras, and Season 80 Mythical selection Ricci Rivero, UP is nothing but hopeful for yet another bonfire that may come next season. That bonfire, though, would no longer be called "pathetic" and would no longer be set in the "dark days." That bonfire would, hopefully, be to celebrate the Fighting Maroons' first championship since 1986. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2020

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

In case you missed it: BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 1 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 2 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 3 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 4 --- Pingoy Rule: Never lose hope. --- For the second time in two years, Jerie Pingoy had to have surgery done on his left foot. In November 2017, he injured his left foot in the final frame of the last game of the elimination round of the UAAP. In December 2017, the 5-foot-11 guard went to Pampanga to rid his left foot of bone spurs. Fast forward to June 2019 and his left foot was yet to be fully healed. A failed surgery as well as playing through pain worsened the bone spurs that had long been building up in Pingoy's left foot and he had no other choice but to go to famed sports doctor Raul Canlas. "Nung pinatingin namin kay Doc Canlas, sabi niya, bakit daw hindi inoperahan yung mismong may bone spurs," he shared in a phone interview. "Ako, wala naman akong kaalam-alam. Eh tapos na yun, wala na akong magagawa. Alangan namang habulin ko pa yung doktor dati." As the now-25-year-old was no longer with Adamson University, he had to pay for the new surgery out of his own pocket. Fortunately, he had his girlfriend not only to help him raise funds, but also to find a way to decrease the amount. "Yung girlfriend ko, nagwo-work sa Maxicare (a health maintenance organization) so yun, nag-apply kami ng health card. Buti naman, na-approve," he said. With that, Pingoy went under the knife for the second time in two years. And, as it turns out, it was an outpatient operation. "Ang kasama ko lang nun, girlfriend ko. Pasok kami Sunday, labas ng Monday kasi wala naman kaming ipon e. Binayad na namin lahat ng meron kami sa opera," he said. The good news is that at long last, his left foot is all well and good. As he put it, "At least, ngayon, okay na okay na." NOT ALONE That’s just one of the reasons why Pingoy believes he already has his life partner beside him. Talking about girlfriend Dixie Soberano, he said, full of love, "Through all the darkness na nangyari sa akin, she stayed with me. Alam niya kung gaano ka-struggle yung nangyari sa akin, pero nag-stay siya." He then continued, "Sobrang nagpapasalamat ako sa kanya kasi nandito siya, 'di niya ako iniwan. Siya pa nga laging nagpapaalala sa aking magpakundisyon ka, magpapayat ka para sa future natin." Not only that, Soberano was also how Pingoy received the biggest blessings in his life. In one-year-and-three-month-old Kaeden Jared and two-month-old Jaeden Keith, the Cebuano has even more will to go on and prove that his career is far from finished. "Sila yung nagbibigay ng inspirasyon sa akin. Ang practice namin sa CEU, alas sais ng umaga, pero gumigising ako ng alas kwatro kasi iniisip ko, para sa anak ko 'to, para sa kinabukasan nila 'to," he said. He leaves home motivated - and comes home even more motivated as he has a brand new dream to go alongside the one of him playing in the PBA. "Every time umuuwi ako, naiisip kong sana soon, yayaman ako at pag-uwi ko, sasabihan ko mga anak kong, 'Magbihis kayo, kakain tayo sa labas,'" he said. He then continued, "Tapos makikita ko kung gaano sila ka-excited. Talagang nagbago na buhay ko dahil sa kanila." NOT THE END Before COVID-19 shut down anything and everything, Pingoy looked like he was doing all in his power to put his career back on track. Just a month after Karate Kid-CEU took a chance on him, he proved diligent and disciplined in his extra work and trimmed down from 250 lbs. to just 197 lbs. Of course, having a life partner and two children, as well as his parents, relying on him is more than enough fuel to the fire. "Mahirap walang income eh. Nung isang taong nawala ako, as in walang income talaga eh kaya ngayon, kailangang magtulungan kami as a family," he said. Fortunately, the Scorpions have Pingoy's back as he claws and climbs the mountain once more. "Everybody deserves a second chance eh. Sakto kailangan ko rin ng point guard na leader para ma-guide yung mga bata namin," head coach Jeff Napa said. And there remains more than a few who have not lost faith. "If Koko can be given a chance and the confidence, he can still realize the potential that he has," Bo Perasol, the head coach who recruited and then mentored him in Ateneo de Manila University, said. In Napa, team manager Johnny Yap, and all of Karate Kid-CEU, Pingoy has another shot - as long as he keeps at it. "Maganda pa rin naman ang future ng batang yan basta mag-work hard lang siya nang todo at bumalik yung game shape niya. Yung talent at basketball sense kasi, meron na siya e," his new mentor said. FORGET-ME-NOT However, it is yet to be determined when the 2020 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup would resume action - or if it would even resume action. With COVID-19 posing more questions than answers, hope is all that Pingoy has for his career that has seen more starts and stops than rush hour traffic in EDSA. Still, hope is what he has been holding to all throughout - and is the reason he still stands even after having seen half of his collegiate career go to waste because of residency. Back-to-back MVP seasons in the UAAP Jrs. were followed by two years in a row of residency. A rookie year in Ateneo was followed by another season on the sidelines after transferring to Adamson. Two years as a Soaring Falcon were followed by a year out of the grid. Now, Jerie Pingoy, once thought to be special, just wants to have a shot at normal. This, even though what he has been through in his young life is already ripe for the pickings for a TV drama. "Sa lahat ng nangyari, parang gusto ko na ngang magpa-MMK e," he kidded. And who, if ever, would portray him on Maalala Mo Kaya? The answer to that is pretty clear in his eyes. "Si Gerald Anderson. Sakto pareho kaming Bisaya, pareho kaming gwapo." Without a doubt, after all that happened to him, the sense of humor is still there with Jerie Pingoy. Hopefully, the game that once made him a promising prospect is still there too. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 12th, 2020

Shaina umaming may mga nagawa ring ‘pagkakamali’

Admittedly, marami nang pinagdaanan si Shaina Magdayao in her young life. May particular experience ba siya na hino-haunt pa rin siya until now at paano niya na-overcome ‘yun? That was the question asked about her during the presscon of The Haunted, a weekend series to start airing Dec. 8. Kasama niya rito sina Denise Laurel […] The post Shaina umaming may mga nagawa ring ‘pagkakamali’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 6th, 2019

Miho, natakot sa nominasyon sa Star Awards for TV

HINDI raw naiwasang kabahan ang PBB 737 Grand Winner na si Miho Nishida nang sabihin sa kanya ng manager na si Jovan Dela Cruz ng F&'38;S Tailors na nominado siya sa Philippine Movie Press Club’s Star Awards For Television para sa kategoryang Best .....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsOct 21st, 2016

Baron umaming may mental illness, enjoy sa pagiging tatay: Natulungan niya rin ako na mawala yung pagkatililing ko

INAMIN ng magaling na aktor na si Baron Geisler na meron siyang mental illness. Diretsahan niya itong binanggit nang tanungin namin siya sa ginanap na digital mediacon ng bago niyang pelikula under Viva Films, ang “Tililing”. Kinumusta namin si Baron at tinanong kung anu-ano ang mga nabago sa kanyang buhay mula nang siya’y maging tatay. […] The post Baron umaming may mental illness, enjoy sa pagiging tatay: Natulungan niya rin ako na mawala yung pagkatililing ko appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 23rd, 2021

Pagpedal

Sa darating na Marso, isang taon na ako dito sa lalawigan. Mula nang magkaroon ng pandemya, hindi ko pa nagagawang bumalik sa Kamaynilaan. Hindi ko naman hinahanap-hanap. Sapat na sa aking mapanood sa telebisyon na mabigat pa rin ang daloy ng trapiko; na marami pa rin naglisaw-lisaw na tao na hindi sumusunod sa minimum health standard para makaiwas sa sakit. The post Pagpedal first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2021

Claudine handa nang magkaroon ng bagong dyowa; pero umaming mahal pa rin si Rico Yan

HANGGANG ngayon ay single pa rin si Claudine Barretto at diretsahan niyang sinabi na handa na rin siyang magkaroon ng dyowa. Ilang taon na rin naman kasi silang hiwalay ng kanyang estranged husband na si Raymart Santiago na balitang masaya na ngayon sa piling ng Kapamilya actress na si Jodi Sta. Maria. Maraming rebelasyon ang […] The post Claudine handa nang magkaroon ng bagong dyowa; pero umaming mahal pa rin si Rico Yan appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2021

Aktres nawalan ng trabaho matapos makipag-away sa manager; pinayuhang makipagbati na

TRULILI kaya na pinayuhan ng isang kilalang personalidad ang aktres na makipag-ayos na sa kanyang manager dahil kailangan niyang kumita sa rami ng bills na kanyang binabayaran. Nabanggit ng aming source na simula nang magkaroon ng hindi pagkakaunawaan ang aktres at ang manager niya ay nawalan na siya totally ng projects. “Marami siyang nakabinbin noon, […] The post Aktres nawalan ng trabaho matapos makipag-away sa manager; pinayuhang makipagbati na appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 8th, 2021

Vice umaming mas tumindi ang hamon sa pagho-host ng Showtime: Nakakasuka siya sa pressure!

“ALAM n’yo nakakabaliw talaga ‘tong show!” Pag-amin ni Vice Ganda patungkol sa kanilang noontime program na “It’s Showtime” sa ABS-CBN. Ayon sa TV host-comedian habang tumatagal, patindi nang patindi ang mga challenges na kanilang hinaharap para lamang maipagpatuloy ang paghahatid ng saya at inspirasyon sa madlang pipol. Pahayag ni Vice, ibang-iba na ngayon ang style […] The post Vice umaming mas tumindi ang hamon sa pagho-host ng Showtime: Nakakasuka siya sa pressure! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 2nd, 2021

Liza Soberano, going solo muna?

Excited naman ngayon si Ogie Diaz – ang manager ng aktres na si Liza Soberano – nang aminin niyang may mga pag-uusap na nagaganap na magsama sa isang project ang dalaga at ang sikat na Thai actor na si Vachirawit Chiva-aree o mas kilala bilang si Bright. “Actually na-pitch na rin sa amin yan so […] The post Liza Soberano, going solo muna? appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2021

Barber shop ni Jericho sa Cubao tuluyan nang nagsara dahil sa pandemya

ISA pang matinding naapektuhan ng COVID-19 pandemic ay ang negosyo ng aktor na si Jericho Rosales. Isinara na ni Echo ang barber shop niyang Talas Manileno noong Oktubre, 2020 pa na matatagpuan sa Cubao Expo, Araneta Center, Quezon City. Mukhang bumalik na ang puhunan ng aktor dahil Mayo, 2016 pa niya ito binuksan at malakas […] The post Barber shop ni Jericho sa Cubao tuluyan nang nagsara dahil sa pandemya appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2021

Ellen, umaming na-depressed nang isinilang si Elias!

Manila, Philippines- Sa wakas, tinuldukan na ni Ellen Adarna ang mga haka-haka tungkol sa tunay na dahilan kung bakit naghiwalay sila ni John Lloyd Cruz. Sa isang eksklusibong panayam ng isang magazine, inamin ni Ellen na nasa kanya raw ang diperensya. Taong 2018 noong isilang niya ang anak nila ni Lloydie, si Elias Modesto. Pero […] The post Ellen, umaming na-depressed nang isinilang si Elias! appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2021

Coney napraning sa lock-in taping, gusto nang umuwi; KimLex loveteam bibida sa ‘My Fantastic Pag-ibig’

DIRETSAHANG inamin ng veteran actress na si Coney Reyes na napraning siya noong unang dalawang araw ng pagsabak niya sa lock-in taping. Kahit may pag-aalinlangan, lakas-loob na bumalik sa taping si Coney para sa Kapuso series na “Love Of My Life” na napapanood na uli ngayon sa telebisyon. Natigil din ang pag-ere ng nasabing teleserye […] The post Coney napraning sa lock-in taping, gusto nang umuwi; KimLex loveteam bibida sa ‘My Fantastic Pag-ibig’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 20th, 2021

Go asks public to trust government on vaccination program

Sen. Bong Go has asked Filipinos to trust the national government when it comes to the procurement and subsequent rollout of sufficient, safe and effective vaccines against COVID-19 across the country......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 20th, 2021

Ketogenic diet, epektibo ng ba?

Ang karamihan sa atin ay inaasam na makamit hindi lang maayos na pangangatawan, pati na din ang mapapayat at mapa “sexy” ito. kung anuano na lang ang gagawin para makamtan ito. Nandoon ang magehersisyo ng lubos lubusan, uminom ng sangkatutak na “diet pills”, gutumin ang sarili, o di kaya sundin ang mga “diet fads”. Ito ang tanong sa atin ngayon. Marami nang nagawa ang ating reader ngunit hindi pa din nya makuha ang gustong hugis ng katawan. May nakapagsabi na mag ketogenic diet dahil epektibo ito. Totoo ba ang sinasabi nila, safe ba ito at kung sakali paano ba gawin ito? The post Ketogenic diet, epektibo ng ba? first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsJan 19th, 2021

Elisse wala pang balak bumalik sa Pinas; ayaw nang magkaroon ng ka-loveteam?

WALA pang planong umuwi ng Pilipinas ang Kapamilya actress na si Elisse Joson na kasalukuyang nasa Amerika ngayon kasama ang kanyang mga mahal sa buhay. Ayon sa dalaga, ine-enjoy pa rin nila ang buhay sa ibang bansa kahit na may banta pa rin ng pandemya roon, basta ang mahalaga raw ngayon ay magkakasama silang pamilya […] The post Elisse wala pang balak bumalik sa Pinas; ayaw nang magkaroon ng ka-loveteam? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2021

Hugot ni Ogie Diaz: Ginawa namin ni misis ang aming 5 anak nang hindi ako lasing

“BAKIT ako ang ginagawang sampol sa ‘Ang bakla, pag nakainom, nagiging lalake din?'” Yan ang tanong ng talent manager-comedian na si Ogie Diaz matapos mag-viral ang pahayag ng ni Makati City Chief of Police Col. Harold Depositar tungkol sa pagpatay sa flight attendant na si Christine Dacera. Ayon sa nasabing opisyal ng Philippine National Police, kahit […] The post Hugot ni Ogie Diaz: Ginawa namin ni misis ang aming 5 anak nang hindi ako lasing appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 8th, 2021