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Claudia Barretto to reignite music career

By NEIL RAMOS   Another Barretto has joined Viva’s stellar roster of artists. Following in the footsteps of older sister Julia in Viva Artist Agency (VAA) is Claudia Barretto. The daughter of Marjorie Barretto and Dennis Padilla is set to re-ignite her singing career with the entertainment giant. Note Claudia has made inroads in music […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsJan 20th, 2021Related News

Kasama ni Trump sa event nahawa ng COVID

Inanunsyo ni dating White House counselor Kellyanne Conway na nagpositibo siya sa COVID-19 matapos na kumpirmahin ni US President Donald Trump na tinamaan siya ng virus. The post Kasama ni Trump sa event nahawa ng COVID first appeared on Abante......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsOct 3rd, 2020Related News

4 Kapamilya director pinapili ni Cathy Molina: Amor Powers o Madam Claudia?

PHENOMENAL talaga ang teleseryeng “Pangako Sa ‘Yo” dahil hanggang ngayon ay hindi pa rin nakakalimutan ng publiko ang mga karakter nina Amor Powers at Madam Claudia Zalameda. Sa pakikipagtsikahan ni Direk Cathy Garcia Molina sa mga lalaking direktor na sina Ruel Bayani, Ted Boborol, Dado Lumibao at Jerry Sineneng ay ang karakter nina Eula Valdez […] The post 4 Kapamilya director pinapili ni Cathy Molina: Amor Powers o Madam Claudia? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsAug 21st, 2020Related News

VLOG WATCH: Julia Barretto’s ‘new normal’ shoot and sister Claudia’s 21st Birthday Celebration (plus Dalgona Coffee!)

SLOWLY ay nagbabalik na sa production shoot ang ilang Kapamilya stars with various projects (TV, Film, Digital etc.). Isa sa mga artista na naka-experience na ng taping under ‘the new normal’ ay ang napakagandang si Julia Barretto. Ilang linggo na rin walang update ang dalaga kaya naman takam na takam ang kanyang subscribers and loyal […] The post VLOG WATCH: Julia Barretto’s ‘new normal’ shoot and sister Claudia’s 21st Birthday Celebration (plus Dalgona Coffee!) appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsJul 31st, 2020Related News

Sofia Andres sa naging buhay nang iwan ang showbiz: It was hard to be independent 

FINALLY, inilantad na rin ni Sofia Andres ang kanyang baby girl, ang first born nila ni Daniel Miranda. According to Sofia, six months siyang nag-stay sa Australia after taking a break from showbiz. Hindi niya kinaya ang toxic sa entertainment industry kaya nagdesisyon siyang umalis muna. Sa vlog ni Claudia Barretto, nag-share siya ng ilang details […] The post Sofia Andres sa naging buhay nang iwan ang showbiz: It was hard to be independent  appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 22nd, 2020Related News

WATCH: Opening of quarantine facility from Julia Barretto and sisters fundraiser

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Julia Barretto on Friday, April 24, posted a video of the opening of a quarantine facility built in Quezon City from the  Para May Bukas fund drive she and sisters Dani and Claudia started. "Turnover and blessing of the Emergency Quarantine Facility for Fe Del Mundo Medical Center today," Julia wrote. ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsApr 25th, 2020Related News

Barretto sisters, magpapatayo ng quarantine facility

  JAMES LUIS NAKALIKOM ng P651,000 sa kanilang ginawang fundraising na “Para May Bukas” ang celebrity siblings na sina Julia, Dani at Claudia Barretto. Ang fundraising campaign na ito ng Barretto sisters ay naglalayong magtayo ng emergency quarantine facility para sa mga medical frontliners na nakikipaglaban sa coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). Sinabi pa ni Julia na […] The post Barretto sisters, magpapatayo ng quarantine facility appeared first on PINAS......»»

Source: Pinasglobal PinasglobalCategory: NewsApr 17th, 2020Related News

Julia nag-make-up tutorial sa fans

Nag-live sa Instagram account ang Kapamilya actress na si Julia Barretto kasama ang kanyang kapatid na si Claudia......»»

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Bogota s first woman mayor pledges to fight racism, xenophobia

BOGOTA , Colombia – Bogota's first woman mayor Claudia Lopez took office Wednesday promising leadership in the troubled Colombian capital and pledging to fight "racism, class distinctions, and xenophobia." The center-left mayor, who married her same-sex partner last month , takes over a city that has become a focal point of countrywide protests against the ........»»

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Julia at Claudia Barretto, nag-open up tungkol sa pag-ibig at kontrobersiya na pinagdaanan ng pamilya!

CONTROVERSIAL in the past weeks ang Barretto Family, pero mas nauna na nakagat ng kontrobersiya ang Kapamilya young actress na si Julia Barretto dahil sa pagkakalink nito sa isang older hunk actor na nang-ghosting ng karelasyong aktres. Ngayon na nag-uumpisa pa lang mag-move on ang Pamilya Barretto sa mga kontrobersiya na pinagdaanan nila, nag-upload si […] The post Julia at Claudia Barretto, nag-open up tungkol sa pag-ibig at kontrobersiya na pinagdaanan ng pamilya! appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsNov 18th, 2019Related News

WATCH: Julia and Claudia Barretto open up about love, family, and controversy

MANILA, Philippines – Julia and Claudia Barretto got candid in a video for Julia's YouTube channel, where the two answered questions they've never asked each other before. In the course of the sisters' conversation, the two talked about their mom, their siblings, relationships, and dealing with controversy. One of the first questions ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsNov 16th, 2019Related News

Julia, Claudia nilait sa pagkanta sa ‘ASAP’

Dapat ba na huwag munang mag-live o mag-appear si Julia Barretto sa mga live show na tulad ng “Asap Natin ‘To”? Guest nga at kumanta kahapon si Julia, kasama ang kapatid niyang si Claudia Barretto......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsNov 3rd, 2019Related News

Colombia elects first woman mayor of Bogota

BOGOTA, Colombia – Claudia Lopez, a symbol of the fight against corruption in Colombia, on Sunday became the first woman to be elected mayor of the capital Bogota. The 49-year-old center-left candidate, who is openly gay, won the local election with 35.2 percent of the vote ahead of liberal Carlos Fernando ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsOct 28th, 2019Related News

Holly Holm aims for another shocking win vs Nunes at UFC 239

By Greg Beacham, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) — Holly Holm didn't fight in a mixed martial arts cage until she was already a 29-year-old boxing champion of three weight classes. She had both a head start and a huge deficit in her quest to master a second sport in her athletic midlife. Even eight years later, Holm is aware of the unique challenges of her chosen path. She knows she'll probably never face a boxer as good as her in the cage, but she also knows she might never catch up to some of her younger opponents in grappling, jiu-jitsu or the myriad intricacies of the transitions between disciplines. So instead of setting a mundane goal to be the greatest fighter in MMA history, Holm looks at her second career as a chance to do as many unique things as possible. "I always want to do something that hasn't been done before," Holm said Thursday while preparing for her showdown with bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 239 on Saturday night. "No female in the UFC has won the belt, lost it and then come back to get it again," she said. "That's something I can do this week. This is something for my legacy. I want to win no matter what, but I love to have a challenge in front of me like that." Holm (12-4) already had one of the greatest nights in MMA history. She knows her career is likely to be defined by her world-shocking victory over Ronda Rousey in November 2015, making her a UFC champion in her 10th pro fight and transforming her into an international celebrity. Although she lost the bantamweight title in her next bout, her place in the sport was already secure. A victory over Nunes (17-4), arguably the most talented and accomplished woman in MMA history, would be even more impressive than that win over Rousey, whose inadequacies were exposed again by Nunes a year later. But Holm points out an interesting curve in this path: The world was shocked when Holm beat Rousey senseless, but the world now believes Holm can do anything, even after losing four of her past six fights. That's a different kind of expectation, and she is doing her best to bear up under it. "I was the underdog that shocked everybody before," Holm said with a laugh. "But now there's the pressure from having that reputation as somebody who can shock you as an underdog." Holm meets Nunes in the penultimate bout of a stacked card at T-Mobile Arena for the UFC's traditional International Fight Week pay-per-view show. Jon Jones, Holm's teammate in Albuquerque, faces Brazil's Thiago Santos in the main event of a show also featuring veteran stars Luke Rockhold, Jorge Masvidal, Ben Askren, Diego Sanchez, Michael Chiesa, Gilbert Melendez and Claudia Gadelha. Holm and Jones often work out at the same time at Jackson Wink MMA Academy, and Holm pays attention to her tremendously talented, sometimes self-sabotaging co-worker. Even at 37, Holm is still eager to learn new ways to improve. "Jon will come in and spar, but then he'll take somebody aside and just drill one move, one technique over and over and over again," Holm said. "His focus and endurance is inspiring. He can do that for hours, and I've tried to have the same focus." Nunes has held the bantamweight title for three years since she took it from Miesha Tate, who had taken it from Holm. Nunes added the 145-pound featherweight belt last December with her sensational 51-second battering of long-reigning champ Cris "Cyborg" Justino, who beat Holm by decision in December 2017. Holm's loss to Cyborg was her fourth in five fights, but she rebounded with a win last year. Holm is talented enough and famous enough to get this title shot despite her recent setbacks in bouts mostly decided by narrow margins. "I'm a completely different fighter today," Holm said of her progress since beating Rousey. "I've always been on a fast track in this sport. I've had great coaches that are helping me catch up since I left boxing. It's a different feeling now when I go out there." Nunes is a solid favorite in their bout, but the numbers mean nothing to Holm or her fans. Holm is eager to test Nunes' formidable boxing skills — and if she gets another historic knockout and upset victory, Holm will add it to her unique list of accomplishments in this singular fighting life. "It's the high that gets you by," Holm said. "Wanting a victory is like a drug. It keeps you going.".....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 5th, 2019Related News

Lloyd, a World Cup starter again, scores 2 as US beats Chile

By Anne M. Peterson, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Carli Lloyd wasn't thrilled to open the Women's World Cup on the bench for the United States. She accepted the role, but made no secret she wanted to start. When the call came Sunday, Lloyd made it count with a pair of goals to lead the defending champions to a 3-0 victory over Chile. The win pushed the United States into the round of 16. Lloyd was the hero of the World Cup in Canada four years ago when she scored three goals in the final against Japan that gave the Americans their third World Cup title. But she was on the bench when the U.S. opened the tournament, even though she scored later as a substitute in the 13-0 victory over Thailand. "I know that my ability is there, I know this is my best version of me. I've just got to go out there and prove it," she said. "Whether that's coming off the bench and making an impact, whether that's starting and getting the opportunity, which I'm grateful for, I'm just trying to make the most of it. I want to win." Lloyd became the first player to score in six straight World Cup matches with her goal in the 11th minute. She added another on a header off a corner in the 35th for her 10th career World Cup goal, which moved her into third on the U.S. list behind Abby Wambach (14) and Michelle Akers (12). At 36, she became the oldest player to have a multi-goal game in the tournament. She nearly got another hat trick — which would have made her the first player with two in the World Cup — but her penalty kick in the 81st minute went wide left. "It's haunting me right now," Lloyd said. "Wasn't good enough." The score could have been worse for Chile without unshakable goalkeeper Christiane Endler, who finished with six saves and fended off a flurry of U.S. shots in the second half. Endler was named player of the match. "I love the balls coming towards me and being able to showcase my skills," she said through a translator. "Obviously it's difficult to maintain concentration. I think in the first half it was difficult for me to get into the game. I think the second half went better for me and in general for the team." The victory over Chile was more subdued than the U.S. team's record-breaking rout of Thailand. The Americans celebrated every goal even after the win was well in hand, and the display offended many who thought the champions should have shown more class. The controversy clouded the run-up to the match against Chile. Several of the American players reached out to their Thai counterparts following the match. Lloyd exchanged encouraging words and tweets with goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying, and FIFA posted an interview with Thailand's coach thanking the U.S. players for being professional and playing well. After such a rout, Jill Ellis made sweeping changes to the starting lineup against Chile, including a new front line with Lloyd, Christen Press and Mallory Pugh. Alex Morgan was moved to the bench along with Megan Rapinoe and Tobin Heath. Becky Sauerbrunn, who sat out the match against Thailand because of a minor quad injury, returned and anchored a backline that included 20-year-old Tierna Davidson, who was making her World Cup debut. Davidson is the youngest player to start for the United States in a World Cup since Tiffany Roberts against Norway in 1995. Chile made just one lineup change, starting midfielder Claudia Soto in place of Yanara Aedo. Chile lost its opener to Sweden 2-0, but Endler was solid in that game, too, keeping the Swedes out of the goal until 83rd minute. The second goal got past the 6-footer in stoppage time. Julie Ertz scored in the 26th minute with a header off a corner kick from Davidson that Endler got her hands on but couldn't stop. It was Ertz's first World Cup goal and came with her husband Zach Ertz, a tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, looking on. Endler denied Lloyd another chance at the hat trick when she tipped the U.S. captain's shot over the net in the 72nd minute. Sweden also advanced out of Group F with a victory 5-1 victory over Thailand earlier Sunday in Nice. Japan, playing in Group D with England, also went through to the knockout stage because both the United States and Sweden won. Former Vice President Joe Biden was among the U.S. team's well-wishers before the sold-out game at Parc des Princes stadium. Biden, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, referenced the team's lawsuit against U.S. Soccer alleging gender discrimination and seeking equitable pay. "As we cheer them on in the World Cup, we must support their fight off the field for equal pay. In 2019, it's past time we close the pay gap and ensure women get paid as much as men," Biden tweeted. U.S. soccer maintains the two teams have different pay structures because of separate collective bargaining agreements. But for now, the players are concentrating on France and bringing home a fourth World Cup championship. The United States plays Sweden on Thursday to wrap up the group stage. It is the first meeting between the two teams since Sweden ousted the Americans from the quarterfinals at the 2016 Olympics. Chile wraps up the group with a match against Thailand on Thursday......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 17th, 2019Related News

Lloyd s tiny golf clap delivers big message from US women

By Ronald Blum, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Carli Lloyd had just scored on an 18-yard volley to put the United States ahead 11 minutes in against Chile. After leaping, pumping a fist and hugging teammate Lindsey Horan, she raised both hands chin high and made four tiny pitter-patter claps, the type seen more frequently at Pebble Beach than Parc des Princes. A message? You bet. I made a gif of @CarliLloyd’s celebration golf clap after her first goal in #USACHI because I needed this to exist for every time someone tone polices a #USWNT celebration. #USWNT #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Sw7rUA3ID2 — Phil (@ALazyJellyfish) June 16, 2019 Easy wins and lots of goals are par for the course when it comes to the U.S. women's soccer team. "I can't take credit for it. I'm not sure if Lindsey is taking credit for it," Lloyd said after a 3-0 victory Sunday night advanced the U.S. to the round of 16. "She had told me if we score, that's what we're going to do so I just went along with it after I did my little celebration But it was fun. I think it made a statement on the sideline there. It was cool." A record-setting 13-0 rout of Thailand that opened the tournament for the Americans sparked a debate back home. Celebration had not been discussed this much since Kool & the Gang. Some cried poor sportsmanship. Others argued players shouldn't be asked to let up on soccer's biggest stage. All the harrumphing was heard across the Atlantic. "I guess we could have just passed it around the back for a million times, but that's boring. That's disrespectful to everyone: fans, ourselves" said 33-year-old Megan Rapinoe, the pink-haired veteran famous for running to a corner flag and screaming "Born in the USA" into a television microphone after goal against Colombia in the 2011 World Cup. "The only thing you ask of an athlete really is to put it all out there and do the best you can. It's not in our DNA ever." Coach Jill Ellis speculated Lloyd's inspiration was her spouse, professional golfer Brian Hollins. "I'm guessing it was a shout-out to her husband," Ellis said. Horan said Emily Sonnett, a 25-year-old defender at her first World Cup, suggested responses. Trolling critics was the goal. "We decided to do something different today," Horan said with an impish smile. "Handshakes were part of it. Golf clap was part of it." Only the standout play of goalkeeper Christiane Endler lowered the Americans' offensive output from Wonder Woman levels to the mere mundane. The U.S. peppered Chile with 26 shots to one for the South Americans, raising the U.S. margin to 65-3 over two matches that seemed more training than tests. Alyssa Naeher, the Americans' new World Cup goalkeeper, was noticeable only when an unmarked Carla Guerrero redirected Claudia Soto's free kick past her midway through the first half. Guerrero was called offside. More Americans were in the tournament-high crowd of 45,594 that filled Parc des Princes than walked around Sunday in Paris, Kentucky, or Texas. Quite different from the stands 21 years and one day earlier, when Germany beat the U.S. men 2-0 on the very same field in the Americans' 1998 World Cup opener on goals by Andreas Möller and Jürgen Klinsmann. Fans clad in red, white and blue jammed the Metro hours before kickoff, streaming on the No. 9 line at Trocadero, Republique and Richelieu-Drouot and emerging on at Porte de Saint-Cloud on the sunny afternoon. "We're in France, and yet we felt like we had a home game," said Lloyd, at 36-year-old the oldest woman with a multi-goal World Cup match. Despite their second easy win, the Americans maintained there was no reason to chill: Thailand is ranked 34th in the world and Chile is 39th. The Americans need a win or draw against No. 9 Sweden on Thursday in order to win the group. A victory likely means a second-round matchup against No. 13 Spain or No. 16 China, which would put the U.S. on track for a quarterfinal matchup against fourth-ranked France in Paris. Ellis would not speculate whether her team would be better off finishing second and winding up in the other half of the bracket. "There's a lot of grass to navigate between now and potential matchups," she said. "This game is a crazy game, and you have to bring it every single match." No team has won consecutive Women's World Cups since the event began in 1991, a reason for sangfroid. "We're climbing up a mountain now," Lloyd said, "and it's only going to get harder.".....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 17th, 2019Related News

So far, no word from Duterte on Chinese ship sinking PH vessel | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: 3 speeches in a row, Duterte silent on Chinese ship sinking PH vessel Sandiganbayan junks bids of Jinggoy, Napoles to dismiss plunder cases White House updates: Watchdog groups call for Conway boot, Sanders resigns Toronto Raptors dethrones Golden State Warriors to bag first NBA crown Eva Noblezada, Princess Punzalan, Lea Salonga shine in 'Yellow Rose' trailer – Rappler.com  .....»»

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

Federal watchdog: White House should sack Trump aide Conway

WASHINGTON, DC, USA – A US watchdog agency recommended on Thursday, June 13, that White House counselor Kellyanne Conway be fired, saying the close aide to President Donald Trump repeatedly violated a law restricting political activity during her official work. The White House swiftly responded by calling the process "blatantly unfair" ........»»

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