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People…are talking about

McNeal Briguela

Most likely you have already seen this “aura look” (see photo) even if you are not an avid Kapamilya fan. Otherwise we would surmise that you’re currently living under a rock. McNeal, “Boy Aura” to netizens or Mak-Mak in the top-rating action drama FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano is slowly dominating all media platforms via his amusing videos and memes. Guess what? We’ve found another Internet star who looks like a small version of Shalala only he’s more relatable and entertaining.

Arci Muñoz

The former Kapuso and Kapatid star landed on the cover of Metro Magazine’s special body issue, which many magazine readers consider as the most awaited summer and anniversary issue of the glossy. By default (uncontested), Arci being on the cover puts her as the face and body of summer. And we are not complaining.

Alexa Ilacad

The young Star Magic talent known for her roles in Bagito and Luv U graduated from junior high school with flying colors. On her Instagram account, the 16-year-old Alexa posted a photo of her showing off the medals she received during her school’s commencement exercise saying she’s moving up to senior high. Now we wonder, if Alexa were able to finish school amid hectic schedule, what’s the excuse of those stars her age who don’t attend school?

People are…not talking about

‘Just the 3 of Us’

The director of the film that stars John Lloyd Cruz and Jennylyn Mercado squealed online as soon as he learned that his rom-com is up against JaDine’s This Time. The director felt it’s downright unfair because both films will premiere in cinemas  on the same day next week. Perhaps, he suddenly lost his faith in himself as a director and realized that his crappy work will just be devoured by JaDine’s film at the local box office. Can we say he just gave people another reason to choose This Time over Just the 3 of Us?

Kris Aquino

“Ipagtanggol niyo naman ako,” she asked the crowd in one of the campaign sorties of Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo. This was her appeal after the presidential chopper brouhaha that earned her flak from the public. Of course we now know the reason why she took the ride, what we don’t know is why there’s still nobody willing to come forward and defend her publicly. Probably, her star and her magic are now just an illusion.

Emilio Garcia

He swore he’s not going to give politics another try after losing in his first attempt to run for public office three years ago. And that’s understandable, it’s really hard to face the truth that showbiz didn’t even make him popular enough to make people think he’s capable to be their leader. Question is, who’s Emilio again? He’s a former male bold star who tried but failed to be in politics, let’s just keep it that way.

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