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People…are talking about

Andrea Torres

After seeing the same familiar faces playing the lead roles over and over again, her being cast in a starring role in The Millionaire’s Wife is a breath of fresh air. Andrea’s afternoon soap in Kapuso network doesn’t seem to offer anything new to the public, but her inclusion in the program alone sure makes the excitement build up. Yes, people anticipate what the sexy actress can bring to the table.

Kris Aquino

She’s leaving showbiz. And this is probably the best news that came from Kris of late. Not that we feel her two sons need her time more or that she needs to primarily focus on her health concerns, we believe it’s only logical for someone who’s been in the business for almost 30 years to take a long break. And by long break we mean not coming back in the next two months or so. Our mornings are good without Kris TV anyway.

Carrot Man

After gaining popularity in the Philippines, online sensation Jeyrick Sigmaton (aka Carrot Man) has been featured in a TV show in South Korea. The show compares the features of Jeyrick to South Korean male celebrities including Won Bin, Jang Geun Suk, and Lee Min Ho. Of course, we are happy for the lad and for the attention he’s getting. We just hope all these things would translate into something positive like say his family or tribe getting better education or perhaps securing their own land.

People…are not talking about

Cristine Reyes

She’s slowly building a reputation, a bad reputation that is. Ask Vivian Velez, who took to social media recently to tell the world that she’s resigning from Tubig at Langis, and she’d tell you Cristine is extremely difficult to work with. If our memory serves us right, this is not the first time someone complained about Cristine’s demeanor. So, we guess all the rumors about her were true after all.

32nd Star Awards for Movies

If you’re a reasonable movie fan or at least someone who has a decent taste when it comes to big screen entertainment, you would sneer and chuckle on the winners of the awards given out by the Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC). The list of winners is a reflection of the biased, unsophisticated and uneducated choices of its members. We wonder why there are people who still believe that PMPC has credibility and is still relevant.

Face Out Fat

Belo Medical has gigantic billboards on Edsa featuring Julia Montes. The big tarps carry a promise to achieve a V-shaped face through a non-surgical procedure. That’s quite tempting especially to those who would die just to have slimmer faces. But examining the billboard, Julia’s “before picture” was taken a few years back, probably when she was still part of Going Bulilit. How can Belo Medical explain this obvious advertising blunder? That’s false advertising in your face.

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