People…are talking about
With almost two million tweets during the coronation day, the country’s bet to the 65th Miss Universe definitely proved that people’s eyes were on on her in her bid to win the coveted crown. As a gracious host delegate, Maxine represented the country well amid the brouhaha surrounding her performance during the Q and A portion and the great pressure for her to deliver the goods. People already knew that Maxine dreads public speaking and what she showed during the pageant was already a better version of herself.
Still talking about the recently concluded Miss Universe pageant, this Twitter rock star flooded the microblogging site with hilarious tweets that could make people forget about pressing problems that confront the country today. Kidding aside, Ethel is one of the personalities people watch out for during special and national events. We should give her a special moniker just for that.
Rachelle Ann Go
After her stint as Gigi in the restaging of Miss Saigon and Fantine in Les Misirables, the Filipina singer scores another important role in an international production. Rachelle Ann is set to play Eliza Hamilton in the phenomenal West End production. In less than two years, the musical has become an icon of American pop culture receiving the highest accolades from Tony Awards. And Rachelle Ann being part of this production says a lot on how the producers of the show see her as a talent.
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Can’t Help Falling In Love”¨
The upcoming film’s director, Mae Cruz-Alviar, is making a strange appeal among KathNiel fans online. The filmmaker is disappointed with the fans for posting behind-the-scenes photos of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla. Hence, she took to Twitter to tell them to stop posting photos from their shooting. According to her, the photos posted by fans pre-empt and spoil this Star Cinema movie. It goes to show she’s not confident with her work because she considers social media posts a threat to the success of her film. Really strange!
The singer-songwriter has finally signed a management contract with ABS-CBN. The contract is exclusive, which means he wouldn’t be able to work with other networks like he used to. And considering the fact that he’s got little options when it comes to shows that he can be part of, his partnership with the network will only limit his visibility on TV. Unless of course he’s that too important ABS-CBN would give him his own regular show, which is apparently not happening to more popular and more creative artists.
A top gun from APT Entertainment has just confirmed that no negation to produce a TV show happened between them and the former TV host. And future negation will not ever happen, too. Now, this leaves Kris settling for an online show, which doesn’t even have an audience. Since she can’t go back to her former network, will she finally enter politics like what washed up celebrities do? We heard that’s her next plan.