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It’s that time of the year again when big networks release their Christmas plugs, festive music videos that usually feature their biggest stars. They also showcase lavish production to promote how grand and exciting Christmas is in the country. But in plain sight, station IDs are just an extension of the network war. And in this year’s battle, we already have a clear winner – the station ID whose theme song is currently no.1 on iTunes and the one with most views on YouTube.
While our attention was focused on 4TH Impact, Amy Vachal and Cyrus Villanueva, the hip-hop dance crew from GenSan suddenly made a surprise appearance on social media sites when news broke that it was named the Grand Champion of Dance2Dance: The World Streetdance Showcase Competition in Zurich. It was the same dance competition that Philippine Allstars dominated in 2011. To refresh your memory, XB Gensan was the first winner of It’s Showtime “Magpasikat” segment.
Television’s latest love team may not be as popular as AlDub (yet) but it is evident that the onscreen pair is making a name for itself. In fact, since It’s Showtime decided to continue the blossoming romance of Miho and Tommy, which began in the Big Brother house, the show begins to receive positive feedback once again. We hope, with ToMiho, the noontime program would finally pick up itself from the deep ditch it’s currently in.
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She’s just got herself a new career as a deadpan comedienne. Watching her interview with Karen Davila made us laugh, wonder and cringe all at the same time. Also, it reassured us that we made the right decision to stay in school and get properly educated. Otherwise we would have ended up putting ourselves in a situation that will make us look like a big joke. But on a serious note, it’s surprisingly that there are a few people who still defend Alma after the disastrous interview. It goes to show that birds of the same feather (really) flock together.
So what has happened to the KathNiel magic? Are Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla losing their audience appeal? According to the overnight ratings of AGB Nielsen among Mega Manila households Pangako Sa ‘Yo registered 21.9 percent ratings compared to GMA-7‘s new primetime series Little Nanay’s 22.7 percent. Declining viewership is not a good sign especially when the network has just decided to stretch the series’ plot with Pangako Sa ‘Yo Book 2.
She breaks down over irritating paternity issues involving Albie Casiño and her daughter. The problem with Andi’s dilemma, she’s fed the public with conflicting information on the identity of the person who impregnated her a few years back. We wanted to sympathize with her situation but we just don’t understand why she’s maddened by the mess she herself created.