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People …are talking about Alex Gonzaga

…are talking about

Alex Gonzaga

Netizens are feasting on the video clip ripped from ASAP Chillout where the host comedian suddenly pressed her fingers on the top part of Pia Wurtzbach’s left bosom. At onset of the interview, Alex said, “Didib-diban ko ‘to si Pia,” probably amazed on how gifted the former Miss Universe is. 

People had mixed reactions upon seeing what Alex did – some found it funny and amusing and others though it was inappropriate. For sure she was just acting naturally, although national TV wasn’t the proper venue to be that natural and candid. But imagine if Alex and Pia were men and they started fumbling each other. This would cause a serious outrage among netizens and TV viewers. 

…are not talking about

Julie Anne San Jose

She has Platinum and Diamond records under her belt, which make her not just GMA Network’s biggest recording star but one of the biggest music artists of her generation. So it’s quite intriguing when she recently staged a concert at the Music Museum.  Don’t get us wrong, the concert was sold out. 

For someone who had sold more than 200,000 units in the past four years, an incredible feat for any recording stars these days, it’s puzzling why she couldn’t stage a solo concert in big venues like the Big Dome or MoA Arena. Her 10th anniversary concert in 2016 was only held at the Kia Theater. In comparison, newbie singer Moira dela Torre is holding her first solo concert at the same venue for two nights. Both shows are now sold out.

 

Topics: Julie Anne San Jose , Platinum and Diamond records , GMA Network , concert , Music Museum , Alex Gonzaga , ASAP Chillout , Pia Wurtzbach
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