Screen and recording star Nadine Lustre breaks the internet once again with her sizzlingly stunning photos, captured by celebrity lensmen Dookie Ducay and Andrei Suleik, which spread online in time for her birthday.
We can’t blame the internet for not being able to handle Nadine’s hotness. In this series of photos, the now 26-year-old star is seen going topless with her arms covering her upper body, perching on her toes while only in jeans and underwear, and balancing on a chair in swimsuit while baring her toned butt.
“To the woman who continues to break the stereotype of being a Filipina leading woman. To the woman who embraced the skin she is in so every other morena can love her color too. To the woman whose ideals are progressive enough to always put the female on a pedestal,” Ducay said in his caption then ended it with a birthday greeting.
Nadine, celebrated her birthday almost two weeks before she marks her return on television via Your Moment, ABS-CBN’s newest breakthrough talent-reality show mounted in collaboration with Dutch powerhouse creator Fritz Productions.
“The show aims to put a spotlight on Filipino and foreign singing and dancing acts from all ages, crowning two grand champions in each talent category in the finals,” Nadine said during the program’s media launch at the Dolphy Theater.
Nadine is a judge in the show and will be joined by TV personality Luis Manzano and dance icon Vhong Navarro. Other judges are Boy Abunda as hosts and Billy Crawford.
“We will evaluate the acts’ performances using an emotion meter knob that will reflect their scores in real-time,” she explained.
The pioneering show will add color and high-intensity moments to viewers’ weekends with its state-of-the-art revolving immersive set, where the audience and the judges will witness all the electric performances from the dancing to the singing stage, and vice versa.
The acts will be under scrutinizing eyes as the judges bring their own expertise and experiences to the table —Billy as a world-class performer and premier host who burst into the international scene in his early teens, Nadine as a former sing-and-dance girl group member before becoming an award-winning actress and bankable recording artist, and Boy as a respected TV personality, talent manager of some of the country’s showbiz icons, and a credible talent search judge.
Each performance starts in black and white and bursts with lights and color as it progresses, while the judges have to input their scores three times using an emotion meter knob, with 1 as the lowest score and 10 the highest. An emotion meter also appears on-screen reflecting the scores given by the judges every time a performance reaches the three-time markers (20 seconds, 60 seconds, and 90 seconds), which indicate the time the judges can score.
The acts will have to power through four competition levels in order to become one of the grand champions: “Your First Moment,” “Your Moment of Choice,” “Your Moment of Power,” and “Your Grand Moment.”
In the first level called “Your First Moment,” each episode will feature three singing acts and three dancing acts who will be given two minutes each to impress the judges.
In “Your Moment of Choice,” the second level of the competition, highest-ranking acts will get to pick their opponents in an exhilarating three-way showdown.
Meanwhile, in the third level called “Your Moment of Power,” top performers will be given the chance to choose from respected local and international mentors in the entertainment industry. Both the second and third levels will follow the “beat the winner” elimination process.
Finally, in the “Your Grand Moment” level, the top three acts per category will compete in a series of rounds that will determine one grand winner in each category.
Your Moment premieres on Nov. 9. For updates, like www.facebook.com/yourmomentph and follow @yourmomentph on Twitter and Instagram.
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