People…are talking about
Many say that the three-year-old kid that plays the role of Alden Richard’s nephew in “Kalyeserye” is fortunate enough because of AlDub’s massive success. But we would have to dissent, Baeby Baste or Sebastian Benedict in real life is not just ridiculously cute but a natural talent as well. At his very young age, he hams it up on the camera like a pro. That made him the most popular kid on TV today.
If Pangako Sa’Yo is the television drama that deserved a remake, this GMA-7 original fantasy, on the other hand, is the best chance for local TV to rekindle viewers’ interest in fantasy shows. We wouldn’t mind watching Encantadia, which a decade ago introduced us to characters that we still remember up to this day. We bet, the rival station would instantly come up with a program to be pitted against it.
The 19-year-old Fil-Aussie is stepping up his game in the Australian version of The X- Factor. After receiving the longest standing ovation given to a contestant this season, Cyrus has just proven that he’s determined to win public votes by performing another rather difficult song while playing the piano. That paid off since he’s now part of the Top 4 and just like what the judges say, “He’s a force to reckon with.”
People…are not talking about
So, the Kapamilya actor has just revealed which color he’s going to support in the next year’s elections. In a viral video, DJ is seen asking presidential candidate Mar Roxas some questions about the latter’s platform. Instead of earning admiration, DJ earned flak even from his loyal followers. This is a hint that they want DJ out of politics, but then again, they can only do so much when the “mother” of the star interferes.
The celebrity stylist has just a filed an 11-million peso libel and slander suit against gossip blogger Mike Lim (Fashion Pulis). Though we don’t tolerate gossiping and irresponsible blogging, we thought Lim just pointed out Liz Uy’s blunder as a “fashion guru” and a celebrity stylist. And to save her face, she chooses this legal route. You see, this battle is more of calming an offended ego really.
How is the Sunday musical show doing? That’s both a question and a statement of concern. With its 8.8 percent TV ratings on Sunday, while its rival show registered 20 percent, ASAP 20 is definitely in big trouble. The Kapamilya musical show didn’t even enter the Top 10 list of the most watched programs during the weekends. Obviously, the program on the other pond is “mas masaya.”