People…are talking about
Teen Vogue singled out James Reid and Nadine Lustre calling the pair “the love team you need to know.” The article furthers that it is imperative to be an all-around performer before someone can be called a certified star in the Philippines. While many raised their eyebrows with JaDine as the only love team mentioned, they couldn’t argue with the fact that James and Nadine are just among those few local celebrities who can really act and excel on the dance floor and concert stage at the same time.
Move over “Queen of Sexy” because the “Sexiest Woman Alive” is here. Esquire has named the reigning Miss Universe the sexiest woman in the land just right after another popular magazine catapulted a young actress into the limelight. With Pia’s accomplishments and untarnished personality, people easily agreed that the Beauty Queen can genuinely represent women of all shapes and sizes and be called sexy and beautiful amid their flaws.
He has been playing his cards right and yet he still doesn’t get all the exposure and support he needs. We have seen his finest hour in an afternoon soap. And people believe that this guy deserves to be in a primetime show and not just in a low-key work. Good thing someone like Regal Entertainment has noticed the young actor’s huge potential. We hope he finally gets to boost his stock.
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The show is supposedly destined for success across the pond. But obviously, the show is failing in many aspects we could think of. You can’t completely blame GMA Network for reviving the fantasy show, but feel free to. They were very ambitious believing they could replicate the success of the original Encantadia relying so much on its popularity and captured audience. Had they just come up with an original series, people would have appreciated their effort.
Pinoy Big Brother
The show has become too expensive to be shut down. You see, they had to fly the housemates and a number of crew to Vietnam just to give the reality show a different twist. But viewers don’t seem to buy PBB’s gimmicks anymore. It has become too passé people would rather turn off their TV sets. Don’t get us wrong, PBB definitely had its time, but we just don’t see it flying high again, anymore.
We’ve noticed of late that a couple of media outfits have been quoting her comments on local movies that hit the commercial screens as if she’s a reliable movie critic. For someone who has her share of mostly terrible movies, we doubt her idea of a good acting and well-made film can be considered legit. Next time, see the movie for yourself and don’t rely on someone who thrives purely on publicity.