People…are talking about
Disney has a new movie and the teen actress is tasked to sing the theme song for its Philippine release. Earlier this week in Singapore, Disney announced that it has tapped some female singers in Southeast Asia to sing the theme song for Moana, the newest addition to the list of Disney movies about princesses. As the fantasy film hits the local theaters this month, people will also remember Janella for being part of this big screen offering.
Jodi Sta. Maria
She’s made a brave confession that she turned to drugs and alcohol after her five-year marriage with Pampi Lacson collapsed. But for the record, she’s sober now. Since, her failed marriage, Jodi has kept herself busy with work. She even engaged herself in meaningful causes. Who would have thought she was experiencing some sort of “dark days”? We didn’t see her look wasted to begin with.
The Third Party
We are having a dose of gay themed mainstream movies of late, among them is the Star Cinema film starring Angel Locsin, Sam Milby and Zanjoe Marudo. It was received better than the other gay films for earning P10 million on its first day. It breached the 100-peso-mark on its third week making it one of the biggest local films this year.
People…are not talking about
Ghostwriting for a celebrity stands today as a rising industry. Imagine almost every month at least one popular bookstore is cordoned off for the launch of a book purportedly written by a showbiz personality. Meanwhile, Ruffa is at the center of online bashing after the release of her book early this week. The now published author is being questioned for her claim to be an expert in the field of love and relationship when in fact she didn’t have any stable or successful romantic life. Sometimes, trolls do make sense.
Mark Anthony Fernandez
The actor’s wrist is currently wrapped with gauze. Rumor has it that he slashed his wrist after his petition to move to a more spacious provincial jail was denied. As far as we know, his last name is Fernandez and not Estrada or Revilla. In short, he’s neither a VIP nor an influential personality.
He’s one of the most active celebrities on social media. As a result, he’s an easy target of online trolls who spend all their days surfing Facebook, Twitter and Instagram just to irritate people online. Sadly, Luis almost turned himself into one of them as he constantly lashes at them whenever he doesn’t agree with their comments. What do we call again the people who stoop down to the level of their detractors?