Her rebranding is what anyone has been talking about for days, earning mixed reactions from fans and onlookers. But besides everyday Filipinos, other members of the entertainment industry reacted, even Liza’s former manager Ogie Diaz. While he’s somewhat disappointed in Liza’s description of her former career and transitions into a more fulfilling one, he still wishes her all the best. At this point, even people are eager to see what hope blooms anew for Liza.
‘Mga Lihim ni Urduja’
Replacing Maria Clara at Ibarra is a feat to follow, but GMA’s newest series, Mga Lihim ni Urduja, is doing well. After all, who doesn’t love seeing strong female leads in the modern and mystical realms? It somehow follows the initial premises of Maria Clara at Ibarra but is more action-packed and pre-dates the Spanish colonial period. It’s a promising show that could gain continuous attention.
…are not talking about
The beauty queen turned actress bared herself during an interview in Fast Talk with Boy Abunda. But while she disclosed her matters of the heart with her ex-boyfriend Neil Salvacion, his sister also shared the other side of the story, accusing Rabiya of a “sin” that demands accountability. She claims that Rabiya accepted her brother’s proposal but “something happened along the way.” Eager Maritesses are awaiting developments and admissions until the truth comes to light.
February has been a rollercoaster ride for the influencer. After expressing her gratitude for returning as a guest on It’s Showtime as a backup dancer and landing a role in Batang Quiapo, she received immense backlash for her lascivious music video. It shows that even though the Philippines has made significant progress in becoming more inclusive to all communities, society remains conservative. As an influencer, Filipinos believe she’s not doing a good job.