The teen star who rose to fame through the highly-successful Kapamilya series Kadenang Ginto in 2018 turned 18 this year. As she celebrated a new milestone in her life, Francine turned heads with a dreamland-themed birthday party that highlighted her natural beauty and elegance. The dreamy event featured soft textures, flowers, and pastels that will serve as a blueprint for other debutant’s celebrations for years to come.
With the elections approaching, voters are expressing support for their chosen candidate. This time, volleyball player Alyssa Valdez declared her vote for Leni Robredo in the presidential elections. Her fans were happy about her choice, but most importantly, they considered her character background and ability to make sound decisions. For them, Alyssa used her platform as a celebrity appropriately to influence others into making a decision, thus making her the talk of the online community.
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Everyone is tired of Imee’s antics in the media. Despite a photo of her and her brother, presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos, posing in a malicious scenario surfaced and drawing ire from netizens, the senator wasn’t particularly concerned and proceeded to appear in a new piece by Darryl Yap titled The Exorcism of Lenlen Rose. By now, the public isn’t thrilled anymore, and even though she says she’s not involved in negative campaigning, her actions say otherwise—a clear example that not everyone can keep their word.
The It’s Showtime host and dancer is possibly the next target for “canceling.” During a segment for “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” Vhong flashed the peace sign, a universal symbol that the UniTeam party uses in their campaigns. Although Vhong has neither denied nor confirmed the allegations circulating on TikTok, netizens are already judging him based on a hand signal alone. Whether the speculations are true or not, it just shows that the public closely monitors even the minute details among celebrities.