For the First time, Enchong Dee, a Kapamilya actor was allowed to guest on the top-rating and long-running noontime show of GMA Network, ‘Eat Bulaga,’ to promote his movie with Kapuso actress Janine Gutierrez under Regal Entertainment, ‘Elise,’ from the writer and director Joel Ferrer that will hit cinemas nationwide starting February 6, 2019.
Echong was so happy to appear on ‘Eat Bulaga’ and be part of the segment ‘BOOM’ with Janine. He even tweeted on his account to thank the show.
“Maraming salamat sa masayang experience @EatBulaga at salamat sa mga nanuod na dabarkads😊👍🏼👍🏼”
Despite Enchong Dee being allowed to guest on the GMA network noontime show, it was already a no for Janine Gutierrez to guest in “It’s Showtime” of ABS-CBN to promote their upcoming movie.
Both are more comfortable working with each while doing the romantic–comedy ‘Elise’ as they already have experienced doing an indie film entitled ‘Lila’ that was directed by Gino Santos in 2016.
According to Janine, Enchong Dee is one of her closest friends in showbiz and it happened that he is also a close friend of Rayver Cruz, Janine’s rumored boyfriend, a former Kapamilya actor who is now a Kapuso talent.
Janine was askedt if she would be willing to work again with his ex-boyfriend Elmo Magalona who is now on the Kapamilya network. She answered, “not for now.”
“Huwag na lang muna. Marami pa namang iba riyan na hindi ko pa nakakatrabaho,” she answered.
She graduated in Ateneo de Manila taking up European Studies in the year 2011 as her parent’s requirement before she embarks on a showbiz career. And by the following year, she decided to be in showbiz and have more focus in that direction.
“Yun talaga ang gusto ng parents ko na tapusin muna ang pag-aaral bago mag-showbiz na sinunod ko naman.”
Janine has an upcoming TV series on the Kapuso network, a fantasy-drama entitle ‘Dragon Lady’ with Tom Rodriguez, Joyce Ching, and Edgar Allan Guzman to be directed by Paul Sta. Ana.
Kapamilya star and Star Magic artist Enchong Dee admitted that he’s vocal about issues especially those that are timely and important.
This resulted to the hate messages especially from supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte, whom statements he often criticized. He has also been labeled as a “dilawan”, which is a term coined for those who are against the current administration.
Others have then said that he’s just fishing for attention.
But in the press conference of his upcoming movie with Janine Gutierrez, titled Elise, he said that he doesn’t take the comments too seriously.
“This is a democracy. May karapatan tayong sabihin kung ano ang gusto nating sabihin. Pilipino naman ako bago ako artista. Hindi naman porke’t artista kami, wala na kaming karapatang magpahayag ng aming damdamin.
“Hindi naman pakikisawsaw sa isyu iyong makialam ka dahil karapatan at tungkulin mo iyon bilang mamamayan lalo na kung may gusto kang ipaglaban.”
On the other hand, he admitted that he really looks up to his leading lady as she makes work easy.
“She’s a natural actress. Napakagaan niyang katrabaho at wala kaming ilangan. Iyong level ng comfort namin kumpara noong una kaming magsama sa Lila, kakaiba.”
The Valentine movie by Regal Entertainment will be in cinemas starting February 6.
As a mother to the lovely Amarah, Cristine Reyes is now more conscious to the roles she accepts.
In an interview during the BlogCon of OctoArts’ latest horror offering, Spirit of the Glass 2: The Haunted, Cristine bravely answered the issues being thrown at her, whether she will continue portraying sexy roles or not. She sets her own limitations, she said.
Even though, her husband, Ali Khatibi has always been very supportive of her, she has to keep in mind that everything she does will reflect to their daughter.
“Wala naman siyang binabawal,” Cristine answered if Ali is forcing her not to accept daring roles. “Ang sa kanya lang, parang kung gagawa man ako ng isang project, make sure na it’s something that Amarah (their daughter) will be proud of dahil iba na ngayon,” she added.
Is she missing her roles back then?
“Kung noon, kahit ano, kaya kong gawin dahil wala naman akong iniisip na anak at asawa. Pero ngayon, dahil kasal kami, may asawa na ako, may anak ako, siyempre, lahat ng desisyon na gagawin ko ngayon, kailangan ‘yung makakabuti rin para sa kanila,” Cristine answered.
The 28-year-old Kapamilya actress is truly grateful for the blessings being showered on her. With back to back films in a month, she cannot help but be thankful.
Prior to SOTG2, Cristine takes lead on Star Cinema’s Seven Sundays.
Spirit of the Glass 2: The Haunted will hit the theaters nationwide on November 1. Let’s see how Cristine will take us to the fright train with Daniel Matsunaga, Benjamin Alves, Janine Gutierrez, Ahron Villaflor, Ashley Ortega, Enrico Cuenca and introducing Maxine Medina, directed by Joey Reyes.
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Education is the best friend. An educated person is respected everywhere. Education beats the beauty and the youth. -Chanakya
It’s that season of the year where families get together to celebrate the success of one or two of their family members: GRADUATION!
Everybody knows that a diploma is a ticket to a better life, but what if you already have a good life? If you already have the lifestyle of the rich and famous, would you still want to get that ticket?
Our featured celebrities may already be living the good life, but that doesn’t stop them from reaching their goals and get that diploma. Some of our featured celebrities were lucky to graduate in high school, but others are even more impressive that they earned a college degree, some even passed their licensure examination. Some featured celebrities we have featured even graduated with honors. So we searched for some exclusive photos of celebrities during their graduation. Here they are:
High School Graduation, Angelicum College, 2007
Grade School, Assumption College (Georgina has a degree in Commerce from the University of Sydney)
Karylle Tatlonghari, Grade School, OB-Montessori (Karylle has a degree in Management from the Ateneo De Manila University)
High School Diploma, Manresa School Paranaque, 2008
High School Diploma, St. Paul Pasig, 2015
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Simplicity is beauty. And a woman’s true beauty is revealed when her face is bare. In a world where image is everything, people tend to forget that natural beauty is best. With the advanced make-up technology, anyone can look like a celebrity, but do celebrities even look like themselves on TV or print even without make-up on?
In Hollywood, there have been many photos of celebrities showing how un-celebrity they look like when their faces are washed up. Some people even say they look worse than ordinary people, and that they are only products of make-up illusion. But how about our local celebrities?
We have made a compilation of the Philippines’ most beautiful women, collected their photos without make-up on and we’d like you to see for yourself if they are beautiful at their simplest.
Here is our version of the Philippines’ most beautiful celebrities, dolled up and bare-faced:
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