Babies and children may be cute, but there is no rule book stating that you have to conceive a child as soon as you get married.
Here are some married celebrity couples who are yet to be blessed with a baby.
Maricris Garcia and TJ Cruz
Maricris and TJ have been married for almost two years now.
Adrian Alandy and Joselle Fernandez
Adrian married non-showbiz girlfriend Joselle in Fabruary 2017.
Last July, he admitted that he wants to have a baby soon. “Yes, we’re trying to have a baby. Hopefully, if not this year, maybe next year.”
Max Collins and Pancho Magno
Max and Pancho got married on December 11, 2017.
They decided to postpone their baby plans to next year as they are both busy with their respective careers.
Yeng Constantino and Yan Asuncion
The couple got married three years ago.
In a vlog dated June 2018, Yeng admitted that she’s excited to have a baby soon.
Karylle Tatlonghari and Yael Yuzon
The couple has been married for more than three years and they recently expressed their interest in trying to have a baby. “We’re not pressured but we hope to be blessed with a baby soon. Right now, we’re just trying to be in the best of health kasi ‘di ba if you want to have a baby, you need to be so.” Karylle said in one interview.
Karylle’s mother, Zsa Zsa Padilla, also shared that she’s excited to be a grandmother.
Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones
Jericho and Kim got married in 2014.
Kim, however, expressed that having a child isn’t the measure of being a ‘real woman’.
Maricar Reyes and Richard Poon
Maricar admitted last February that she feels pressured to get pregnant.
“I really love na hindi namin pini-pressure ang isa’t isa. Parang may peace kami ngayon na if it comes, it comes. If it doesn’t, we will wait. Kasi mayroon, it’s going to come, we’re just waiting.”
Vaness del Moral and Matt Kier
Vaness and Matt have only been married for a few months but they previously stated that they have no baby plans yet.
Maxene Magalona and Rob Mananquil
It has been almost a year of marriage for Maxene and Rob.
A few months ago, Maxene shared that they have no plans on having kids yet as they still have many goals they want to achieve. “Wala pa sa plans namin [ang magkaroon ng baby]. Maybe in a couple of years. But right now, ang dami pa naming gustong matupad na pangarap.”
Aiai Delas Alas and Gerald Sibayan
Aiai shared before that she wants to have a baby with husband Gerald.
In a previous Instagram comment, she admitted that she’s really praying for it to happen.
Coleen Garcia and Billy Crawford
Coleen admitted she and husband Billy have never really talked about when they plan to have babies.
“When it comes to babies kasi, yung marriage napa-plano niyo eh pero yung baby it’s really from God. So I’ll accept whatever God gives me, whatever time that may be. Kasi siya lang naman nakakaalam kung kailan yung perfect time and I’ve learned also from all the parents that I know na biglang naging parents.” she said.
Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff
After getting married last year, Anne shared that they’re planning to enjoy their marriage first before having children.
“Oh my gosh! We JUST got married! We will enjoy this first before taking that next BIG step! Not yet.”
Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico
Solenn have told members of the press that they have been planning a family for two years
They have been putting off having a baby as they are building a house this year.
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American musician, pianist, composer, and arranger Scott Bradlee of Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) posted his displeasure at Zsa Zsa Padilla’s rip off of his musical arrangement of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space.” Bradlee shared Padilla’s video with the caption, “This week in ‘who’s ripping off my arrangements and passing their off as their own'” #PMJdiditfirst”.
Watch Zsa-Zsa’s performance below:
Padilla performed the number on the Sunday noontime variety show ASAP 20 as part of her birthday production number. Minutes after the video was uploaded on Padilla’s Facebook page, a number of Postmodern Jukebox fans from all over the world posted their dismay. Several fans also used the hashtag #PMJdiditfirst.
Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” was previously performed with the same musical arrangement ala vintage cabaret style by Postmodern Jukebox featuring Ariana Savalas last December 2014.
Here’s Ariana Savalas’ ‘Blank Space’ performance:
Postmodern Jukebox is most popular for their recreations of pop music into vintage and jazz style performances. Their short and simple description on their Facebook page, “We take pop music back in time.” says it all. Such pop-turned-vintage-type songs they’ve made include Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance,” Aqua’s “Barbie Girl,” and The Cardigans’ “Lovefool.”
Padilla’s recreation of PMJ’s number is only one of the very many showcased in the Sunday variety show. It is, however, uncommon that the performance gets traced back to the original artist. In this case, Bradlee spoke up (and quite immediately, in fact) about the issue. The big question now is what will Padilla and her home network ABS-CBN do about it.
Forget about “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” The arrangement may be in violation of copyright laws. As per the Copyright Law of the United States, a set of exclusive rights is awarded to authors and artists to encourage the creation of art and culture. “Copyright law grants authors and artists the exclusive right to make and sell copies of their works, the right to create derivative works, and the right to perform or display their works publicly.” But as Bradlee had used the term “rip off,” it is clear that no one had asked permission to recreate his original arrangement at all.
Banner photos from Scott Bradlee’s and Zsa Zsa Padilla’s Facebook pages.
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:
TAGS: Andi Eigenmann, Angel Locsin, Anne and Jasmine Curtis, Ariella Arida, Bea Alonzo, Bianca Umali, celebrities without make-up, Dawn Zulueta, iya villiania, Janine Gutierrez, Janine Tugonon, Judy Anne Santos, Kim Chiu, Kris Bernal, liza soberano, Lovi Poe, maine mendoza, Marian Rivera, MJ Lastimosa, Most beautiful Philippine celebrities, Philippine celebrities without make up, Sarah Geronimo, Shamcey Supsup, Solenn Heusaff, Toni Gonzaga, Venus Raj, Vice Ganda, Zsa-zsa Padilla