Rushes

‘Sick’ star gathers target men in hospital suite

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Controversial Celebrity wanted either love or attention when, not so long ago, she pretended to be gravely ill.

CC connived with friends, who somehow managed to gather in her hospital suite, at the same time, four Hunky Guys she was eyeing at the time.

CC acted as though the visit surprised her. But now everybody knows that nothing happens by accident as far as this woman is concerned.

It took a lot of scheming to realize that CC fantasy, a mole said. “She got away with so many such shenanigans,” the mole said, “that now she cannot distinguish fact from fiction.”

Diva diet

Colleagues complain that Acclaimed Actress’ success has resulted in a case of virtual hydrocephalus.

On the set, AA throws a tantrum when her favorite meals are not on the buffet table. Coworkers notice that AA also makes it a point to look for dishes that are not there—and when the caterers somehow produce those, she turns her back. Power-tripping na!

Bedroom emergency

He’s still at it. Veteran Actor turns to a magic blue pill to enhance his love life.

A panicked VA once called his regular Drug Supplier at an ungodly hour, needing to replenish his stash, pronto.

DS, who was then in church, tried to hold off VA, but the latter was insistent: “I’m seeing a young girl in a while!”

Eeeww.

Health scare

Heard on the Radio Inquirer program “Kliq Showbiz” (dzIQ 990 AM, Monday to Friday, 3 to 5 p.m.):

After a series of tests, Promising Actor learned that he was suffering from a serious illness that affects not a few hot-blooded young men.

Fans pray it’s just a false alarm, because PA is not only talented; he is also among the nicest guys in Show Town.

Change of heart

Picked up from the Inquirer tabloid Bandera.

Wealthy Celebrity is not well-loved by town mates. WC is a snob and can be too haughty and high-flying for the rustic crowd.

Early this year, however, WC had a sudden change of heart,

curiously becoming friendly and accommodating. Turned out, WC had political plans.

Unfortunately, WC’s electoral bid was successful.

Top of the Talk Shows

For those who missed last weekend’s TV gabfests (and why we are moved, if we are moved):

  • James Yap, asked about his Italian girlfriend Michaela: “Ang mahalaga masaya ako. Very supportive siya.” (And we all know how badly you need that.)

  • James’ message for Kris Aquino: “Move on na. Move on… Hindi man kami naging successful mag-partner, sana maging successful kami bilang nanay at tatay.” (Sana marinig.)

  • James on Bimby possibly being a part of an MMFF movie this year: “Sana man lang i-consult, ipaalam… madali akong kausap, eh. Wala namang problema… respeto lang kung maaari. Mahirap naman na kontrahin kasi baka kung ano na naman ang mangyari.” (Honestly, what did you expect?)

  • Heart Evangelista on being independent: “Sometimes it’s hard. But sometimes there are things in life na kailangan mo talagang pagdaanan para matuto ka….Mas nakikilala ko ’yung sarili ko, ’yung hangganan ko…And it’s good because I developed a stronger character.” (Finally, a backbone!)

    HEART Evangelista is sure Senator Chiz will not propose soon.

  • Heart on rumors that Sen. Chiz Escudero will propose to her soon: “Hindi niya gagawin ’yun kasi hindi pa ako ready… he’s allowing me to grow as a woman and experience life being independent!” (Wow. Bow.)

  • Joseph Bitangcol on being spotted sleeping in his car along Marcos Highway: “Galing akong Isabela, eight-hour drive, galing akong shoot ng indie film… Medyo nakainom ako pero konti lang. Sa sobrang pagod ko, nag-park ako para bumili ng tubig. Pero bago ako nakabili, nakatulog na ako.” (Right. Could have been worse.)

  • Esther Lahbati, mom of actress Sarah, on cases filed against her daugther: “Darating siya at haharapin niya lahat.” (We’re waiting.)

  • Dennis Trillo and Tom Rodriguez, asked if they feel “something different” for each together: “Wala, eh!” (E di, wala!)

  • KISSING cousins Isabelle Daza and Georgina Wilson court controversy. INSTAGRAM PHOTO

    Joey de Leon on “My Husband’s Lover”: “May nag-intriga sa kabilang istasyon—bakit daw sila naunahan ng GMA. Ang [sinasabi] nila, eh, ‘Matagal na kaming may ganiyan. Kaya lang ’di nagawang telerserye, ginawa na lang reality!’ Joke lang ’yun! Friends! Sigurado ako pati ’yung mga gan’un du’n nanonood dito.” (A Rushes guest commentator lauds MHL’s creative staff and home network “for their realistic depiction of members of the gay community.”)

  • Carla Abellana, asked if she had been courted by a lesbian: “Marami akong kakilala, pero wala pong nanligaw.” (The same guest commentator notes, “Lesbians will generally court other lesbians.”)

  • Isabelle Daza on posting online a photo of her and Georgina Wilson kissing: “It’s not a big deal for me… I posted the photo to support gay rights.”  (If we take it as a piece of
  • visual art… kudos to photographer Marc Nicdao.)

  • JENNYLYN Mercado is not pressured to give Gov. Vilma Santos a grandchild.

    Jennylyn Mercado, asked if she’s pressured about Vilma Santos expressing her desire to have grandchildren in an interview: “Darating naman ’yung takdang oras, tamang panahon para sa ganiyang bagay.” (Take your time.) )

  • BB Gandanghari on her relationship with Mommy Eva: “Mas okay [ngayon], mas open . Wala na akong sama ng loob.” (If Kuya Robin could do it…)

  • BB GANDANGHARI is ecstatic that Robin Padilla called her “sister.”

    Mommy Eva on Robin Padilla visiting BB Gandanghari, who was recently hospitalized for extreme dehydration: “Pagdating ni Robin…‘O, sister! Kumusta ka na,’ ’yun ang bati niya. Nangiti si BB …Masayang-masaya ako.” (Blood is thicker than intriga. Water pala.)

  • Mommy Eva’s message for BB: “Magpagaling ka, paganda ka, mahal kita.” (Kami rin!)

  • Julia Montes on working with rumored ex-boyfriend Enchong Dee in “Muling Buksan ang Puso”: Nag-workshop kami para mawala ang wall.” (So,  ’di pala rumor ’yun?)

  • Zanjoe Marudo, asked if he’s affected by Bea Alonzo’s past relationship with Gerald Anderson: “Tapos na ’yun, eh.” (Can’t all men be like this one?)

  • John Prats, asked if had forgiven Jason Francisco for physically assaulting him earlier this year: “He’s forgiven, but the fact na nangyari will never be forgotten.”  (Parang may something pa.)

  • Yeng Constantino on having a boyfriend: “Para po akong nasa Cloud 9. Ganu’n pala ma-inlove!” (Enjoy!)

  • Daniel Padilla on rumors that he recently performed in a show drunk: “’Di nga ako lasenggero… parang rock star na rock star naman ako niyan!” (Not all rock stars are drunks.)

  • Karla Estrada on rumors that she’s dating cager Mark Caguioa: “’Di ko pa siya nakikita at all…’di ako nanonood ng basketball talaga.” (Someone introduce them, quick!)

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  • Platypus09

    Can PDI hire “straight columnists” as well? These are gay stuff coming from a gay writer.

    We want to read straight writers’ stuff as well.

    I feel like the straight males are being “discriminated against” now and not well-represented, as far as jobs and opportunities to succeed in this country.

    Gays are flooding in this country beyond belief to the detriment of straight males.

    Outrageous..

    • Miguel37

      Dahan dahan dude. Racial slur yan, you re not living in a jurrasic world. Subukan mo mag comment ng ganyan sa civilised world Ewan ko lang kungdi korte ang bagsak mo!

      • RiverHorse

        racial slur, huh? kelan naging “race” ang pagiging bakla? henyo ka talaga! mag-sama kayo ng mga bakla mo, gay-lover. ahahaha!!!

      • Miguel37

        Racial slur means more than RACE, mag basa muna kayo so you know the wider definition of such term….

      • RiverHorse

        you’re missing the entire point. if that was a racial slur then we, the straight guys, also have the right to kick out gays entering the men’s room. we also have to protect men’s rights.

      • JanofVA

        Nagbasa nga ako and the definition of RACIAL SLUR is…a derogatory or disrespectful nickname for a racial group, used without restraint…..homosexuals are NOT a RACIAL GROUP..they are a group of people with alternative sexual preference which INCLUDES ALL RACES…not a specific RACE…hays…

      • Filpino

        ibig ba sabihin nyan hindi tayo civilised nyan dahil na babadtrip tayo sa mga pinagsusult ng mga bading, ganun ba?

        baka ibig mo sabihin ay hindi tayo baboy tulad ng mga sinasabi mong mga civilsed na tao?

      • JanofVA

        Ha…ha…hindi race yung bakla huy…baka si Vice Ganda kasi mukhang kabayo kasama sa race…pero sexual preference yun…hindi race…ha..ha..

    • archerfan

      hind racist tawag dyan brad. di naman race are badingerz. sexual preference yan. or pag sinasaktan sila hate crime. just respect this persons belief, na ayaw nya sa bading, the same way na gusto nyo respect for liking or being gay. di walang away. i think gusto lang nya sabihin eh naghahari na sa industry ang mga bading. well dati na yan pero ngayon mas out na. yung mga indie films karamihan dyan way lang para sa mga bading na maka hada. sa mga networks, lalo na sa abs, bago ka sumikat dadaan ka muna kila abunda, osorio, ednrinal etc, who are the most powerful gays right now because of their connection with Kris A.

      • Miguel37

        Dude di lang racial means racial na lahi. Read your books, ha ha ha… Di literal ibig sabihin nun.. Hay naku….

  • akoombulator

    not yet ready yung d-cup silicone ganon ba h.e.?

  • Platypus09

    The moderator must be gay to delete my earlier post.

    It was not homophobic but it stated my opinions about the show.

    That was not fair.

    if you don’t practice fairness in here between gays and straight males, then you do not deserve any respect.

    Shame on you..!!

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