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Goma’s got game

/ 12:39 AM September 17, 2014
RICHARD Gomez is a self-confessed shopaholic.

RICHARD Gomez is a self-confessed shopaholic.

Richard Gomez lets loose his playful side as host of TV 5’s comedy game show “Quiet Please! Bawal ang Maingay!” (Sundays, 8 p.m.)

It sets itself apart from other game shows with its concept: Contestants must accomplish a series of timed challenges without setting off a giant noise-meter.

Goma made fans swoon in all his teleseryes and movies. This time, Show Town’s original Adonis lets his hair down in the game show. While the contestants try to move as quietly as possible, Goma will be the “Smooth Operator” who calls the shots.

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After all these years, Goma remains hot and cool in equal parts.

What makes “Quiet Please” so much fun?

It is unpredictable and the games are simple and easy. The show makes you realize how much noise household items generate.

How do you and Lucy keep your marriage exciting?

No. 1 is by spending a lot of time together. We travel a lot. We always go out and eat. When you’re always together, you get to talk about things.

What’s the most outrageous thing that Lucy and you have done together?

With Lucy, riding a roller coaster is already exciting. When we travel, we always try out different restaurants.

What’s your guilty pleasure?

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Shopping. I love online shopping. I buy many things on Amazon.com and eBay.

How do you manage to age gracefully?

By doing a lot of physical activities. I go to the gym twice a week. Plus, I try to maintain a positive attitude in life. That’s the key to healthy and happy living.

What are some things that people don’t know about you?

That I am a shopaholic and I enjoy life, which should be easy and fun.

What’s your take on leaked celebrity sex videos?

A lot of people do it but you have to be careful. Don’t leave your phone lying around; don’t give strangers access to your laptop. Better yet, do not shoot any such videos.

What is the naughtiest thing you have ever done?

Malicious thinking.

If your life were turned into a movie, what would the title be?

“Life: As I See It.”

NORA Aunor will reunite with “Thy Womb” director Brillante Ma. Mendoza in a film on Supertyphoon “Yolanda,” to be filmed in Tacloban.

NORA Aunor will reunite with “Thy Womb” director Brillante Ma. Mendoza in a film on Supertyphoon “Yolanda,” to be filmed in Tacloban.

Nora’s next film

Nora Aunor’s indefatigable manager, Boy Palma, told me that the Superstar is about to start shooting “Yolanda” in Tacloban.

The film, based on a true story, will be directed by filmmaker nonpareil Brillante Ma. Mendoza.

“Yolanda” the movie will surely take the world by storm.

RITA Avila has written a book that aims to inspire kids to “earn their wings.”

RITA Avila has written a book that aims to inspire kids to “earn their wings.”

Rita’s new book

Birthday girl Rita Avila is revved up to launch her latest children’s book, “The Invisible Wings.” A book signing will be held Sept. 21, a day after her birth anniversary, 3 to 5 p.m. at the SMX Mall of Asia.

“It’s about my dolls, Mimay, Popoy and Pony, who have speech problems and undergo different trials,” Rita relates. “As siblings, they help each other become angels on earth by doing good deeds for the love of God. The story will inspire kids to earn their ‘wings.’”

Proceeds of the book sale will be donated to various orphanages. (The book is priced at P150.)

Rita’s heart is fully booked with kindness.

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