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Titillating star treats guests shabbily

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Titillating star treats guests shabbily

/ 12:10 AM September 24, 2017

Turns out sweet and amiable Titillating Star is a rude host. TS invited colleagues to the family’s swanky, new digs for a meet and greet.

The guests felt honored by the invitation. After all, it’s not every day that TS would open up the clan’s palatial home to guests.

On the day of the splashy event, the invitees were brimming with anticipation. But, their excitement was swiftly extinguished by the shabby treatment they had received from TS’ staff.

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The clueless employee escorted the shocked coworkers to the dirty kitchen, where they languished throughout the visit!

It was as if the rest of the manse was strictly off-limits to the visitors.

Wasting away

Friends have expressed concern over the state of Famous Star’s well-being.

FS has been dropping the lbs. of late.

Poor FS is slowly wasting away and is now a shell of old self.

Is it because of FS’ supposed nasty habits? Or is it because of recent career setbacks that continue to hound FS? Worse, FS is not getting any support from the Big Bosses.

Adding insult to injury, the BBs quickly found a replacement for FS, who was obviously slighted by the quick turn of events.

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Perfect match

Those in the know insist that Popular Celebrity has found a worthy opponent in Aggressive Personality.

PC doesn’t think twice about tormenting meek newcomers. PC seems to think that taunting newbies is a birthright.

Unfortunately, AP is no shrinking violet. AP isn’t easily cowed by PC’s intimidation tactics.

Whenever PC spews venom, AP amps up the volume, too. AP would shamelessly flirt with PC’s Dazzling Lovey all the more. AP knows that such impertinence would make PC’s blood boil.

Mission accomplished!

Friendly war

Speaking of a match made in hell, Assertive Insider used to be extra chummy with equally Vituperative Frenemy.

For some reason, AI and VF had a nasty falling out. Peers can only blame VF. Well, VF can’t help it. VF would put everyone down—including AI—in order to prop up Beloved Kin.

VF will not think twice about badmouthing AI, in order to secure BK’s position in the biz. To be fair, AI is also not the type who would take things sitting down.

Brace yourself for a battle royale!

Amnesia kid

From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:

Seems fame and fortune have gone to Successful Entertainer’s head.

SE is determined to forget those bad, old days as a struggling wannabe. Sadly, SE also refuses to remember the names of the people who were helpful in the past.

SE ignores the calls of former colleagues. SE hides from longtime friends. SE suspects that they are only going to ask for a loan or a job.

Alas, SE shamelessly shuns close associates who have remained loyal all these years.

TOP OF THE TABLOIDS

This week’s top show biz news in the Inquirer tabloid Bandera (and why we are moved, if we are moved):

Richard Gomez (left) and Lucy Torres

Richard Gomez bagong “Patola King” napikon sa bashers ni Lucy Torres: “Arogante at hambog talaga ako, sipain kaya kita! Ungas!” (Language, please!)

Solenn Heussaff, Andrea Torres pampagising ng mga lalake’t tibo sa “Alyas Robin Hood 2.” (How about the girls and the gays?)

Press people napamura sa acting ni Joshua Garcia sa “The Good Son.” (Is that good or bad?)

John Lloyd Cruz super tigas ng ulo, ayaw layuan si Ellen Adarna! (Uh-oh.)

Isabelle Daza

Isabelle Daza buntis na; Richard Gutierrez at Sarah Lahbati may second baby na. (Baby boom in Tinseltown.)

Yassi Pressman selos na selos daw sa love team nila Coco (Martin) at Yam (Concepcion). (Silence of the Lambs.)

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TAGS: Aggressive Personality, Famous Star, Popular Celebrity, Titillating Star
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