Bossing-Pauleen like Dolphy-Zsa Zsa, they say


PAULEEN Luna and Vic Sotto instagram photo

Pauleen Luna’s Instagram post of her photo with Vic Sotto piqued my curiosity. It also elicited a lot of comments from Pau’s followers.

Most of them said that Bossing and Pau are like Dolphy and Zsa Zsa. Since their photo is out on a social networking site, it’s for public consumption. So I took the liberty of printing it in this column. Pau placed this caption to go with their pic: “Where good friends dine.”

How good is good, Pau?

No network war

MJ Marfori is from TV5 and Oscar Oida is from GMA 7. But love knows no [network] war, because the two news reporters are out to make headlines together.

“We’ve been dating for two years,” says MJ. “Good thing we cover different beats, so there’s no rivalry. He does crime reports. I do entertainment and lifestyle. Conflict lang sa sked ‘cause we’re both on call always.”

Do they trade newsroom secrets? “Nope,” she quips. “I guess that’s what makes our relationship last because we keep our work out of it. Except when we compare our Christmas bonus, hahaha.”

But for sure MJ and Oscar can still count on each other even when there is no 13th month pay to look forward to.

New ‘baby’


Ogie and Regine Alcasid have a new “baby”—their Ryu Ramen and Curry Japanese Restaurant on Scout Lazcano, Quezon City.

“The ramen is a fave of our customers,” raves Ogie. “My business partners and I are also huge fans of ramen and curry, so we made a career out of it.”

The singer-songwriter, actor, host, and now restaurateur in Ogie have all the right ingredients to keep cooking something new.

Sweet offering

The day after King of Comedy Dolphy was laid to rest, his kids had a get-together at their dad’s fave bakeshop, Hizon’s.

They celebrated the birthday of their brother Edwin. Then they visited their dad’s tomb at Heritage Park and brought him his well-loved Hizon’s pastries. What could be sweeter than love even after death?

Personal is better

If Cristine Reyes is really sincere in her apology to her Ate Ara Mina, she should go see Ara personally so they can settle matters in private. It’s funny how she’s been trying to reach out to Ara via Instagram by posting comments about her Ate’s pictures. It’s obviously just for show. Ahh, Sinister Sister!

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  • JK1000

    Pauleen Luna has no options but to be with womanizer Vic Sotto, her career has nothing at all. It just shows that having pretty face won’t help you to be a star. Pauleen has no shame at all, she always say that she and Pia G. are friends, but true friends don’t do that kind of stuff even if Vic and Pia G. had moved on after their separation. Good for Pia G.  I wonder what happened to EB babes Saida, it was reported that Pauleen has something to with Saida’s exit from Eat Bulaga. The only comparison between Dolphy and Vic Sotto is both dated pretty faces. Dolphy still the King of Comedy. Pauleen Luna is a certified Gold Digger.

    • Nobayan

       Sobra ka naman manlait kay Pauleen, JK. Bakit, di naman mahirap sila Pauleen gaya ng akala mo. At tsaka pag bata ba gold-digger na? E kung na-typan ba eh. Kesa naman kukuha ng batang BF kukulo-kulo naman ang tiyan at ikaw pa gagastos sa date noh? Pwe! Tsaka FYI, marami diyan mas matanda na, pero gold digger din. Ang kapal pa ng mukha. Buntis na nga at may syota ng bago ang syota niya ayaw pang tsumugi sa show. Buti naman at umalis na rin….tagal! Wag na sanang bumalik wish ko lang.

  • kevin

    What a day to start with this kind of garbage news about ‘BOSSING..

  • Paul

    mga imoral ang pamumuhay.

  • Mang Teban

    I believe that media, including journalists who write entertainment columns, has a responsibility to society to uphold moral values though it may report such real “immoral” relationships of celebrities in the entertainment industry as “news”. But, when news of this sort is left hanging for readers to decide how to react, there is great danger that would lead readers to think that it is common and normal in show business, is it not? Hence, it should also write about what society would possibly abhor or would not want to be a model for consuming public, particularly the youth.

    Fans and fan clubs proliferate sometimes with the backing of the celebrity’s manager who provide the funds for them. Somehow, the entertainment industry has “accepted” a certain norm that says something like – “It is none of our business what entertainment celebrities do with their lives.” This is basically the problem when such mental attitude becomes prevalent that makes immoral liaisons as “normal” and the perceived social norm becomes permissive to such relationships which excludes entertainment celebrities from criticism.

    What makes it worse is also the proliferation of reporters who abet and tolerate indiscriminate and reckless affairs so that their reports become ‘hot news’ and receive high readership of their columns. In any language in journalism ethics, it is irresponsible journalism.

    • WeAry_Bat

       Hehehe, sinimulan na ni Mang Teban! 

      Paki-bukol din sa mga abortion ng mga artista over sa career nila, at mga studio din kung mey implicit policy sila na hindi masyadong benefits or perks kung mabuntis ang artista nila.

  • dequis

    parang michael douglas-cathrine zeta jones, parang choi-maricar kasalukyoang buntis 3months 19 si maricar 59 si choi, joseph-mary, ganyan, bosing pausohin ang ganyang relasyon, ang lagay ba sila lang ligaw ligaw sa mga kasing age ni pauline?

  • Topioquin

    aanhin mo ang binata kung ito ay sinungaling, kung mayroong namang matanda na nagpapakatotoo………

  • Rednaxela VD

    Idol talaga si Bossing!

    Sarap ni Pauleen… yummy

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