GINA Alajar


The buzz is getting louder: Cute Actor is raring to charge out of the closet.

CA could no longer hide his true feelings at one point, but his parents and handlers thumbed down his plan to make a clean breast of it all. His home studio tried to distract CA by showering him with all sorts of projects on the big and small screens.

Still, CA couldn’t keep his hands off his hunky boyfriends. He was caught fooling around with Gorgeous Model in a gym. It was a workout of the third kind. They were caught in a wet lip lock.

Jilted hunk

The current toast of tinseltown, Handsome Hunk, looks like he can have any woman he fancies. Female and gay fans shriek their guts out every time HH appears in mall shows here, there and everywhere. In real life, he doesn’t have much luck in the romance department.


HH had been wooing Lovely Friend for quite a while; they had become super close. HH would often confide in LF whenever he was troubled.  But when HH finally popped the question, LF flatly turned him down, claiming she would rather not risk their friendship.

Maybe LF was just being polite. Or may LF knew HH was involved with Gay Benefactor. Hmmm.

Stingy celeb

Gay Celebrity was excited to judge a male beauty pageant in a faraway town. Just as enthusiastic was Hunky Contestant, who thought he could get ahead in the game, win big and/or at least bring home extra cash by seducing GC.

HC was disappointed twice over. Not only did he lose in the contest; GC gave him only a thousand bucks for his troubles.

Now, hunks avoid GC, who’s been marked “stingy” in the swimsuit-contest circuit.

GINA Alajar

Karmic cut

Remember Veteran Performer who looked down on Show-biz Neophyte? Well, VP recently got a major comeuppance.

Most of VP’s scenes in a huge project landed on the cutting-room floor. It was instant karma for high-flying VP, who tried to bully SN on the set. Perhaps VP will be less pompous next time.


Booked solid

In the middle of an out-of-town shoot, Talented Actor was in a hurry to return home. Budding Staffer, however, couldn’t let go of TA, who still had a few scenes to be shot.

TA insisted on leaving, revealing that he had a “booking” waiting for him in the city. Stunned BS was clueless, so TA had to explain that he had a date with a Rich Gay, who would pay him P3,000 for a night of pleasure.

BS had to shell out the moolah so that TA would stay on the set and reschedule his date with RG.

Talk about doubling your income in a jiffy.

Top of the talk show

SARAH Lahbati

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

Alma Moreno on her backing out as a senatorial candidate: “Sabi nila, tama na, nagwo-worry kami … oo nga manalo ka nga diyan, baldado ka naman… kung mawawalan naman kami ng nanay.” (If only the interview weren’t followed by a promo bit on stem cell treatment.)

Sarah Lahbati, asked if she’s willing to go daring for her show: “I’m very open-minded. I’m willing to do whatever para gumanda ang storya at mabigyan ko ng justice ang role ko.” (Define “daring” and “whatever.”)

Sarah on her recent trip to Bora with Richard Guttierez: “Nag-Bora lang, kami na? I was with my mom, my nephew.  Siya naman, kasama niya brothers niya, marami kami, nag-enjoy kami, nag-unwind.” (Wonder what would happen if we stopped talking about them altogether?)

Pauleen Luna on her new home: “Malapit na malapit na, naglalagay na kami ng furniture, hinayaan ko talagang si mommy ko na mag-design ng bahay.” (Bossing was rumored to have helped an ex build hers.)


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