Aga won’t let his good reputation go to waste
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Aga Muhlach remains unfazed by detractors who are questioning his having registered as a voter in Camarines Sur.
They insist that he has no ties to the district. “That [talk is] obviously politically motivated,” says Aga. “They have a right to file a case but it’s also my right to register there as a voter. I bought property in Cam Sur in 2011. When Charlene and I are not working, we go home there.”
When the actor announced his bid for a congressional seat in the 4th district of the province, some quarters promptly started Aga-bashing. But he doesn’t let that dampen his enthusiasm. “It’s my turn to give something back to the people who put me where I am now.”
Isn’t he worried that politics might ruin him? He explains: “I worked very hard for 28 years in show biz to build my name. I won’t let it all go to waste now.”
I know that Aga gives himself fully to everything he does. When his heart is in it, the sky’s the limit!
Win some, lose some
Derek Ramsay is open to the idea of working with his ex Angelica Panganiban
and her new inspiration John Lloyd Cruz.
“It would be interesting to do a movie with Angelica now that we’re no longer a couple,” says Derek. “The dynamics will be different.”
Doesn’t he regret that his role in “The Mistress” was given to Lloydie instead? “You win some, you lose some,” Derek quips. “It’s an honor for me that he’s the one who took my place. He gave justice to the role.”
Is he willing to watch the coming movie of JL and Angelica? “Of course,” he says. “I wont miss it.” He is busy shooting “The Secret Affair” with Anne Curtis. He gushes: “It’s steamier
than ‘No Other Woman,’ so the audience had better brace themselves.” Watch and yearn!
Kudos to Quizons
Kudos to the wonderful Quizon clan for uniting the three top networks—ABS-CBN, GMA 7 and TV5—for the tribute concert to Tito Dolphy, “Alay Tawa,” on Wednesday night. It was
heartwarming to see Kapamilya, Kapuso and Kapatid stars perform together. For the love of the King of Comedy, the network war went on cease-fire mode.
“This was what Daddy always wanted,” Vandolph tells us, beaming. “He didn’t like fights. He wanted the industry to be one big happy family.” That’s the true spirit of the great Pidol, all for one, one for all!
LT feels new
Lorna Tolentino is raving about the stem cell treatment she had abroad. “My back pains are gone,” she exclaims. “I feel younger and energized. I’m so blessed because I got my treatment for free.” No wonder she doesn’t look like a grandma at all to her son Rap’s firstborn, Tori. “I feel like I’m back in the ’80s taking care of Rap, cause Tori is his carbon copy. I enjoy being a lola.”
LT is loving La Vida Lola!
Dubbed the grandest tattoo expo in the country—and now in Asia, too—“Dutdutan XII” presents the ultimate skin art show in town on Sept. 28 and 29 at the World Trade Center (gates open at 12 noon).
Presented by Tribal Gear Philippines, the expo features 130 tattoo booths, with participating artists from all over Asia.
Audiences are in for a throbbing show as well, with Sen Dog and Eric Bobo of Cypress Hill, one of the best-known hip hop groups in the West Coast, on Friday night. There will also be Russian pole dancers, FHM magazine’s Pin-Up Babes Bikini Contest, “Drum Duel” for the coveted Drum King Title, performances by Wolfgang, Kamikazee, Franco, Valley of Chrome, General Luna, Urbandub and Imago.
Tickets at P350 for a day pass and P600 for two days are now available at any Tribal Gear boutique.
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