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PIOLO Pascual

ARA MINA hasn’t heard from sis.

Colorful Actress related to Rushes a shocking online skirmish between two society belles, Controversial Celebrity and Feisty Wife of Influential Personality.

CC and FW had a harsh exchange of words on a social networking site. Allegations of “gate-crashing” and “free-loading” were thrown around.

The reason, according to a mole, is a festering rivalry on the dance floor.

Were CC and FW fighting over a dance instructor?

CA was tickled pink that even so-called social butterflies could turn catty in a ballroom brawl.

Midnight go-see

During an out-of-town audition held long ago, Worldly Aspirant admitted in front of flabbergasted jurors that he used to be a sex worker.

SOLENN Heussaff goes bananas.

Powerful Insider’s curiosity was piqued. After the tryouts, PI approached WA in the men’s room.

Production Staffer later spotted WA emerging from PI’s hotel room. A private go-see?

Overtime work

Major Star’s critics are working overtime. Again.

MS was not a bit surprised that intrigues about certain high-profile projects are cropping up left and right.

MS blames political rivals. “It’s election time, that’s why,” MS said, exasperated. “I won’t even dignify it with a response if these so-called sources don’t identify themselves.”

Let the sideshow begin … hurry, hurry.

Missing star

At a recent splashy event, Popular Star was conspicuously absent.

KATRINA Halili now understands her parents.

PS had a valid excuse for the no-show—a pressing previous engagement on the other side of the globe.

Still, was PS absent also because of a series of unfortunate developments in the company?

Was PS hurting over the bosses’ neglect? Can this still be fixed?

Abangan.

Fooling around

Seems Married Playboy hasn’t learned his lesson.

PIOLO Pascual is waiting for the right time.

Years ago, MP’s Stunning Wife went ballistic over the incorrigible philanderer’s indiscretions.

More recently, on the set of a Huge Project, MP was flirting openly with Young Costar.

Insiders are now getting antsy because SW may just pay a surprise visit!

And it wouldn’t be the first time.

 

Top of the talk shows

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

Katrina Halili on appreciating her parents more, now that she’s a mom: “Alam ko na kung gaano kahirap mag-alaga ng bata. So, alam ko na kung gaano nila ako pinagtiyagaan.” (Very true. )

BB Gandanghari on what’s stopping him from talking to Robin Padilla: “He wants to see Rustom … But Rustom’s not here anymore. That’s my problem.” (If your passport still says Rustom, then you’re Rustom.)

BB pleads: “Ayoko talagang [tawaging Rustom]. I am BB. Call me BB. If you want to talk to me, please refer to me as BB.” (Okay, BB, one word for you: Passport.)

Ara Mina, asked if she has settled her rift with sister Cristine Reyes: “Walang naayos! Ni hindi nga nakaalala mag-text at bumati, eh … kung gusto niya talagang maayos, gagawa siya ng paraan.” (Kung ayaw, ’wag.)

Richard Gutierrez on his butt exposure in his movie “Seduction”: “Until the very last minute, pinag-isipan ko, kasi ’di ko alam kung handa ako sa ganyan.” (We are ready!)

Richard, asked if he’s sad that he celebrated his birthday without girlfriend Sarah Lahbati: “Siyempre malungkot, pero that’s part of life. Siyempre kapag nagtiyaga, pinaghirapan ’yung relationship it pays off kaya konting tiis lang.” (Ah, new romance!)

Solenn Heussaff, asked how she seduces a man: “May conversation tapos may hawak akong saging … joke lang!” (Apple na lang.)

Gloria Romero on her plans to retire at the age of 80: “I’m 79 now, I have another year. Pero kung kaya ko pa, may kukuha pa sa ’kin at makakapag-memorize pa ako ng mga dialogue, I can stay.” (Stay, stay!)

Cristine Reyes on being spotted with ex-boyfriend Dennis Trillo in Cebu: “Nagkataon lang na nandoon siya at nandoon din ako, kasama ng mga kaibigan ko. It doesn’t mean na nagde-date na kami.” (Dude, run.)

Piolo Pascual on rumors that he doesn’t want to be in a relationship anymore: “There are things that will come at the right time.” (Everything comes at the right time.)

Sarah Geronimo, asked if she’s ready to have ex-boyfriend Rayver Cruz and Cristine Reyes as guests on “Sarah G Live”: “Ayoko naman pong biglain ’yung sarili ko. Ayokong pilitin ang mga bagay na di pa buo sa puso ko.” (Sayang ang oras,  girl!)

Angeline Quinto on rumors that she has undergone several cosmetic surgeries: “Wala pa po akong pinaparetoke … pero may balak po ako—’yung ilong ko. Kapag wala po akong make-up, medyo malaki po talaga!” (Honesty! Refreshing!)

Angeline on detractors saying she doesn’t deserve her own TV series: “Hindi naman natin maiiwasan iyan … bawa’t tao sa mundo, may kanya-kanyang komento sa bawat isa.” (Truly.)

Kris Aquino on Twitter bashers saying she’s a bad mom: “In this world, only two people can judge me as a mother. Their names are Joshua Aquino and James ‘Bimby’ Aquino-Yap.” (And why are we giving the Twitter bashers the validation of a response?)

Alfie Lorenzo denies rumors that the marital rift between his ward Sunshine Cruz and Cesar Montano is a publicity stunt for the movie “The Turning Cradle: The Untold Story of Alfredo Lim”: “Hindi nagpapagamit ng ganun [si Sunshine]. ’Pag galit ’yan, naku, dire-diretso ang bunganga niyan.” (But this is not the first time … may be best to ignore it.)

(Startalk, The Buzz)

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