This mom not a good role model
Who knew Gorgeous Starlet’s Feisty Mom had the makings of an actress?
FM accompanied GS on a provincial sortie. At the airport on their way back to Manila, FM had to answer the call of nature.
Since boarding time was minutes away, FM had to rush. She was dismayed to find a long queue at the ladies’ room.
Quick-thinking FM pretended to be disabled so she could use the cubicle for the handicapped.
File under BE: Bad Example.
Whiff of infamy
Heard on the Radyo Inquirer show “Kliq Showbiz” (dzIQ 990 AM, Monday to Friday, 3-5 p.m.): Former Matinee Idol had a smelly problem.
MI fell in love with screen partner, Cute Girlfriend who was similarly smitten.
Romance quickly turned to animosity, however. CG broke up with MI because she couldn’t stand his body odor.
MI’s other girlfriends couldn’t bear the stench, either. Only one Brave Woman prevailed.
Now happily married, MI must thank his lucky stars that BW seems to have a chronic case of sinusitis.
Remember Scandalous Starlet, who got a hefty talent fee for baring all in a TV show?
Well, she milked her 15 minutes of notoriety and ended up wangling a meaty role in a prestigious production. We hear the role is that of a woman of ill repute.
Someone close to an enemy of SS quipped: “Why are girls like SS rewarded for their misdeeds when they should be chased out of town?” Ouch.
Addicted to love
Picked up from the Inquirer tabloid Bandera: Pretty Starlet is addicted to boys.
According to a mole, PS found the perfect partner in Hot Hunk, who’s similarly hooked.
The new playmates have been spending an inordinate amount of time in the boudoir, defying friends and fans who are against their affair. PS didn’t even think twice about turning her back on Close Buddy, to be with HH.
PS and HH are having too much fun to bother with bashers.
Rich Celebrity should take a good look at a family photo and realize that it’s time to quit cosmetic surgery.
RC now looks younger than her grown children who have obviously shunned the knife and opted to age gracefully.
Film and pain
Seoul, South Korea—Leonardo DiCaprio says filming violent scenes like those in “Django Unchained” doesn’t deter him from wanting his movies to be great art.
The bloody revenge film about slavery before the US Civil War—where DiCaprio plays a ruthless plantation owner—has fueled some of the debate about whether Hollywood shows too much on-screen violence.
He told reporters here on Thursday: “My philosophy has kind of always been the same: Pain is temporary, film is forever.” If he gives his films all the focus he can and the elements come together correctly, he said, “You come out with a great piece of art.”
It is the actor’s first visit to South Korea. The movie opens here on March 21. AP
Halle Berry’s wish
Los Angeles—Halle Berry says all she wants for her daughter is a normal life.
The Oscar-winning actress had hoped to move to France with 4-year-old Nahla and Berry’s fiancé, Oliver Martinez. But a judge in her custody dispute with Nahla’s father, Gabriel Aubry, prevented that last year.
Berry says she’s now trying to figure out how to make life “more normal” for Nahla in the LA area, where they live. Berry describes herself as “resilient” and says she’ll figure it out.
Aubry and Berry settled their bitter custody battle last November, soon after Aubry and Martinez got into a fight that left Aubry with a battered face and Martinez with a hand injury. Aubry was arrested but not prosecuted.
Berry stars in the coming thriller “The Call.” AP
Top of Bandera
The top show biz news in the Inquirer tabloid Bandera (why we are moved if we are moved.)
Andi Eigenmann habol nang habol kay Jake Ejercito. (’Di naman kaya nagpapahabol?)
Ethel Booba sobrang hambog, dapat lang tanggalin sa “Wowowillie”! (Leave that to the producer/host/creative director.)
Pareho lang naman sila ng pag-uugali…mayabang si Ethel Booba ang malaking karma ni Willie, nakahanap daw ng katapat. (Quiet lang kami. Afraid.)
Reklamo ng ilang Noranians: Paanong tinalo ni Marian Rivera si Ate Guy sa pagka-Best Actress? (Quiet din kami diyan. Mas afraid.)
“Baliw lang ang magsasabing pabayang ina si Kris!” (Don’t look at us.)
Sigaw ng fans ni Anne na galit na galit sa MTRCB: “Mga ipokrita! Kunyari nandidiri… mga plastik kayo!” (As in, gender-specific?)
Melai binalikan si Jason, binasted ang Australian suitor. (Alam ni Jason?)
Zsa Zsa kinakausap pa rin si Dolphy. (Sumasagot kaya si Pidol?)
May babaeng gustong umagaw kay Aljur; Kylie Padilla: “Girl, ang lalakeng nagugustuhan mo ay sa akin!” (’Yan ang tunay na babae?)
Mga pakilig sa pelikula nila ni Sarah at ni Kim gagawin kay Maja; Gerald: “Natagpuan ko na ang babaeng gusto ko! At masaya ako sa kanya!”
Daniel: “Wala nang pwedeng pumapel kay Kathryn!” (And this boy is what, 30?)
Madilim ang mundo ni Ai-Ai kapag walang boyfriend. (Mga taga-Meralco ba ang type niya?)
Hindi lang mga bagets at matrona ang lumalandi sa kanya; Sir Chief: May lumapit na gay, sabi niya anakan ko raw siya! Natawa lang ako! (Scary.)
Babaeng fan na nagnakaw ng halik kay Daniel binalahura sa Twitter. (E ’di…isoli!)
Sa kumukuwestiyon sa Best Actress award ng GF: “Pinaghirapan po ni Marian ang ‘Amaya,’ sobra-sobra!” —Dingdong (What did we expect him to say naman?)
Sey mo Pauleen…Vic “makakatikim” ng Koreana. Is Jinri Park Bossing’s new target? (Parang kimchi?)
Ngayong hindi na nakikialam si mommy; Heart handa nang maghubad at magpasilip, ’di na mapipigil ni Chiz. (Nakup.)
Mario Maurer nalungkot nang hindi na-solo si Kakai. (Totoo ba ito?)
Oyo ayaw payagan si Tintin na gumanap na nanay sa teleserye. (Ask her.)
Coco tinakasan ang sandamakmak na bodyguard at tanod sa Quiapo. (Immersion?)
Wish ni Angeline, sana totoo na ang panliligaw ni Sam sa kanya. (Nakukuha ba ’yan sa wish?)
Rocco Nacino: Wala akong planong sumabak sa politika, hindi ko kaya! (Good call.)
Dahil kay Daboy… Lorna laging bigay-todo sa pag-iyak. (How sad.)
DJ Mo… (Never mind this.)
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