Battle of the noisy exes heats up
As expected, the war of words between this estranged couple is getting uglier by the minute.
Former Sweethearts continue to hurl allegations at each other, with friends/enablers taking lead parts in the mud-slinging.
Female half of FS pretends she’s keeping mum, leaving the so-called “pals” to do the dirty work.
Latest scuttlebutt has the male protagonist hooked on a high-rolling lifestyle. He is said to be constantly asking his ex for money, so she has, naturally, grown weary.
Worse, he supposedly gets violent when she refuses to part with cash.
We can see that her buddies are working overtime.
Buy one, take one
The much-ballyhooed transfer of Pretty Starlet to fledgling studio is allegedly a done deal.
PS supposedly rejected home studio’s latest offer to work with Major Star in a high-profile project. Perhaps PS didn’t want to play second fiddle to MS and share the limelight with Struggling Starlet.
Apparently, PS will make the big move with Top Talent. That’s not surprising because they have the same manager.
Scandalous Personality claims it was Noisy Enemy who leaked their altercation to the press. Turns out, it is SP who regularly feeds minions with every minute detail.
SP’s track record speaks for itself. SP once spread the rumor that a worldwide agency was signing her up for a project.
Nothing of the sort happened. There was no way of checking if it was for real or just a figment of SP’s imagination.
Heard on the Radyo Inquirer program “Kliq Showbiz” (dzIQ 990 AM, Monday to Friday, 3 to 5 p.m.):
Retired Celeb is throwing her weight around in a minor municipality—especially since Current Love is still in power.
CL’s Real Housewife is seething and has demanded that RC lay low.
If RC continues usurping her, RH says she will run to the media and unleash a bombshell of atomic proportions.
Rated A for Afraid.
Picked up from the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
Co-workers are annoyed with Fading Performer. Apart from always being late on the set, FP spends an inordinate amount of time in the comfort room.
The purported toilet rituals take hours, effectively delaying the shoot. Everyone is intrigued. Is there more to this than an obsession with cleanliness? Ew.
Top of the Bandera
The top show biz news in the Inquirer tabloid Bandera (and why we are moved, if we are moved).
Regine Velasquez handang mawalan ng boses para muling magka-baby. (But she cried when she did recently, right?)
Hiwalayang Juday-Ryan walang katotohanan, annulment case, kuryente; “Imposible ’yan, grabeng maglambingan ang mag-asawang ’yan ’no!”—Alfie Lorenzo (A “not true” would’ve been enough.)
Luis walang ilusyon na maka-level sa akting si Coco Martin. (Coco can’t be a TV host.)
Derek: Nahihiya akong maging problema ng staff ng TV5. (Sana ’yung iba rin.)
Sa Facebook inilabas ang matinding galit sa anak, sinaktan daw ni Onyok; Osang: “Sinapak niya ako sa mukha! Siko naman ang iginanti ko sa ilong niya.” (Uh.)
Kung alam lang niya na sasapakin at babastusin siya, Osang todo ang pagsisisi, sana raw ay hindi na ipinanganak si Onyok. (Uh-oh.)
Inaming umiyak nang umiyak bago nakipag-live-in kay Derek; Angelica: “Nabaliw ako sa kanya, naging sunud-sunuran sa lahat ng gusto niya. Hindi siya malambing, hindi siya mayakap!” (Oh, no.)
Lovi Poe walang alam sa paglipat niya sa TV5, umiiwas sa isyu. (E ’di ’wag pag-usapan.)
Parang eksena sa MMK ang drama ni Cristine; Ara Mina: “Lumapit siya sa akin, lumuhod at humingi ng tawad.” (Of course she did.)
May gusto lang daw sabihin ang Diyos sa kanya kaya biglang nawala, Sid Lucero: “Inaamin ko, naging pasaway ako, nagkalat pero tao lang ako, nagkakamali.” (God: “Me?”)
Pati si Rachelle Anne Go “ginagamit” sa publicity; pagbebenta ng GMA kay Christian Bautista pilit na pilit, sablay ang boses. (Whoops?)
Hindi pa rin matanggap na hiniwalayan ni Gerald ang kanilang idol; Maja Salvador tinawag na malandi, play girl at Maja-rot ng mga fans ni Sarah. (Dear Sarah fans, tama na!)
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