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From prison to the peak of success

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0424BASILYO--

If you take the jeepney daily, there’s a good chance you’ve heard Bassilyo’s hit, “Lord, Patawad.”

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Sarah Lahbati can breathe easy again

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SARAH Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez

Last year was a turbulent time for Sarah Lahbati, who was embroiled in a legal tussle with GMA 7 executive Annette Gozon-Abrogar.

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Derek more private with new girlfriend

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DEREK Ramsay needs to sort out legal hitches before he can think of tying the knot again.

Seven months after his short-lived romance with Cristine Reyes, actor Derek Ramsay is seeing someone new.

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Gary Valenciano just keeps moving

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PROUD dad shares stage with daughter Kiana. Photos by Alexis Corpuz

Marking his 30th year as an entertainer, Gary Valenciano took his fans back in time via “Arise 3.0,” a concert that celebrated his music.

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Beware: She’s eyeing musicals

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Anne Curtis says she’s  always loved singing, but is now aware that singing doesn’t love her back.

From alleged drunken bar outings to a nasty mishap with a box jellyfish that landed her in the hospital—Anne Curtis’ recent ordeals have been fodder for show biz websites and publications.

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Moving forward against all odds

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JTC (from left): Brian Lotho, Congie Lulu, Biboy Renia, Migs Mendoza

After five years of toiling under the radar, pop-rock band Join the Club launched its sophomore album, “Gera ng Balarila,” performing to a packed crowd at the ’70s Bistro late last year.

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Kris on ‘KrisTek’: A joint project

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KRIS Aquino wants to keep mum about Herbert Bautista who guested on her show. www.abs-cbnnews.com

Over the past two weeks, netizens have become unwitting (unwilling?) spectators to the guessing game pertaining to the identity of Kris Aquino’s new suitor.

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Slap, shock, off they go to conquer the world

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SLAPSHOCK members (from left) Lee Nadela, Chi Evora, Jamir Garcia, Lean Ansing and Jerry Basco. PHOTO COURTESY OF DICKIES

Rap-metal band Slapshock has been producing its own albums for the past 10 years or so, said frontman Jamir Garcia. As such, he added, the group controlled practically every aspect of the creative process—from songwriting down to the mixing.

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Richard Gomez on Sharon Cuneta: About time we worked again

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RICHARD Gomez and Sharon Cuneta are reunited on TV.

Richard Gomez said it was about time he and former reel, and real-life, sweetheart Sharon Cuneta worked together again. They last teamed up in the 2003 romantic drama “Walang Kapalit” and recently started taping for a TV5 comedy series, “My Pirated Family.”

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Alice Dixson says splitup left her depressed

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Alice Dixson

Actress Alice Dixson admitted that she fell into depression soon after breaking up with her husband of 13 years, businessman Ronnie Miranda, whom she married in Canada. The TV5 talent rued that she lost not just a partner, but also a friend.   “I had never been with anyone that long. Maybe in the future [...]

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Brutal training primed ‘Beki’ lead star

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Alwyn Uytingco lost a few pounds preparing for the series

Alwyn Uytingco is no stranger to gay roles, having tackled one in the popular “Ang Tanging Ina” film franchise. But the threat of being typecast worried him, the actor confessed, so he thought twice about accepting TV5’s offer to star in the drama-comedy series, “Beki Boxer.”

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TV gig helps Itchyworms

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FROM left: Jazz Nicolas, Chino Singson, Jugs Jugueta and Kelvin Yu

Some people see Jugs Jugueta’s hosting stint in the noontime variety program “It’s Showtime” as a distraction from his duties with the band Itchyworms. The guitarist-vocalist begs to disagree. Being part of the show, he believes, has done the pop-rock group a lot of good.

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