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Beauty isn’t skin-deep for Angelica, Assunta and Angeline

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PANGANIBAN. Winkingly wicked pertinence.

This week, the movie to watch is Antoinette Jadaone’s “Beauty in a Bottle,” which strings together the intersecting stories of starlet Estelle Suarez (Angelica Panganiban), hotshot advertising agent Vilma Ledesma (Assunta de Rossi) and realtor Judith Madamba (Angeline Quinto) as they cheekily poke fun at society’s pathological obsession with unattainable standards of beauty.

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Rabid minion crosses the line

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ANGELINE Quinto is “more
serious” with Erik Santos.

Glamorous Beauty’s Rabid Minion definitely crossed the line, spreading the scuttlebutt that the mother of Popular Stunner, GB’ s rival, had worked as a house help.   And what was the matter with that? PS’ supporters demanded. RM claimed that the only reason PS looks as good as she does is that her mom was […]

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The ‘pillars’ purportedly holding up OPM have begun to crack

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I believe that all should have their time to shine. But when those preceding them do not recognize that they must now graciously step aside to give room also for others to take their respective place in the spotlight, they must remember that time has a way of catching up with them. And that time will come whether they want it to or not as this is how the “cycle” has worked in the local music industry since Day One.

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Mixed results for AiAi and Eugene

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DOMINGO. Went dramatic in “Barber’s Tales.”

Anna Bartolome, teacher: “One actress who’s hell-bent on reinventing herself, from comedienne to serious actress, is AiAi de Alas. However, her Cinemalaya starrer, ‘Ronda,’ wasn’t as well received as her comedic starrers. Critics were mixed in their reviews of her dramatic portrayal.

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Welcome exception to the rule

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PARAS. Charming, never obnoxious.

Mon Sonjaco, student: “While most openly gay actors on TV play it loud and overly physical to the point of being obnoxious, Joey Paras is a welcome exception to the rule. He is charming and lovable, even in scenes where he’s supposed to be the ‘villain.’”

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