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On the road again, with a special assistant

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PINT-SIZED roadie Nic shows off her Rainbow Loom collection

The special roadie is my daughter Nicole. Nic is now officially on summer break, not due back in Manila until June (she’ll be a second grader then). In the meantime, she’s accompanying Mommy on tour with Il Divo in North America, Canada and Mexico. (For the full tour schedule, check ildivo.com/us/events.)

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Showbiz columnist: Kim Chiu, Maja Salvador make peace

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Kim Chiu and Maja Salvador FILE PHOTOS

Has the rift between actresses Kim Chiu and Maja Salvador finally ended?

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Noisy celeb fantasizes over phony prize catch

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JANINE Gutierrez enjoys hanging out with her screen partner.

Noisy Celeb thought latest Potential Sweetheart was a prize catch—good-looking, rich and single. This last one should have raised a red flag. Turns out, PS is unavailable, in the strictest sense of the word. Pursuing a long-term relationship with PS would be ill-advised, a spy insists. The rumor mill says PS prefers lovers of the same gender.

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Starlet ‘manhandled’ by influential lovers

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Alluring Starlet has little luck in love. She was involved with Influential Beau. During their time together, IB subjected AS to embarrassing public displays of affection.

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FPJ classics still a treat

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UYTINGCO. Deserves better roles.

Elena Barrera, housewife: “Each time I watch a Fernando Poe Jr. film on television, it transports me back to the times when actions films lorded it over other genres in local cinema. During FPJ’s prime, the annual film fests were never complete without an entry from ‘Da King.’

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A ‘Perfect 10’ for Sarah Geronimo

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“Have you ever been kissed on the lips?” a veteran writer and talk-show host cheekily asked Sarah Geronimo during a recent roundtable interview.

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More challenging roles for Carla sought

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ABELLANA. Registers beautifully onscreen.

Mae Ann Narvaez, nurse: “Now that ‘My Husband’s Lover’ is about to end, Carla Abellana should be showcased in other challenging roles that will further hone her acting ability. She has talent and good looks, and registers beautifully onscreen. The camera loves her!”

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‘OTJ’ energized by savvy choice of subject

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ERIK Matti (center) directs Gerald Anderson (left) on the set of “On the Job.” reality entertainment

For years now, the Filipino action film, which lorded it over the local entertainment scene decades ago, has been practically extinct. On occasion, some efforts are made to revive it, although without much success.   But, the current film “On the Job” is doing better than expected at the tills, so if it continues to [...]

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When it rains…

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ANDERSON. Topbills “On the Job” and “Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin.”

Quite a number of actors are tweedling their thumbs and tightening their belts these days, but Gerald Anderson sure isn’t one of them. Right after the successful opening of his latest big-screen starrer, “On the Job,” his new teleserye, “Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin,” started telecasting last Monday.

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Piolo and Gerald act against type

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ANDERSON AND TORRE. Determinedly realistic appeal.

Piolo Pascual and Gerald Anderson take a big risk by acting against type in director Erik Matti and screenwriter Michiko Yamamoto’s gritty cops-and-robbers thriller, “On The Job”—which polarized critics when it premiered at this year’s Cannes film festival. Pertinently, the “robbers” we’re referring to don’t just include petty thieves, but also bounty hunters and high-profile “goons” who carry badges and hold fancy titles that render them practically untouchable! Ring a bell?

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Gerald Anderson in a different league of acting

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GERALD Anderson and Joel Torre in “On the Job”

Looking back on his experience working on his latest movie, the crime thriller “On the Job,” Gerald Anderson couldn’t help feeling “blessed and lucky” that he was given a “rare opportunity” to be in the company of Piolo Pascual and Joel Torre—two actors in show biz whom he emulates.

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Career before drenched constituents

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CHARICE and Aiza Seguerra (right) lend their voices to the movement to free the elephant Mali from the Manila Zoo.

At the height of the habagat, while a great portion of Luzon was flooded, Influential Personality was spotted in a plush coffee shop, conducting a meeting with subordinates.

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