By Nestor U. Torre
The first telecast of the new reality show, “I Do,” last Aug. 30 was particularly interesting and involving, because it fielded a well-chosen and varied group of nine engaged couples. It must have taken the new tilt’s staffers a lot of time and savvy judgment to vet hundreds of loving pairs to come up with these particular teams of contenders for the competition’s substantial prizes.
By Marinel R. Cruz
Actress Judy Ann “Juday” Santos has vowed not to accept any more television projects that would go head-to-head with programs hosted by her husband, Ryan Agoncillo.
By Mary Ann A. Bautista
Judy Ann Santos admits that she still has a lot to learn about marriage, but that doesn’t stop her from giving advice to nine couples in the new reality series, “I Do.” She shares, “Married couples should spend time together like they’re boyfriend and girlfriend again. They shouldn’t think of their responsibilities all the time.”
By the Entertainment staff
Stunning Thespian entrusted her exquisite face to Unscrupulous Aesthetician. The disastrous result almost ruined her career.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Today is a working Father’s Day for actor-TV host Ryan Agoncillo. He will guest in the GMA 7 musical-variety show “Sunday All Stars” to promote his new Kapuso sitcom “Ismol Family.” Several interviews are lined up after that.