By Behn Cervantes
I was initially drawn to Dorothy Lamour because of her long, dark hair, great legs and exotic beauty. She was declared Miss New Orleans in 1931 and soon became a singer. In the film capital, she was nicknamed the “Beautiful One,” before people started calling her the “Sarong Girl.”
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Shalani Soledad-Romulo recently celebrated her birthday for the first time as a married woman. Her hubby Roman threw a surprise party for her at home. “It was so sweet and thoughtful of him,” Shalani told us, gushing. “From choosing the caterers to inviting the guests, si Roman lahat ang gumawa.” As for his birthday gift to her, she would rather keep it a secret. But the joy she feels is something she can’t hide.
By Allan Policarpio
Miriam Quiambao threw her head back and laughed cheerfully when asked what her dream role was. Then she quipped, “Sa TV o sa totoong buhay?” The 1999 Miss Universe first runner-up, former TV host and now, actress, couldn’t name a particular character, and said she’d be grateful for any good offers on TV and in [...]