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Dina wishes Vic happiness

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“EAT BULAGA” cohosts Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna have been dating for two years.

“As Vic’s girlfriend, she has a lot to put up with. Considering that she’s still in Vic’s life, it’s not right for people to say that she’s not committed, or that she’s just after Vic’s money.” Trust actress Dina Bonnevie to come up with such quotable quotes about the controversial relationship between her ex-husband Vic Sotto and [...]

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When push comes to shove, sweet starlet turns sour

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VIC SOTTO and Pauleen Luna: He vows to not keep their wedding plans from the media. PHOTOS BY ARNOLD ALMACEN

Sweet Starlet is not as delicate or as dainty as her screen characters paint her. When push comes to shove, she can be quite feisty.

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Pauleen Luna likes being dolled up every day

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“TV STARS should know how to apply their own makeup,” says Pauleen.

Says Pauleen Luna, a regular host of the long-running noontime variety show “Eat Bulaga!” on GMA 7: “How you see me on television is really how I am in real life.”

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Love merry-go-round makes confused young stars dizzier

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“ALESSANDRA,” one of Heart Evangelista’s paintings, depicts colorful mermaids. FACEBOOK PHOTO

The romantic lives of the stars in top studio are messed up because of a little white lie. Hunky Cutie broke up with Pretty Starlet months ago, but they kept it under wraps. Problem is, PS fell for Gorgeous Costar, who is not exactly single. GC’s relationship with Beautiful Star was on the rocks, too, but they were acting like all was well.

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Pauleen Luna recalls kiddie-search past

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Early this year, when we were asked by Skilty Labastilla of Pinoy Rebyu—a blog that aggregates reviews of local films—what our favorite films and performances were last year, we had a hard time winnowing down our hefty list of exceptional cinematic achievers. Our top five films included Carlo Obispo’s “Purok 7,” Chito Roño’s “Badil,” Jeffrey Jeturian’s “Ekstra,” Eduardo Roy Jr.’s “Quick Change” and Alvin Yapan’s “Mga Anino ng Kahapon.”

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