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Michael Jackson appeared “a little loopy” after visits with his long-time dermatologist and was considering using a teleprompter to help him perform some of his songs during his ill-fated comeback concerts, a choreographer who worked one-on-one with the pop superstar told a jury Tuesday.
Justin Timberlake’s third solo album has not only defied the expectations of most music lovers and music critics alike—it has also become one of the fastest selling albums in the last several years. And we are talking about actual physical hard copies of the album, and not only digital sales.
The recent Manila visit of teenage music sensation Greyson Chance gave his growing fan base in the country a closer look into his persona deeper than it had in his previous stints. Thus, it’s fitting that his multitude of Filipino followers, most of them belonging to the vibrant teenage community, be given the chance to party together and celebrate their individual experiences in personally meeting their idol.
Angela Baraquio Grey is a Filipino-American woman of many passions. Besides being the first and only Asian American to be crowned Miss America, a Television Host, Public Speaker, Educator, and Media Spokesperson, Angela is also a heavy fixture in the political community.
By Pocholo Concepcion
Call it his second wind. Singer Rico J. Puno, once dubbed the Total Entertainer when he dominated the local pop music scene in the mid-70s, has again found fame—for being the namesake of Rico E. Puno, Undersecretary for Peace and Order of the Department of the Interior and Local Government.
By Pocholo Concepcion
Ovation Productions has announced that it will add one more date to the coming Tears for Fears concert in the Philippines due to strong ticket sales. The British pop-rock group will perform on August 10 and 11 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum and August 12 at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino.
Sarah Geronimo in Inside Showbiz mag’s July issue, on her humble beginnings: “I used to look for coins in the corners of our house so I could go to school. I also carried a promissory note often because I hadn’t paid my tuition.”
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
From a sea of pretty faces, one or two quirky wannabes inevitably stand out—the fire dancer who can literally set the stage ablaze, or the 7-year-old singing sensation who unfortunately can’t make it because the qualifying age range is 13 to 21.
By the Entertainment staff
Seasoned Starlet’s popularity has waned. Desperate to revitalize her career, SS invited media friends to a party.
By Michael Lim Ubac
Taking advantage of the break in the impeachment-trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona on Thursday, several members of the defense panel and senator-judges were glued to TV sets, watching the result of the “American Idol” final showdown between Filipino-Mexican Jessica Sanchez and Phillip Phillips.
By Tetch Torres
The people should not only boycott Lady Gaga’s concert but should avoid listening to her music, Lipa, Batangas Archbishop Ramon Arguelles said Monday.
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Just like a multifaceted diamond, Karylle has sparkled all the more after enduring love’s and life’s many battles—which makes her the perfect choice as the first-ever celebrity endorser of the jewelry brand Miladay.