By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Ogie and Regine Alcasid took a much-needed family vacation with their adorable baby boy Nate and the entire Alcasid clan in Bali, Indonesia, where they met up with Ogie’s two daughters, Leila and Sarah, their mom Michelle van Eimeren and her hubby Mark Murrow.
By Allan Policarpio
Ogie Alcasid sings, acts, hosts and heads a music organization. But there’s one field that the TV5 talent wouldn’t dare enter: politics.
Says singer Regine Velasquez-Alcasid: “I’m still introduced as Regine Velasquez, so I always remind people to add ‘Alcasid.’ It’s a conscious effort for me… I want to carry my husband Ogie’s name… My husband told me, ‘It’s very nice of you.’” Allan Policarpio
By Rito P. Asilo
The recording industry never runs out of rare treats, fortuitous collaborations and musical surprises: Like 2010’s “Michael,” Michael Jackson’s second posthumous album, “Xscape,” features some previously unreleased tunes that, while rough around the edges, are nonetheless far from disposable and may have, at one point or other, been part of “Off The Wall,” “Bad,” “Dangerous” and “Invincible.”
Fans got really close to their Kapuso favorites during the recent “Araw ng Dabaw” celebrations. Audience members in a show at SM City Davao got to hug the stars, sing and play games with them, even make sticky googoo “eyeballs” with them. (Clockwise from left): Kristoffer Martin, Dingdong Dantes, Rafael Rosell, Ervic Vijandre, Regine Velasquez and “Sing-ala-Regine” winner Aila Santos.