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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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European holiday awaits Lovi, Rocco

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Unlike her contemporaries who are currently embroiled in all sorts of skirmishes in cyberspace, GMA 7 actress Lovi Poe keeps mum in the face of controversies.

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Making Pinoy San Pedro relevant

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Rocco Nacino (left) with Johan Santos in  “Pedro Calungsod.”

    Against all odds, the indie film “Pedro Calungsod, Batang Martir” made it to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival. When director Francis O. Villacorta heard that his movie was in the magic circle of eight entries, he was speechless.   “I just prayed and thanked God for the opportunity,” he said.   Now, [...]

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A cool night of jamming

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ROCCO Nacino and Alvin Aragon in “Pedro Calungsod”

What a blast we had at Noel Cabangon’s 50th birthday bash in his resto-bar, Conspiracy (Visayas Ave., Quezon City), on Christmas Day. It was one cool night of jamming.

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MMFF entry chronicles life and sacrifice of St. Pedro Calungsod

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NACINO. Portrays second Filipino saint.

“Pedro Calungsod the Movie,” opening at the MMFF on Dec. 25, is the inspiring true story of the second Filipino saint. He was one of many sacristans chosen by Fr. Diego to assist him in his mission in the Marianas Islands, now Guam. He became the eyes and ears of the half-blind Spanish Jesuit.

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Rocco Nacino thrives in diversity

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NACINO. Portrays St. Pedro Calungsod in upcoming MMFF entry

Rocco Nacino is so busy these days he doesn’t have enough time for himself or his family—but, it’s the kind of “problem” he appreciates: On the big screen, he made life a living hell for Marian Rivera and Richard Gutierrez in “My Lady Boss,” was cast as a missing activist in Cinemalaya 2013’s closing film, [...]

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Hunky star, dangerous lover play with fire

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The whispers are getting louder: Hunky Heartthrob has hooked a new closeted benefactor, High-profile Politico, who’s rich and wields considerable power.

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Summer hunk

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Kapuso hunk Rocco Nacino obviously likes to keep fit and sweat it out this season of the sun.

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Heard: Rocco Nacino on Cynthia Villar’s statement about Filipino nurses

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Rocco Nacino, a registered nurse, on senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar saying Filipino nurses’ work as mere “room nurses” abroad: “If she said that I’m sad that Pinoy nurses were belittled. Nursing students work very hard to finish the course, pass the board, then find a job. If she has apologized, that’s okay; too bad she had to say that, though.” Marinel R. Cruz

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Politics for Rocco stops onscreen

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Actor Rocco Nacino, whose contract with GMA 7 Artist Center prohibits him from endorsing political candidates in the coming elections, believes there are still honest politicians.

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Philandering performer has abandoned his family

LOVI Poe can find inspiration in anything.

Here’s a post-Valentine tale from the Inquirer tabloid Bandera. Insiders were aghast to learn that Senior Performer strayed from the straight and narrow so late in the game. Apparently, SP’s children were grown up when he decided to take up with a younger girl.   In his youth, SP was able to shun groupies. Perhaps [...]

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Rocco Nacino’s date at Don Moen gig

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Spotted at the Don Moen concert Thursday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum was GMA 7 actor Rocco Nacino with mom Linda. Mother and son allowed Inquirer to use this photo.

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