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Anne Curtis ‘shouts at’ Sam Concepcion: You’re not classy!

Anne Curtis and Sam Concepcion. FILE PHOTOS

Apparently, Anne Curtis got into another confrontation after drinking in a party, this time involving her sister’s rumored boyfriend Sam Concepcion, a report said.

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‘Teleserye’ may need to rethink its values

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GANDA. Was his performance better than Joel Torre’s?

Ina Cusi, televiewer: “The scriptwriters of the new teleserye,’ ‘Ikaw Lamang,’ should rethink the values they want to impart to young viewers. Where on earth can you find a child as vindictive and scheming as the one playing the rich son of Tirso Cruz III? And, a love triangle involving kids? Really now.”

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Loud and livid performances compromise ultimate gender-bender flick

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GANDA. Series of mad-hatter schemes.

Aside from Vice Ganda’s “quad” portrayals, what is there to significantly remark about in the gay star’s latest film, “Boy, Girl, Bakla, Tomboy?” First off, the movie is really loud! Many members of the cast mistake volume for energy, and talk like the microphone has yet to be invented and they have to urgently call the attention of somebody who’s two pilapils away—!

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Angel’s love for Luis surprises Vi

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FROM left: Solenn Heussaff, Anne Curtis, IC Mendoza and Vice Ganda

Angel Locsin is very vocal about her present feelings for ex-beau Luis Manzano. She unabashedly admitted on national TV that she still loves him, and wants to be with him. I asked Vilma Santos, Luis’ ever-fab mom, for a comment.

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Enlightened stars set a good example

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MERCADO. Mature handling.

Some stars should be lauded for the instructive and/or inspiring statements they’ve made on TV in recent days, observations that make viewers think and behave in a more enlightened way themselves.

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A really good try

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VICE Ganda’s most successful characterizations are as a man and woman.
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When we first heard last year that Vice Ganda was planning to star in a film that would require him to play a set of quadruplets made up of four genders (boy, girl, gay, tomboy) we thought it was a brilliant but risky move on his part.

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Key MMFF questions posed–and answered

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Every MMFF entry poses a key question in viewers’ minds: For instance, the major consideration in Vice Ganda’s starrer, “Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy,” is how well he’s able to rise up to the huge challenge he’s set for himself to depict all four “genders.” In “Boy Golden,” will director Chito Roño come up with a [...]

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What should stars do for an encore?

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DOMINGO. Needs to make up for lost traction.

As we start a new entertainment year, we wish only the best for stars who, in 2013, enhanced their careers with inspired and savvy moves. What should they do for an encore? Last year, Eugene Domingo distinguished herself by winning thespic honors both here and abroad. But, she concluded the year with yet another “Kimmy [...]

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Happiness is a choice

GANDA. Portrays four different characters—and genders.

We asked the stars: Why should we celebrate Christmas this year after a string of disasters in the country?

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‘Battle’ of plugs for MMFF frontliners

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GANDA. Portrays four different characters—and genders.

As if we weren’t already being besieged by too many commercials, some TV shows are now devoting quite a lot of their airtime to plugging some entries to the year-end Metro Manila Film Festival.

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Vice Ganda on Anne Curtis, Sotto’s drug-test proposal

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“I see nothing wrong with drug testing. We should all aim to be healthy and drug-free,” said comedian-TV host Vice Ganda, in support of Sen. Vicente “Tito” Sotto’s suggestion that ABS-CBN conduct random drug tests for its talents.

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Fed up, powerful celeb trumps glib personality in bitter war

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WILL Anne Curtis’ outburst result in a Senate hearing?

Gregarious Personality went just a wee bit too far. GP had been engaged in a bitter war with Powerful Celebrity. PC got fed up and put the pressure on PC’s Stumped Bosses.

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