By Rito P. Asilo
Earlier this year, the West End musical we couldn’t wait to see was playwright Alexander Dinelaris’ surprisingly well-received adaptation of “The Bodyguard” at the 1,500-seat Adelphi Theater on The Strand, starring pop singer Beverley Knight and Tristan Gemmill as superstar Rachel Marron and Secret Service agent Frank Farmer, respectively—and it didn’t disappoint!
By Nestor U. Torre
After our article on female stars who’ve stripped for the movie camera came out recently, some readers complained that our list was too limited and even “sexist,” because we focused on actresses and didn’t detail instances of male stars’ daring scenes.
By Cecile Caguingin Ochoa
Loyal fans and friends of LA-raised child singing sensation Josephine Roberto “Banig” got what they had missed most when she treated them to trademark suave moves, vitality and sensuality – plus new compositions — at her comeback performance July 19 at the world-famous Grammy Museum at LA Live.
By Rito P. Asilo
Whitney Houston may have sung a more popular version of “The Greatest Love of All”—but, the vocal pipes of that show-stopping ballad’s original interpreter are nothing to scoff at, either: George Benson—who popularized the hit singles, “Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For you,” “Give Me The Night” and “In Your Eyes”—first sang the song for the soundtrack of “The Greatest,” Muhammad Ali’s 1977 biopic.
On the eve of the first anniversary of Whitney Houston’s passing, GMA News TV airs “Always …Whitney Houston,” a documentary that takes viewers through the journey of her career and how it began like a magical dream.