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“MOM GIVES me  lots of insights about the industry.”

SINGER Zia Quizon on what she loves doing in her spare time: “Films! I love watching Pinoy movies because it makes me feel closer to my father (Dolphy) and his side of the family.”

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Zia doesn’t have mom’s range, but has her own voice

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Zia Quizon’s second studio album, “A Little Bit of Lovin,’” starts with a drawn-out passage of trumpet and percussion, setting a sensual mood for the lead-off track, “Under and Over.”

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Zia Quizon, old soul

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Singer Zia Quizon remembers dad Dolphy: “I spent a lot of time with my dad so… I say things like ‘Why do things cost so much nowadays?,’ ‘Noong araw…,’ and ‘Those kids!’ I feel kind of old so I’ve always felt I couldn’t relate to kids my age.” (More on Zia in the July 7 issue of Sunday Inquirer Magazine.)

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Zia Quizon credits dad for her taste in music

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“MOM GIVES me  lots of insights about the industry.”

Born to Comedy King Dolphy and singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla, it was inevitable that Zia Quizon would end up in show biz. After barely two years in the industry, Zia is steadily making waves in the music scene via her fun and breezy first single “Ako na Lang,” which perfectly showcases her distinct vocal tone—a [...]

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Endorser/composer: Zia Quizon

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Zia Quizon, on writing and performing the quite engaging theme song (not just a jingle!) for the Avon product, Sweet Honesty Moments, that she is endorsing: “I’m a fan of romance and all the moments that come with it, so it was a perfect fit for me.”

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Scenes from last Sunday’s Star Awards for Movies

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The red carpet had been rolled out as early as 6 p.m., or even much earlier. Photographers, cameramen and show-biz scribes roamed the lobby of the AFP Theater waiting for the first batch of celebs to grace this year’s 29th Star Awards for Movies, mounted by the Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) last Sunday.

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Celebrity dumps pal for more popular friend

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Industry Insider is aghast at Controversial Celebrity’s behavior.   II doesn’t think CC has real friends. “CC buys buddies with expensive gifts,” II points out.   Then again, CC will not think twice about dumping a pal who’s no longer useful—like Hapless Hanger-on.   CC and HH were once extra chummy. Then CC hooked up [...]

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Time for Zia Quizon’s star to shine

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QUIZON. Has inherited her parents’ best genes.

Xavier Tan, high school student: “I love Zia Quizon. She is beautiful, talented and has the coolest voice I’ve heard, with a style that’s very different from her mom’s. She has inherited her parents’ best genes—which explains her excellence as a performer. I hope producers give her more opportunities to shine, because she deserves to be the next big star!”

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Zsa Zsa Padilla’s surgery successful, says daughter

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The surgical operation to remove a golf-ball sized tumor in the kidney of TV host-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla has been a success, daughter Zia Quizon confirmed via her official Facebook account.

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Shalani: I’m not preggy yet

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Shalani Soledad-Romulo clarified rumors about her pregnancy. “I am not yet preggy,” she said, “though I wish I were. That would be such a blessing. I just gained weight, that’s why some people think I’m infanticipating. If and when that day comes, I want a baby boy for our firstborn.”

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Dolphy’s room

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DOLPHY’S angels (from left): Daughters Nicole and Zia, and Zsa Zsa. photo from www.facebook.com

On father’s day last Sunday, Dolphy’s youngest daughter, singer Zia Quizon, decorated his room in the intensive care unit of the Makati Medical Center with balloons and colorful greeting cards.

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Lea Salonga: What music biz needs

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INTERNATIONAL stage star Lea Salonga says singers should find their own voice. INQUIRER PHOTO

Winners of local singing contests usually come in the mold of Regine Velasquez or Martin Nievera—singers who possess powerful pipes that allow them to take their voices to stratospheric heights. But not everyone can do the birit, Tony award-winning singer-actress Lea Salonga told the Inquirer after shooting the music video for TV5’s coming reality talent [...]

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