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FANS’ DAY

Glaiza is versatility personified

/ 01:46 AM July 11, 2015
DE CASTRO. Sings as well as she acts.

DE CASTRO. Sings as well as she acts.

COOKIE TIGLAO, televiewer: “I’ve been a fan of Glaiza de Castro since her ‘Stairway to Heaven’ days. Now, I watch her on ‘The Rich Man’s Daughter,’ where she proves her versatility. I’ve also heard her sing—and I was totally blown away!”

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Gary Yulo, businessman: “The Jiro Manio airport incident struck me on several levels: The media should have asked for his permission first before they clicked their cameras and put a microphone in front of him. In addition, it saddens me to realize how wrong detours can damage even the most gifted people.”

Meann Mijares, events planner: “GMA 7’s ‘Alamat’ should be celebrated, because it gives Filipino children a local cartoon series they can patronize and teaches them about our rich history and culture through our timeless myths and legends. It also helps deter ‘colonial mentality.’”

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Stan Perez, student: “I agree with young singer Rhap Salazar’s tweet blasting singers who lip synch their recorded songs on television. Who are they fooling? Most of them can’t even lip-synch well! TV networks should put a stop to this amateurish and insulting practice .”

Luz Dante, housewife: “It’s been a long while since I last saw my favorite actress, Vilma Santos, on the big screen (in ‘Ekstra’). That’s why news about her doing a film with Angel Locsin is most welcome. I hope that, despite her busy schedule as Batangas governor, she’ll still find time to act in movies.”

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