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Sultry starlet spotted with lover abroad

12:30 AM November 25, 2015

Sultry Starlet is certainly going places.

Perky Newcomer spotted SS and Visiting Colleague acting sweet and affectionate in a nearby tourist destination.


There’s a slight hitch, though: SS is supposedly happily married with someone else.

While SS was canoodling with VC abroad, her husband was left by his lonesome in Manila. According to PN, SS and VC savored the high life in a high-rollers’ paradise.



Wild thing

Cantankerous Celebrity acts holier-than-thou in public.

Turns out CC has a deep, dark secret.

Loyal Pal hired Professional Gigolo for CC for one night. CC was feeling blue at the time and needed a little cheering up. PG claimed finicky CC could be quite wild in the boudoir.

PG described CC as “insatiable.” The details were too gory and ghastly, PG recalled.



Messy, messy

Now, everyone in this doomed project is playing the blame game.

Veteran Insider was aghast after Industry Upstart meddled and made a mess of a recent venture.

It was not VI’s first disastrous encounter with IU.

VI moved heaven and earth to convince Sexy Starlet to join a venture. IU and Seasoned Cohort seemed unhappy with the choice and demanded that SS be sacked.

Exasperated, VI threatened to abandon the whole enterprise.

A for attitude

Rampaging Diva turned off not a few colleagues with her devious ways.

After a project went awry, RD was quick to blame other people. After a little snooping, coworkers found out that it was RD who had bungled big time.

Perhaps RD’s plan was to dodge culpability by acting all indignant about the boo-boo.

RD has an attitude, all right, and it’s the wrong kind.

Switching teams

From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:

Luminous Lass was recently spotted in a club, in the sweaty, musky arms of Aging Lothario. According to the rumor mill, LL has turned to the oldest profession since projects have become scarce in show biz.

Thing was, LL was once rumored to be gay.

Perhaps LL is willing to switch teams, if the price is right.

Give LL an A for adaptability.

Top of the talk shows

For those who missed last weekend’s gabfests on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)

Angeline Quinto on being chosen to sing at Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation’s (Apec) closing program: “Hinding-hindi ko makakalimutan ’to. Isang karangalan ’to.” (Theme song niya: “Unforgettable.”)

Bituin Escalante, also an Apec performer, on not being able to meet “Apec Hotties,” Mexican President Enrique Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “Itinadhana talaga na ’di kami magkita at baka malito sila!” (“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered?”)

Nadine Lustre on her and James Reid’s growing fan base: “It’s been a very busy time for us… Mas lumaki na ang family namin.” (“We are Family!”)

Maja Salvador on her first screen kiss, which was with John Lloyd Cruz: “Hindi ko alam kung paano siya hahalikan… Naka-10 takes yata kami.” (Practice makes perfect.)

Regine Velasquez-Alcasid on some people making a fuss about her absence in GMA 7’s Christmas station ID: “Lagi naman akong kasama sa mga ganun, pero unfortunately … busy ako!” (This one has no theme song.)

Rafael Rosell on working with Gabby Concepcion in “Because of You.” “I’m still in shock. Ina-absorb ko pa rin dahil isa siyang living legend.” (Over!)

Katrina Halili on playing a mother of a leukemia-stricken child in the film “Child Haus”: “[Affected ako] lalo na ngayong mommy na ako. Ayoko ngang nakakagat o nadadapa ang anak ko, mag-struggle pa kaya sa sakit?” (File under: Motherhood statements.) TV Patrol, 24 Oras

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