Dolly Wood

15 choice celeb quotes in 2015

/ 10:34 PM January 10, 2016

BEFORE the show biz circus goes into full swing this 2016, I would like to look back at 2015 by sharing with you 15 choice celebsí quotes I gathered in Show Town last year.
Thanks beyond words to all the stars who trusted me with their stories. And infinite thanks to my loyal readers for the vote of confidence. No matter how cruel the biz gets, you make it all worthwhile.

Letís go for the win this 2016!


John Lloyd Cruz: I experienced many trials in the past three years. I had to learn how not to hate show biz. I began questioning the industry and the process of the people in it. When it hurts, it hurts! I realized that I have to protect my art and my core to achieve what I want artistically.
Jennylyn Mercado: My dream husband would be someone who would make me feel good enough just the way I am. I will be the kind of wife who will be a good equal to my partner.

Jericho Rosales: I ignore bashers. I want social media to be a positive force. We shouldnít get our validation from strangers!


Iza Calzado: Always cater to your manís needs. Be strong, but not to the point of crushing his ego. Be fun in every way
óespecially in the bedroom. If your man still cheats despite all your efforts, go find someone better!

Tom Rodriguez: The best love advice that I follow is the onion-layer approach. At the core of the onion are the two people in the relationship. All problems must be…resolved within this layer. You only move to a subsequent layer when the core is insufficient. Those other layers could be family, friends, professional help, etc.

Nora Aunor: Life is too short, so we should live it up and make sure that we make our loved ones feel how much we love them every single day.

Ricky Davao: There are actors who shine in some movies, yet fail in others. Not all actors can tackle every role given to them. There are actors suited for specific characters. Actors must know their forte.

Nadine Lustre: As much as possible, I donít want to plan my future. I want everything to be spontaneous.

Dingdong Dantes: What excites me most about fatherhood is that I will be able to share lifelong lessons with someone who will grow up in my careÖI am excited about how our baby Zia will adapt and survive with the values that Marian (Rivera) and I will inculcate in her.

Rhian Ramos: At the risk of sounding unromantic, I think love is not enough to make a relationship work. There was a time I was so in loveóin a young, stupid and blind way
óthat I could be guilt-tripped into doing anything at the expense of my momís rules, which I later learned was a really unhealthy way to be in a relationshipó[because] moms have reasons for rules!


Jose Mari Chan: Western music today is sadly devoid of melody. I believe this is where we can come in. This is the strength of Filipino songwriters. We have a gift for melody. Wouldnít it be great if our composers banded together in a music revolution and produce our own distinctive sound?

Alice Dixson: I donít miss anything about being married, because I have always been an independent woman . However, I still dream of having a lifetime partner. When I got married, I had a lot of dreams but it didnít work out that way. I became cynical. To be fair, my marriage never limited me in developing myself or my career. I am beginning to learn how to move on.

Derek Ramsay: Pain has taught me to know what true love is. When a woman I love breaks up with me, I handle it by telling myself that she will be happier without me. I believe ex-lovers can be friends. Even if it didnít work out, something brought the two of you together. You just have to see the good in the relationship you hadó
and use that to carry on to a new friendship!

Lovi Poe: If my dad (Fernando Poe Jr.) were still alive, I would ask him how he survived in spite of the vulturesÖand whether to follow my heart or my brain!

Willie Revillame: If a show is truly excellent, it doesnít matter what channel it is on. If it stands out, it will rate, regardless of the network that airs it!

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