Glamorous stunner learns hubby’s infidelity is genetic
Glamorous Stunner got depressed after discovering Influential Spouse’s extramarital affairs.
GS soon learned that infidelity runs in the family.
GS realized that IS’ Playboy Relative likewise cheated on his partner, Legendary Beauty.
Worse, PR, IS and their entire clan tend to look down on GS and LB, whose families are not as affluent as theirs.
Conspiracy theorists are having a field day.
They suspect that Lovely Lass’ recent string of successes was concocted by Home Studio.
In cahoots with powerful partners, HS managed to manufacture instant celebrity for LL.
Luckily, LL has the right stuff—unlike her contemporaries who do not deserve their 15 minutes of fame.
LL is now being touted as a worthy rival to Popular Celebrity who has single-handedly erased HS’ stable of luminaries from the public arena.
Reliable Source insists that Seasoned Nymphet, in her younger years, was hooked on sins of the flesh.
SN’s addiction was so severe that a Former Boss had to intervene and had her committed to a secluded rest house.
Intrepid SN, however, escaped from the rehab center by smashing a cement wall.
SN was later spotted cavorting with notorious womanizers who treated her shabbily.
Show biz Insider didn’t have to turn to tricks to make ends meet. SI comes from a comfortably well-off clan, after all.
Still, SI hooked up with Wealthy Colleague. SI and WC later broke up when Flirty Friend entered the picture.
Now, SI acts as procurer for Rich Benefactor.
Again, SI doesn’t really need the extra cash.
Think of it as SI’s lucrative hobby.
From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
Lovely Starlet tried to be strong, but she cannot deny that she’s still carrying a torch for Hot Hunk.
After breaking up with HH, LS swiftly found New Love on the rebound. LS, however, soon called it quits with NL.
LS went steady with another Handsome Lad, but that affair quickly ended as well.
HL found out that LS was still pining for HH.
LS is hopelessly devoted to HH.
KathNiel’s Vietnam win
Teen stars Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo won best foreign actor and actress in the Face of the Year Awards held in Vietnam recently.
The duo brought home the trophies for the ABS-CBN series “Got to Believe,” which currently airs in Vietnam’s Today TV.
KathNiel personally received their awards recently during the gala night held in Ho Chi Minh City’s Opera House.
“Thank you… so much for loving our characters, Joaquin and Chichay,” said Kathryn.
“We feel humbled and blessed,” said Daniel.
Top of the talk shows
For those who missed last weekend’s gabfests on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)
Federico Moreno on his father, German Moreno: “My dad was a pillar in show biz and in our family.” (Love and light, Kuya Germs!)
Shalala on Kuya Germs: “Siya ’yung tinuturing kong tatay, kapatid, kaibigan, lahat.” (He will be missed.)
Tina Paner on Kuya Germs’ habit of giving away money to stars: “Kapag sinabi niyang, ‘Oh, pila na kayo…’ May kasama pa ’yang Birch Tree!” (In cash and in kind ang giveaway.)
Buboy Villar on what he learned from Kuya Germs: “Pinakita niya kung paano maging professional.” (Sound advice.)
Glydel Mercado on Kuya Germs’ career advice: “Lagi niyang sinasabi sa ’min… huwag lumaki ang ulo namin kapag sumikat.” (See above.)
Jake Vargas on Kuya Germs: “’Di niya kami pinabayaan. Sobrang bait ni Tatay; ibibigay niya sa ’yo kung ano’ng meron siya.” (Sob.)
Carmi Martin on Kuya Germs’ passion for the industry: “Sana, may sumunod sa example niya.” (Tough act to follow.)
Dawn Zulueta on Kuya Germs: “Ipagpapatuloy namin lahat ng kabutihan na ipinakita niya sa ’min.” (OK.)
Angeline Quinto on being a Black Nazarene devotee: “’Yung faith mo kung buong puso ’yun, hindi ka magdadalawang-isip na sumampa, kahit delikado pa… Nahalikan ko siya sa mukha.” (Huwow! Stunt woman ang peg.)
Coco Martin on being a Black Nazarene devotee: “Sabi ko, bigyan niyo lang po ako ng trabaho, kahit ano. Tapos binigay niya lahat ’to.” (Double huwow! Beats a job placement agency.)CelebriTV, TV Patrol
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