Penny-pinching playboy juggles gifts for two gals

/ 12:33 AM February 07, 2016
ENRIQUE Gil and Liza Soberano       Richard Reyes


Handsome Playboy had just broken up with Major Star and was raring to woo Glamorous Beauty.

HP, who can be quite stingy, thought of asking Posh Sponsor to furnish him with gifts for the two ladies: a farewell memento for MS and a courtship present for GB.


PS balked and tried to convince HP to forget about MS.

“After all, you’re no longer a couple,” PS pointed out. “Focus on GB, instead.”


PS was merely playing it safe. If things didn’t work out with GB (and, true enough, the affair swiftly went pfft), HP could still try to mend fences with MS (but that led nowhere, as well).

Take-home celeb

Bubbly Personality is not exactly known in the biz for being subtle.

Affable Team made the mistake of hiring BP for a project. To AT’s surprise, work went smoothly, in spite of peers’ less than favorable feedback about BP’s behavior.

Before calling it a day, BP asked to bring home several outfits used on the set. AT was stunned speechless.

Spoiled much?



Show-biz Insider remains relentless in disparaging Controversial Personality.

SI and CP got embroiled in a bloody skirmish last year. Even though the dust had already settled, SI didn’t give up in the hate campaign against CP.

To think, SI and CP were once extra-chummy. They had a nasty falling-out, however.

Up to now, SI is spewing venom against CP.

As they say, there’s nothing worse than a former friend-turned-enemy.

Mass mobilization

Lovely Lady should watch her back.

LL teamed up with Perennial Partner in a high-profile project.  Alas, bosses have noticed that the tandem of PP and Beautiful Upstart is making headway these days.

PP and BU’s partnership has become more popular among fans than LL and PP’s team-up.

Is LL’s fate in peril?

Should LL mobilize her own followers, to nip the blooming love team of PP and BU in the bud?

Reversal of fortune

From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:

Hunky Star used to look down on Charming Newbie.

In a cruel twist of fate, HS’ career went down the drain, while CN hit the jackpot.

Show producers stopped knocking on HS’ door. HS slashed his talent fee by half, but still there were no takers.

HS would even volunteer to attend town fiestas in faraway provinces, just to make a quick buck.

Impresarios would rather hire CN—notwithstanding the handlers’ steep asking price.

How the tides have shifted.

Star-studded launch

Celebrities Lucy Torres-Gomez, Richard Gomez, Lorna Tolentino, Janella Ejercito Estrada, Brian Poe Llamanzares,  Coleen Garcia, Christine and Julius Babao, Mark Herras, Yasmien Kurdi and Paolo Contis were among the guests in the grand launch of Rejuvehair, a “holistic herbal solutions provider which aims to promote natural, chemical-free, organic ways to rejuvenate hair and scalp.”

For inquiries, visit http://www.rejuvehair.com.ph/companprofile, call 0917-6324104 or e-mail [email protected]

Top of the tabloids

This week’s top show biz news in the Inquirer tabloid Bandera (and why we are moved, if we are moved):

Sunshine Cruz  na-shock sa desisyon ng korte pabor kay Cesar Montano. Pero tuloy ang laban! (Fighter  si Ate.)

John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo  nag-date sa Balesin Island; sumakay sa private plane. Pero sigaw ng nagwawalang fans ni Angelica Panganiban: Mga ahas! (Ha? May mga ahas sa Balesin?)

AlDub pinaluhod ang big stars sa mga TV commercials. (Bukas, luluhod ang mga big stars.)

JM de Guzman maayos na ang kundisyon sa rehab. (We wish him well. He’s a good actor pa naman.)

Enrique Gil bawal ligawan si Liza Soberano,  ’di pa pwedeng maging magdyowa. (Babala… asawa ni…)

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