Playboy sabotages lady love’s diet
Just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Remember Penny-pinching Playboy from the last edition of Rushes?
Turns out PP has the habit of asking Posh Sponsors for freebies which he then gifts to girlfriends.
PP requested for an expensive item from luckless PS. PS then gifted said product
—luxurious and sumptuous sweets—to Popular Ex-girlfriend.
PE got miffed. PE had been trying to lose weight, and PP had the gall to give her a rich, calorie-laden present.
Mammoth project was beset with all sorts of problems from the get-go.
Vociferous Personality bungled big time on the set, making Admirable Costar see red.
Incorrigible VP simply couldn’t handle the pressure.
AC gave up and scampered away so as to avoid an ugly confrontation with VP.
The team had no choice but to cancel work. As luck would have it, Stern Boss made a surprise visit that same day.
SB got rattled upon discovering an empty workplace.
Insert mushroom cloud here.
Touch and go
Newbies be warned.
Showbiz Insider has gained a rather unsavory reputation in the industry.
In the guise of “motivating” clueless hunks at work, SI would get a bit “touchy-feely.”
“Man-handling” is an art form, as far as SI is concerned.
Scheming Stud complained about the dubious practices of SI, who eventually got in trouble with authorities.
SS, however, asked for a pricey present in exchange for services rendered, before blabbing about SI’s indiscretions.
The cat is out of the bag.
Glib Personality once struggled with “identity” issues.
Chatty Parent inadvertently discussed the subject—outing GP in the process. Rumors about GP have been swirling for so long. As a kid, GP was “confused,” CP confirmed.
GP, however, decided it’s best to hide in the safe confines of a closet.
From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
Flamboyant Personality once had a bustling career, swamped with all sorts of offers.
Alas, FP is now going through a rough patch after a High-Profile Project flopped miserably.
Now, FP has a hard time making ends meet. FP is forced to borrow money from poor household staffers who seldom get paid in the first place.
Apparently, FP is hooked on gambling and drugs.
Just like FP’s Controversial Boss?
Top of the talk shows
For those who missed last weekend’s gabfests on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)
Kathryn Bernardo on her and Daniel Padilla’s soap, “Pangako sa ’Yo,” which is ending soon: “Stepping stone ito para maging mas open sa more mature roles.” (You are not getting any younger, guys. Time to level up.)
Jericho Rosales on former screen partner Kristine Hermosa: “Magka-love team at magkaaway kami noon. Aso’t pusa!” (Meow! Arf-arf!)
Nadine Lustre on a viral photo showing her and James Reid holding hands during a plane ride: “Ang katawan ko kasi laging nangangalay … at [natatakot ako] sa turbulence.” (No need to explain, gurl. We completely understand.)
James on his relationship with Nadine: “Nothing has changed. We’re still friends.” (You hold hands with friends? Friendly, huh!)
Gerald Anderson on the concept of commitment: “If you’re not ready to commit, ibig sabihin, hindi mo pa siya ganu’n kamahal.” (Hmmm…)
Arci Muñoz on being a frustrated beauty queen: “Twenty-seven na ako, e. Hindi siguro talaga para sa ’kin… Maganda naman ang naging kapalit.” (Kung hindi ukol…)
Solenn Heussaff on why it took nine years before she and ex-boyfriend Derek Ramsay spoke again: “It was difficult, we were young and in an intense relationship, and ended up hating each other.” (Well, well…)
Lovi Poe, asked how she would react if rumored ex-boyfriend Rocco Nacino asks her out on Valentine’s Day: “Let’s see!” (Moving on…)
Ken Chan, who plays a transgender woman in “Destiny Rose,” on being surprised by members of the Golden Gays on his birthday: “Na-surprise ako, lalo akong natuwa nung nakita ko na sila… Kabisado nila ang mga linya ng character ko.” (Take care of your golden fans.) TV Patrol, 24 Oras
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