Handsome hunk sings ‘Like a Virgin’
TALK about a rara avis.
Insiders are shocked because Dashing Hunk claims to be a virgin—specifically, when it comes to gay benefactors.
Although he’s had plenty of girlfriends, DH insists he has never had close encounters of the third kind—unlike most of his peers.
Is it because Concerned Kin guards DH like a hawk?
CK knows only too well how dangerous show biz is for naïve young men. CK has asked Longtime Buddy to keep an eye on DH, too.
Even though DH often hangs out with all sorts of colorful characters, he has remained, ahem, “untouched.”
Calling Bantay Bata.
Underage Charmer is the latest victim of the sex video epidemic.
UC is way too young to get entangled in such a salacious scandal, but it seems predators are simply too brazen these days.
UC earlier got in trouble after a supposed photo of him fooling around with another young man circulated online.
But this latest intrigue is far more damaging.
Poor kid needs a break from all these appalling rumors.
No wonder Troubled Cutie is having a hard time recovering from a nasty vice.
The entire clan is dependent on TC, who often had to work double time to pay the bills.
Pushed to the edge, TC rebelled by turning to illicit substances.
Alas, Close Relative is similarly hooked. CR gives new meaning to the term “bad influence” and keeps TC mired in drugs.
Well-meaning supporters should keep CR as far away from TC as possible.
As a sign of their true love, Influential Personality and Secret Lover used their names to christen prime property.
All good things must come to an end, though.
They eventually had to part ways and the “conjugal” asset was sold and renamed with dispatch.
Still IP insisted that passionate romance with SL was the real deal.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be.
From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
If looks could kill, Sultry Celebrity is surely one fatal femme.
Coworkers swear that SC is a certified bully. SC drove similarly Vociferous Colleague to the brink of insanity.
SC kept pestering VC, who eventually scampered away.
Colleagues, who witnessed SC’s uncouth behavior, are scared stiff.
They are aware that SC is chummy with the bosses, who look the other way and ignore all those disturbing incidents.
Top of talk shows
For those who missed last weekend’s gabfests on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)
Alessandra de Rossi implores the public to watch “Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis”: “’Yung mga tamad magbasa ng libro, tamad makinig sa history, andito na lahat.” (Pitch of the year.)
“Hele” star John Lloyd Cruz on the film: “Parang nagbe-break ng rules. Better options para sa lahat.” (Bravo, Lloydie!)
“Hele” star Piolo Pascual hopes the local audience gives indies a chance: “Napakaraming talent dito sa Pilipinas pagdating sa paggawa ng pelikula. Dapat binibigyan din sila ng pagkakataon.” (Bravo, Papa P!)
Allen Dizon on winning best actor at the Silk Road film fest for “Iadya mo Kami”: “Bilang artista ako’y natutuwa na may ganitong festival, at least napapasama ang mga pelikulang Pilipino.” (See Papa P’s hope above.)
Liza Soberano, asked if she prefers Enrique Gil lean or a bit chubby: “OK lang sa ’kin ’yung medyo mataba para nakukurot ko ’yung taba … . Ang cute, ang saya kaya.” (Chubby chaser ka ba, hija?)
Lea Salonga, asked why she cut her hair short: “I’m just done, tired sa mahabang buhok!” (Pogi mo ’day!)
Lea on rumors that Sarah Geronimo won’t be joining her and Bamboo as one of the judges of the new season of “The Voice Kids”: “I can neither confirm nor deny. But for sure Bamboo would still be there.” (That sounds like a confirmation, ha!)
Nadine Lustre on boyfriend James Reid talking about how in love he is with her: “Ang haba ng hair ko!” (You should see Lea’s hair stylist, ’day.)
Andre Paras on screen partner Barbie Forteza: “Super sweet!” (Beware of diabetes, cavities.)
National Youth Commission’s Dingdong Dantes on educating young people about climate change: “Makikipag-cooperate kami sa mga schools at communities para mas mapalawak ’yung understanding about the issue.” (OK.) TV Patrol, 24 Oras
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