Charming hunk turns into a cougar matchmaker
Scandalous Charmer has a new calling.
SC is now a matchmaker for the lovesick and loveless.
Longtime Friend, who is now based abroad, sought SC’s help. LF, who was in town recently, wanted to meet new guys. So LF asked SC to introduce some alluring prospects.
LF, who’s no spring chicken, supposedly likes ’em young and brash.
Studly Maverick has expressed interest in meeting LF.
After all, getting involved with LF would do wonders for SM’s faltering career.
It’s a match made in Macintosh heaven! It’s sooo user-friendly.
Countless procedures have turned Seasoned Performer’s visage into a scary sight. Instead of looking eternally young, SP now looks waxen.
Perhaps SP should stay away from Botox for a while and learn from the nightmarish experience of Beauty Connoisseur, whose face was heavily damaged by all sorts of treatments.
It took years before BC could recover. Interestingly, BC was forced to rely on Photoshop to conceal the scars (ostensibly left behind by an addiction to cosmetic enhancements) in snapshots.
Fictionist par excellence
Colorful Celebrity’s true nature was unmasked recently.
CC claims to be “straightforward” and “honest” in sharing intimate life details. Nothing can be farther from the truth.
Turned out, CC is seriously delusional. CC even came up with a curious spin on recent career setbacks.
CC’s latest shenanigan proves what frenemies have long suspected—that an earlier scandal that formed the base of CC’s notoriety was manufactured, too.
CC can spew out fictional stories at the drop of a hat.
Several observers were turned off by the appalling behavior of Showbiz Interloper. SI has been picking fights, left and right.
Worse, SI has joined forces with equally Pugnacious Partner in bullying anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
SI and PP made the mistake of targeting Industry Veteran.
Alas, IV is not easily daunted and can outtalk any tyrant—no matter how mundane or profound the topic.
From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
Coworkers claim Cute Hunk has changed—for the worse.
CH has become difficult to work with, insiders insist. Even his manager claims that CH has become arrogant since hooking up with Vociferous Girlfriend. Apparently, VG is a bad influence on CH.
VG is a certified drama queen, and her unsavory habits have rubbed off on CH.
Is there still time to save CH from perdition, ahem, CH?
Top of talk shows
For those who missed last weekend’s gabfests on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)
Sharon Cuneta on football player Aly Borromeo, who’s dating her daughter KC Concepcion: “Let’s put it this way: If this was 20 years ago and a man like Aly came into my life and took care of me, ’yun siguro ang sasagutin ko.” (Mommy-approved?)
Sharon on friend Zsa Zsa Padilla breaking up with Conrad Onglao: “She knows I’m here for her. I know at the right time she’s going to reach out to me.” (Keep shining, keep smiling…)
Karylle on her mom Zsa Zsa’s breakup with Conrad: “Let’s give her the time to process things and heal. Let’s give her space.” (We need space, too.)
Anne Curtis on her friends Solenn Heussaff and Georgina Wilson getting married: “Walang pressure for me because I’m very focused on work… and there are still a lot of things I want to do before I settle down.” (No one’s rushing you.)
Ian Veneracion on being in a love triangle with Jodi Sta. Maria and Richard Yap, in a coming movie: “May konting selos lang!” (Uuuy!)
James Reid’s birthday wish: “Honestly I just want to relax… Have dinner with my family and friends.” (Including Nadine Lustre?)
John Prats on staying by wife Isabel Oli’s side while she was in labor: “Di ko ma-explain ’yung happiness. Mamahalin mo lalo ’yung asawa mo.” (Dapat lang.)
Manilyn Reynes on meeting “Carrot Man”: “Ang cute… at tahimik lang. Nakakatuwa.” (Is she singing: “Sayang na Sayang”?)
Ina Raymundo on maintaining her figure despite already having five kids: “You have to eat well. Going to the gym is just 30 percent; 70 percent is what you eat.” (Cool advice from a hot momma!) TV Patrol, Bandila, 24 Oras
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