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Major star goes ballistic over honey’s flirty pal

/ 12:13 AM January 29, 2017

It was only a matter of time. Major Star is on the verge of a meltdown, according to a well-entrenched source.

MS belatedly found out that Flirty Sweetheart had pulled strings so that Attractive Coworker would land a job in latest project.

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MS was furious and kept pestering FS about it every single day.

Apparently, MS’ spies had been issuing disturbing reports from the set.

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FS and AC were often spotted canoodling between takes. After all, they had common history and were merely reminiscing about the good old days.

MS refuses to listen to FS’ lame excuses.

As expected, MS went ballistic—big time!

Shame

There ought to be a law against overpriced projects.

Enterprising Insider was able to wangle tons of moolah from Industry Newcomer for Troubled Venture.

IN had a feeling that TV was headed straight to oblivion. Can’t really blame IN for cutting ties before the crap hits the fan.

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Still, EI insisted on one last parting gift, again to the tune of millions of pesos.

Although IN has cash to spare, EI went home empty-handed.

Was IN overheard muttering: “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me?”

Injustice league

Supporters of Esteemed Oldtimer were naturally aghast.

Staff of Beleaguered Project had the temerity to treat EO shabbily.

BP, which needs all the positive vibes in the world, violated an unwritten commandment in the biz: Respect thy elders.

Of course, EO had too much class to complain.

But then again, that’s what rabid attack dogs are for.

Right on cue, EO’s team spewed venom—publicly dissing BP’s backers for the grave injustice.

Flip-flop

Gutsy Ingénue’s losing streak continues…

GI just made a monumental booboo—stepping on the toes of Seasoned Starlet.

Well, SS’ Powerful Backer made sure that GI’s career would soon hit a brick wall.

Turned out, PB didn’t need to lift a finger.

GI’s latest undertaking flopped miserably.

Now, PB has the figures to justify GI’s exile to the deep freezer.

GI and the entire gang’s collective karma must’ve been that awful to merit such a disastrous result.

Artificial sweetener

From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:

Perky Starlet has been languishing in career limbo for so long.

Home Studio failed to fulfill its promise to turn PS into a superstar.

PS grew restless and sent feelers to Rival Company, whose headhunters seemed receptive from the get-go.

Alas, HS reps got wind of PS’ impending transfer.

To avert the big move, HS offered a new assignment to PS—to sweeten the deal, for now.

But wait till PS gets antsy…again!

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).

Dayanara Torres miss na miss ang lumpia at sinigang na baboy. (Welcome home, Yari!)

Dayanara Torres

Dayanara Torres

Marlon Stockinger on marrying Pia Wurtzbach: “Pia’s still married to her crown!” (Not after tomorrow. Ding, ang ring…!)

Liza Soberano on joining a beauty contest: “Hindi ko talaga nakikita ang sarili ko roon!” (Sweet girl.)

Aljur Abrenica handa raw pakasalan si Kylie Padilla para sa kanilang magiging anak. (Mabuti naman.)

Aljur Abrenica and Kylie Padilla

Aljur Abrenica and Kylie Padilla

Kylie on Aljur: “I’m just happy I’m sharing it with you!” (Pa-share din…)

Bangs Garcia kasal na sa British-Filipino businessman Lloydi Birchmore; guwapo na, mayaman pa! (Good for her. Congrats, gurl!)

Bangs Garcia (left) and Lloydi Birchmore

Bangs Garcia (left) and Lloydi Birchmore

Julie Anne San Jose class pa rin, kahit nagpapaseksi. (Galing, neng.)

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