Controversial celeb’s vindictive ways remain just as toxic

12:03 AM December 13, 2017

Controversial Celebrity is no longer as influential as before. Still CC’s vindictive nature remains just as toxic—lethal even.

CC was disruptive on the set of a modest production. CC kept making unreasonable demands. The Beleaguered Firm’s Gregarious Chief didn’t tolerate CC’s shenanigans. Irked, CC walked out—in melodramatic fashion. Funny thing was, GC didn’t run after CC. Of course, CC was livid.


To get even, CC “befriended” and “built up” GC’s rivals. File under S—for Spiteful.

Both sides now


If you want to ruin Moneyed Lothario’s day, just mention the name of Luscious Artist.

Instant flashback: ML was once enamored with LA. Fast forward to the here and now: ML can’t stand LA’s guts.

ML thinks LA is grappling with mental health issues. LA is sweet one minute; then sinister, the next. ML finally got fed up and scampered as far away as possible.

“Unfortunately, people only see LA’s meek and modest side,” ML complained to a mole. “They are not acquainted with LA’s malevolent twin.”


Hot to trot

Colleagues abhor Glamorous Insider.


It’s because GI will not think twice about engaging in demeaning acts just to get ahead in the biz.

GI, who’s now heavily involved with Tyrannical Honcho, is a certified regular in the sexual merry-go-round. GI once had a fling with Visiting Celebrity. According to the grapevine, hot-to-trot GI spent the night with VC. Talk about going beyond the call of duty!

Lemonade stand

You know what they say: When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! That’s exactly what Bodacious Personality did.

BP’s career was in limbo. To be blunt, coworkers had written BP off as a has-been. As luck would have it, BP figured in a scorching scandal involving Alluring Star. BP was just a minor player (an extra!) in that fiasco. Still, BP was able to squeeze out a lucrative gig from that ruinous affair. AS’ bosses had no choice but to sign up BP.

The price of silence?

Potty mouth runneth over

From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:

Colleagues have grown accustomed to Delusional Entertainer’s bawdy ways. DE has a filthy mouth—cracking lewd jokes and spewing out profanities like a fish monger’s wife.

Some people don’t mind DE’s antics. Newbies, however, often get offended by DE’s behavior.

The neophytes should realize that cussing is second nature to DE. For DE, cursing is as vital as drinking or breathing.


Top of show biz news

For those who missed last weekend’s show biz news on TV (and why we are moved, if we are moved):

Gerald Anderson. Inquirer File photo

Gerald Anderson on helping children with disability: “Sobrang inspiring … Nagbibigay tayo [ng tulong], pero tayo ang binibigyan nila ng maraming aral.” (Good boy.)

Coco Martin on directing his MMFF entry, “Ang Panday:” “No’ng nasa indie pa ako, gusto ko nang mag-direk. Siguro … ito na ’yung tamang pagkakataon.” (Indie bravo!)

Coco on one of his Christmas vows: “Gusto ko every Christmas, makapunta ako sa ibang bansa para makapagpasalamat sa mga OFW na sumusuporta sa mga ginagawa ko.” (Good job!)

Derek Ramsay

Derek Ramsay on reconciling with and returning to ABS-CBN: “I sat with management to have a talk. I’m very happy that we were able to sit down in one room and squash down whatever it was that was there.” (All’s well that ends well.)

Sharon Cuneta on what she has learned from being on social media: “Now I know that not everyone will take what you post in context. Some people will interpret what you write in the way they want—and, sometimes, it’s negative. But at least, I can claim that I was always open and honest.” (Honesty is the best policy?)

Rachel Alejandro on “Ang Larawan:” “’Di puwedeng makita who I am as a pop singer. Ang pananalita, ang pagkilos at pagkanta, iniba ko talaga.” (Take a bow!)

Katrina Halili on playing a contravida to Megan Young in a coming soap: “Magkakaroon ng time na magkakatamaan at magkakasakitan kami. Pero mukhang ready naman s’ya.” (Ouch!)

Megan Young

Megan on working with boyfriend Mikael Daez in a new soap: “Super excited ako.” (“I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it!”)

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