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Rushes

An intoxicating alternative

/ 12:10 AM May 09, 2019

A film company initially wanted to get a rising young singer to record the theme song of a movie it was producing.

The artist, however, turned down the offer, because he was in the middle of finishing his album and didn’t want any distraction.

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The movie outfit looked for replacements and had to ultimately settle for Gritty Jock (GJ).

GJ turned up in the recording studio inebriated, which understandably worried his coworkers.

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Luckily, the recording session was uneventful. Unluckily, so was the record.

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):

Utang na loob ni Lito Lapid kay Coco Martin ang paghataw sa mga survey; “Pero ’wag pakasiguro at baka malaglag pa sa Magic 12.” (Vigilance is a must these days.)

Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye ng “Avengers: Endgame” gustong bumalik sa Boracay, Palawan! (It’s more fun in the Philippines, indeed.)

Gerald Anderson hindi kayang iwan ang career para sa love life: Kailangan ko pa pong mag-ipon. (Future-proofing is what they call it.)

Julia Barretto OK lang “mahiwalay” kay Joshua Garcia: Ganu’n talaga ’yun … (How’s that for confidence and spunk?)
Liza Soberano sa mapipiling bagong Darna: Dapat galingan niya talaga, give her heart and soul. (Yeah, that’s exactly what she did, right?)

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Julia pasadong mag-Darna kahit walang boobs. (Are huge boobs part of Darna’s demon-slaying package?)

Gloria Diaz rarampa sa US TV series na “Insatiable.” (From the Universe to Hollywood.)

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