ARLO CUSTODIO

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Titleholder refuses to predict Catriona Gray’s chances on Dec. 18 For the third year in a row, the Philippines’ first and only Miss World titleholder, Megan Lynne Young, is hosting the Miss World 2016 Pageant. Young flew to the US on Tuesday to return as presenter in the widely-participated beauty…

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Singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid has joined ABS-CBN via It’s Showtime’s popular “Tawag ng Tanghalan” segment. After rumors circulated for sometime that he was leaving TV5, his appearance on the noontime show as one of the judges of the singing contest on Saturday confirmed that while it is uncertain whether he is…

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Singing “I Believe” at the Miss World 2016 Talent semi-finals, the Philippines’ Catriona Gray has advanced to the finals of the category where joins the candidates from Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Mongolia, Chile, Croatia, Malta, Ukraine and Canada. The winner for Best in Talent will be done via online voting on…

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Director reshoots ‘Bubog’ with new cast After the Professional Artist Managers, Inc. (PAMI) issued a statement strongly condemning “the disgusting act and behavior” of Baron Geisler—giving both the actor and his director Arlyn Dela Cruz sanctions for the infamous peeing incident on the set of Bubog—the beleaguered celebrity flooded Ping…

‘AWITIN MO AT ISASAYAW KO’

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Songs of the ’70s still pervade the airwaves—from sentimental ballads to disco. Until now, the likes of “Ipagpatawad Mo,” “Ikaw Ang Aking Mahal,” “Rock Baby Rock,” “Disco Fever” and “Awitin Mo At Isasayaw Ko” remain to be favorites on the dance floor, production numbers on TV, and even sing-along sessions.…

MISS GLOBE 2016

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It may not have been as unforgivable as Steve Harvey’s colossal mistake in declaring Miss Colombia as Miss Universe 2015 instead of Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach as the rightful winner, but it was nonetheless Miss Globe 2016’s emcee’s mistake when he missed out on declaring Miss Philippines Nichole Manalo as…

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Immortalized in history books, statues and monuments wielding a bolo in one hand and the red KKK flag on the other, the life of Andres Bonifacio—the Supremo of the Katipunan—has been a favorite plot of the silver screen, with three notable movies thus far: the theatrical Ang Paglilitis Ni Andres…

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Change has indeed come to the Metro Manila Film Festival this year, and along with it a host of controversies. Back in June, the festival’s executive committee announced that a new set of rules had been drawn up to ensure a better selection of finalists for this December’s 42nd outing…

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