• The week’s quotable quotes


    Sharon20150315Sharon Cuneta on returning to ABS-CBN.
    “I just don’t belong anywhere else. I can’t say I regret [trans-ferring to TV5] 100 percent because I made friends naman with the other station. Pero parang fish out of water ako . . . at pagpasok ko dito, I’m breathing normally again.” Sharon is now part of ABS-CBN’s franchise of ‘Your Face Sounds Familiar’ as a jury member alongside Jed Madela and Gary Valenciano. The contest, which has eight celebrities impersonating music icons, premiered Saturday on the network’s primetime block. ASAP 20 hosts a grand welcome for her at noon today.

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    Carmina20150315Carmina Villaroel on playing a daring role on TV.
    “Siguro para sa ibang artista hindi daring itong bagong role ko sa Bridges of Love, pero para sa akin at sa nakita ng mga taong roles na nagawa ko before, daring na ito. Pero siyempre, alam ko naman na nanay na ako kaya alam ko din ang limitations ko, pero sa isang banda artista din ako na kailangang palaguin ang talento ko.” Carmina is portraying the Alexa, an older woman who falls in love with Paolo Avelino in ABS-CBN’s new primetime drama Bridges of Love, which premieres Monday, March 16.

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    Zoren20150315Zoren Legaspi on being dad to teenaged twins Cassy and Maverick.
    “Alam ko kahit papaano nandoon yung interes nilang mag-artista. Nakikita ko naman yon, pero ang gusto ko priority talaga nila yung school at hindi ko sila gustong pag-trabahuhin. Kasi ayokong ma-miss out nila yung pagka-bata nila dahil at least ako, 18 na din ako nung nag-showbiz ako. Si Cassy, na-sho-shock siya minsan pag may nakakakila sa kanya dahil sa commercials namin, pero yon yung trade off. Si Maverick naman, ano bang masasabi ko sa kanya? Basta may pagka-Elvis Presley siya! At kung may idol ako, siya yon. Sana siya nalang ako!” Zoren is playing a dutiful father in real life and in TV to Enrique in the hit teleserye Forevermore on ABS-CBN.

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    Eric20150315Eric Quizon on the rumored future Dolphy Museum.
    “Yes, kina-catalogue namin ngayon lahat ng gamit ni Daddy. And the plan is to put up a Dolphy Museum in a property we have in Tanay. Pero we want it to be a destination na may bed and breakfast at mga activities na puwedeng gawin. We’re also thinking about transferring his remains there, but this will all take some time for us to do.” Since coming home from Hong Kong shortly before his father’s death, Eric has been busy directing projects for TV5 and now ABS-CBN. He is now at the helm of the network’s Pasion de Amor.


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