Kapuso star Solenn Heussaff certainly has quite a few talents in her arsenal. Aside from her television stints, she is also a singer and a painter.
A mother’s love knows no bounds.
When filmmaker Randolph Longjas first discussed the film, “Star na si Van Damme Stallone,” with actress Candy Pangilinan, he promised her that it was just a light “dramedy” flick about a mother’s love for her child, who has Down syndrome.
Actress Marian Rivera had another honor in her belt as social media analytics site Quintly said that her Facebook page placed 19th in the Top Public Figure Facebook Pages worldwide.
The reality TV program type has emerged in the last two decades as one of the most popular viewing treats on TV, thanks to their “peeping tom” appeal, and the “accessibility” and empathy of its featured characters and situations, which “ordinary” viewers can easily relate to.
It’s not true, sources told Inquirer Lifestyle, that Hollywood actor Owen Wilson is dating Filipino businesswoman Wendy Puyat. The rumor circulated when Wilson was spotted arriving at Naia last weekend.
Marian Rivera’s postnatal body showed no signs that she just gave birth to her and husband Dingdong Dantes’ first born barely four months ago.
French composer Claude-Michel Schonberg profusely thanked Filipinos and the Philippines last March 16 night at the gala opening of “Les Miserables” for the many local talents that had headlined and continue to star in international productions of “Les Miserables” and “Miss Saigon”, the long-running musicals he wrote with lyricist and fellow Frenchman Alan Boublil, and produced by legendary British impresario Cameron Mackintosh.
Kapuso Premier Actress Lovi Poe certainly knows how to work hard for her dreams. Just recently, she celebrated a momentous occasion as she moved into her brand new home.
“I was brought up in a very Filipino family,” said Van Partible, creator of the hit animated series, “Johnny Bravo,” in an e-mail interview. “Like all Filipinos, I have an Uncle Boy and an Auntie Baby!”