Big things do come in small packages. Cliché? Not when you’re talking about Ellen Adarna who, at 5’1”, has been unwittingly stealing the lion’s share of attention from her taller colleagues. An Arian (April 2), she weighs 97 lbs.; measures 33-25-33; and wears teen-sized clothes and size-6 shoes.
When told that South Border and Freestyle, followed by Side A and Bamboo, would be performing at the third SM Clark Pyrofest, we were excited with the invitation given by Claire Agbayani.
I find it strange that at a time when a lot of people around here are turning Korean, you know, Korean food, Korean music, hairstyle, clothes, shoes, etc. etc., why they virtually worship Super Junior and Lee Min Ho or whoever, here comes Sheryl Cruz and she is, surprise, turning Japanese. Nothing against the Japanese, who have proven themselves nice, talented people we can be friends with. It is just that I do not know the reason why the singer/ actress has decided to go Japanese in her new album titled Sa Puso Ay Ikaw Pa Rin.
Best wishes to philanthropist and concert producer Pinky Tobiano (one of PeopleAsia’s People of the Year awardees in 2007) and accountant Juancho Robles who are getting married at the Grand Canyon in Nevada, USA, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, with only very few family members and close friends in attendance. Among the principal sponsors are Gov. Chavit Singson and Pangasinan Rep. Gina de Venecia, with Pinky’s daughters Pianne and Karrel May as bridesmaids.
Nothing but pure fun and entertainment reeled off last Oct. 15 during the Kapuso Fans’ Day of Marian Rivera held at the event center of Robinsons Place in Tacloban City, Leyte.
Paolo Ballesteros of Eat, Bulaga! makes waves on social media via his make-up artistry. After posting his made-up face ala Beyoncé, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe and Madonna, among other foreign celebrities, he earned praises from foreigners and locals alike.
Ikaw Lamang stars Coco Martin, Kim Chiu and KC Concepcion are thankful for the unforgettable experience they had for being part of ABS-CBN’s Ikaw Lamang, which will air its final episode tonight.
The recent centennial year celebration (Sept. 12, 2013 to Sept. 12, 2014) for National Artist Gerardo “Manong Gerry” de Leon (inset) was capped by the screening of his movie Pedro Penduko (1954, by Premiere Productions starring Efren Reyes and Edna Luna), based on a Liwayway serial novel by National Artist Francisco V. Coching, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) which collaborated in the film’s restoration with the National Commission for Culture & the Arts (NCCA), the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (SOFIA).
The latest seasons of Emmy award-winning talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show and fantasy drama series Resurrection premiere on Lifetime, weeknights at 8 and Monday nights at 10, respectively, on the same day as their US telecast.
The Tiongco Brothers (photo) are the featured entertainers of Nandito Pa Kami, which is slated on Oct. 29 to 30 at the Bistro RJ in Dusit Thani Hotel. Show starts at 8:30 p.m.
Practice Makes Perfect was the theme of the eighth National Food Showdown (NFS) culinary festival held at the World Trade Center in Pasay City last Sept. 23 and 24, which was attended by over 5,000 food enthusiasts from various hotels, restaurants, culinary schools, colleges and universities who vied for awards in different student and professional categories.
Richmonde Hotel Ortigas conjures up wicked deals to give you a sugar rush of excitement on All Hallow’s Eve.
Erika Jayne (photo), who had seven No. 1 dance singles on the Billboard charts, is releasing her new single You Make Me Wanna Dance today.
After winning in The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition last April, Bryan Castillo (second from right) maintains his now fit and healthy body through a daily exercise regime and a healthy lifestyle.