As beauty-pageant fans wait (with bated breath!) for the official announcement (that is, from Malacañang) of the staging of the Miss Universe pageant in the Philippines for the third time (after 1974 won by the late Amparo Muñoz of Spain and 1994 by Sushmita Sen of India), said to be on Jan. 30, 2017, all they can do is dream.
Great news for Filipino music fans. Local a cappella group Acapellago bagged the top prize at the AKA VIII A Cappella Asia Pacific Championship League competition held at the Singapore Conference Hall last Sept. 24.
ABS-CBN is known for its entertainment and news programs, but it is also a major player in Philippine sports.
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Sharon Cuneta simply laughed off reports that included her in the list of artists who performed at the Bilibid.
In basketball, it was the pass that nobody saw but the receiver. In the entertainment business, it’s Manny Pangilinan shaking the hands of Gabby Lopez.
An admirable trifecta between the grand master, his accomplished protégé, and promising students will take center stage in Manila, as the timeless wisdom of old, infused with wise advice of the present, and the hopeful aspirations of the future all blend together in Badong: Salvador Bernal Designs the Stage.
For some, it’s the spotlight and the crowd cheers. For others, it’s the international exposure. But for Miss Philippines Earth 2016 Imelda Bautista Schweighart (photo), the best part of being a beauty title holder is the opportunity to minister.
Reigning Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach made a quiet and surprise home visit recently in time for her 27th birthday on Sept. 24.
A first-time filmmaker’s movie on the traditional Filipino street game Patintero joined the roster of select Southeast Asian films showcased at the recently-concluded ASEAN Film Week.