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Vilma hindi nagbabago ang hitsura

Speaking of an artista, now more of a politician na, we have Vilma Santos-Recto, who has just been re-elected Representative of Lipa City.

At 65, Ate Vi, as she is fondly addressed to by even those more senior than she is in the showbiz industry, has maintained her looks, as local showbiz Star for all Season.

Her numerous following na nanatiling humahanga sa kanya, hope na kahit busy siya with her political career, she will find time na makagawa pa kahit ng isang pelikula man lang ngayong 2019.

Which is her wish, too, ani Ate Vi, who was last seen in Everything About You, co-starring her with Angel Locsin at Xian Lim, mga five yers ago na. She is just waiting daw for a good script.

Meanwhile, happy daw siya for her son, Luis Manzano, who is busy with good TV assignments.

Luis, bukod sa host siya ng well-followed game show, Minute To Win It, Last Man Standing, is now part of the cast, too, of the reformatted sitcom, Home Sweetie Home: Extra Sweet, co-starring him with Toni Gonzaga, Miles Ocampo and teenage actor, Clarence Delgado plus newly recruit ding mga artistang sina Vhong Navarro, Bayani Agbayani, Alex Gonzaga and Rio Locsin.

Introducing ang bagong comedy tandem nina Fumiya Samkai at Yam­yam Gucong, members of the four top winners of the first Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) Otso Adult housemates.

Home Sweetie… still has Edgar Mortiz, who is now kasama na rin sa cast ng sitcom, bilang direktor.

In their younger years as actors, Ate Vi and direk Edgar were a love team.

By the way, heard that Luis will soon host another reality show.

Mayor Toby mas matimbang ang pagiging public servant kesa pag-aartista

Back to his fourth term as Mayor of Navotas City si Outgoing House of Representative member na si Toby Tiangco.

Now Navotas City Mayor anew, he served as Congressman of the lone district of Navotas City from 2010 to 2019.

Well-liked, kahit sa entertainment writers, Mayor Toby has often been asked kung bakit ‘di niya naisip na pasukin ang pag-aartista. Even at 51 now (birth date: November 21, 1967), he is still good looking, tall and trim. He is a good dresser as well.

Mayor Toby admits he has friends among the local showbiz personalities. He is even a fan of most of them, too. He is a frequent moviegoer and almost an addict of several of our local TV shown.

But more than anything else, he considers himself more of a servant of the Filipino people. Especially of Navoteños.

Well, no wonder whey his fellow Navotas look up to him as well.

Good luck always, Mayor Toby.

Edu inaabangan na uli kung kailan ulit magho-host

Now of Luis Dad, Edu Manzano, Edu has yet to meet with members of the entertainment media to discuss his loss, sa kanyang pagtakbo bilang Congressman of the lone district of San Juan.

Nonetheless, like Luis and Ate Vi, Edu is equally busy. He is currently finishing his scenes for the movie, Just A Stranger, co-starring him with Anne Curtis and Marco Gumabao.

Kinunan partly ang Just A Stranger in Portugal, Spain. A Viva Films movie, it has Jason Paul Laxamana directing.

He is considering a new offer, another movie rin na wala pa raw tiyak kung sinu-sino ang kanyang magiging co-stars at ang magdidirek din ng project.

Televiewers are asking when Edu will again host a TV show, tulad ng kanyang anak na si Luis.


Belated happy birthday to Ms. Linggit Tan-Marasigan, Chief of Star ABS-CBN.

Ma’am Linggit, together with Star Cinema ma­naging director Olive Lamasan, co-produced with Kinetic Productions the highly admired movie, Quezon’s Game, which, so far, has won close to 30 international awards.

Quezon’s Game, directed by Matthew Rosen, had Raymond Bagatsing playing the role of President Manuel Quezon, Rachel Alejandro played naman Doña Aurora.

Ma’am Linggit is also ABS-CBN Co­medy Business Unit head.

She is well-liked by employees of the Network.


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