Cherie Gil
Cherie dalawa ang bagong apo
YSTAR - Baby E (Pang-masa) - June 19, 2019 - 12:00am

Nagbibiro man o hindi, tumatak ang pronouncement ni Cherie Gil during the presscon for the new edition of Starstruck Season 7, which is a search for new talents ng GMA-7 and where Cherie is a member of the Councils, along with Heart Evangelista at Jose Manalo, that she doesn’t want to be called ‘Tita.’

Obviously, ito ang paraan niya para maging klaro sa mga Starstruck hopefuls, na dapat magagalang sila, without them making an effort to please them by calling her ‘tita.’

Well, in real life, Cherie should prepare herself to be called a new “lola,” as two her pamangkin have just turned parents anew.

These are, of course, Geoff Eigenmann, son of her eldest brother, Michael, and her estranged sister in-law, Gina Alajar, and Andi Eigenmann, daughter of her late brother, Mark Gil.

Well, hello Lola Cherie.

Hiwalayan sunud-sunod!

Grabe, Salve A., nauuso yata ngayon sa mga loveteam, mapa-reel o real man, ang naghihiwalay.

Umpisahan natin with the tandem nina Julia Barretto at Joshua Garcia, na bawat project na pinagsamahan ay naging success.

As lovers naman, the two started right, since they have the blessings not just of their following but of their parents as well.

‘Di ba open si Dennis Padilla sa pag-express ng kanyang admiration for Joshua, dahil bago nito pormal na niligawan ang anak na si Julia, nagpasintabi diumano muna sa kanya ang binata.

Ganunpaman, kahit balitang wala na ang dalawa, both in reel and real-life, they are set to team-up in a project, titled Block Z.

Ang tambalang hindi na (raw) muna makikita both on the small and big screen ay ang Janella Salvador-Elmo Magalona love team o ElNella. Sobra raw kasing personal ang hiwalayang naganap sa dalawa.

May usapan pang sakitan physically between the lovers diumano.

Samantala, to establish them as a solid love team sana, may project na pini-prepare for JM de Guzman at Barbie Imperial after ng kanilang successful na unang tambalan sa Araw Gabi.

Barbie, though, reportedly said no to the idea.

At heto pa, confirmed nang ‘di rin muna magsasama sa isang project sina Elisse Joson at McCoy de Leon. Medyo personal daw ang dahilan at ang doctor-mom daw ni Elisse ang may kinalaman.

Mismong si Kissess Delavin naman ang nag-announce na pormal nang wala na sila ni Donny Pangilinan as a team. Kaya wala nang DonKiss tandem.

Kung sabagay, ‘di pa rin naman well-established ang DonKiss, as they did pa lang naman two projects together, one of which is the katatapos na series, Playhouse.

Di ba, Salve A., what’s new?

Martin naghahanda sa comedy movie nila ni Pops

Ang ganda ng gesture na ginawa ni Martin Nievera, when he attended the premiere ng unang pelikula ng kanyang ex-wife na si Pops Fernandez sa bagong tayong movie firm nito, ang DSL Production, the first co-starrer nina AiAi de la Alas at Bayani Agbani, ang Feelennial, directed by Rechie del Carmen.

Pops’ DSL co-produced Feelennial with Cignal Entertainment, considered the Philippines no. 1 provider of Pay TV.

In any case, Martin come early with his and Pops’ sons, Robin and Ram, na may kanya-kanyang ‘papel’ din sa production.

DSL nga pala is the initials ng name ng mother ni Pops, si Dulce Lukban, herself a former actress at producer ng concerts topbilled ni Pops.

“I pray that Feelennial makes money,” ani Martin. “And I think it well, as it is both entertaining and engaging. I wish for Pops and Cignal Productions to do more films. Para maraming mga taga-showbiz ang magkaroon ng trabaho.”

Of Martin, he has a special role in Feelennial, which, by the way, is a concept ni Pops. Siya rin ang may akda ng kuwento.

May second production na nga pala ang DSL at Cignal Entertainment. It will be a musical comedy naman, which Martin, Pops and their two sons will topbill.

Feelennial opens in theaters today, June 19 nationwide.

CHERIE GIL
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