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Richard Gutierrez defends Raymond Gutierrez
October 24, 2006, 3:11 pm
Filed under: Raymond Gutierrez

Pinangatawanan ni Richard Gutierrez ang pagtatanggol sa mga kapatid lalo na si Raymond Gutierrez na feeling niya’y inapi nina KC Montero at JayR nang sabihang gay. Kinausap daw nito ang dalawa nang makita sa GMA-7 last week pero, walang makapagsabi kung ano ang sinabi. Nagpahayag na lang si JayR na ‘di muna siya magi-guest sa show ni Raymond sa QTV 11.

Isa pang tiyak na magre-react ay si Nina dahil ang music video niya ng “I Do” ang napili ni KC na horrible music video na kanyang napanood. Tiyak na pati ang boyfriend nitong si Nyoy Volante ay ‘di magugustuhan ang sinabi ni KC lalo’t VJ siya ng MTV.

Tinarayan din nito ang MYMP at Bloomfields dahil wala raw original na kinanta pati ang Rocksteddy ay ‘di rin niya type. Any reaction from them? link



Dingdong Dantes was criticized
October 24, 2006, 3:06 pm
Filed under: Atlantika

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DINGDONG Dantes is saddened by write-ups labelling him as “flop king” because his new TV series, “Atlantika” has yet to score significant ratings since it started airing a few weeks ago. Add to this the fact that his movie with Iza Calzado titled “Eternity” did not do very well at the box office.

“It may not have done well as expected but it was not a flop either,” Dingdong told a number of writers who chanced upon him at the birthday party of fellow Kapuso star Alfred Vargas held Friday night at the Aruba Bar located in Tomas Morato. Quezon City.

While the write-ups sadden  Dingdong, if there’s any consolation for him, we must note that he has yet to appear in “Atlantika.” The story going on air right now is still focused on the young Aquano. The production people behind “Atlantika” as well as director Mark Reyes are hopeful that the ratings would improve once Dingdong appears in the series as Aquano.

No matter the initial setbacks in the ratings, Dingdong and the rest of the cast of “Atlantika” are doing their best to make the show even better. The support that GMA-7 is giving “Atlantika” is tremendous and is enough to inspire the people involved in the show. The fact that Dingdong is one of the directors inspires him all the more to do his job well.

The boyfriend of Karylle even told the press that he expected to receive negative reactions. He anticipated that criticisms would be coming but he didn’t reckon it would be this harsh. But he’s giving all he can and doing his best to make “Atlantika” even better. Come Wednesday, Dingdong will finally make his appearance in “Atlantika” along with the principal characters in the series. link



Star Awards for TV nominees
October 24, 2006, 2:58 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

ERRATUM po that the director ng Star Awards for TV is Ding Bolanos (and not Al  Quinn). There will be two sets of hosts (from Channel 2, 5 and 7) and they are Edu Manzano, Toni Gonzaga, Tintin Bersola, Jean Garcia, Joey Marquez and Lucy Torres.

Sey ni Tintin, first time niya to host for an industry related awards night. “First time ko for PMPC. Malapit sa puso ko ang PMPC dahil sa career namin ni Papa Julius, ito ang unang nagbigay ng awards sa amin as TV hosts.”

Maraming beses na silang naging presenters but first time as host. Kaya excited siya.

“Pero puyatan ito. Kasi may MUP live din the next day, di ba? Ha-ha-ha! Okey lang, kasi sulit naman ang pagpupuyat ng gagawin ko,” dagdag pa ni Tintin.

Beaded gown by Mama Rene Salud ang isusuot niya, who made her wedding gown din.

First time din mag-host ni Jean Garcia kaya super excited ito. Last year pa dapat siya host sa Star Awards for TV rin pero nasa abroad siya kaya pinalitan siya ni Alessandra de Rossi.

Narito pa ang ibang nominees sa Star Awards for TV:

BEST NEW FEMALE
TV PERSONALITY
Iwa Moto (Love To Love/GMA 7)
Raquel Reyes (Mga Anghel Na Walang Langit/ABS-CBN 2)
Jackie Rice (Encantadia Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas/GMA 7)
Marian Rivera (Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat Sa Akin/ GMA 7)
Nene Tamayo (Citizen Patrol/ TV Patrol/ ABS-CBN 2)
Princess Violago (S-Files/GMA 7)

BEST NEW MALE
TV PERSONALITY
Chuck Allie (Love To Love/ GMA 7)
Marky Cielo (Encantadia Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas/ GMA 7
Franzen Fajardo ( Narda episode/ Your Song/ABS-BN 2)
Angelo Ilagan (Anghel Na Walang Langit/ABS-CBN 2)
Aldred Gatchalian (ASAP ‘06/ABS-CBN 2)
Sam Milby (ASAP ‘06/ ABS-CBN 2)
Makisig Morales (Little Big Star Season 2/ ABS-CBN 2)
Gerard Santos (SOP Rules/ GMA 7)

BEST GAG SHOW
Bitoy’s Funniest Videos (GMA 7)
Bubble Gang (GMA 7)
Going Bulilit (ABS-CBN 2)
Nuts Entertainment (GMA 7)
Wazz Up Wazz Up (Studio 23)

BEST COMEDY SHOW
Bahay Mo Ba ‘To? (GMA 7)
Daddy di do du (GMA 7)
Ay Robot ( QTV 11)
Lagot Ka Isusumbong Kita (GMA 7)
Hokus Pokus (GMA 7)
OK Fine Oh Yes ( ABS-CBN 2)

BEST COMEDY ACTRESS
Ara Mina (Bubble Gang/GMA 7)
K Brosas (Hokus Pokus/ GMA 7)
Ai-Ai delas Alas (My Juan and Only/ABS-CBN 2)
Pokwang (Quizon Ave./ ABS-CBN 2)
Toni Gonzaga (Wazz Up Wazz Up/ Studio 23)
Tiya Pusit (Bahay Mo Ba ‘To?/GMA7)
Rufa Mae Quinto (Hokus Pokus/ GMA 7)
Gloria Romero (Ok Fine, Ito ang gusto niyo/ABS-CBN 2)

BEST COMEDY ACTOR
Ogie Alcasid (Bubble Gang/GMA 7)
Keempee de Leon (Bahay Mo Ba ‘To?/GMA 7)
Joey de Leon (Nuts Entertainment/ GMA 7)
Dolphy (Quizon Ave./ABS-CBN 2)
Edu Manzano( Ok Fine Whatever / ABS-CBN 2)
Roderick Paulate (Bora/ABS-CBN 2)
Vic Sotto (Daddy di do du/ GMA 7)
Michael V. (Bitoy’s Funniest Videos/GMA 7)
Ronaldo Valdez (Bahay Mo Ba ‘To?/GMA 7)

BEST HORROR/FANTASY PROGRAM
Komiks (ABS-CBN 2)
Ang Mahiwagang Baul (GMA 7)
Nginig (Studio 23)
Wag Kukurap (GMA 7)

BEST DRAMA ACTRESS
Claudine Barretto (Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin/ABS-CBN 2)
Sunshine Dizon (Encantadia Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas/ GMA 7)
Cherie Gil (Gulong Ng Palad/ABS-CBN 2)
Angel Locsin (Majika/GMA 7)
Rica Peralejo (Sa Piling Mo/ ABS-CBN 2
Judy Ann Santos (Sa Piling Mo/ ABS-CBN 2)
Maricel Soriano (Vietnam Rose/ ABS-CBN 2)

BEST DRAMA ACTOR
John Lloyd Cruz (Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin/ ABS-CBN 2)
John Estrada (Vietnam Rose/ ABS-CBN 2)
Christopher de Leon (Now & Forever Presents Agos/GMA 7)
Diether Ocampo (Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin/ABS-CBN 2)
Piolo Pascual (Sa Piling Mo/ ABS –CBN 2)
Albert Martinez (Sa Piling Mo/ABS-CBN 2)
Dennis Trillo (Now & Forever Presents Agos/GMA 7)

BEST VARIETY SHOW
Chowtime Na! (IBC 13)
Eat Bulaga ( GMA 7)
Gets Mo, Gets Ko (IBC13
SMS (IBC 13)
Wowowee (ABS-CBN 2)

BEST MUSICAL VARIETY SHOW
ASAP ’06 (ABS-CBN 2)
ASAP Fanatic (ABS-CBN 2)
SOP Rule (GMA 7)
SOP Gigsters (GMA 7)
Walang Tulugan, The Master Showman (GMA 7)

BEST FEMALE TV HOST
Toni Gonzaga (ASAP ‘06/ABS-CBN 2)
Pia Guanio (Eat Bulaga/GMA 7)
Jaya (SOP/ GMA 7)
Zsa-Zsa Padilla (ASAP ‘06/ABS-CBN 2)
Regine Velasquez (SOP/ GMA 7)

BEST MALE TV HOST
Ogie Alcasid (SOP Rules/ GMA 7)
Joey de Leon (Eat Bulaga/GMA 7)
Raymond Gutierrez (SOP Gigsters/ GMA 7)
Luis Manzano (ASAP ‘06/ ABS-CBN 2)
German Moreno (Walang Tulugan, The Master Showman/GMA 7)
Willie Revillame (Wowowee/ ABS-CBN 2)
Vic Sotto (Eat Bulaga/GMA 7)
Gary Valenciano (ASAP ‘06/ ABS-CBN 2)

BEST SINGLE PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR
Carlo Aquino( Scapular/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ABS-CBN 2)
John Lloyd Cruz ( Greeting Card/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ABS-CBN 2)
Christopher de Leon (Palamig/Maalaala Mo Kaya/ABS-CBN 2
Jhong Hilario (Bangka/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
Jeremy Marquez ( Pag-ahon sa Lusak / Magpakai-lanman/GMA7)

BEST SINGLE PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS
Glaiza de Castro (Rosaryo/Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
Alessandra de Rossi (Pag-ahon sa Lusak/Magpakailanman/GMA 7)
Gloria Diaz (Radyo/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
Jean Garcia (Kalbaryo ng Isang Ina/ The Patricia Peachy Dungalo Story/  Magpakailanman/GMA 7)
Vilma Santos (Regalo/Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
Judy Ann Santos (Rosaryo/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
Maja Salvador (Regalo/Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)

BEST STATION
ABC 5
ABS-CBN 2
IBC 13
GMA 7
NBN 4
QTV 11
RPN 9
STUDIO 23

People’s Taliba
10/15/2006 18:27 PM



Happy 11 thAnniversary BUBBLE GANG!
October 20, 2006, 4:44 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

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Opening no. from Parokya and Kamikazee

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Singing Kay Ganda ng ating Bubble Gang in the tune of Kay Ganda ng Ating musika with Mr. Ryan Cayabyab



I can live without ABS
October 20, 2006, 2:43 pm
Filed under: Kapuso

I just remove that channel in our cable TV memory.  Scanning the channels, that channel won’t be there anymore! Eventhough I can click that number if I want to see horrible shows again. Sure. I’m happy. As a human, I deserve to watch GMA shows. As well as a great and almost perfect network, they deserve highest ratings! Living life clean withpure happiness. Living life watching GMA shows which inspires me and made me proud to be a Filipino!  PROUD TO BE A KAPUSO!



Angel Locsin & Oyo Boy Sotto Team Up In Ghost Flick ‘Text`
October 15, 2006, 3:13 am
Filed under: GMA Films

For the first time ever, real-life sweethearts Angel Locsin and Oyo Boy Sotto are teaming up in a movie since they became a couple more than a year ago. The film is the frightening ghost story TEXT (working title), co-produced by APT Entertainment and Regal Entertainment.

Prior to Text, Oyo and Angel were seen together in the acclaimed Regal teen flick “Kuya,” and the naughty comedy “Singles”. However, it was only after “Singles” was shown in theaters that the two talented performers “officially” became more than just friends.

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Angel and Oyo, however, are quick to point out that “Text” isn’t a kilig movie about sweethearts texting each other lover dovey messages via cellphone. “Oyo plays my boyfriend in Text,” explains Angel. “After he dies in a car crash, he continues sending me scary pictures and texts to show that he’s still with me everywhere I go, and he’ll kill anyone who gets between us.”

For his part, Oyo can’t conceal the excitement he feels for his first all-out horror-flick. “People were probably expecting a kilig movie starring Angel and I at this point in our relationship,” says Oyo, “but we just couldn’t say no to ‘Text’ after we read the script. I love Asian horror movies like The Grudge, The Ring, and Shutter, and this project definitely has that disturbing vibe. Text may not be what people expecting us to do, but we guarantee they won’t be disappointed!”

Even though horrifying murders, ghostly apparitions, and disquieting premonitions will ensure that there’s a never dull moment in Text, the story is driven by a love triangle that moviegoers will be able to get their “kilig” fix from. Playing the third point in this romantic tug-o-war with Oyo and Angel is acclaimed actor Dennis Trillo, who was once romantically linked to Angel during their “Mulawin” days. Dennis and Angel remain good friends, and they can be seen in the top-rating magical fantasy “Majika”. With a captivating, high voltage cast and an eerie, gripping story which cellphone-obsessed Pinoys relate to, Text, is bound to give horror movie buffs a heart-pounding experience that will stay with them long after they’ve left the theater. For a screaming good time, watch out for Text in cinema houses nationwide later this year. It’ll definitely be worth the wait.

A Regal Entertainment Press Release.



20 years
October 15, 2006, 1:50 am
Filed under: Regine Velazquez

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By Nestor Torre
Inquirer
Last updated 11:45pm (Mla time) 09/29/2006
IT’S BEEN some 20 years since Regine Velasquez launched her professional performing career. As a pretty newcomer and singing champion, she impressed audiences with her powerful voice and high notes.

At first, however, her image as a performer was a bit of a blur. Her mentors dressed her in outfits designed to make her look sophisticated and classy, but their “padded shoulder” look also made her resemble a female football linebacker.

Despite the visual kinks, Regine’s singing career rose steadily, and she soon tried her hand at something new for her — movie acting. Alas, she did less well at her new sideline, because she didn’t photograph all that beautifully.

There was nothing wrong with her looks, the problem appeared to be with her eyes, which appeared to look a bit banlag (wall-eyed) on the silver screen.

So, after appearing in some teen flicks, Regine put her movie career on hold, and concentrated on singing and recording. With her wide range and powerful high register, she was a clear winner.

In time, however, Regine was criticized for her relentlessly birit (belting) style of singing. It was impressive, but also predictable, trying-hard and artistically limiting.

Her defenders argued that Regine was simply giving her audience what it wanted — vocal pyrotechnics. It’s true: Pinoy listeners do delight in being blown away by a singer’s powerful high notes, and if their eardrums aren’t given an aural rinsing in this wise, they’re disappointed.

Unfortunately, there’s little that’s artistic about constant belting, so Regine’s growth as a performing artist suffered. Only much later did she heed cautionary comments about her performance, and opt for greater variety and subtlety in her singing.

She also re-launched her acting career — and, this time, she was much more successful. Now that she was older, perfect looks were no longer absolutely required, so Regine clicked by playing kooky characters in a series of dizzy and ditzy romantic comedies.

Here again, however, she was criticized for being too kneejerk-kooky, so the effect of her performance was strained and — that word again — trying-hard.

Despite the brickbats, however, there’s no denying that, two decades after she launched her professional career, Regine is at the top of her game. She has many concerts, hit albums, performance tours abroad, TV shows, movies — why, she’s a veritable one-woman entertainment conglomerate!

Now that she’s marking a major landmark, however, Regine could reevaluate her career thus far, and opt to plan it better, to meet the exigencies and realities of the next 10 or 20 years.

For starters, she could worry about her look as a performer and TV host these days, which she’s been trying to jazz and sex up with revealing outfits. Yes, if you’ve been around for a while, you’ve got to keep surprising your public — but, the operative word is surprising, not shocking your audience.

Regine also needs to face up to rumors about her controversial love life. Whether the rumors are true or not, they tend to confound the younger members of her audience, so some clarification — as in clearing away the debris — is decidedly in order.

In terms of artistry, Regine could try much harder to use her popularity, not just to give her fans what they want, but also to open up new musical horizons for them, and to develop herself more determinedly as a performing artist.

She should also look for newer musical fields to conquer abroad — not the usual Fil-Am audience, but a truly international one. That’ll take a lot of doing, but with her talent and experience, she could pull it off.

Finally, in the movies, Regine should play more age-appropriate roles, and do away with the artificially daft and ditzy acting shticks that some of her injudicious directors have foisted on her.

If she finally presents herself onscreen as her own person, Regine’s fans could love her all the more for it!

Source: http://newsinfo.inq7.net/breakingnews/metroregions/view_article.php?article_id=23944

mga inggit kay REGINE>>>

http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?page=goodLife02_sept20_2006

http://newsinfo.inq7.net/breakingnews/metroregions/view_article.php?article_id=26577




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