Two Sundays ago, Anne Curtis belted a Regine Velasquez hit on Asap stage. The audience cheered and gave her a round of applause not for her singing though but because of her overwhelming confidence performing a rather difficult piece.
FHM Philippines’ first-ever Pinay on the cover and winner of its legendary FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World campaign makes a major comeback as Sunshine Cruz graces the cover of FHM’s April issue. “Sa totoo lang, di ko talaga akalain na gagawa pa uli ako ng FHM cover,” Sunshine admits.
In the recently-concluded Gawad Tanglaw, the Best Television Station plum was given to GMA Network and ABS-CBN. Good thing, the organizers prepared two trophies making the rival stations walk home happy bagged their own respective badge of being the best in the business.
The use of sexual innuendos in movies and television is a common practice, as it is perceived as the most effective way to elicit attention. In this very same manner, Regal Films introduced its opening salvo for 2013, Seduction.
After putting GMA-7′s Sunday musical variety show “Party Pilipinas” on six months probation due to the sexually-charged production number of Lovi Poe and Rocco Nacino in January, the Movie Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) strikes again by calling the attention of ABS-CBN’s ASAP 18. The agency is set to conduct a gender-sensitivity investigation against ASAP …
Seventeen-year-old Adriana Latonio earned a spot in the American Idol 2013 Top 20 after last night’s “Sudden Death” Las Vegas rounds. Ten of the girls took to the stage to fight for five spots and Adriana’s version of Aretha Franklin’s “Ain’t No Way” wowed the judges and she was put through. Adriana is American Idol‘s first …
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has placed “Party Pilipinas” on a six-month probation due to a production number of Lovi Poe and Rocco Nacino showing the two stars dancing on top of a bed on the show’s January 27 episode.
A romantic film with a twist of comedy, a reunion movie shot entirely in Amsterdam and Paris, a funny gay indie flick and a biopic of a famous politician: these are the films local cinema has to offer this February.