By Lil Kitty
Riding on the mammoth success of the movie Twilight, ABSCBN, according to reports, paid a whooping $ 1 million for the exclusive rights to turn the romantic-fantasy film into a television series. Although the broadcasting giant has denied the report, rants and raves already had circulated around internet forums and blogosphere. Even famous Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton featured the report in his blog.
Hilton’s post was flooded by raging comments (8,000 negative comments) from American Twilight fanatics. One comment there said that he’s a Filipino but he feels ashamed because he believes that ABSCBN will just do a ridiculous remake. After negative feedbacks, the link on ABSCBN News Online Beta, where the report came from, was permanently removed. It only means that Takipsilim that was supposed to headline Shaina Magdayao and Rayver Cruz as the lead stars is just a hoax.
Meanwhile, former beauty queen Carlene Aguilar was spotted wet.
Mama wants to get hotter so she bares her skin like what those voluptuous single ladies do. Because she thinks she’s sizzling, she dips her self in a glass water tank to see that mama can still look awesome even wet for hours.
Carlene welcomes the readers of a male magazine with her statuesque figure in a wet fashion. According to the former lover of Dennis Trillo, hotness should not stop at motherhood so she makes a bold statement by posing in a two-piece bikini believing that people will get notice of her once again.
If you’ve noticed Carlene’s bold move, we have something to tell that might give you another reason why you should not allow your children to watch Wowowee.
Willie Revillame’s noontime show is assigning a new meaning to the word smile. We don’t know if the script writers of the show and or even the hosts had visited their dictionary lately. Maybe it is just their numskulled idea to promote the new tagline of Coke. In a segment sponsored by the product, people in the audience are asked to give their most beautiful smiles. What makes it noticeable hilarious and then irritating is when Willie asks the sound engineer to stop the background music to give way to a laugh that supposed to be just a grin.
“Out music, okay smile,” Willie would say giving the microphone to the lucky audience who sometimes lacks teeth on his gum. “Smile ‘yung may tunog,” and the word massacre continue.