Kim Chiu, nahihiya kay Kuya Germs – Morly Alinio

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MALI ANG BALITANG nagkausap na si Kim Chui at si German Moreno matapos na diumano ay “mabastos” ang taunang award na ibinibigay niya Kuya Germs sa mga  kabataan para sa FAMAS Award.

Ang balita kasi ay personal daw na kinausap nina Kim at Gerald Anderson si Kuya Germs. “No, hindi pa po. Wala pa pong nangyayaring pag-uusap. Actually, nahihiya nga po ako kay Kuya Germs pero sabi naman sa akin ni Mr. M ay okey na, nakausap na nila si Kuya Germs at huwag na akong mag-alala,” sabi ni Kim.

Ayon kay Kim,  hindi nila intensiyon na bastusin ang pagbibigay parangal ni Kuya Germs dahil noong FAMAS night ay naroon sila ni Gerald para tanggapin ang nasabing parangal. Nagkataon na matagal ang nasabing programa kung at kinailangan nilang umalis agad kahit hindi pa nila natatanggap ang German Moreno Youth Achievement Award. “Hindi na naman siguro kami pupunta du’n kung may intensiyon kaming mang-isnab. Kung medyo hindi pa siguro masyadong gabi at kung wala lang kaming gagawin ay maghihintay kami.”

Sinabi ni Kim na nasa bahay na nila ang award na ibinigay ni Kuya Germs. “Hindi ko po alam kung ano ang magiging reaction ko kapag nakita ko si Kuya Germs kasi parang nahihiya talaga ako sa nangyari. Pero kung magsasalubong ang aming landas ay babati ako sa kanya at personal na magpapasalamat.”

PUMIRMA NG PANIBAGONG kontratang for two years si John Lloyd Cruz sa ABS-CBN at tuloy na ang gagawin nilang teleserye ni Angel Locsin at  movie with Sarah Geronimo and Bea Alonzo.

“Actually, unang gagawin ay ‘yung movie namin ni Bea at ‘yung kay Sarah ,e, baka matagalan pa iyon,” sabi ni Lloydie. Excited si John Lloyd sa muling pagsasama nila ni Bea. “Matagal din kaming hindi nagkasama kaya medyo excited ako.”

Sinabi pa  rin ng aktor na hindi na siya umaasang magkakabalikan pa sila ni Liz Uy pero hindi niya sinasarado ang kanyang pintuan sa posibleng mangyari sa kanila ng dating girlfriend.
INAMIN NI JUDY ANN Santos na namimili na siya ngayon ng mga damit pambuntis bilang paghahanda sa posibleng mangyari sa kanya sa hinaharap.

“Pagkatapos ng kasal, natural pagbubuntis na ang dapat kong isipin and then next du’n ang pagkakaroon ng anak,” say ng aktres.
Hindi naman ganu’n karaming maternity dress ang binili ni Juday pero sexy maternity dresses ang kanyang napili.

“Ewan ko ba, parang gusto kong isiping buntis ako pero wala pa talaga. Gusto na talaga namin ni Ryan na mabuntis ako.”

Ayon kay Juday, sa sandaling mabuntis siya ay hindi na siya magwo-work at pansamantala siyang hihinto sa pag-aartista para bigyan ng importansiya ang magiging baby nila ni Ryan.

“Plano na talaga namin ni Ryan na huminto ako sa work if ever na magbuntis ako kaya nga ngayon pa lang gusto ko nang tapusin ang lahat ng aking mga commitments para sa sandaling magbuntis ako, e, wala nang problema.”

Itinanggi ni Juday na nagpaalam siya sa Star Cinema at hindi na niya gagawin ang pelikula with Sarah Geronimo. “No, hindi totoo iyan. Tuloy na tuloy pa rin ang movie na aming gagawin. My God, hindi pa ako buntis para hindi ko tapusin ‘yung mga naunang commitments na  natanguan ko.”

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by Morly Alinio

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  2. In 1961, when Liberal Party standard-bearer Diosdado Macapagal was in the midst of a victorious presidential campaign, today’s presidential aspirant Manny Villar Jr. was 11 years old and living with his large extended family in a rented three-story corner house along Tondo’s main tree-lined boulevard, Moriones Street.

    Villar’s father, Manuel Sr., was a US-educated Philippine government budget officer and his mother was an enterprising fish dealer, one of a privileged few with a choice stall in Divisoria market, one of Manila’s busiest.

    By that year, Evelyn Villar, Manny’s aunt and Manuel Sr.’s sister, had already been a leading lady in movies produced by the major studio LVN. Evelyn hung out with Rosa Rosal, Delia Razon and other LVN stars at the time, and would occasionally sleep over in the Moriones house.

    It was also a time when, candidate Manny Villar would like voters to believe, his family was almost desperately poor, judging from the songs, rhetoric and political ads that have formed the main narrative of his political campaign.

    “Ako, noong first 11 years of my life, talagang squatter kami noong araw. Lahat, dinaanan ko yan,” the senator said two weeks ago.

    In 1962, as Villar was turning 13, his younger brother Danny, then three, died of leukemia, after his family had already transferred from Moriones to the upscale San Rafael Village in North Balut, Tondo (San Rafael village spans the border between Tondo and Navotas).

    But in a political ad that has stopped airing, Villar claimed that his family was so poor then that they couldn’t buy the medicines that could have saved his brother’s life.

    His critics and political opponents have since challenged the veracity of his claims to childhood destitution, leading Villar and his allies to back track a bit and halt some of the more questionable ads proclaiming his pauper roots, including the now famous music ad about swimming in a sea of garbage and spending Christmas on the streets, as if Villar and his siblings were urchins caroling to motorists.

    The argument about the Villar family’s true economic status has become one of the bitterest bones of contention in this overheated political season, and has led to spirited exchanges in the media and on the web about what constituted real poverty in the early 1960s.

    GMANews.TV has spent the past month trying to get to the bottom of Villar’s childhood poverty claims, interviewing neighbors, family members, and retired and active fish vendors who used to source their fish from Manny’s mother, Curing. She was acknowledged by both family members and her fellow-fish dealers as the entrepreneur in the family, and whom the candidate credits for teaching him the rudiments of business.

  3. Judy Ann, we waited 7 years for my first child. We are so eager to have a child that it caused so much stress and anxiety. We finally gave up on the 7th year and just as when we are getting ready to adopt a child, I got pregnant. So you see, relax and enjoy life first. Don’t be pressured with all the hoopla about getting pregnant. It will come in time. Good luck.

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