Matulis na pulitiko, matinik sa sexy stars!

MATINIK SA MGA magaganda at seksing showbiz bebots ang isang pulitiko sa Kabisayaan. At hindi basta startlet ang nakukuha at nabubuntis ng pulitikong ito. May mga namesung ang mga nadadale nito.

Isang dating miyembro ng dati ring sikat na all-female group ang sinasabing huling naanakan ng matulis na pulitiko. Pero bago iyon, isang French ang sinasabing bubuyog na umaali-aligid sa bulaklak na ito. Ano kaya ang nangyari at nasalisihan o naagaw ng isa pang bubuyog ang nektar ni sexy star?

May mga anak din (mga anak, ibig sabihin hindi lang isa) ang nasabing pulitiko sa isa pang dating sexy star. Dating beauty queen ang nasabing sexy star at dalawang beses nitong ni-represent ang bansa sa dalawang magkahiwalay na world beauty titles: ‘yung isa, sa Ecuador; ‘yung isa, sa India.

Kahit daw pinagsawaan na ang former beauty queen, at nakahanap na ng iba pang kandungan ang pulitiko, hindi raw ito maiwan-iwan. Ginagamit kasi ng former beauty queen ang kanilang mga anak bilang panakot sa pulitiko.

Sinu-sino sila? Ang pulitiko ay may-ari ng isang gaming business; may kuneksiyon ang launching movie ng ex-member ng all-female group sa tulay sa EDSA at sa Mexico; at huling lumabas ang former beauty queen sa isang teleseryeng may kinalaman sa perlas.

At least, nagkakalat ng magagagandang lahi si pulitiko sa kapuluaan ng Pilipinas, huh!

(By Danilo Jaime Flores)

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  1. At fifteen, Daisy Reyes won Mod Cerinas de Manila pageant, her first taste of pageantry. A year after, she tried her luck at Eat Bulaga’s Beautiful Girl but failed to make it to the finals. While in college at Arellano University, a talent scout spotted the statuesque beauty and prod her to join Miss Manila pageant placing second runner-up. In 1995, she joined Mutya ng Pilipinas pageant winning second runner-up to Maricel Morales and Faith Amigo. The title Mutya ng Pilipinas Expo-International gave her the opportunity to represent the country in Miss Expo-International pageant in Ecuador that year where she landed in the top five. She joined Bb. Pilipinas a year after. Inspite of the insurmountable pressure, she stood her ground and was finally crowned Bb. Pilipinas-World and was also awarded the Best in Long Gown. She went on to compete in Miss World pageant in India representing the Philippines. Though she failed to make it to the top ten, she was adjudged Miss Personality in a bevy of 89 world beauties.

    Right after her reign, Daisy was managed by ace talent manager Lolit Solis. She has done a string of movies in just a short period of time. But it was in the critically acclaimed movie “Carino Brutal” with Rossana Roces where she received praises from movie and television critics for her stellar performance. She has also done movies with some of the biggest names in Philippine movies such as Rudy Fernandez in “Palaban & Birador,” Hinahanap-Hanap Kita” with Aga Muhlach, now senator Lito Lapid in “Lisensyado” and Albert Martinez in “Scorpio Nights 2.”

    Although Daisy is better known as a beauty queen and actress, music is Daisy’s first love and passion. She has been singing rock songs since twelve. Her first contest piece was “LUHA” by Sakada. At thirteen, she was part of DZRH’s “Fiesta Caravan” performing team of the late Ric Radam. When her reign as Bb. Pilipinas ended in 1997, she wanted to concentrate on her music but fate had its way. Movie and television offers came so music was set-aside temporarily. But in 2002, her dream of becoming a recording artist finally materialized when she was offered a recording deal by Dyna Records giving birth to her self-titled album. “Tayo’y Magsayawan,” the carrier single made an impression. During her acting lay low, she reconnected with her rock roots by taking up guitar and drum lessons. Together with her best friend and new-found manager John de la Vega, she then formed a band called DAZE and started doing the live performance circuit. Together with her band, Daisy has performed in various bars such as Bagaberde, Atchie’s, Friends, Aruba and Metro Phi.

    The recently-released second album “Ode to the Irony of Love” took almost a year for completion. Daisy personally oversaw all aspects covering its production. The result is a whole new pop-rock-alternative album which is composed of five original compositions, three revivals and two acoustic versions. Daisy with Montage productions, secured the nods of rock goddesses Natalie Merchant and Sampaguita for her to revive their big hits “Kind and Generous” and Tao.”

    “Kind and Generous” was done by Natalie Merchant after she parted ways with the legendary group 10,000 Maniacs. “Tao” on the other hand is a classic hit of the Pinoy Rock Icon Sampaguita. “Ode to the Irony of love” is produced by Montage Music and distributed by Galaxy Records with carrier single, “I’ll Never be the One” a latin pop- rock music composed by Brian Sta Ana.

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  2. so si andrea del rosario nga at si daisy reyes (ayon sa research ni deeanne). ang koneksiyon ng tulay sa edsa at mexico ay parehong may guadalupe (lupe ang title ng launching movie ni andrea del rosario. pero sino nga ang pulitiko? ang hirap namang hulaan nito…

  3. yan sigurong si deeane ang nagpablind item nito kasi mukang pinaghandaan nya ang comment nya! hahaa! si miguel zubiri ba yung pilitician? 

  4. sino ang politician? wa pakels sa beauty queen.. deeane me galit ka ke daisy reyes? hahaha .. talaga lng ha complete details..

  5. ang haba ng write-up ni deeanne about daisy reyes. im just curious why, and why here? i dont want to sound so mean, but, so what?

  6. At fifteen, Daisy Reyes won Mod Cerinas de Manila pageant, her first taste of pageantry. A year after, she tried her luck at Eat Bulaga’s Beautiful Girl but failed to make it to the finals. While in college at Arellano University, a talent scout spotted the statuesque beauty and prod her to join Miss Manila pageant placing second runner-up.

    In 1995, she joined Mutya ng Pilipinas pageant winning second runner-up to Maricel Morales and Faith Amigo. The title Mutya ng Pilipinas Expo-International gave her the opportunity to represent the country in Miss Expo-International pageant in Ecuador that year where she landed in the top five.

    She joined Bb. Pilipinas a year after. In spite of the insurmountable pressure, she stood her ground and was finally crowned Bb. Pilipinas-World and was also awarded the Best in Long Gown. She went on to compete in Miss World pageant in India representing the Philippines. Though she failed to make it to the top ten, she was adjudged Miss Personality in a bevy of 89 world beauties.

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