TALAGA PALANG maraming hindi makasundo itong si Divine na ina ni Sarah Geronimo. She reportedly caused the firing of Sarah’s make-up artist and stylist, Jing Monis and Eric Pe Benito. Apparently, Divine was incensed when she learned that the two were pro-Gerald Anderson.
While Jing denied outright that it was the reason for his firing, he said that he wants to focus on the management of his salons.
Eric was very vocal in saying that Divine is a control freak. She’s very hard to deal with at mahirap makasundo. Gusto niya ay may control siya sa lahat ng bagay na may kinalaman sa career ni Sarah.
Kung gano’n, bakit hindi ka na lang ang mag-manage sa anak mo, Divine?
Well, Eric was just being honest and we admire him for saying that.
That’s the latest dish on Sarah’s mom. Si Liz Uy na raw ang stylist ni Sarah.
But we heard another story concerning Sarah’s handler sa Viva. Apparently, nagkaroon siya ng ‘unforgettable moment’ with Divine as Sarah was on stage for her birthday concert last June.
Divine reportedly freaked out when she sensed Gerald’s presence in the concert was taking so much time. Naimbiyerna raw ang madir ni Sarah dahil ang feeling niya ay dapat sandali lang sa stage si Gerald kasama ang kanyang anak.
Ano ang gusto mo, Divine, isang minuto lang si Gerald sa stage? Eh, kung gano’n pala, bakit hindi na lang ikaw ang umakyat sa stage, ewan ko lang kung pagkaguluhan ka rin nang katulad ni Gerald. Kilig na kilig nga ang fans when they saw Gerald, ‘no!
At isa pa, hindi mo ba alam na ayaw ngang pumunta ni Gerald sa concert ng anak mo, kaya lang ay tinawagan siya ng isang taga-Viva para may kilig factor sa concert ni Sarah, ‘no!
Anyway, naimbiyerna raw talaga ang beauty ni Divine dahil sa ilang minuto ring nagtagal sa stage si Gerald kasama si Sarah. Infuriated, Divine reportedly lambasted Sarah’s handler because of the incident. The handler did the most logical thing to do – nag-resign siya kaagad.
VICE GANDA wants to be an action star.
“‘Yung totoong action. Gusto kong maging first bading na gumagawa ng totoong action,” Vice revealed during the presscon for This Guy’s In Love With You, Mare.
“Sabi ko nga, ‘direk gusto kong tumalon sa San Juanico bridge, ‘yung ginawa ni Dante Varona. Meron dito sa movie na tatalon ako from the terrace, tatalon ako pababa pero pinadobolan. Ayaw nila akong payagan,” chika ni Vice.
He also revealed na he will be glad kung makakasama niya si Maricel Soriano sa isang project.
“Kung drama man, gusto kong maranasan na masampal ni Maricel Soriano,” he said, adding, “Magkaibigan na kami. Binigay niya ang number niya sa akin. Ang saya-saya ko talaga. Hinabol ko siya nu’ng isang araw (at) nagpa-picture ako sa kanya.”
DEREK RAMSAY is the newest superhero on television. He’s playing kasi Kidlat in his latest show on TV5.
“I’ve never been so excited about a project. Know I get to dress up in superhero outfit,” he said.
How the costume looks like? He shared that it was made by the same guy who did X-Men and Daredevil.
He took on Kidlat because when he saw on the design he loved it. He loved the concept. “The whole process was long and grueling but you have to do it. I have to be covered with slime from head to toe including my, you know, my ‘package’. I have people who have spatula just to make sure that, you know. It’s a weird feeling. It gets weirder when they cover your face and give you hose to breathe. ‘Yun na ‘yun, eh. Pagkatapos noon isesemento naman ang buong katawan mo. You have difficulty breathing. Talagang tiis.”
Derek’s challenged by his new TV role. “It’s a challenge. I love challenges. I think it’s every boy or girl’s dream to dress up like superhero. At my age, it’s coming true. Funny lang. I am an actor but I never thought I could be a superhero. It’s the last thing that I thought I could probably do.”
What’s the difference of Kidlat to other superheroes? “He’s not a superhero who’s got powers who came from another planet. He is a regular guy and something happens to him and his mother which gives him power. But he believes it’s a curse. Given the special powers comes a lot of sacrifice. I can’t mention kasi. It’s hard to explain. It’s very endearing.”
by Alex Valentine Brosas