Multimedia princess, Nadine Lustre wins the Favorite Pinoy Star award from Nickelodeon announced today, March 13.
Nadine was declared as winner on the annual event against other nominees, Liza Soberano, Janella Salvador, and Janine Gutierrez, after gathering the most number of votes on Nickelodeon's website and also on Twitter and Facebook using hashtags.
Anne Curtis and fiance, Erwan Heusaff has been quiet about details and plans regarding their upcoming wedding. However, during the "It's Showtime" presscon on Tuesday, Anne entertained a few questions.
She said, "Actually, we’re gonna start planning this coming Easter holidays.
“So, that’s the time na we will start planning.”
The press also asked if her "It's Showtime" co-hosts will be a part of the entourage.
“Hindi naman siguro lahat will be part of the entourage, pero meron po.”
The 32-year old actress, also confirmed that the wedding will happen this year.
“It will happen this year."
It was last November when the two broke the internet with the announcement of their engagement in New York.
Rogue March 2017 issue: The Music Issue, featured different music icons of the country including Pilita Corales, APO Hiking Society, and our very own, Boss Vic Del Rosario.
Boss Vic is known for being Viva's Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Vicor Music Corporation. Being in the entertainment industry for three decades, he has established his name with numerous achievements, whether in film or music. Know more of his story in this issue of Rogue.
THE RISKY BUSINESS OF BEING BOSS VIC
"The story of the golden age of original Pilipino Music is the story of Vic del Rosario’s career, the college dropout who learned the ropes on the job and in no time, with his eye for talent and business savvy, was lording it over the local industry, sparking the boom of Manila Sound and conceiving of the Metropop, creating superstars like Freddie Aguilar to Sharon Cuneta, while mining talents from Canseco to Caybayab in between. Jerome Gomez sits down with the big boss of local entertainment to talk about the decade when it all happened."
Singer and actress, Donnalyn Bartolome, recently topbilled a romantic-comedy movie along with Paul Salas and other uprising Viva Artists.
Last February 24, the movie premiered at the SM Megamall graced by the whole cast and their fans.
The tickets at the premiere night were all sold out, so for those of you who wasn't able to come, here's your chance!
According to Donnalyn's recent Facebook status, the movie will be uploaded on her YouTube channel on March 17 at 6:30PM!
She further wrote, "I've worked so hard to finish this project, no good sleep for about a week so let me just thank God for giving me the strength I needed to complete my mission of making people happy. I love you Papa God!"
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