Gov. Vilma Santos all’s well with Asia’s Hair Diva Evelyn Alvaran
KAHIT sa last leg ng Hair Asia’s touring livelihood project ni Evelyn Alvaran billed “Individuality Voltage” which is actually a competition and a hair show workshop sponsored by the First Lady Andrea Bautista-Ynares of Antipolo, Rizal, naging usap-usapan pa rin ang sigalot na dulot sa sinulat ni Anthony Solis kung saan pinagmukha niyang si Gov. Vilma Santos ay walang concern sa mga kababaihan ng Batangas. Kesyo ayaw raw mag-sponsor ni Ate Vi ng isang pangkabuhayang hair-cutting seminar.
Ito ay ikinababahala ni Gov. Vi dahil sa totoo lang ay walang humpay ang livelihood initiative projects niya para sa mga kababaihan ng Batangas. Papano naman daw di malalaman ni Ate Vi ang mga ganitong “bad press,” eh lahat ng broadsheets at tabloids meron siya, sabi pa nga ng katotong si Jimmy Escala.
Mabuti na lang at kinorek agad ang naturang kanegahan ng isang statement (dito sa Remate) galing sa isang international well-known make-over artist na si James Cooper who knows Ate Vi like a book having worked with her in similar direction. Tuloy naging katanggap-tanggap para kay Evelyn Alvaran ang paliwanang ni James Cooper na most likely somewhere there was but a trifle failure in communication in-between.
Through James Cooper, the peace pipe was laid down between Gov. Vi and Evelyn Alvaran. All’s well that ends well. By the way, the peacemaker James Cooper if you still don’t know, is the first ever Filipino gay impersonator of both Shirley Bassey and Diana Ross who travelled through much of the entertainment capitals of the world, Las Vegas included in the phenomenal and international blockbuster roadshows of the legendary singer-actress Cher whose makeover he used to do at Beverly Hills, California along with other top Hollywood celebs.
Cooper is the proprietor of several high-end several hair salons in Metro Manila. He prides in having all his makeup artists being highly sustainable and covered by prestigious insurance companies like Manulife. In short he is not an exploiter like some high profile salon proprietors that we know.
James Cooper and Evelyn Alvaran are like two halves of an apple, intertwined in their advocacy to extend highly affordable livelihood program through haircutting and makeover seminars via the local government network nationwide.
The next stop of their hair caravan project “Individuality Voltage” featuring “Matrix Got Talent Competition” is Davao where the people are famously touted the most disciplined in the country yet, if not the world. Will it be Gov. Vi’s Batangas after Davao, ha James Cooper?