Ferminata araw-araw na naman kinakana si Mo Twister dahil sa inggit sa talino nito’t kasariwaan
HAHAHAHAHA! Just when good things are positively coming the King of Talk’s way, Ferminata’s hosting career seems to have been appallingly (Hahahahahaha!) down in the dumps.
Her Juicy appears to have been aptly labelled as the show to shun away from. Hahahahaha! And no one seems to be interested anymore to watch it specially so now that it gets aired at the graveyard shift of TV5. Hahahahahahaha!
Palpably, the show is perceived to be nearing its abysmal end and no amount of effort on the part of the aging radio and teevee host can save it from total annihilation. Hahahahahahaha!
Ang laos ay laos ay laos!
Period. Walang comma!
Pa’no naman kasi, time and again, she’s been assiduously reminded to change her hackneyed hosting style and have it adapted to the demands of the ever-changing times.
But the not-so-pleasant to look at matrona has adamantly stuck to her old style and the end-product has infinitely become more disastrous.
Anyway, Mr. Perci Intalan is moving heaven and earth to protect her ngangaerang protegee but to no avail. Hahahahahaha!
Ang laos ay laos ay laos!
Kung bakit naman kasi ayaw mag-diet para hindi mga tent-like outfits ang pinagsususuot.
Her pugnose is also badly in need of some cosmetic enhancements, why doesn’t she pay Doctor Manny Calayan a visit one of these days?
I’m sure he can do something about her gross obesity, along with her nose problem.
Nose problem raw, o! Hahahahahahaha!
Anyway, doble-cara talaga itong si Ferminata. Imagine, When Mo Twister was still a of their cheap showbiz-oriented talkshow Juicy (which is the exact opposite of the show’s content since it’s veritably dull and boring! Hakhakhak!), feeling close siya rito at parang magkakapatid kuno sila.
But look at the horrible things that this cheap matrona has been writing about the beleaguered guy lately.
Lahat na yata ng negang aspeto, (sang-ayon ito sa kanyang bornok na pananaw, huh? Hahahahahaha! Cheapanggetch!) nang pagkatao nu’ng tao ay sini-series niya sa cheap columns niyang very much wanting of credibility.
Ang kapal-kapal talaga, di ba naman?
Dati, feeling close at most protective kuno of Mo pero nang magbabu na sa kanilang rating-less na showbiz-oriented program ‘yung tao dahil marami ngang problemang kinahaharap, hayan at araw-araw na ginawa ng Diyos ay wala nang ginawa ang ngangaerang ito kundi laitin at pisak-pisakin ‘yung tao dahil lihim na inggit na inggit siya sa kasosyalan nito at pagka-flawless.
Ang mga peklataytis…bow! Hahahahahahahaha!
Iba talaga ang karakas ng matronang ito. Doble-cara to-the-max talaga! Hahahahaha!
Kuya Boy hataw ang hosting career!
ANYWAY, if horrible things are abysmally coming Ferminata’s way, Kuya Boy Abunda is now certainly Asia’s King of Talk as his late-night program, The Bottomline with Boy Abunda, was recently hailed as the Best Talk Show for 2011 in the 16th Asian TV Awards, besting out top Asian programs, including Talk Asia of CNN Hong Kong and The Euthanasia Debate of New Delhi Television in India.
According to Kuya Boy, who personally received the trophy in an awarding ceremonies held in Singapore, he was overjoyed when their show was announced as winner, he could not recall everything he said in his acceptance speech.
“I really thought I had gotten used to receiving awards but this one made me so nervous. I was in a daze that I could not even describe my reaction that night but surely it was way beyond happiness. All I can remember was that I proudly dedicated the trophy to my beloved country, the Philippines,” he said.
The famed talk show host also dedicated his latest accolade to the men and women working behind the camera. He paid tribute to the Bottomline staff who are all passionate in putting up the ‘best’ episode every week. “In every episode of Bottomline,” you can ‘smell’ the sweat and ‘hear’ the heartbeat of everyone in the team. Each one of us truly loves the show,” he stressed
Kuya Boy further shared that he was at first hesitant to attend the awards night because of her sick ‘Nanay Lesing’ whom he has been taking care of since the latter was diagnosed with dementia.
“I was really confused if I was going to push through. Apart from the fact that I knew we were not sure that we’ll win since we were competing against the big names like CNN, I was scared to leave my Nanay. That was why I asked for her permission, to which she agreed,” Abunda narrated.
Bottomline’s particular episode that earned the award was that of Maguindanao Governor Esmael Toto Mangundadatu’s guesting, which according to Abunda got the nods of the judges because of its ‘international appeal’ as it tackled the highly publicized Maguidanao massacre.
He remarked, “There was a unique rhythm and certain rawness in the episode that I think made it a standout. Perhaps the judges recognize that the show is young, brave, and adventurous.”
Meanwhile, Segunda Mano leading man Dingdong Dantes took the ‘hot seat’ last Saturday and answered tough questions from the King of Talk.
He revealed the reasons that made him ‘visit’ the Kapamilya Network and his vast experiences while working with the Queen of All Media Kris Aquino.
The Bottomline with Boy Abunda gets aired every Saturday night, 11:30 p.m., after Banana Split on ABS-CBN.
Young actress di nakilala ng press dahil bonggang nose job at eskalerang figure!
HAHAHAHAH! So nakatatawa naman ang reaction ng isang entertainment editor ng isang tabloid na identified sa isang sikat na network pero di talaga makilala ang gandarang young actress na kasama sa isang trilogy na isa sa mga frontliners sa darating na MMFF.
Pano naman, kung dati’y Chabelita ang young actress, these days she has become svelte and eye-catchingly comely.
Eskalera rin ang kanyang nose job kaya halos di mo na nga siya makikilala kung di mo siya pakatititigan nang husto. Hahahahahaha!
Imagine, tulad nang sinabi ko kanina, ultimong publicist ng kanilang network ay di na siya makilala. Hakhakhakhak!
The things that cosmetic enhancements indeed can do to a person! Hahahahahaha!
Eugene Domingo stand out sa ‘Shake, Rattle & Roll 13’
IBANG-IBANG klaseng Eugene Domingo ang napanood sa “Shake, Rattke & Roll 13” ng working press nang magkaroon ito ng premiere night sa SM Megamall 9 the other night.
Quiet ang kanyang acting rito at kakakaba ang twist and turns sa pelikula na marami talagang surprises along the way.
Awesome ang dating ng mga flood scenes sa pelikula at nakapaninindig-balahibo ang pagpatak ng ulan na parang nagbabadya ng di kagandahang mga mangyayari.
Sa bandang ending ng kanyang Rain, Rain, Go Away episode, parang na-shock talaga kami sa unexpected ending ng movie.
Anyway, priority ni Eugene ang entry niya sa Regal in this year’s Metro Manila Film Fest. Even if she has other entries, the great actress/comedienne has made a vow to support Regal’s entry.
“Mas pinili kong sumakay sa float ng Shake, Rattle & Roll sa Parade of Stars sa December 24,” she coos. “Gusto kong suklian ang pagpapahalagang ibinigay sa akin nina Mother Lily at Roselle Monteverde.
“Hindi kasi sila nag-atubiling gastusan ang episode ko kahit one third lang ito sa kabuuan ng pelikula.
“Saka sa iba kong movies,” she adds lightheartedly, “malalaking artista na ang nandoon kaya gusto kong mag-stand-out sa sarili kong float. Hahahahaha!
“Kidding aside, alam kong maiintindihan ng mga kasama ko sa ibang movies ang situation ko.
“I owe Mother Lily and Roselle a lot,” she adds in earnest, “dahl sa trust and support na nadama ko sa kanila sa aking career.”
Eugene also emphasizes that their director Cris Martinez purportedly did a great job on her episode which she co-starred with Jay Manalo, Edgar Allan Guzman and Boots Anson Roa.
Aside from Eugene’s episode, SR&R 13 also boasts of two other horrifying tales: Direk Jerrold Tarog’s Parola which stars Kathryn Bernardo, Sam Concepcion, Louise de los Reyes, Hiro Magalona, Dimples Romana, Julia Clarete; and Tamawo which highlights Zanjoe Marudo’s acting virtuousity and Maricar Reyes thesoic talent.
Agaw eksena rin ang acting ng batang si Bugoy Carino and Ms. Celia Rodriguez provides a good support under the inspired direction of Richard Sommes.
SR&R detonates in many downtown cinemas on the 25th of Decmber.
Incidentally, the traditional Parade of Stars is set for Saturday, Dec. 24 and to be participated in by the official entries to the biggest and most exciting annual movie event.
The parade starts at 2 p.m. at the Mall of Asia, going to EDSA, turning left to Roxas Boulevard, and going straight to Quirino Grandstand at the Luneta where a variety show will be mounted.
This year’s goal according to Atty. Francis Tolentino, chairman of the MMFF, is P600 million, which is not hard to meet considering the big stars and production values of the seven entries.
Awards night is set for Dec. 28 a the Resorts World Performing Arts Theater and to be hosted by Cesar Montano and Ai-Ai delas Alas.
Kinabog ni Papa Bong ang ibang MMFF entries sa kabonggahan!
TONGUE-TIED ang inyong kolumnista sa kabonggahan ni Papa Bong Revilla na taon-taon ay wala talagang makatalbog sa kanyang festival entry.
Senator Bong didn’t hesitate to splurge if only to make his friends from the press enormously happy.
Anyway, sa kabonggahan ng pelikula (huwag na lang sa anda, noh? Hahahahaha!) from beginning to end, tongue-tied ka talaga sa production values ng movie na talaga namang wala kang masabi dahil all-out ang magiting na senador para mapaganda lang ang kanilang Panday2 entry na Hollywoodesque ang arrive.
Laban ka? Hahahahahahaha!
Watching the movie will make you veritably feel enormously proud that you’re a Filipino.
Ang ganda-ganda ng trick shots at parang too realistic talaga ang mga eksenang na- kikipaglaban si Panday kay Lizardo (Philip Salvador).
Bongga rito ang exposures ng GMA babies na sina Alden Richards at Kris Bernal.
Anyway, well-attended namang tunay ang grand premiere night ng nasabing pelikula.
But typical of the Revilla clan, walang umuwing luhaan at isa nga sa sinuwerteng ma nalo ng grand prizes ay sina Abe Paulite at ang bossom buddy naming si Peter Ledes- ma.
Kainggit naman. Hahahahahaha!
Going back to the Panday2 movie, bongga ang surprise appearance ni Ms. Lorna Tolen- tino sa bandang ending ng movie.
Wala pa ring kupas ang kanyang ganda at eskalerang tunay habang tumatawa siya in a ‘witchy’ manner. Hahahahahahaha!
Na-miss ko si Ate Vi habang nanonood ng MMFF entries
DATI-RATI, almost regular fixture sina Queenstar Vilma Santos at Superstar Nora Aunor sa annual Metro-Manila filmfest.
But this year, sad ang following ng dalawang multi-awarded actress dahil hindi sila kasali, hence, won’t be competing at the best actress category.
Laking panghihinayang ng mga Vilmanians dahil hindi nagawang ihabol ng Star Cinema ang kanilang The Healing kung saan headliners sina Ate Vi at Kim Chiu.
Ewan ko ba pero on our part, nanghihinayang talaga kami na walang pelikulang kasama sa festival ang mga lehitimong reyna ng Philippine cinema na sina Vi at Guy (or Guy at Vi, if you wish).
Maybe some other time but it’s nice to watch the avid following of the two great actresses slugging it out just to prove to all and sundry who’s really the greatest actress of all time.
On our part, like we’ve always said in the past, the actress in Nora I will always admire from a distance but the wonderful persona that is Ate Vi will always be etcged in our heart forever.
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