PAULA ABDUL - Dance Like There's No Tomorrow Music Video

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Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow” is Paula Abdul’s first single release in twelve years. The song was written by Obi and Josh (known as DEEKAY), Lil’ Eddie, Shae Patrick Skinner and Eritza Laues. The track was produced by DEEKAY and Randy Jackson. Additional vocal production was done by Oliver Leiber. Abdul sings in breathy vocals over a uptempo electronic beat. Abdul’s last single was “Ain’t Never Gonna Give You Up” released in 1996.



Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow
(Paula Abdul)

All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor
Get lost in the night
And dance like there’s no tomorrow
Don’t care about the sunrise
Somebody please just hit the lights
All I wanna do is dance like there’s no tomorrow

Today just wasn’t my day
Everyone’s getting me so fed up
I’ve gotta find a way
I know what can make me feel better
Stepping out in my best
Looking hotter than ever
Wherever the party is
That’s where I’ll be in a second

I’m so ready to move my body
Forget about all my problems
When I hear that song
I’m lose control
Hey, here I go

All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor
Get lost in the night
And dance like there’s no tomorrow
Don’t care about the sunrise
Somebody please just hit the lights
All I wanna do is dance like there’s no tomorrow

I’m loving the atmosphere
Feels like I’m floating in heaven
The music’s all in my ear
Taking over me
My heart’s racing
Feeling so Hollywood
How I got everybody staring
Their eyes are the cameras
And I’m loving all the attention

Get up, ’bout to move my body
Forget about all my problems
They’re playing our song
I’m lose control
Hey, here I go

All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor
Get lost in the night
And dance like there’s no tomorrow
Don’t care about the sunrise
Somebody please just hit the lights
All I wanna do is dance like there’s no tomorrow

Please DJ
Don’t say it’s the last one
Cause I know what it means
And I don’t want you to play no slow song
I’m still building the nerve to talk to that guy
Just give me another song and make it right

All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor
Get lost in the night
And dance like there’s no tomorrow
Don’t care about the sunrise
Somebody please just hit the lights
All I wanna do is dance like there’s no tomorrow

All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor
Get lost in the night
And dance like there’s no tomorrow
Don’t care about the sunrise
Somebody please just hit the lights
All I wanna do is dance like there’s no tomorrow

Source: Starmometerdotcom

TV Ratings (Feb. 19-21): "Joaquin Bordado" Finally Reaches the 40% Mark

Posted by JED on Friday, February 22, 2008 , under | comments (3)



The result on the overnight ratings conducted by AGB Nielsen Philippines from February 19 to 21 among Mega Manila households, is basically the same as in the previous weekdays.

While Marimar is strongly holding on to its No. 1 position in the primetime race, Eat Bulaga! is still in command in the daytime race.

Having said that, it is interesting to note that consistent second-placer Joaquin Bordado has reached the 40-plus mark for the first time last Tuesday, Feb. 19. The Robin Padilla-starrer accumulated 41.1 percent behind Marimar's 46 percent.

Kamandag, Coffee Prince, and 24 Oras held the third to fifth positions, respectively. The rest of the Top 10 were occupied by TV Patrol World, Kung Fu Kids, Lobo, Palos, Kung Ako Ikaw, and E.S.P., in no particular order.

In the daytime race, the inclusion of Prinsesa ng Banyera in two succeeding days (Tuesday and Wednesday) is quite amazing. The Kristine Hermosa afternoon soap managed to grab the last spot in the Top 10 in those mentioned days before bowing out again yesterday, Feb. 21.


Here are the Top Top 10 daytime and primetime programs from February 19 to 21 based on the overnight ratings conducted by AGB Nielsen Philippines among Mega Manila households:

February 19 (Tuesday)
Daytime:
Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 21.6%
Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 20.8%
Wheel of Fortune (ABS-CBN) - 18%
Maging Akin Ka Lamang (GMA-7) - 17.4%
My Only Love (GMA-7) - 16.8%
Pilipinas, Game KNB? (ABS-CBN) / Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 16.5%
Takeshi's Castle (GMA-7) - 14.4%
Hana Yori Dango 2 (GMA-7) - 14.3%
Come Back Soon-Ae (GMA-7) - 12%
Prinsesa ng Banyera (ABS-CBN) - 10.9%

Primetime:
Marimar (GMA-7) - 46%
Joaquin Bordado (GMA-7) - 41.1%
Kamandag (GMA-7) - 40.9%
Coffee Prince (GMA-7) - 34.3%
24 Oras (GMA-7) - 32.1%
TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 24.6%
Kung Fu Kids (ABS-CBN) - 23.5%
Lobo (ABS-CBN) - 23%
Kung Ako Ikaw (GMA-7) - 19&
Palos (ABS-CBN) - 18.5%

February 20 (Wednesday)
Daytime:
Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 23%
Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 22%
Maging Akin Ka Lamang (GMA-7) / My Only Love (GMA-7) - 18.4%
Pilipinas, Game KNB? (ABS-CBN) - 16%
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 15.8%
Wheel of Fortune (ABS-CBN) - 15.6%
Takeshi's Castle (GMA-7) - 15.4%
Come Back Soon-Ae (GMA-7) - 13.4%
Hana Yori Dango 2 (GMA-7) - 13.1%
Prinsesa ng Banyera (ABS-CBN) - 11.9%

Primetime:
Marimar (GMA-7) - 43.6%
Joaquin Bordado (GMA-7) - 39.6%
Kamandag (GMA-7) - 37.5%
Coffee Prince (GMA-7) - 34.1%
24 Oras (GMA-7) - 27.7%
Kung Fu Kids (ABS-CBN) - 23.3%
TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 23.1%
Lobo (ABS-CBN) - 21.2%
Palos (ABS-CBN) - 18.5%
Kung Ako Ikaw (GMA-7) - 18%

February 21 (Wednesday)
Daytime:
Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 23%
Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 22.8%
Maging Akin Ka Lamang (GMA-7) - 18.6%
Wheel of Fortune (ABS-CBN) - 18%
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 17.8%
My Only Love (GMA-7) - 17.7%
Takeshi's Castle (GMA-7) - 16.3%
Pilipinas, Game KNB? (ABS-CBN) - 15.4%
Come Back Soon-Ae (GMA-7) - 14.2%
Pinoy Movie Hits (ABS-CBN) - 13.7%

Primetime:
Marimar (GMA-7) - 43.3%
Joaquin Bordado (GMA-7) - 38.8%
Kamandag (GMA-7) - 37.6%
Coffee Prince (GMA-7) - 33.7%
24 Oras (GMA-7) - 29.9%
Kung Fu Kids (ABS-CBN) - 23.4%
TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 23%
Lobo (ABS-CBN) - 22.7%
Palos (ABS-CBN) - 19.6%
E.S.P. (GMA-7) - 18.1%

Source: Erwin Santiago, pepdotph

SANDARA Starts Career in Korea

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What can Joseph Bitangcol say now that his ex-girlfriend, Sandara Park, is starting her own career in Korea? The latest report about Sandy is that she has been hired by a top TV station to star in a Koreanovela and she submitted herself to a total makeover that makes her so beautiful on screen.


“Well, I’m happy for her,” says Joseph. “Sana, magtagumpay siya sa sarili niyang bayan. Sayang nga, wala na kaming communication at all, unlike before na nage-email pa kami.”


Source: Mario E. Bautista, Journal Online

RICHARD, MARIAN 2008 Box-Office King and Queen

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My Bestfriend’s Girlfriend na co-produced ng Regal at GMA Films ang top-grossing Valentine movie of 2008 (so far) dahil sa mahigit P50 million gross nito after four days of release.

Masayang-masaya naman si Richard Gutierrez dahil tinangkilik ng mga tao ang unang tambalan nila sa pelikula ni Marian Rivera.

Sobrang happy rin ang producers dahil sa magandang turn-out ng mga moviegoers para panoorin ang pelikula.

Umaasa ang mga producer na mas lalo pang madaragdagan ang kita ng BFGF in the days to come.
Puwedeng lumaban para maging box-office king si Richard ‘pag nagtuloy-tuloy ang magandang kita sa takilya ng BFGF. Box-office queen naman si Marian ‘pag nagkataon.

Dahil sa super-success BFGF, balitang sobrang naiinggit daw si Angel Locsin kay Marian Rivera.

Nakapagsabi pa nga raw ito na sana ay hindi muna siya umalis sa GMA-7 at ginawa muna niya ang kanilang tambalan ni Richard. Dapat kasi ay si Angel ang ka-love team ni Chard sa BFGF.

Source: Ricky Calderon, Journal Online

ANNE CURTIS is Not Moving to GMA-7, Renews Contract with ABS-CBN

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Matagal nang kumakalat ang usap-usapan na hindi diumano maganda ang relasyon ngayon sa pagitan ng Viva Artist Agency (VAA) at ABS-CBN. Dahil daw sa conflict na ito kaya binabalak daw ng VAA na ibalik sa GMA-7 ang mga talent nilang nasa Kapamilya network, gaya nina Sarah Geronimo, Rachelle Ann Go, Mark Bautista, at Anne Curtis.

Ayon pa nga sa source , si Anne daw ang ang napili ng Kapuso network na gumanap bilang Darna sa pagbabalik ng Pinoy superheroine sa telebisyon sa pamamagitan ng Captain Barbell Meets Darna.

Kung saka-sakali, makakatambal pihado ni Anne ang ex-boyfriend niya na si Richard Gutierrez na siyang gaganap ulit bilang Captain Barbell. Ang Captain Barbell Meets Darna raw ang next project ni Richard pagkatapos ng Kamandag.

Nang kausapin ng PEP ang isang opisyal ng Viva Artist Agency upang kumpirmahin kung totoo ngang in-offer-an ng GMA-7 si Anne na gumanap na Darna, ito ang naging sagot sa amin trhu text message: "Wala naman formal offer sa amin, sa diyaryo ko lang nabasa."

So, some things are really not meant to happen. Hanggang ngayon kasi ay nananatiling haka-haka ang sinasabing pagbabalik ng Viva artists sa GMA-7.

Sa katunayan, napag-alaman na pumirma na pala ulit ng kontrata si Anne sa ABS-CBN noong nakaraang linggo. At noong Linggo nga, February 17, ay binigyan pa ng special tribute si Anne sa ASAP ‘08.

Kasama raw sa bagong kontratang pinirmahan ni Anne sa ABS-CBN ang isang fantaserye na pagbibidahan niya, kapalit ng hindi na raw matutuloy na The Wedding. Tatapusin din daw ng young actress ang pelikula niya with Aga Muhlach as her leading man, ang Waiting For Love.

A Viva artist ever since, Anne started her TV career with GMA-7 in 1995 appearing on the following shows: TGIS, Anna Karenina, Ikaw Na Sana, Mornings@GMA, May Bukas Pa, Beh! Bote Nga, Kakabakaba, Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw, SOP, Love To Love, and Nuts Entertainment.

Kasabay ng iba pang Viva artists, lumipat si Anne sa ABS-CBN noong 2004 pagkatapos ng hindi pagkakaunawaan ng GMA-7 at Viva Films. Ilan sa mga naging unang shows ni Anne sa Kapamilya network ay ang musical variety show na ASAP at ang soap opera na Hiram. It is safe to say na sa mga programang ito ng ABS-CBN nahasa nang husto ang hosting and acting skills ni Anne.

Then in 2005, Anne got her biggest break when she reprised the role of Vilma Santos in the TV remake of Kampanerang Kuba.

Napapanood ngayon regularly si Anne sa ASAP '08 at sa Book 2 ng Maging Sino Ka Man.


Source: pepdotph

Hollywood's Worst-Dressed Celebrities of 2008

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Aretha Franklin, Marilyn Manson, Eva Longoria, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Moss and Kylie Minogue are the WORST-DRESSED CELEBRITIES of 2008, according to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).

Christina Ricci, Martha Stewart and Alicia Keys said they'll never again wear fur after getting the same negative recognition last year from this animal rights organization.

ARETHA FRANKLIN
How ‘bout some R-E-S-­ P-E-C-T for animals?
Aretha, when you waddled into the Grammys in yet another vulgar fur, you looked as if you were going to perform I Am the Walrus by The Beatles.
You may be a queen, but you don’t know jack about compassion.

MARILYN MANSON
Always draped in lea­ther from head to toe, Manson has enough skeletons in his closet to fill a pet cemetery.
As if wearing dead ani­mals isn’t foul enough, Manson says that he wears his cow-skin pants 24/7, only peeling the smelly things off to have sex.
That alone should be enough to tarnish leather’s dated sex appeal.
Manson may just be the shock-rocker’s stage name, but his wardrobe is a real-life tale of blood and guts.

EVA LONGORIA
Eva Longoria is short on compassion.
In her trashy furs, she looks like the street walker of Wisteria Lane.
Eva is one ‘despe­rate housewife’ who needs a quickie divorce -- from her stylist.

LINDSAY LOHAN
I Know Who Killed Me isn’t just the title of Lindsay Lohan’s last bomb --it’s also the cry of the ani­mals snuffed out so that this ‘mean girl’ can pose in their pelts.
Lindsay, there’s no road to recovery for the foxes who are anally electrocuted so that you can look skanky.

KATE MOSS
Nothing completes the transition from supermo­del to super-tramp like a fur coat.
If Kate could see clearly through those bleary eyes, maybe she’d clear her closet of those furs.

KYLIE MINOGUE
What does Kylie Minogue have in common with her python purse? They are both cold-blooded.
Come on, Kylie -- it’s not cool to clutch onto an accessory made by nailing snakes to trees and skinning them alive.

According to PETA, “Animals are living, feeling beings who don’t want to die -- they aren’t ‘fabrics.’

“Cows killed for their skin have their horns and tails cut off without any painkillers, some snakes and lizards are nailed to trees and their skin is ripped off their bodies while they are still alive, and alligators on farms may be beaten to death with hammers and axes -- just for their skin.”

Source: petadotorg

ABS-CBN Bags 14 Awards while GMA-7 Got 8 in the 4th USTv Students' Choice Awards

Posted by JED on Thursday, February 21, 2008 , under | comments (0)



ABS-CBN won 14 trophies while GMA-7 bagged eight awards in the 4th USTv Students' Choice Awards held last night, February 20, at the UST Medicine Auditorium. The said award-giving body is a pioneering endeavor of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) to recognize artistic excellence and to promote Christian values in television programming.


See list of winners below:

ABS-CBN
Student's Choice of Local News Program: TV Patrol World
Students' Choice of Male and Female News and Public Affairs Hosts: Julius Babao and Karen Davila
Best Variety Talk Program: Boy & Kris
Students' Choice of Reality Show: Pinoy Big Brother Season 2
Students' Choice of Drama Program: Maalaala Mo Kaya
Students' Choice of Sitcom: That's My Doc
Most Popular Entertainment News Program: The Buzz
Most Popular Variety Show: ASAP '07
Students' Choice of Foreign Soap: Princess Hours
Students' Choice of Public Service Program: Salamat Dok

Studio 23
Students' Choice of Education Program: Sineskwela
Students' Choice of Public Affairs Talk Show Program: Y Speak
Country's Most Responsible Youth-Oriented TV Station: Studio 23

GMA-7
Students' Choice of Public Service Program: Wish Ko Lang
Best Magazine Program: Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho
Best Documentary: I-Witness
Most Popular Gag Show: Bubble Gang
Students' Choice of Full Animated Program: Slam Dunk
Most Popular Drama Series: Marimar
Most Popular Actress and Actor in a Drama/Miniseries: Marian Rivera & Dingdong Dantes

The 4th USTv Students' Choice Awards is organized by the Office of the Secretary General in cooperation with the Office for Student Affairs, Central Student Council, the Student Organizations Coordinating Council, the Office of Public Affairs, the Social Research Center, the Institute of Religion, Educational Technology Center and other related offices.

Source: pepdotph

LoveTeam: KIMERALD

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Daniel Betancourt asks the loveteam Kimerald about romance in this season of love...

On Dating:


How do you ask out somebody you like?
Gerald Anderson: I'll ask hervery politely and plan to eat out together.
Kim Chiu: I will invite him to go out once we are "super" friends already.

Where can you have the most romantic meal?
GA: On the beach, at a rooftop or in a romantic restaurant.
KC: At a fine dining restaurant where we can have a quiet conversation.

What is the best date movie ever?
GA: The Notebook.
KC: A Cinderella Story.

Do you think the harana (serenade) still works?
GA: Yeah, but I've never tried it yet!
KC: Of course. I think it would be very romantic, but I don't think there is any guy who would bother to do it.

On Getting Serious:
How do you know she/he is the one?
GA: When my knees get weak when I'm around her (laughs).
KC: That is difficult to determine. Maybe when I am older and mature enough. [Perharps that is the time] when I feel he is the "one".

What do you do if your parents do not like the person you are seeing?
GA: If my parents know that I really like that person, they would also like her.
KC: I will try my best for him to be friends with my parents.

What does it take to make a "loveteam" last?
GA: Make sure that you do not fight (laughs) and respect each other.
KC: Love your work and be sincere.

On Romance:
What is the most romantic thing a guy/girl can do for a girl/guy?
GA: Set up a dinner date.
KC: Kapag nagharana yung guy. Like the old style ng pangliligaw. (If the guy serenades. Like the old style of courtship).

How do you say "I Love You" without saying it?
GA: Care for her and make her feel special.
KC: Iha-hug ko sya ng soooobbbrraaannnggggg tight (I will hug him very tight).

On Travel:

What is the most romantic place in the Philippines?
GA: Palawan.
KC: There is no such thing as romantic place. If you are with your someone special, that is already romantic.

Source: Smile Cebupacific

American Idol Top 12 Guys Performance Review

Posted by JED on Wednesday, February 20, 2008 , under | comments (0)



“People are saying that this year’s talent is the best yet,” host Ryan Seacrest says. Kicking off night of February 19, Tuesday is the performances by the Season 7 American Idol Top 12 Men singing songs from the 60s.

1. David Hernandez (Midnight Hour by Wilson Pickett) - Amazing.



2. Chikezie (More Today than Yesterday by Stevie Wonder)- Shakey vocals.


3. David Cook (Happy Together by The Turtles) - Decent vocal, decent performance.


4. Jason Yeager (Moonriver by Andy Williams) - One of better vocals but still not brilliant.


5. Robbie Carrico (One is the Loneliest Number by Harry Nilsson) - Good vocal, love the song choice.


6. David Archuleta (Shop Around by The Miracles) - Potentially great but vocal was a shaky.


7. Danny Noriega (Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Prestley) - Really average. Not a great song for him.


8. Luke Menard (Everybody's Talkin by Harry Nilsson) - Horrible. Very weak performance.


9. Colton Berry (Suspicious Minds by Elvis Presley) - OK but nothing special.


10. Garrett Haley (Breaking Up is Hard To Do by Neil Sedaka) - Weak and insipid.


11. Jason Castro (Daydream by Lovin' Spoonful) - Love his voice and personality.


12. Michael Johns (Light The Fire by The Doors) - It was just ok.

TIRADOR Wins Special Award in Berlin Film Festival

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Brillante “Dante” Mendoza’s latest feature film Tirador (Slingshot) won the Caligari Film Prize from the Berlin International Film Festival last week. This is the second international award for Tirador after the Special Jury Award it won in Marrakech last December.

According to the Berlinale website, “the Caligari Film Prize, three-person jury awards the Caligari Film Prize to a film in the Forum. The prize is sponsored by the German Federal Association of Communal Film Work and Filmdienst magazine. The winning film is honoured with 4,000 Euros, half of which is given to the director, the other half is meant to fund distribution. The 2008 jury: Andreas Heidenreich, Dagmar Kamlah, Julia Teichmann.”

Tirador is the first Filipino film to be shown in Forum to win the special award.

Aside from Tirador, four other Filipino films screened in the Forum section were Jim Libiran’s Tribu (Tribe); Mes de Guzman’s Balikbayan Box; Khavn dela Cruz’s The Muzzled Horse of an Engineer in Search of Medical Saddles; and John Torres’ Years When I Was a Child Outside. Libiran, Dela Cruz and Torres presented their films in Berlin.

It was the first time that Berlin has featured five films from Filipino filmmakers.

Tirador has been previously sold to Peccadillo Pictures for UK and Ireland. France’s Swift Distribution has acquired the French’s broadcast and video rights. In Berlin, however, its theatrical company Equation has added the theatrical rights for the film. Negotiations are underway for possible distribution in North America and Germany.

Tirador will compete at the Singapore and Indianapolis International Film Festivals in April where the major winner will receive North American distribution by Film Movement and at the Cines del Sur in Granada, Spain in June.

Aside from Martin, Tirador stars Jiro Manio, Kristoffer King, Nathan Lopez with the special participation of Jaclyn Jose, Simon Ibarra and Julio Diaz. Ralston Joel Jover wrote the script. The movie was produced by Centerstage productions.

The Film Development Council headed by chairman Jacky Atienza, festival committee chairperson Christine Dayrit and executive director Lali Suzara subsized the trip to Berlin of the Filipino delegation.

Article Source: Ferdinand D. Lapuz , PDI

‘Mutya ng Pilipinas’ Beauty Awes Malaysians

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MANILA, Philippines - A funny thing happened to 2007 Mutya ng Pilipinas Anna Marie Morelos when she went to Malaysia last December to compete in the first Miss Tourism Metropolitan pageant.

The 18-year-old nursing student was surprised to be greeted by a crowd taking photos of her as if she was a celebrity.

Apparently, they had mistaken Morelos for Malaysian superstar Pasha Shandra, who was also arriving on the same day.

“At first I didn’t understand [why] they also wanted to have their pictures taken with me. Still, I gamely posed with them,” Morelos told Inquirer Entertainment.

“I only realized they were waiting for another person when they showed me her photograph,” Morelos said. “Kamukha ko nga siya!”

No superstar

She had to explain to the people that she was not Shandra.

A few hours after that amusing airport scene, Morelos arrived at the hotel and was assigned a room with fellow contestants from Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

The pageant calendar spanned three weeks. Since coronation night was on Dec. 31, Morelos had to spend her first Christmas away from her family and where the holiday season is not traditionally celebrated.
But this was not the only sacrifice she had to make.

Before flying to Kuala Lumpur, Morelos crammed her hospital training hours so that she’ll be ready if she needs to extend her stay overseas.

All these paid off when the 5’7” Filipina beauty landed in the Top 5, ending the Philippine’s 2007 pageant season with a bang. Her victory likewise redeemed the country from dismal results in the previous four major international pageants.

“When my name was called in the Top 10, I told myself, ‘okey na to’,” Morelos recalled. “During intermission, I texted Mama and told her I made it to the semifinals.”

Winning answer

She also related to Inquirer Entertainment that she was not too excited when her name was called. “I was happy, but it felt different knowing that your family is not there to see you being called on stage,” she explained.

In the interview segment, a judge asked Morelos where she would prefer to go on a holiday trip. Replying that she’d like to explore fascinating sights in Southeast Asia, Morelos expounded that the experience would in turn help her promote the Philippines as one of the world’s most exciting tourist destinations.

The answer helped her clinch the fourth runner-up slot, which she didn’t expect.

Sorina Neacsu of Romania won the title.

“I had no idea who would win,” Morelos confessed. “I thought every girl had an edge and a distinct beauty. So I thought, ‘mapapansin pa kaya ako?’.” She also did not receive any “subsidiary awards” in the preliminaries.
However, she noted how appreciative the Malaysians were of her own qualities. “They really admire Filipinos. They think we’re smart and intelligent. It made me proud … And the Filipino bellmen in the hotel kept shouting, ‘Go Philippines!’ whenever they saw me. So that boosted my confidence and self-esteem,” Morelos said.

The whole experience has also given her the impetus to consider joining other competitions in the future.
But that would have to wait. She wants to finish her studies as an incoming senior nursing major at Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela City.

What a gorgeous nurse she’d make.

Source: Armin Adina, PDI

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