MEGA Magazine 10 Women To Watch in 2009




Designers, Actresses, VJs, and Models will be the "IT" individuals in 2009 according to MEGA Magazine.

And here are their 10 Women To Watch in 2009:

Bea Soriano, 21, fashion model
Catherie Cavilte, fashion designer
Janina Dizon Hoschka, jewelry designer
Jona Ballaran, fashion designer
Mariel Rodriguez, 24, TV host and actress
Pathra Cadness, 19, fashion model
Paula Taylor, 25, actress, VJ and model
Rhian Ramos, 18, actress
Victoria Panopio, jewelry designer

Incidentally, Rhian Ramos will also be MEGA's cover girl for January 2009.

Dingdong Dantes Finally Speaks About the Marian Rivera Pregnancy Issue

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Dingdong Dantes finally breaks his silence and told the press about his reaction on Karylle's "controversial smile" which lead to Marian Rivera's "pitiful cry" on the presscon of MMFF movie Desperadas 2.


Dingdong said he had a small talk with Marian after the incident and advice her to ignore and better buried the issue in rest. He also told Marian to be ready and expect a more severe issues coming on their way. So she better not the be sensitive about it.

"Basta ako, I’ll just stick to the truth. Lalabas din naman kung ano ang totoo." said Dingdong

Dingdong also said he sometimes get annoyed especially when his name was drag on the pregnancy issue but also said there is no truth about it at all, "Ganu’n naman talaga. eh. Kaya ako, hinahayaan ko na lang."

But when asked about the true status of his relationship with Marian, Dingdong only said "Ayokong maglagay ng label, eh. Basta, okay kami at kung ano man ito tutuloy, bahala na. Basta, masaya naman kaming dalawa.”

Angel Locsin and Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao Cover Rouge Magazine December 2008 Double Cover Issue

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Kapamilya and Kapuso reunite in this month's double cover issue of Rouge Magazine.


Young star Angel Locsin and People's Champ Manny Pacquiao grace the cover of December 2008 issue of Rogue Magazine.

Korean Superstar Rain is in the Philippines




Korean superstar Rain is here in the Philippines for a location photo shoot of his own clothing line, Six To Five, which will be launched February next year.

Yes, the man does clothes now.

In the theme “traditional, casual, stylish,” Rain wished Six to Five to become a “global fashion and design company.”

The photo shoot pictures will then form part of a Six To Five pictorial magazine. Rain reportedly will use more than 100 clothes for the pictorial.

See Six To Five photoshoot samples below:





Photos courtesy of biwithrainmultiply

Mexican Playboy December 2008 Issue

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Playboy has always been considered the classier of nudie magazines, however this month Mexican Playboy's December 2008 issue has raised a major controversy for thousands of catholics, as well as catholic officials in Mexico.

The reason?

Well according to many, the nude Mexican model Maria Florencia Onori resembles the Virgin Mary standing in front of a stained-glass window with the cover line “We Adore You, Mary” in Spanish.


The issue was published Dec. 1, a day before the traditional Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, patroness of Mexico.

Reuters reports that Chicago-based Playboy Enterprises Inc. says the Mexican edition of the magazine is published by a licensee and the company did not approve or endorse the cover.

While Playboy Mexico never meant for the cover or images to offend anyone, we recognize that it has created offense, and we as well as Playboy Mexico offer our sincerest apologies,” a company statement said.

Raul Sayrols, publisher of Playboy Mexico, said in a statement: “The image is not and never was intended to portray the Virgin of Guadalupe or any other religious figure. The intent was to reflect a Renaissance-like mood on the cover.”

Well, Playboy already apologized for the image, and likely this issue alone will sell more copy than any other issue has. Don't you think so?

Tayong Dalawa Full Trailer

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"I'm David Garcia, ibinigay lahat sa'kin."

"Ako si David Garcia, ipinagkait lahat sa akin."

Ngayong 2009, isang pangalan ang magsisimula ng isang labanan.

Magkahati sa iisang pangalan.

Magkahati sa kapalaran.

Isang pangarap ang pinanghahawakan.

Iisa ang babaeng mamahalin.

Inihahandog ng ABS-CBN ang isang natatanging obra-maestra...

Para sa pag-ibig, sino ang mamahalin?

Para sa pamilya, sino ang pipiliin?

Para sa karangalan, sino ang kikilalanin?

Pinagsama-sama ang ilan sa magagaling na artista sa larangan ng teatro, telebisyon, at pelikulang Pilipino:

Ms. Gina Pareno (
Best Actress, Brussels International Independent Film)

Cherry Pie Picache (
Best Actress, Durban International Film Festival)

Agot Isidro (
Best Supporting Actress Nominee, Gawad Urian)

Anita Linda (
Best Actress, FAMAS)

Mylene Dizon (
Best Actress, 13th Pusan International Film Festival)

Alessandra de Rossi (
Best Supporting Actress, FAMAS)

Jiro Manio (
Best Actor, Gawad Urian)

Coco Martin (
Best Actor, Young Critics Circle)

Spanky Manikan (
Best Supporting Actor, MMFF)

Miguel Faustino (
Best Play Actor Nominee, 17th Aliw Awards)

Helen Gamboa (
Best Actress, Gawad Urian)

Pinagbibidahan nina:

Jake Cuenca

Gerald Anderson

Kim Chiu

Sa mundong para lamang sa isa, hindi maaaring....

Tayong Dalawa.

Click here for an early access to "Tayong Dalawa" Full Trailer


ASIAN Television Awards 2008 Winners




The Philippines received 1 award in the recently concluded 13th Asian Television Awards courtesy of GMA and QTV’s Camera Cafe.

In addition to that, GMA 7 also received 3 runner-up honors while QTV-11 got one.

See below that complete list of winners in the 13th Asian TV Awards:

Best Documentary Program (30 mins or less)

Winner: China 21 - The People’s Dumplings (Discovery Asia, Inc./China)

Highly Commended: The Lost Tribe Secret Array of the Cia (Al Jazeera English/Malaysia) & Spirit of the Times- Chinese Contemporary Art: Heroism or Confusion (Singapore)

Best Documentary Program (31 mins or more)

Winner: Big Wall Challenge (NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp./Japan)

Highly Commended: A Bride, Her Last Message- A 24 Hour Year Old Who Battled Breast Cancer (Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc./Japan) & Brat Camp China (National Geographic Channel Asia/Singapore)

Best Natural History or Wildlife Program or Docu-drama

Winner: Kingdom of the Elephants (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore)

Highly Recommended: Soul of a River - Cambodia (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore) & Soul of a River - China (Discovery Asia, Inc./China)

Best News Program

Winner: CNN Today (CNN International/Hong Kong)

Highly Commended: News at Seven: Magnitude-8 Sichuan Earthquake (I-Cable News Limited/Hong Kong) & News at Seven: Quarke Relief Day Four (I-Cable News Limited/Hong Kong)

Best Single News Story/Report

Winner: Sichuan Earthquake: Landslide (Now TV/China)

Highly Commended: China Quake: Wedding (CNN International/Hong Kong) & China Quake Orphan by Kyung Lah (CNN International/Hong Kong)

Best Drama Series

Winner: Galileo (Fuji Television Network, Inc./Japan)

Highly Commended: Rookies (Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc./Japan) & Lee San, Wind of the Palace (Munwha Broadcasting Corporation/Korea)

Best Single Drama or Telemovie Program

Winner: Singapore Short Story Project: The Other (MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Sorapuchi (Hokkaido television Broadcasting Co., Ltd./Japan) & Manam Series 2 - Ep. 7 (MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/ Singapore)

Best Comedy Program

Winner: Camera Café (Euro-Asia Media Group Ltd/Philippines)

Highly Commended: Bubble Gang (GMA Network, Inc./Philippines) & Raberd Thurd Theung (Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand)

Best Current Affairs Program

Winner: Inside Myanmar- The Crackdown (Al Jazeera English/Malaysia)

Highly Commended: The Lost Tribe - Secret Array of the CIA (Al Jazeera English/Malaysia) & People and Power- Coal Face (Al Jazeera English/Malaysia)

Best Children’s Program

Winner: R.E.M.- The Next Generation (MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd- TV12/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Gali Gali Sim Sim Ep. 3: Chamki Karate (Miditech Pvt Ltd/India) & Blue Water High (Southern Star International/Australia)

Best Entertainment (One-off/Annual)

Winner: Wedding Affair Grand Finals (MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Highly Commended: POGO Amazing Kids Awards (Turner Entertainment/Hong Kong)

Best Entertainment Program

Winner: Happy Citadel (Hunan TV/China)

Highly Commended: Celebrity Coach (Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation/China)

Best Game or Quiz Programme

Winner: Lharn Phoo Koo E-Joo (Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand)

Highly Commended: Foodie 2 Shoes #13 (Television Broadcasts Limited/Hong Kong), Fan Pan Tae (Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand), & Yok Siam (Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand)

Best Music Program

Winner: Kinkakuji Sound Stage (Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc./Japan)

Highly Commended: AF6 Finale (Astro Production Sdn Bhd/Malaysia) & Vidiya Vidiya Kondaduvom (Astro Production Sdn Bhd/Malaysia)

Best Reality Program

Winner: Nature’s Platform- Desserted Dogs for Evacuated Village (SBS- Seoul Broadcasting System/Korea)

Highly Recommended: Reunions (GMA Network, Inc./QTV 11/Philippines)

Best Infotainment Program

Winner: All Things Paper (Channel NewsAsia, MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Lead Me On (MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore) & Tales of Four Cities (Channel NewsAsia, MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Best Talk Show

Winner: Talk Asia (CNN International/Hong Kong)

Highly Commended: Love Just Aint’s Enough (China Business Network Co.,Ltd TV/China) & State of the Nation (ibn 18 Broadcast Limited/India)

Best Animation

Winner: Dogstar Ep. 16- Hounded (Media World Pictures/Australia)

Highly Commended: Ostrich (Miditech Ptv Ltd/India) & Hoshi Shinichi’s Short Shorts (NHK- Japan Broadcasting Corp./Japan)

Best Social Awareness Program

Winner: Robot Jockey (National Geographic Channel Asia/Singapore)

Highly Commended: China 21- Green Wall of China (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore), & Moving Mountains: Computer School on a Wheelchair (Beijing Key Frame Cultural Development Co., Ltd./China)

Best Adaptation of an Existing Formats

Winner: The Amazing Race Season 2- Ep.11 (SPE Networks Asia Pte Ltd./Singapore)

Highly Commended: Skatoony (Turner Entertainment Networks Asia/Hong Kong).

Best News Presenter or Anchor

Winner: Martin Soong (Squawk Box/CNBC Asia Pacific/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Kristie Lu Stout (CNN Today/CNN International/Hong Kong) & Hugh Riminton (CNN Today/CNN International/Hong Kong)

Best Current Affairs Presenter

Winner: Christine Tan (Managing Asia/CNBC Asia Pacific/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Vikram Chandra (The Big Fight/New Delhi Television Ltd/India), Anjali Rao (Talk Asia/CNN International/Hong Kong), & Karan Thapar (Devil’s Advocate/ibn 18 Broadcasts Limited/India)

Best Entertainment Presenter

Winner: Guo Liang (Lead Me On/MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Highly Commended: Quan Yi Fong (Buzzing Cashier/MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore), Aznil Haji Nawawi (Jangan Lupa Lirik/Astro Production Sdn BhdMalaysia), & Phanya Nirunkul (Black Box/Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand)

Best Drama Performance by an Actor

Winner: Raymond Lam (The Master of Tai Chi/Television Broadcasts Limited/Hong Kong)

Highly Commended: Lim Kay Tong (En Bloc/MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore & Patrick Teoh (En Bloc/MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd/Singapore)

Best Drama Performance by an Actress

Winner: Chiranan Manochaem (The Slave/Bangkok Broadcasting & TC Co., Ltd.,/Thailand)

Highly Commended: Pan Li-Li (Astemisia/Public Television Service Foundation/Taiwan) & Piyathida Woramusik (The Slave/Bangkok Broadcasting & TV Co., Ltd./Thailand).

Best Comedy Performance by an Actor/Actress

Winner: Chusak Iamsuk (Raberd Thurd Theung/Workpoint Entertainment Public Company Limited/Thailand)

Highly Commended: Ogie Alcasid (Bubble Gang/GMA Network, Inc./Philippines) & Michelle Chong (Sayang Sayang/MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd./Singapore)

Best Cinematography

Winner: Kingdom of the Elephants (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore)

Highly Commended: Revealed Hajj (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore) & Soul of a River - China (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore.

Best Direction

Winner: Kingdom of the Elephants (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore)

Highly Commended: China 21- Go Buddha Boys (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore) & Portraits of Taiwan- Jimmy Liao (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore).

Best Editing

Winner: Ultimate Olympics- Go Beijing (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore)

Highly Commended: Take Off- The A380 Saga (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore) & Man Made Marvel - Beijing Airport (Discovery Asia, Inc./Singapore)

Terrestrial Broadcaster of the Year

Winner: MediaCorp Singapore Pte Ltd (Singapore)

Highly Commended: GMA Network Inc. (Philippines)

Cable/Satellite Network of the Year

Winner: Discovery Asia

Highly Commended: CNN International

Source: Onscreen Asia

November NUTAM Ratings: Iisa Pa Lamang Leads The Primetime Race

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After The Singing Bee and Dyesebel, Primetime NUTAM has a new leader! The ABS-CBN teleserye “Iisa Pa Lamang” registered 33.6 percent top top the primetime race nationwide for the month of November 2008.

According to the Nationwide Urban TV Audience Measurement (NUTAM) survey of AGB Nielsen, the action-packed finale of Iisa Pa Lamang last November 7, 2008 catapulted the kapamilya teleserye at no. 1 beating other NUTAM favorites like I Love Betty La Fea and Dyosa.

Heart Evangelista’s “Luna Mystika“, GMA’s latest fantaserye, captured the fourth spot nationwide behind I Love Betty La Fea. Gagambino settled for 6th place while Codename: Asero, which also ended last November were at no. 7.

Kapamilya Deal or No Deal is still the country’s favorite game show as it placed no. 8 in the primetime race. ABS-CBN’s daytime game show Pilipinas Game KNB? is at no.6 in the daytime race.

Wowowee remain the no.1 daytime program nationwide with 21.9% but following closely is the GMA soap Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan with 21.6% The distance between the two programs is merely 0.3%. Daytime third placer is another GMA soap, Una Kang Naging Akin.

In the weekend daytime race, the ABS-CBN sports special The Hit Man Vs. The Magic Man: Hatton Vs. Malignaggi captured the top spot with 28.3%. And for the first time, ABS-CBN’s longest running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya topped the weekend primetime race.

Here are the Top 10 weekday and weekend programs for the month of November, based on a survey conducted by AGB Nielsen among NUTAM households:

Top Weekday Programs (Daytime)
1. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 21.9%
2. Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan (GMA-7) - 21.6%
3. Una Kang Naging Akin (GMA-7) - 19.7%
4. El Cuerpo Del Deseo (ABS-CBN) - 19%
5. Carlo J. Caparas’ Pieta (ABS-CBN) - 18.4%
6. Pilipinas, Game KNB? (ABS-CBN) - 18.3%
7. Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 18.2%
8. Saan Darating Ang Umaga? (GMA-7) - 17.1%
9. Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 16%
10. Flame of Recca (GMA-7) - 13.5%

Top Weekday Programs (Primetime)
1. Iisa Pa Lamang (ABS-CBN) - 33.6%
2. Dyosa (ABS-CBN) - 32.9%
3. TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 32.7%
4. Luna Mystika (GMA-7) - 30.8%
5. I Love Betty La Fea (ABS-CBN) - 30.5%
6. Carlo J. Caparas’ Gagambino (GMA-7) - 28.6%
7. Codename: Asero (GMA-7) - 27.7%
8. 24 Oras (GMA-7) - 25.5%
9. Kapamilya Deal or No Deal (ABS-CBN) - 24.9%
10. Pinoy Fear Factor (ABS-CBN) - 24.4%

Top Weekend Programs (Daytime)
1. The Hit Man Vs. The Magic Man: Hatton Vs. Malignaggi** (ABS-CBN) - 28.3%
2. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 21.2%
3. ASAP ‘08 (ABS-CBN) - 18.2%
4. Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 17.7 %
5. Cinema FPJ Da King on ABS-CBN (ABS-CBN) - 17.4%
6. Your Song (ABS-CBN) - 15.7%
7. The Buzz (ABS-CBN) - 14.9%
8. Wish Ko Lang (GMA-7) - 14.2%
9. SOP (GMA-7) - 13.5%
10. Showbiz Central (GMA-7) - 13%

Top Weekend Programs (Primetime)
1. Maalaala Mo Kaya (ABS-CBN) - 28.6%
2. Rated K (ABS-CBN) - 28.1%
3. Komiks Presents Tiny Tony (ABS-CBN) - 27.6%
4. Goin’ Bulilit (ABS-CBN) - 26.6%
5. The Singing Bee (ABS-CBN) - 26.4%
6. Bitoy’s Funniest Videos (GMA-7) - 24.3 %
7. Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (GMA-7) - 23.5%
8. Pinoy Fear Factor Primer** (ABS-CBN) - 23.4%
9. Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5? (GMA-7) - 22.2%
10. Family Feud (GMA-7) - 22.2%

**Special

Source: AGB Nielsen Media Research, Philippines via PEP

Karylle's Statement To "Controversial Smile" Issue

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"If there were any misinterpretations of my smile, I clarified it yesterday morning when I guested on Boy & Kris. Tito Boy Abunda even apologized for asking me that question. Tita Kris said kasi that it was politically incorrect for him to ask me. I just explained that no matter what I would answer or however my face would react, it would mean something.

"Parang I was in a no-win situation. If I didn’t smile, people would say I was bitter. I was actually trying to figure out what to answer and how to phrase it properly. And then, si Tito Boy suddenly said ‘Thank you!’ and ended the interview."

Tanong:

At the end of this new controversy on the love triangle brou-ha-ha between Marian Rivera-Dingdong Dantes-Karylle, whose career do you think will suffer and who will attract more TV shows, product endorsements and blockbuster movies, and the best achievement of them all - Public Sympathy?

And what Dingdong could possibly say while these two beautiful ladies are fighting (?) over him.

Just asking.

Marian Rivera Cries About Pregnancy Issue - "Na-Hurt Po Ako!"




Marian Rivera admitted that she was offended by Karylle’s “controversial smile” regarding the pregnancy issue invoked by Boy Abunda on the Buzz last Sunday.

As the newest Kapuso to go ober-da-bakod, Karylle occupied the hot seat on the Buzz' “Tough Ten” segment where she answered the 10 tough questions that Boy Abunda thrown at her - 9 questions, 8 of which were all about Dingdong, Marian or both.

The no. 1 tough question goes: “Buntis ba si Marian Rivera?” Karylle did not answer anything but a figurative “smile.” Boy Abunda read between the lines and responded, “Salamat sa pagtitiwala.

This afternoon, when the grand press conference of the MMFF movie “Desperadas 2″ was held at the Imperial Palace Suites, Marian was asked by the press if she’s indeed pregnant. At first, Marian jokingly answered “Pwede bang smile na lang din ang isagot ko?” Afterwards, the reigning primetime queen answered the question straight on, “Hindi po ako buntis.

Na-hurt ako sa kanya dahil kung ako ang tatanungin ng ganoong katanungan, ang isasagot ko, ‘Wala po akong alam diyan’ o ‘Wala po ako sa posisyon na sumagot diyan.’ Nagkaroon ng malisya ang pag smile-smile niya. Inaamin ko, na-hurt ako,” she added while she broke into tears.

Na-offend talaga ako. Hindi naman ako tanga at lalong hindi na ako bata para magkamali ng ganoon na magpabuntis. Marami pa akong gustong mangyari sa career ko at kung mangyayari man yun, ako na ang magsasabi sa inyo. Isa pa, kung mag-boyfriend kami ni Dingdong, ako ang unang aamin dahil lahat naman ng naging boyfriend ko, naging proud ako.

Then Marian hits back at Karylle without mentioning her name.

Makakasagot naman siya [Karylle] dahil may alam naman siya. Sana hindi niya na lang idinaan sa pa-smile-smile.

The question and answer was immediately discontinued. The reporters mobbed Marian afterwards.



Does Karylle’s Smile Confirms Marian Rivera's Pregnancy?

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Karylle’s "controversial smile" on Boy Abunda’s question regarding Marian Rivera’s alleged pregnancy ignited a bomb that is about to explode.

After her grandest welcome party at ASAP, Karylle occupied the hot seat of The Buzz for the segment “Tough 10 Questions.” She breezed through the first 9 questions of Boy Abunda until she heard the last and most difficult one which was:

I know you have nothing to do with this pero sabi ko nga kasama ka sa kwentong ito, sa iyong pagkakaalam, Karylle, buntis ba si Marian Rivera?

Karylle did not reply, kept silent and just smilingly stared back at Boy Abunda.

Prior to her transfer to ABS-CBN, Karylle broke up with her boyfriend of three years - Dingdong Dantes. Since Dingdong is paired with Marian Rivera, rumors abounded that the Primetime Queen is the cause of their break-up.

Karylle, however, denied the rumors and said that only her and Dingdong know the real reason of the break-up.

I think kami lang ni ‘Dong ang makakalam talaga kung bakit kami naghiwalay. I mean we can explain and explain but it will never be fully sufficient. And I think even to this day, we don’t understand why we broke up. So, parang how can you even explain it to other person?” she said.

ABS-CBN Welcomes Karylle on ASAP '08

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ABS-CBN had a warmest welcome for Karylle as the newest Kapamilya on ASAP '08, Sunday, December 14.

Karylle was delightfully introduced by her mom Zsa Zsa Padilla saying, "All I want for Christmas nakuha ko na today. Dahil natupad na ang isa sa mga pangarap ko, as we welcome my true Kapamilya dito sa ASAP '08."

Karylle performed her sexy rendition of Rihanna's "Rehab". She was also serenaded by ASAP Cutie Piolo Pascual, Christian Bautista, Sam Milby and Jericho Rosales.

Karylle also had a heartmelting duet with her mom Zsa Zsa Padilla.

See videos below:






Ramiele Malubay Performs on SOP

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American Idol season 7 finalist Ramiele Malubay is in town and she performed on SOP with Ogie Alcasid, Pinoy Idol Grand Champion Gretchen Espina and the 11 Pinoy Idol finalists.

Ramiele’s guesting on SOP is part of the promotion for her upcoming concert with Ogie Alcasid dubbed as “The Idol Experience: Ogie Sings with the Idols,” a two-night concert that will also feature Pinoy Idol winner Gretchen Espina and the 11 Pinoy Idol finalists.

The Idol Experience is happening on December 20 and 21 (Saturday and Sunday), 8 PM at the Aliw Theater.


Miss World 2008 Winner is Kseniya Sukhinova of Russia




Kseniya Sukhinova of Russia was declared Continental Queen of Europe and crowned Miss World 2008.


Official Results of the 58th Miss World Coronation Night:

1st Runner-Up: Parvathy Omanakuttan of India (Continental Queen of Asia Pacific)

2nd Runner-Up: Gabriella Walcott of Trinidad & Tobago (Continental Queen of Caribbean)

Finalists:

Brigith dos Santos of Angola

Tansey Coetzee of South Africa

World Designer Award: United States
Beauty With a Purpose Award: Trinidad & Tobago

Miss World 2008 Top 15 Semi-Finalists




Fast Track Winners:

MEXICO, Espinoza Marroquin Anagabriela
RUSSIA, Kseniya Sukhinova
BARBADOS, Natalie Olivia Griffith
ICELAND, Alexandra Helga Ivarsdottir
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, Gabriella Walcott

Selected by the Board of Judges:

BRAZIL, Tamara Almeida Silva
VENEZUELA, Hannelly Quintero
UKRAINE, Irina Zhuravskaya
CROATIA, Josipa Kusic
ANGOLA, Brigith dos Santos
KAZAKHSTAN, Alfina Nassyrova
PUERTO RICO, Ivonne Orsini
SPAIN, Patricia Yurena Rodriguez Alonjo
SOUTH AFRICA, Tansey Coetzee
INDIA, Parvathy Omanakuttan


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