Rihanna N-ude Pics Scandal

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Rihanna is on another controversy. But this time, his puppy-I-love-hitting-my-girlfriend boyfriend Chris Brown is not part of it.

Someone (maybe close to the singer)is leaking some of her private mobile phone photos on the internet.

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American Idol Season 8 Says Goodbye to Allison Iraheta

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The battle between Adam Lambert, Kris Allen, and Danny Gokey is on as American Idol says goodbye to Allison Iraheta on May 6, Wednesday night.

JC de Vera is Torn Between Heart Evangelist and Arci Muñoz in "Ngayon at Kailanman"

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After the controversial "lipatan" and "ayawan ng afternoon project", Annabelle Rama's talents JC de Vera and Heart Evangelista are back in business after getting the lead roles in GMA-7's afternoon soap 'Ngayon at Kailanman'.

Playing the third wheel in JC and Heart's love relationship in the series is Startruck Avenger Arci Muñoz.

Ngayon at Kailaman was an original Viva Films movie in 1992 which starred the then real and reel sweethearts Sharon Cuneta and Richard Gomez. Also in the cast was character actress Cherie Gil.

Ngayon At Kailanman is set to replace Jennylyn Mercado at Mark Herras’ 'Paano Ba Ang Mangarap?' onGMA’s Dramarama sa Hapon timeslot.

Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa Reunite in "Dahil May Isang Ikaw"




Jerico Rosales and Kristine Hermosa are back in each other's arms in ABS-CBN's upcoming drama series 'Dahil May Isang Ikaw'.

Also leading the cast are Carmen Soo, Angelika dela Cruz, Zsa Zsa Padilla, and Karylle.

Also playing some important roles in the DMIK are Empress Schuck, Dino Imperial, Gian Sotto, Alessandra de Rossi, Jodi Sta. Maria, Donita Rose, RR Enriquez, and Ciara Sotto.

TONY Awards 2009 - Nominees

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In The Heights composer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda and Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon announce the nominations for the 2009 Tony Awards at The New York Public Library for Performing Arts on Tuesday (May 5) in New York City.

Billy Elliot: The Musical led the race with 15 nominations with Next to Normal grabbing 11 and Hair picking up 8.

The three lads who portray the title star of Billy Elliot on a rotating basis — David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, Kiril Kulish — compete for best actor in a musical.

Here are the list of nominations:


Best Play:
Dividing the Estate
God of Carnage
Reasons to be pretty
33 Variations

Best Musical:
Billy Elliot, The Musical
Next to Normal
Rock of Ages
Shrek The Musical

Best Book of a Musical:
Billy Elliot, The Musical
Next to Normal
Shrek The Musical

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre:
Billy Elliot, The Musical
Next to Normal
9 to 5: The Musical
Shrek The Musical

Best Revival of a Play:
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
Mary Stuart
The Norman Conquests
Waiting for Godot

Best Revival of a Musical:
Guys and Dolls
Hair
Pal Joey
West Side Story

Best Special Theatrical Event:
Liza’s at The Palace
Slava’s Snowshow
Soul of Shaolin
You’re Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play:
Jeff Daniels - God of Carnage
Raul Esparza - Speed-the-Plow
James Gandolfini - God of Carnage
Geoffrey Rush - Exit the King
Thomas Sadoski - Reasons to Be Pretty

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play:
Hope Davis - God of Carnage
Jane Fonda - 33 Variations
Marcia Gay Harden - God of Carnage
Janet McTeer - Mary Stuart
Harriet Walter - Mary Stuart

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical:
David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, and Kiril Kulish - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Gavin Creel - Hair
Brian d’Arcy James - Shrek The Musical
Constantine Maroulis - Rock of Ages
J. Robert Spencer - Next to Normal

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical:
Stockard Channing - Pal Joey
Sutton Foster - Shrek The Musical
Allison Janney - 9 to 5: The Musical
Alice Ripley - Next to Normal
Josefina Scaglione - West Side Story

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play:
John Glover - Waiting for Godot
Zach Grenier - 33 Variations
Stephen Mangan - The Norman Conquests
Paul Ritter - The Norman Conquests”
Roger Robinson - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play:
Hallie Foote - Dividing the Estate
Jessica Hynes - The Norman Conquests
Marin Ireland - Reasons to be pretty
Angela Lansbury - Blithe Spirit
Amanda Root - The Norman Conquests

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical:
David Bologna - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Gregory Jbara - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Marc Kudisch - 9 to 5: The Musical
Christopher Sieber - Shrek The Musical
Will Swenson - Hair

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical:
Jennifer Damiano - Next to Normal
Haydn Gwynne - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Karen Olivo - West Side Story
Martha Plimpton - Pal Joey
Carole Shelley - Billy Elliot, The Musical

Best Scenic Design of a Play:
Dale Ferguson - Exit the King
Rob Howell - The Norman Conquests
Derek McLane - 33 Variations
Michael Yeargan - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Best Scenic Design of a Musical:
Robert Brill - Guys and Dolls
Ian MacNeil - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Scott Pask - Pal Joey
Mark Wendland - Next to Normal

Best Costume Design of a Play:
Dale Ferguson - Exit the King
Jane Greenwood - Waiting for Godot
Martin Pakledinaz - Blithe Spirit
Anthony Ward - Mary Stuart

Best Costume Design of a Musical:
Gregory Gale - Rock of Ages
Nicky Gillibrand - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Tim Hatley - Shrek The Musical
Michael McDonald - Hair

Best Lighting Design of a Play:
David Hersey - Equus
David Lander - 33 Variations
Brian MacDevitt - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
Hugh Vanstone - Mary Stuart

Best Lighting Design of a Musical:
Kevin Adams - Hair
Kevin Adams - Next to Normal
Howell Binkley - West Side Story
Rick Fisher - Billy Elliot, The Musical

Best Sound Design of a Play:
Paul Arditti - Mary Stuart
Gregory Clarke - Equus
Russell Goldsmith - Exit the King
Scott Lehrer and Leon Rothenberg - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Best Sound Design of a Musical:
Acme Sound Partners - Hair
Paul Arditti - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Peter Hylenski - Rock of Ages
Brian Ronan - Next to Normal

Best Direction of a Play:
Phyllida Lloyd - Mary Stuart
Bartlett Sher - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
Matthew Warchus - God of Carnage
Matthew Warchus - The Norman Conquests

Best Direction of a Musical:
Stephen Daldry - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Michael Greif - Next to Normal
Kristin Hanggi - Rock of Ages
Diane Paulus - Hair

Best Choreography:
Karole Armitage - Hair
Andy Blankenbuehler - 9 to 5: The Musical
Peter Darling - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Randy Skinner - Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Best Orchestrations:
Larry Blank - Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
Martin Koch - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Michael Starobin and Tom Kitt - Next to Normal
Danny Troob and John Clancy - Shrek The Musical

American Idol Season 8: Top 4 "Rock Music" Performances Night

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Watch below (click names to view performances) the performances of 4 remaining American Idol hopefuls doing their best "Rock" performances:

Adam Lambert - Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin

Randy: You should make a record with Slash!
Kara: You are a rock god!
Paula: Superstar!
Simon: One of my favorite performances.


Allison Iraheta - Cry Baby by Janis Joplin

Randy: I did not like it.
Kara: I see your personality.
Paula: You can play Janis Joplin.
Simon: You had a terrific vocal, but not original.


Kris Allen - Come Together

Randy: I liked.
Kara: Did not like it.
Paula: You are deserving.
Simon: It was like eating ice for lunch.


Danny Gokey - Dream On by Aerosmith

Randy: A+ for effort.
Kara: You took the swagger thing a bit too far.
Paula: A++ for going for it.
Simon: That scream was like a scene from Friday the 13th.


Danny Gokey and Kris Allen - Renegade by Styx


Adam Lambert and Allison Iraheta - Slow Ride

May 2009 Cover Girls

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Angel Locsin - MEGA Magazine May 2009


Ruffa Gutierrez - Preview Magazine May 2009


Heart Evangelista - Women's Health Philippines May 2009


Anne Curtis - Cosmopolitan Philippines May 2009


Anne Curtis - Yes! Magazine May 2009


Melissa Ricks - MEG Magazine May 2009


Denise Laurel - UNO Magazine May 2009


Bangs Garcia - FHM Philippines May 2009


Geneva Cruz - Maxim Philippines May 2009

Korina Sanchez - Star Studio Magazine May 2009 (click HERE to see photo)

Carmina Villaroel and Jodi Sta. Maria - Smart Parenting Magazine May 2009 (click HERE to see photo)

Karylle - Chalk Magazine May 2009 (click HERE to see photo)


Shaina Magdayao - Candy Magazine May 2009


Shaina Magdayao - Metro Magazine May 2009

2009 MTV Movie Awards - Nominees




Vampire inspired flick "Twilight" and Mumbai's "Slumdog Millionaire" will battle it out as both blockbuster films received nominations in six award categories including Best Movie, Best Kiss, and Breakthrough Male Performance in the 18th Annual MTV Movie Awards.

MTV also came up with two new categories Best Song from a Movie and Best WTF Moment which will surely bring a cinematic fun quotient.

The 2009 MTV Movie Awards marks the first year in which the final nominees were decided on by the fans. From May 4 - May 27, viewers can visit MovieAwards.MTV.com (www.MovieAwards.MTV.com) to vote for their favorite film moments and actors but the category of Best Movie will be a fight to the end as voting for favorite film of the year will remain open throughout the live show.


Here is the official list of nominees for the 2009 MTV Movie Awards:

Best Movie:

The Dark Knight
High School Musical 3: Senior Year
Iron Man
Slumdog Millionaire
Twilight

Best Female Performance:

Angelina Jolie – Wanted (Universal Pictures)
Anne Hathaway – Bride Wars (20th Century Fox)
Kate Winslet – The Reader (The Weinstein Company)
Kristen Stewart – Twilight (Summit Entertainment)
Taraji P. Henson – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Paramount Pictures)

Best Male Performance:

Christian Bale – The Dark Knight (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Robert Downey Jr. – Iron Man (Paramount Pictures)
Shia LaBeouf – Eagle Eye (DreamWorks SKG/ Paramount Pictures)
Vin Diesel – Fast and Furious (Universal Pictures)
Zac Efron – High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Walt Disney Pictures)

Breakthrough Female Performance:

Amanda Seyfried – Mamma Mia! (Universal Pictures)
Ashley Tisdale – High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Walt Disney Pictures)
Freida Pinto – Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
Miley Cyrus – Hannah Montana: The Movie (Walt Disney Pictures)
Vanessa Hudgens – High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Walt Disney Pictures)
Kat Dennings – Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (Columbia Pictures)

Breakthrough Male Performance:

Robert Pattinson – Twilight (Summit Entertainment)
Taylor Lautner – Twilight (Summit Entertainment)
Ben Barnes – The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Walt Disney Pictures)
Dev Patel – Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
Bobb’e J. Thompson – Role Models (Universal Pictures)

Best Comedic Performance:

Amy Poehler – Baby Mama (Universal Pictures)
Anna Faris – The House Bunny (Columbia Pictures)
James Franco – Pineapple Express (Columbia Pictures)
Jim Carrey – Yes Man (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Steve Carell – Get Smart (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Best Villain:

Derek Mears – Friday The 13th (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Dwayne Johnson – Get Smart (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Johnathon Schaech – Prom Night (Screen Gems)
Luke Goss – Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Universal Pictures)

Best Fight:

Anne Hathaway vs. Kate Hudson – Bride Wars (20th Century Fox)
Cristian Bale vs. Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Ron Perlman vs. Luke Goss – Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Universal Pictures)
Robert Pattinson vs. Cam Gigandet – Twilight (Summit Entertainment)
Seth Rogen and James Franco vs. Danny McBride – Pineapple Express (Columbia Pictures)

Best Kiss:

Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy – Wanted (Universal Pictures)
Freida Pinto and Dev Patel – Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
James Franco and Sean Penn – Milk (Focus Features)
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson – Twilight (Summit Entertainment)
Paul Rudd and Thomas Lennon – I Love You, Man (Paramount Pictures)
Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron – High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Walt Disney Pictures)

Best WTF Moment (New Category):

Amy Poehler – Baby Mama, Peeing In the Sink (Universal Pictures)
Angelina Jolie – Wanted, Curved Bullet Kill (Universal Pictures)
Ayush Mahesh Khedekar – Slumdog Millionaire, Jumping in the Poop Shed (Fox Searchlight)
Ben Stiller – Tropic Thunder, Tasting the Decapitated Head (DreamWorks SKG/ Paramount Pictures)
Jason Segel and Kristen Bell – Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Naked Break-Up (Universal Pictures)

Best Song from a Movie (New Category):

Jai Ho – AR Raham, Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
The Wrestler – Bruce Springsteen, The Wrestler (Fox Searchlight)
The Climb – Miley Cyrus, Hannah Montana: The Movie (Walt Disney Pictures)
Decode – Paramore, Twilight (Summit Entertainment)

The 18th annual MTV Movie Awards show will be hosted by Andy Samberg, and will be broadcast live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, CA on Sunday, May 31, 2009.

Priest and Nun Kiss Temptation Scandal




This new Antonio Federici ad promoting their Gelato Italiano is causing waves and controversy in the UK. With the ads that says "Kiss Temptation" shows a nun and a priest about to kiss.

But what more scandalous is a version that shows a hunky priest with his shirt off while the nun putting her leg upon him with the copy "Submit to Temptation".

The ad has already run in some publications, but it is now under investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority after complaints about it.

Angel Locsin is MEGA Magazine's Most Beautiful Woman of 2009

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Angel Locsin was hailed MEGA Magazine's Most Beautiful Woman of 2009 on their May 2009 issue featuring the 10 Most Beautiful A-list Celebrities of 2009.

MEGA Magazine describe Angel as lustrous, beguiling, unquestionably beautiful and genuinely good-natured.

When asked about what beauty means to her, she said, "
the simpler a woman is, the more beautiful she is because in her simplicity, you’ll instantly see that’s she’s beautiful. Not because she became famous, but because of the way she carries herself, what her aura emanates. That’s what’s beautiful to me. I admire a woman who has confidence, a woman who believes in herself, knows that she’s beautiful, intelligent and sexy and carries herself well, even if she’s not that beautiful in the popular sense. That’s number one.

"Number two, when you talk to a beautiful woman, what she says should make sense. You’ll find a woman more appealing if, from the start, she’s interesting to talk to. Then number three, her personality, of course. You may be intelligent and beautiful, but if you’re not approachable or you’re just not that pleasant to talk to, that’s the deal breaker."


See more of Angel plus 9 other most beautiful women like Nikki Gil, Charo Santos-Concio, Heart Evangelista, Stef Henares, Joanne Ramirez, Audrey Tan Zubiri, Michelle Panemanglor, Korina Sanchez and Carmina Villaroel in the May 2009 issue of MEGA Magazine.



Martin Nieverra Asked to Apologize for Singing the Philippine National Anthem




Teddy Atienza, head of the Heraldry Division of the National Historical Institute (NHI), said Martin Nievera violated Section 37 of the Republic Act No. 8491 by NOT singing the Philippine National Anthem in accordance with the musical arrangement of its composer Julian Felipe.

"Mali ang pagkanta niya…dapat sinundan niya ang nakalagay sa batas," Atienza said in a radio interview criticizing Martin Nievera’s version of Lupang Hinirang.

He even stressed that violators of this law will have to pay a fine between P5,000 and P20,000 or spend up to a year in prison. He asked Martin to ask for public apology for "tweaking" the Philippine National Anthem.

To add insult to the injury, the logo of the National Historical Institute was flashed right after Martin Nievera hit the final note.


But according to Martin, "Well it's going to be hard for me to apologize for something that I am not sorry for. I did not ask to do the anthem. Manny Pacquiao himself asked me to sing the National Anthem....My boss, Manny Pacquiao told me, 'basta wag yung mabagal. Gusto ko ‘yong parang march ang feel,'".

Pacquiao personally chose Martin to sing the national anthem for the boxer’s highly-anticipated bout with the British pugilist. Martin became the first male artist to sing the Philippine National Anthem in all of Pacman’s bouts after more than 10 female artists.

It’s interesting to note that in the past, the National Historial Institute (NHI) also reprimanded Charice, Jennifer Bautista and Christian Bautista for deviating from the song’s original form.

All three singers have apologized, saying it was not their intention that some notes or lines in the song were changed or omitted.

Robert Pattinson Man-on-Man Kiss on "Little Ashes"




Twilight superhunk Robert Pattinson goes gay in the new indie film Little Ashes.

Little Ashes is a British drama film, set against the backdrop of Franquist Spain as three of the era's most creative young talents meet at university and set off on a course to change their world. Luis Buñuel watches helplessly as the friendship between Salvador Dali and the poet Federico Garcia Lorca develops into an unusual love affair.

The movie stars Robert Pattinson as Salvador Dalí, Javier Beltrán as Federico Garcia Lorca and Matthew McNulty as Luis Buñuel.

Watch below Robert Pattinson (plays as Salvador Dali) share a smooch with his Javier Beltran (as Federico Garcia Lorca) as the two engage in some naked nighttime swimming.



Directed by Paul Morrison and Andres Padilla, Little Ashes starts rolling out to U.S. theaters on May 8, 2009.

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Mr. Venezuela Julio Cabrera is Ai-Ai delas Alas' New Boyfriend

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In this afternoon's The Buzz, comedy concert queen Ai-Ai delas Alas guested to promote her upcoming movie with Megastar Sharon Cuneta titled 'Best Friends Forever (BFF)', and during the interview with Kris Aquino and Ruffa Gutierrez, Ai-Ai also revealed she feels complete now and already found a new guy in her life that she will be soon introduced to the public. But with the insisting powers of Kris and Ruffa, Ai-Ai made no choice but to give a hint about the guy's personality - named Julio Cabrera, a Venezuelan boxer turned model, a 2002 Mister Venezuelan title holder, and a runner up in Mister International 2002.

And to give a face to the name Julio Cabrera, see picture below:



Ako Mismo - TV Plug




AKO MISMO is about YOU!


Making a stand and taking real action for the causes you believe in. Causes that you yourself can truly pursue to make a real, positive difference to your fellow countryman, to your country.

It is for you who still dare to hope that life for millions doesnt have to be a hopeless battle against problems like poverty, illiteracy, unemployment.

It is for you who believe that not enough is being done about our countrys problems. And that to do right things, youll do them yourself.

It is a movement where you can show your patriotism and compassion, and make these traits infectious.

Its about action that eradicates hopelessness in every Filipino.

How hard will this be to accomplish? Well that will be entirely up to you.

In AKO MISMO you get to choose the cause you wish to pursue. No cause is too small as long as it is a noble one. All we ask is that you make a pledge to do it.

You yourself can pledge anything: from teaching English to your yayas kid, to making sure that your barangay is dengue-free.

Or make a pledge to do your part in ending corruption, prostitution, illegal drugs or the inhumane treatment of animals. The choice is yours.

No matter how small, as long as you pledge that you yourself will take action, its sure to make a big difference.

Giving more hope for Filipinos to stop merely surviving, and start living. And it starts with you.

MISMO yan.

Watch AKO MISMO TVC below:




Martin Nievera - Lupang Hinirang

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Martin Nievera, the first male artist to sing the Philippine National Anthem in all of Manny Pacquiao’s bouts, performed with smooth serenity a fresh version of Lupang Hinirang approved by the National Historic Institute.

The first four lines started out slow...a dramatic instrumental follows. The tempo became upbeat at the beginning of the fifth line until it reaches the climax of the song. Then Martin hits a very high note at the end and maintained his vibrato to the delight of the proud Filipinos at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Watch Martin Nieverra sings Lupang Hinirang below:



Pacquiao - Hatton Fight Result: Pacquiao Wins over Hatton by TKO




Pinoy Best Pound-for-Pound Fighter in the World Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao wins over Ricky Hatton via technical knock out (TKO) in the second round of Pacquiao vs. Hatton East Meets West Super Lightweight World Championship bout, Saturday, May 2 (May 3 Manila time) at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In an interview with Mario Lopez just right after the fight, Pacquiao said "We study them, I surprised him in my right hand. But I didn’t expect a short fight. He hit me hard, I was lucky to have hit him with a right hook. He was surprised with my right hand. Yes, he was strong, and I was careful of not being hit."

Statistics showed that Pacquiao lands a total of 73 punches, while Hatton 18.

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