Daily Archive: April 11, 2018

“#CrushGoals: Alora Sasam gets a kilig message from her crush”

“#CrushGoals: Alora Sasam gets a kilig message from her crush”

 

Comedienne Alora Sasam is going to have her first starring role via ABS-CBN's longest running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya.

Not only is Alora on a high about being on MMK, she is also very thrilled to know that her ultimate crush, Carlo Aquino, has promised to watch the episode, which will be airing this Saturday, April 7 at 8:30 pm. She will be playing the role of a lesbian who falls in love with a gay man.

"Kapag sinabi ni crush na manunuod siya ng #MMK this Saturday��� Grabe! Mabuang nako!" Alora captioned her post on Instagram.

 

Check out Carlo's kilig message to Alora below:

10 Royal Baby Traditions You Might Not Know About

If you haven’t already heard, London is already preparing itself for the royal birth. Who are we kidding – of course you know that we’re very close to welcoming Kate Middleton’s third baby! Before we meet the little lady or lad, however, here’s the 411 on 10 royal baby traditions that you should know about, from the town crier’s birth announcement to the royal christening ceremony.

Is It Hot in Here or Is It Just These Sexy Celebrity PDA Moments?

There were tons of sexy PDA moments from celebrity couples last year, and even though it’s only April, this year is already starting to look even hotter! From award-show date nights to envy-inducing getaways, stars clearly aren’t waiting until Summer to turn up the heat – and who says you have to, anyway?

Aquino ready to face charges on Dengvaxia mass immunization

Aquino ready to face charges on Dengvaxia mass immunization

Former President Benigno Aquino III is ready to face charges in connection with the controversial dengue vaccine he had approved for a P3.5-billion mass immunization program that some of his critics have blamed for the death of several children, according to his spokesperson.

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