Daily Archive: April 15, 2018

Leonardo DiCaprio Tried (and Failed) to Keep a Low Profile at Coachella

Coachella always brings the stars out – both on stage and in the crowd – and 2018 was no exception. Leonardo DiCaprio returned to the desert on April 14 and once again attempted (and failed) to go incognito. The 43-year-old actor, accompanied by two women, popped up at the Neon Carnival, a few miles from Coachella. Leo kept his hoodie up and his sunglasses on, presumably to blend into the crowd. It’s hard to see exactly who he was getting cuddly with, but if we had to guess, we’d say there’s a good possibility it’s his rumored girlfriend, model Camila Morrone.

According to TMZ, earlier in the day, Leo and Camila were spotted at a party hosted by his rumored former flame – Rihanna. Once upon a time, it was Leo and Rihanna standing together in the Neon Carnival crowd, but, oh, how times have changed.

Keep reading to see more pics of Leo’s night undercover and make sure to check out all our favorite snaps of stars living it up at Coachella.

Revival of Kadiwa stores pushed to lower prices of basic goods

To rein in runaway prices of basic goods and commodities and help farmers get the best prices for their produce, Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos on Sunday pressed for the revival of the Kadiwa market system that was successfully implemented during the time of her father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos.

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Gordon: 10 senators to sign committee report on Dengvaxia probe

Gordon: 10 senators to sign committee report on Dengvaxia probe

Sen. Richard Gordon on Sunday said he expected at least 10 senators to sign his 17-member Senate blue ribbon committee report holding liable former President Benigno Aquino III and his officials for the dengue vaccine controversy and recommending the filing of graft charges against them. Gordon said at least four senators had signed his committee […]

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6 Reasons Rick Could – and Should – Die on The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead season finale is upon us, and the stakes are high for Rick Grimes, who may find himself in a battle that wipes out the Alexandrians for good. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Scott M. Gimple hinted at the unexpected. “If I said it mirrored [the comics] super closely, that would provide a lot of answers. Aspects of the comics are there, and then there’s some other stuff in there and some big left-hand turns to the comics.” Sounds like viewers who fear for Rick’s safety best beware because our gut tells us Rick’s chance of survival is more tenuous than ever.