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Julia Montes confusion on new PH coins: Kailangan mong makitang maigi

Image: Instagram/@montesjulia08 Are you still not used to the new look of Philippine peso coins issued by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)? You are not the only one, because Julia Montes feels.....»»

Category: newsSource: philippinetimes philippinetimesJul 12th, 2018

Whatever happened to two-time NCAA MVP Allwell Oraeme?

Alwell Oraeme, without a doubt, dominated in his two years in the NCAA. Averaging 16.3 points, 20.3 rebounds, and 2.9 blocks in Season 91 and 15.8 markers, 19.8 boards, and 2.3 rejections in Season 92, Mapua University’s Nigerian powerhouse was the hands-down MVP in back-to-back years. Early last year, however, Oraeme had a falling out of sorts with Cardinals mentor Atoy Co. “Wala nang Oraeme (sa Mapua),” Co said last April 2017. Since then, the 6-foot-8 center’s whereabouts have been a mystery. Now, however, it looks like somebody finally has an answer to the question, “Where is Allwell Oraeme?” And, ironically, it’s coach Atoy himself who has the answer. “I heard he’s in Florida now,” he told reporters in their visit to their campus in Intramuros on Thursday. According to the always amiable mentor, Oraeme had been sending out feelers that he is hoping to return. As he put it, “Meron siyang mga pasabi, hindi sa akin, pero nakakarating sa akin, na may kinakausap siyang tao rito na gusto niyang bumalik.” For Co, that would be a welcome development for a Mapua side hoping for a return to relevance in the looming NCAA Season 94. “Kung gusto niyang bumalik, wala namang problema. Alam ko namang kailangan ko siya sa team,” he remarked. However, another misunderstanding has emerged in the relationship of coach Atoy and Allwell. “Gusto niya na bayaran namin yung airfare. Sa akin, wala namang problema yun kasi magkano lang ba airfare,” the former shared. He then continued, “Kaya nga lang, kung willing ka talagang bumalik, bumili ka ng sarili mong airfare para ipakita mo na in good (faith) na willing kang bumalik.” In the end, Co said that Oraeme has yet again proven that he does not value their relationship. “Ang gulo niyang kausap. Una sa lahat, hindi makatotohanan yung sinabi niya sa amin. Sabi niya, magpapahinga raw, pero yun pala, may balak siyang iba,” he said. Finally, the Cardinals mentor revealed the real reason for the departure of the two-time NCAA MVP. “In January (2017), he begged off, nakikiusap kung pwede siya mag-rest to heal yung injury sa legs niya. I said we’ll see and kung talagang ‘di ka makaka-recover, I will let you rest,” he said. He then continued, “Pero hindi pala yun ang katotohanan. Meron siyang girlfriend na nabuntis niya. Tamang-tama, yung girlfriend, American citizen na nagwo-work sa US Embassy and that’s why he was able to get a US visa.” If Mapua head coach Atoy Co is to be believed, Allwell Oraeme is in Florida. Until Allwell Oraeme himself comes out of hiding, though, nobody could be certain about that. What’s sure is that Mapua looks like the last of places the Nigerian powerhouse would be in – if ever he surfaces in the Philippines. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 28th, 2018

UAAP VOLLEYBALL: Final test for DLSU’s Big 3

It was Game 4 of the UAAP Season 76 Women's Volleyball Finals. A monstrous 21,314-strong crowd filled the Mall of Asia Arena, rocking the three-year-old state-of-the art venue in Pasay City. A do-or-die match for the four-peat-seeking De La Salle University, which a few weeks ago was the favorite to go all the way, make a flawless title run in the women’s volleyball tournament following a 14-0 sweep of the elimination round. They only needed two wins. The Lady Spikers held a thrice-to-beat advantage. They could’ve had won it all the game before. But a young and hungrier Ateneo de Manila University led by a third-year hitter in Alyssa Valdez and piloted by a newly-appointed Thai coach spoiled their run late in the fifth set. Then it all came to one final battle for the crown. Graduating Aby Marano, a feisty and vocal leader, tried to rally her teammates. DLSU was down two sets to none. Rookie Kim Kianna Dy was deployed for the first time in the series as a substitute. With her was another rookie, libero Dawn Macandili, her high school teammate at De La Salle Zobel. On the bench, freshman middle Majoy Baron, a recruit from Baguio City National High School, looked at her teammates as the Lady Eagles reached their 25th point. Tears fell almost simultaneously as the final whistle blew. DLSU lost their three-year throne. It was second stringer Baron, reserve libero Macandili and benchwarmer Dy’s first taste of the championship round. It was bitter. It was painful. They vowed for revenge the following season. But the aftertaste of that defeat lingered up until Season 77.      CHANGE OF FORTUNE   The trio under the guidance of head coach Ramil De Jesus were molded into legit stars in just three years. They finally earned the trust of the mentor, the architect of DLSU’s success the past two decades. Before Season 78, the Lady Spikers joined the Philippine Superliga under the Meralco banner during the off-season. There they became the whipping girls of the tournament, finishing fifth in the six-team field. But it was De Jesus’ way to strengthen the Lady Spikers’ minds and develop their skills. In order to build a strong team, he had to make them feel defeat. The trio of Macandili, Baron and Dy benefited from all of these. They had the weapons this time around against Ateneo in the bitter rivals’ fourth straight championship installment. Macandili’s floor defense was superb, Baron was a solid net defender alongside a graduating Mika Reyes. And Dy, the opposite who only saw action on borrowed playing time in Season 76, made her presence felt in the most important three games of the season. Dy brought down on its knees the mighty Ateneo with an average of 17 points per game in the Finals that went the full distance and earned the Finals Most Valuable Player award. Macandili won the Best Receiver and Best Digger honors while Baron was named Best Blocker. They gave the ‘Big Three of Reyes’, Ara Galang and Cyd Demecillo a fitting farewell gift. As they bid adieu to the trio, it was the time for Macandili, Baron and Dy to fit in to the shoes of DLSU’s new ‘Big Three’. SHINING MOMENT Season 79 became the litmus test for the three. DLSU lost most of its veterans save for graduating setter Kim Fajardo while hitter Desiree Cheng just came back from an ACL tear injury. The trio needed to step up. Most of the pressure was on Macandili’s shoulder. Before the start of the season, the five-foot Tanuan, Batangas defense specialist was named PSL All-Filipino Conference MVP as the DLSU-backed F2 Logistics ruled the tournament on June 2016. However, the Lady Spikers encountered a bumpy road in the UAAP, losing three games in the elims. Two against Ateneo. But it didn’t deter the three volleybelles from doing their part to carry the team back into the Finals against the Lady Eagles. It was the trio’s shining moment. Bringing in the experience, confidence and the signature swag, the Lady Spikers steamrolled past the Ateneo in two games to cap a successful season that saw Baron win the coveted Season MVP plum for her undeniable efficiency the whole tournament long. Baron was the first DLSU player to win the highest individual honor since Marano and Galang shared the award in Season 75. FINAL TEST “Iba ’yung pressure na kailangan mong buhatin ang team kasi last playing year mo na.” This was how Macandili described Season 80. Now playing on her last year, Macandili, like the rest of the ‘Big Three’ wanted to leave a winning legacy. “Siyempre gusto mong maging maganda ang exit mo and para sa team din na ma-achieve ang goal naming,” added Macandili, who a few months back was awarded as Asia’s Second Best libero during the AVC Asian Senior Women’s Volleyball Championship. “Nandoon din ang takot na last playing year mo na and hindi mo na mababalikan ‘to. Ayoko namang mag-exit na may regrets.”   The Lady Spikers advanced to the Finals for the tenth straight year and are on the brink of handing De Jesus his third career grand slam and DLSU’s 11th overall crown after taking down Far Eastern University in straight sets in Game 1. “Siguro this is our chance to bring back the three-peat and siyempre lahat ng sacrifices namin, lahat ng pinaghirapan namin, ito na 'yung final test namin,” said Dy. One last push to return the trust and confidence given by de Jesus. “We want to show coach na sa five years naman dito, these are the players that you produced. We want to honor him,” added Dy. Baron, for her part, wanted to fulfill a promise she made before the start of the season. To keep DLSU’s winning tradition. “Ayaw kong masira 'yung record ni coach. Kaya as much as possible, parang sobrang nabilib din ako sa sistema niya at mga seniors ko before, parang ayaw ko na puputulin ko 'yung history na ginagawa nila sa time ko ngayon,” she said. “Personally, 'yun ang motivation ko.” On Wednesday, Macandili, Baron and Dy could be playing their last games as Lady Spikers. The Big Three could be making their final bow. A last chance to join their teammates in forming a circle, kneeling and posing with an arm stretched while the other bent imitating an archer ready to release a flaming final arrow.   Three more DLSU players will be leaving the lair of the Lady Spikers. A trio that gave everything they got for five fruitful and colorful years. People, for sure, will be talking about their stints for the green and white for years. The stories of their ups and downs. The glory that they made together.   But for Baron, Macandili and Dy, it was the honor of playing for La Salle under the great Ramil De Jesus that will be their most cherished college memories.     ---   Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 1st, 2018

Coco at Julia sa iisang lugar nakatira

TAONG 2012 nagsimula ang TV series na “Walang Hanggan” na tumagal sa ere hanggang 2014. Dito nagsimulang ma-link romantically sina Coco Martin at Julia Montes at hanggang ngayon ay hindi pa rin mamatay-matay ang tsismis sa kanilang dalawa. Walang ibang na-link up to now kay Coco gayundin kay Julia. Ang….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsApr 20th, 2018

I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: Death threats and 5-peso coins, the MBA was crazy

There was confidence in the Metropolitan Basketball Association's regional format to succeed. After all, people love it when their home gets the spotlight. At the very least, the MBA was going to be a strong league for the actual cities and provinces that were represented in it. However, even those who believed in the MBA the most probably didn't expect just how big the reception was going to be. It was crazy and someone like this writer, who was too young to experience the bliss that is the MBA, can't do it justice. Fortunately, those who actually lived through the craziness of the MBA can tell those stories now, 20 long years later. Chito Victolero, former guard of the San Juan Knights and current head coach of Magnolia in the PBA: Sometimes merong mga unruly crowd na talagang very supportive sila at merong fanatics so sometimes nakakagawa sila ng mga ‘di tama, but you know kasama ‘yun eh. Kasama ‘yung sa dapat mong paghandaan, kasi you have to include it in your scouting report, ‘yung how to be mentally tough during the game. Kasama ‘yung crowd dun. ‘Yun nga ‘yung MBA. That’s why kakaiba siya kasi kung regular crowd lang siya, parehas lang ng ibang liga ‘yan. That’s why kakaiba ‘yung MBA. The crowd was very different then. ‘Yun ‘yung maganda dun. Kasama siguro sa marketing strategy ng MBA ‘yun, how to deal sa ganung crowd. Kasi iba ‘yung crowd, iba ‘yung atmosphere, iba ‘yung spirit ng game, lahat nandun eh. Nakaka-miss nga eh. When you go to Bacolod, to Cebu, nae-excite ka agad because you know there’s a big crowd. We wonder if coach Chito has a scouting report for Ginebra fans during Manila Clasico?   Dondon Hontiveros, former guard for the Cebu Gems who went on to become a PBA legend. Current guard for Alab Pilipinas: There was a time talaga na masasabi ko na ‘yung outrageous na ginagawa ng mga fans pa… may mga batuhan. Nakita nga natin dito may nagbato ng bottled water sa referee pero it was worse then. It even came to a point na kapag nalaman ng fans kung ano ‘yung hotel ng kalaban parang inaabangan na ba. And ganun din kami if we go travel to Bacolod, ganun din ‘yung nae-experience namin. Fortunately for me, pagkakaalam ng mga taga-Bacolod, taga-doon ako because the year before, in 1997, I played there sa Negros Basketball Association for Central and maganda pinakita ko. So naalala nila na dun ako naglaro, so ‘di naman masama para sa’kin. Cebu vs. Negros was one of the premier rivalries in the MBA and Hontiveros was the star of the Gems. "Fortunately for me," might be an understatement for Dondon.   Rafi Reavis, former center for the San Juan Knights. Still plays for Magnolia in the PBA and is the winningest active player, with 10 championships: It was always one of the teams at the South, because it was always the North versus the South. Negros, we had a tough time down there. Cebu’s also a tough place to play – not only did you have do play in a hostile environment, and when I say hostile I mean coins being thrown at you, hamburgers, apples, anything you can think of, it can be coming your way. You really had to watch out if things get heated in those places. That was just how passionate the fans were. I mean, they’re the nicest people but hey, don’t come in here and try to take what we’re trying to achieve here. It was pretty cool.  I never heard any racist things but I’ve been cursed out by old ladies before. I remembered an old lady, about 80-plus year-old, she just walked by me before the game cursing me out so I was like ‘Wow!’. But I also understood these fans are just passionate, this was their home team, so I understood. I get it. And as a player, you cannot let stuff like that affect you, and that’s just the will power you had to have. You have to put yourself inside of a bubble and focus on the task at hand which is the game, win the game and get out of there, hopefully safely, and leaving everything else to the fans and the things you can’t control, you leave it alone. Rafi must have been quite the charm back in the MBA.   Reynel Hugnatan, former forward for the Negros Slashers and current forward for the Meralco Bolts with at least 5,000 career points in the PBA: Naalala ko nun naglaro kami sa Cebu, may dala na kamig mga payong sa ilalim ng upuan namin. Kasi alam namin, pag konting ano lang, magbabatuhan na naman. Pag nagbatuhan, ready na kami, may payong na kami. Always bring an umbrella folks.   Nash Racela, former head coach for the Batangas Blades and current head coach for TNT KaTropa: If you watch the MBA ang daming hecklers di ba, talagang sinisigawan ka the whole game. I'm thinking one game in Davao, and there was another game in Negros na parang the whole game, may isang tao nasa likod ko na sigaw lang ng sigaw sa akin. Ganun talaga eh, it just shows the passion of the Filipino basketball fans. That's understandable, it really made the game more interesting nung mga panahon na yun. We think coach Nash would prefer this set up than having to bring his own umbrella to the bench.   Alex Compton, former guard for the Manila Metrostars and current head coach for the Alaska Aces: It hurts if a five-peso coin comes flying from the upper deck and hits you in the head. That leaves a bump and that happened a few times in a few different places. In the MBA that was almost expected because everybody was so intense. You should have brought an umbrella coach.   Peter Musngi, the one and only "Voice of ABS-CBN," he was one of the key people for ABS-CBN in the MBA from the league's inception to its untimely demise: One of the things that I remember, and kapag inaalala ko nga lang kinakabahan pa ko eh, I think I was seated beyond Commissioner Ogie Narvasa then sa official’s table and noong nagbatuhan… we were warned already kasi it was Negros vs. Cebu, sabi baka magkagulo. Noong may questionable call daw ng referee, biglang nagliparan ‘yung mga coins. Nakita ko talaga tumatama kay Commissioner Ogie Narvasa, but he looked at the back and stayed. Ako naman, tatakbo na sana ako (laughs) kasi nagkakagulo na pero ‘nung nakita ko si Ogie, ‘Ay nakakahiya, sige na nga bahala na matamaan sa ulo’ (laughs). So that’s one. The others are from the coverage standpoint, dahil we were always moving around, and it came to a point paggising mo ‘di mo alam kung nasaan ka. It takes a few minutes to think ‘Oh, saan kami nanggaling? Saan na kami ngayon?’ Or the fact that we were eating Jollibee for breakfast, lunch and dinner (laughs) because ‘yun ang sponsor eh. That wasn’t bad, but we had to be creative and say, I mean kasi umuulan, umaaraw, ‘di mo alam tapos, sabi naming ‘At least man lang arroz caldo, mainit.’ Jollibee all day, everyday? Now that's crazy.   Ramon Fernandez, the "El President" and four-time PBA Most Valuable Player served as the MBA's very first Commissioner: The biggest problem of the Commissioner's Office at the time were the fans, the rowdy fans. Masyadong fanatic sa mga teams nila. I remember distinctly one game in Negros, it was the Cebu Gems and the Negros Slashers, nagkagulo yung players. The fans just started throwing things and I had to stop the game. Mabuti na lang nandoon yung bishop, sitting beside me. So pinakiusapan ko siya na, 'Bishop baka pwede mo naman kausapinyung crowd na let's just enjoy and have fun' pumayag naman siya. Natuloy yung game, laro ulit. Eh nagkaroon na naman ng gulo, ganun na naman nangyaro so I said, 'Bishop baka one more time,' sabi niya, 'Mon leave it all to God.' Sometimes all you can do is just pray and ask for Divine Intervention.   Ramon Tuason, CEO of MetroBall, Inc., the mother company of the Metropolitan Basketball Association: It was a Cebu-Davao game and Ramon Fernandez was able to gather 14 large garbage cans of debris [from the game]. From rocks, to plastic bottles, to bottles with green liquid inside, anything. Marbles, socks with marbles inside, they were throwing everything inside. As a matter of fact, we had to ban plastic drinking water from entering the stadium after like the fourth or fifth game. We had to go through the Army, the PNP, and everybody to have support in the stadiums because of the fans' passion. We call it the passion of the nation but sometimes, they become too passionate, too emotional. Very difficult to control the crowds. In Bacolod, there was a situation where a bomb exploded inside a garbage can. Players, coaches, and including us got death threats especially during the inauguration game, because as you remember, the PBA, who was I guess threatened, decided to move their opening day to our same opening day and made it a Robert Jaworski birthday bash. I guess Jaworski fans were a bit pissed off that we were in the same day but actually, they moved their opening day to ours, as a matter of fact, ABS-CBN had a countdown. The PBA was threatened? Interesting... (to be continued)   *I Love You, This Game is a series celebrating the Metropolitan Basketball Association's 20th anniversary. Stay tuned for more! READ PART 1: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: The logo that started a basketball revolution READ PART 2: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: The Passion of the Nation READ PART 3: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: Trouble from Lakerland --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 12th, 2018

Finals MVP Kai Sotto: ‘Ako ang pinakamasayang tao sa Pilipinas’

Kai Sotto was all smiles after Ateneo de Manila High School edged out Nazareth School of National University to win the championship in the UAAP 80 Juniors Basketball Tournament. That was from the very end of Game 3 until his post-game interview. “Siyempre, sobrang saya ko po. Isa ako siguro sa mga pinakamasayang tao sa buong Pilipinas,” he told reporters. He then continued, “Siyempre, nanalo kami ng championship. Siyempre, sino ba namang ‘di masasarapan dun?” Indeed, why wouldn’t the towering teen be happy as it was his putback that proved to be the go-ahead basket for the title. And proving to be a wonderful team player, he deflected all credit to his teammates – even after being hailed as the Finals MVP. Great show of sportsmanship for the Finals MVP, Kai Sotto. #UAAPSeason80jrs pic.twitter.com/urKJZWZD4Z — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) Marso 2, 2018 Asked about his gesture, the 7-foot-1 big man answered, “Yung Finals MVP, lahat yun, para sa team ko. Hindi ko naman makukuha yun kung ‘di dahil sa coach ko at sa teammates ko. Showing that he has a clutch gene and championship DNA to go along with his otherworldly height, Sotto exhibited more evidence that he is more than worthy of the hype. “Tinext po kasi ako ni coach Joe (Silva), sabi niya, ‘Kai, kailangan ka namin. Kailangan mong ipakita talaga yung galing mo,’” he shared. He then continued, “Sabi ko naman, ‘Coach, ‘di na kailangang sabihin yan. Gagawin ko talaga yan kasi itong last game, para sayo ‘to.’” He did what he said he would do and now, the 15-year-old has two trophies to showcase his worth – one, a UAAP championship and two, a Finals MVP. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 2nd, 2018

‘Alyana’ Yassi Pressman resists being ‘third wheel’ to Coco Martin, Julia Montes

MANILA, Philippines — Netizens took to social media their reaction to Tuesday night’s episode of “Ang Probinsyano,” wherein Coco Martin’s leading lady in the.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 28th, 2018

‘Lola’s boy’ Daniel proud of his old-soul taste and sensibility

  Daniel Padilla has been setting young girls' hearts aflutter since he was 14 years old, when he began playing consort to then teen princesses, Julia Montes ("Gimik 2010") and Kathryn Bernardo ("Growing Up" and, later, "Princess and I"). The heartthrob has since come into his own, proving he's an actor worth his salt in cachet-boosting portrayals in films like "Crazy Beautiful You," "Barcelona: A Love Untold" and "Can't Help Falling in Love." But, don't let his millennial swagger fool you. When DJ isn't peppering his easygoing replies with slang words like "petmalu" and "ermat," he evinces the maturity of an old soul who doesn't mind sharing how his grandmother has hel...Keep on reading: ‘Lola’s boy’ Daniel proud of his old-soul taste and sensibility.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 31st, 2018

UAAP 80 VOLLEYBALL: Adamson bashers push Paat to make a comeback

Mylene Paat clearly remembers the moment that made her decide to return to the Adamson University Lady Falcons for the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament. “Mga a year after (ko umalis), noong nakita kong naglalaro 'yung Adamson sa UAAP, nagkaroon ako ng goosebumps, naramdaman ko na kailangan kong bumalik at patunayan na may igagaling pa 'yung Adamson,” said the graduating middle. Paat left Adamson in 2016 and brought her trade in the commercial league.   “Noong umalis ako sa Adamson, nagpaalam ako nang maayos sa mga pari, sa team, sa Akari. At that time, gusto ko mag-focus na maglaro ng pro at mag-work na lang muna. Graduate naman na ako so 'yun 'yung sinabi ko sa sarili,” she explained. But even after quitting the disjointed Lady Falcons after a shaky Season 78 when then head coach Sherwin Meneses resigned from his post midway into the tournament, Paat kept track of Adamson’s campaign the following year. It was a disastrous Season 79 for the San Marcelino-based squad. The Lady Falcons lost all of their first 13 games before snapping their slump with a win against University of the East. A 1-13 win-loss record – the school’s worst in 15 years – relegated Adamson to the bottom.      “Nakaka-frustrate lang marinig na maraming nagda-down sa Adamson dahil sa standings namin,” recalled Paat. “Mas nakaka-frustrate kasi alam kong kaya ko pang tumulong sa kanila.” Paat, together with another returnee in setter Fenela Emnas, slowly tried to get back into the team and found coach Air Padda as a no nonsense mentor that could help her develop her skills further.  “Noong una, kumukuha muna ako ng time hanggang sa nakiki-training na ako sa kanila. Nakikita ko 'yung jelling nila. Naabutan ko din 'yung mga umalis ng Lady Falcons, narinig ko 'yung concerns nila. Nakita ko kung paano mag-coach si coach Padda,” she said. “Sabi ko kahit nasa pro league ako, kahit magagaling na 'yung coaches na humawak sa akin, noong nakita ko 'yung training ni coach Air, alam kong talagang gagaling pa ako sa kanya. Kahit hard training siya, nasa tao naman 'yung kung tatanggpin nila.” “Unang training ko pa lang kay coach Padda, kasali na agad ako doon sa mga parusa pag di tama 'yung ginawa mo. Siyempre, sprint lang ako,” Paat added. “Kita mo agad na gusto talaga ni coach na gumaling ka. Parang may pake talaga siya sa ilalaro mo. Gusto ko 'yung style niya. Isa-isa talaga siya mag-coach at detalyado siya sa mga kailangan mong i-improve.” “Masaya nga ako kasi tinanggap nila ako kahit di ako makapag-training agad sa kanila kasi may commitments pa ako sa Cignal (sa Philippine Superliga). Na-realize ko na kung di man skills ang pinakama-contribute ko, kahit sa maturity na lang.”     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 27th, 2018

Julia Montes looks up to Kathryn Bernardo for action scenes

MANILA, Philippines — After Mara, it is now Clara’s turn to become an action star. Source link link: Julia Montes looks up to Kathryn Bernardo for action scenes.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Julia Montes shares Coco Martin’s Nazareno devotion

MANILA, Philippines — Julia Montes, rumored girlfriend of Coco Martin, admitted that she and the “Ang Probinsyano” star share the same faith in Quiapo’s famo.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Julia Montes looks up to Kathryn Bernardo for action scenes

MANILA, Philippines — After Mara, it is now Clara’s turn to become an action star......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Beauty queen, nadulas sa tunay na estado ni Coco

HANGGA’T walang pag-amin o pagtanggi na personal na manggagaling kay Coco Martin, sadyang hindi siya tatantanan tungkol sa tunay na relasyon nila ni Julia Montes. Nang mag-guest ang beauty queen turned actress na si Kylie Versoza sa Tonight with Boy Abunda, natanong ito kung posible ba siyang makipag-date kay Coco….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 4th, 2018

Nancy Asks BSP To Temporarily Stop New P5 Coins in Circulation

To avoid further public confusion, Senator Nancy Binay today said that the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) might consider to temporarily stop the issuance of new generation coins that it plans to release in January... The post Nancy Asks BSP To Temporarily Stop New P5 Coins in Circulation appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsDec 28th, 2017

WATCH | Senator Nancy Binay asks BSP to delay release of new coins

Senator Nancy Binay on Wednesday asked the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to temporarily hold in abeyance the distribution of a new set of coins next month, pending the conduct of an effective public information campaign. The initial rollout of the new generation of the PhP5 coin, Binay noted, has been accompanied by some confusion because […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsDec 27th, 2017

The home that Julia Montes doesn't want to let go

The home that Julia Montes doesn't want to let go.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 8th, 2017

Julia Montes: ‘I’m not switching networks after ‘Doble Kara’’

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Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsFeb 6th, 2017

2016 longest running daytime soap’s explosive ending

Daytime Drama Queen Julia Montes thanks viewers for their unwavering support for Doble Kara, 2016’s longest running daytime soap for more than a year......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsFeb 6th, 2017

Julia Montes dismisses rumored transfer to GMA Network after Doble Kara

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Julia Montes meets her biological father, Martin Schnittka

Julia Montes meets her biological father, Martin Schnittka.....»»

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Julia Montes meets biological father for the first time

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