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Things You Didn’t Know About Sandara Park’s career as a KPop Idol

FROM our “Pambansang Krung Krung” to South Korea’s beloved Dara, Sandara Park had reinvented her career many times over. For most Filipinos, we know her as one of the contestants in Star Circle Quest. We’ve gotten in lines just to watch her movies and we’ve seen her face in print ads and billboards all over […] The post Things You Didn’t Know About Sandara Park’s career as a KPop Idol appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

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Zephanie showcases delicate vocals in new song

Idol Philippines grand winner Zephanie Dimaranan demonstrates her maturity as a singer through her new single “Sabihin Mo Na Lang Kasi,” released on Friday under Star Music. .....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesJul 25th, 2020Related News

Mavy ‘hero’ ang turing kay Zoren; Cassy idol na idol si Julie Anne

    BUKOD sa hosting at pagsasayaw, marami pa palang talento ang celebrity twins na sina Cassy at Mavy Legaspi. Nai-share ng Kapuso siblings sa mga fans ang ilang trivia tungkol sa kanila sa ginanap na Kapuso Brigade ZOOMustahan recently. Kuwento ni Cassy, magaling ding mag-drawing ang kanyang twin brother, “Very artistic si Mavy. As […] The post Mavy ‘hero’ ang turing kay Zoren; Cassy idol na idol si Julie Anne appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 23rd, 2020Related News

Rahm s wild day ends with Memorial win and No. 1 ranking

By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — The drama was more than Jon Rahm wanted. The result was what he always imagined. Rahm became the No. 1 player in the world Sunday with a victory in the Memorial in which he watched an eight-shot lead at the turn shrink to three shots with three holes to play, and then hit what he called the greatest shot of his life that turned into a bogey because of a penalty. All that mattered was that fist-bump — not a handshake — with Jack Nicklaus, and taking his place along his idol Seve Ballesteros as the only Spaniards to reach No. 1 in the world. With a two-shot penalty for his ball moving the length of a dimple on his chip-in behind the 16th green, Rahm closed with 3-over 75 for a three-shot victory over Ryan Palmer. Rahm got up-and-down on the final four greens, which made it feel even sweeter. “One of the best performances of my life,” Rahm said. “Yesterday was probably one of the best rounds of my life, and finished today with some clutch up-and-downs. As a Spaniard, I'm kind of glad it happened that way.” The fiery emotion is his hallmark. He showed it with a tee shot that sailed left into a creek on the 11th hole, Rahm slamming his club into the ground in a pique of anger. And it was evident with that ferocious fist-pump when his flop shot from deep rough behind the 16th green rolled into the cup. Birdie or bogey, it was a winner, a shot that would have made Ballesteros proud. “I still can't believe it, I'm not going to lie,” he told Nicklaus off the 18th green. With the penalty — Rahm had no idea it was an issue after his round, but accepted the penalty when he saw a video that zoomed in close on the ball — he finished at 9-under 279 for his 10th career victory, fourth on the PGA Tour. Muirfield Village played its toughest in 42 years, with only five players under par, the fewest for the final round since this tournament began in 1976. Rahm's 75 was the highest finish by a winner since Roger Maltbie shot 76 the inaugural year. The rough wasn't cut all week. The greens were allowed to go to the edge because they are being replaced. Crews already had stripped the entire fifth green as the leaders were on the back nine. Rahm looked to be playing a different course. He played bogey-free on the front nine with birdies on the two par 5s. That put him eight shots clear on his way to No. 1. And then he made bogey on the 10th. Not a problem. He yanked his tee shot into a creek on the par-5 11th, and that was a bigger problem based on how hard he slammed the club into the ground in a pique of anger. He made double bogey. Palmer made birdie on the 12th, and then Rahm made another bogey from the bunker on the 14th. Just like that, the lead was three shots. Only a week ago at Muirfield Village for the Workday Charity Open, Justin Thomas had a three-shot lead with three holes to play and wound up losing in a playoff to Collin Morikawa. Rahm was worried his tee shot might find the back bunker, though the rough was not a great option with how fast the greens were running. Rahm was thinking anything inside 10 feet would be good. This was perfect, the ball landing on the fringe and sliding down the slope into the cup. As for the penalty? “It doesn’t change the outcome of the tournament,” he said. “It just puts a little bit of an asterisk in it in the sense of I wish I could just keep that birdie because it was one of the greatest shots of my life, right?” The chip was similar — but from a different angle — to Tiger Woods chipping in from behind the 16th green when he won the Memorial for the fifth time in 2012. Woods, in his first competition since Feb. 16 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, shot 76 and tied for 40th. “Tough, tough conditions to start out my first week back, Thursday and Sunday,” Woods said. “But it was good to get the feel and the flow of competing again.” Matthew Fitzpatrick had a 68 for the low score of the final day to finish third. The consolation prize went to Palmer (74) and Mackenzie Hughes (72), who earned spots in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot in September as the leading two players from the top 10 who were not already eligible. Henrik Norlander could have taken the final spot with a par on the 18th, but he missed the fairway well to the right, couldn't reach the green and made bogey. Norlander and Hughes tied at 3-under 285, but the spot went to Hughes because he had the better world ranking. That ranking now starts with Rahm, who only four years ago was at the Memorial to receive the Jack Nicklaus Award as the nation's best college player. Now he's the best in the world, a ranking that McIlroy had since Feb. 9. “He deserves it,” McIlroy said after his tie for 32nd. “He's been playing great for a long time. Even the display this week, it's pretty impressive.”.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 20th, 2020Related News

History-making Pinoy US NCAA coach emulates Phil Jackson

Poised to take the head coaching reins at the University of California (UC) Riverside men's basketball program, Magpayo aims to follow the footsteps of his coaching idol in dealing with his own squad......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJul 18th, 2020Related News

Dante Gulapa humingi ‘ayuda’ sa madlang pipol; hirap maningil sa pautang

  KINAPALAN na ng internet sensation na si Dante Gulapa ang kanyang mukha para lang makahanap ng bagong pagkakakitaan ngayong panahon ng pamdemya. Sa kanyang Facebook account, humingi siya ng tulong sa madlang pipol para magkaroon ng trabaho dahil hirap na hirap na siyang buhayin ang kanyang tatlong anak. “HI PO MGA KA IDOL. KUMUSTA […] The post Dante Gulapa humingi ‘ayuda’ sa madlang pipol; hirap maningil sa pautang appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 15th, 2020Related News

Kim Idol pumanaw na sa edad 41; hinintay lamang ang ina bago mamaalam

  TILA hinintay lamang ng stand-up comedian na si Kim Idol ang pagdating ng kanyang ina bago tuluyang mamaalam ngayong umaga. Pumanaw ang komedyante (Michael Argente sa tunay na buhay) dakong alas-8 ng umaga sa Manila Central University Hospital sa Caloocan City. Siya ay 41 taong gulang. Ilang araw ding na-confine si Kim sa ospital […] The post Kim Idol pumanaw na sa edad 41; hinintay lamang ang ina bago mamaalam appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 13th, 2020Related News

Kim Idol hindi na ibuburol kapag nag-positibo sa COVID-19, iki-cremate agad

  DEPENDE sa magiging resulta ng COVID-19 test na isinagawa kay Kim Idol kung ibuburol muna ang kanyang labi o agad itong iki-cremate. Pumanaw ang komedyante kaninang umaga sa edad na 41 matapos ma-confine ng ilang araw aa Manila Central University Hospital dahil sa pagdurugo sa utak dulot na sakit niyang AVM o brain arteriovenous […] The post Kim Idol hindi na ibuburol kapag nag-positibo sa COVID-19, iki-cremate agad appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 13th, 2020Related News

Nanay ni Kim Idol hirap magdesisyon para sa buhay ng anak; humiling ng donasyon

  FOLLOW-UP ito sa kalagayan ng stand-up comedian na si Kim Idol na balitang “brain dead” na at hinihinintay na lang ang desisyon ng ina kung tatanggalin na ang life support nito o itutuloy pa rin.   Matatandaang itinakbo si Kim sa Manila Central University Hospital noong Huwebes ng madaling araw matapos makitang wala nang […] The post Nanay ni Kim Idol hirap magdesisyon para sa buhay ng anak; humiling ng donasyon appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 11th, 2020Related News

Kim Idol ‘brain dead’ na: I’d rather die on stage than die on my bed…

“BRAIN dead na po si Kim Idol, waiting na lang po sa decision ng mama niya kung stop na magbigay ng gamot.” Ito ang pahayag sa amin ng isang malapit na kaibigan ng stand-up comedian na si Brianne Alejandria. Sa Bicol daw manggagaling ang ina ni Kim pero ang mga kapatid niya ay nasa ospital […] The post Kim Idol ‘brain dead’ na: I’d rather die on stage than die on my bed… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 10th, 2020Related News

Kim Idol biglang hinimatay, nasa kritikal na kundisyon: Wag kang susuko, lumaban ka!

  HUMILING ng dasal ang pamilya at malalapit na kaibigan ng komedyanteng si Kim Idol na nasa kritikal na kundisyon ngayon. Ayon sa inisyal na report, natagpuan si Kim o Michael Argente sa tunay na buhay, sa isang bahagi ng Philippine Arena kaninang madaling-araw nang walang malay. Agad siyang dinala sa Manila Central University Hospital […] The post Kim Idol biglang hinimatay, nasa kritikal na kundisyon: Wag kang susuko, lumaban ka! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 9th, 2020Related News

Christian Bautista makes international comeback, collaborates with Indonesian star

"Asia's Romantic Balladeer" Christian Bautista makes a comeback to the international scene as he collaborates with Indonesian Idol Grand Champion Delon in the track “We Are Here.” .....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJul 9th, 2020Related News

Beautiful young man& nbsp;

Miguel Odron may not be a household name yet, but to those who staunchly supported his Idol Philippines quest wherein he became one of its top five contenders, loving him was not so difficult to do......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: EditorialJul 6th, 2020Related News

PBA: Nambatac recalls first practice with Yap: 'Nabulol ako'

From what it looks like, the keys to the Rain or Shine franchise have been handed to Rey Nambatac. The former Letran star truly blossomed in the last PBA season, giving the Elasto Painters some great playoff wins by way of his clutch performances. [Related: PBA: Nambatac continues to prove status as ROS’ top gun] The former first-round pick is getting all the opportunities to accelerate his development, getting the much-needed playing time all while playing with championship-winning veterans. Championship-winning veterans like James Yap. "Nabulol ako, hindi ako nakapag-salita ng maayos," Nambatac said on the PBA's Kamustahan as he recalled the moment he practiced with Yap for the first time. "Si Manong [James] kasi idol ko talaga since elementary pa ko. First day of practice ko, kinausap niya agad ako. Sa isip ko, 'panaginip lang yata to,'" he added. In his rookie season, Nambatac didn't see much playing time behind Rain or Shine's crew of veteran guards. But as he made his transition from college to pros, Yap's early piece of advice to Nambatac sure came in handy as Rey finally got his chance in his sophomore year. "Sinabi niya sakin na pagbutihin ko raw at hindi naman daw ganoon kahirap practice namin kasi professional na nga raw kami," Nambatac said. "At huli niyang sinabi sakin, i-guide niya raw ako para madali akong makapag-adjust," he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 5th, 2020Related News

My Tatang, my idol (2)

In my column last Wednesday, I wrote that when my wife and I were still living at Philam Homes in Quezon City, a group of politicians from Bangued, Abra came. They told me that they wanted me to relocate to Abra and then run for mayor first, and then governor and congressman......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsJun 26th, 2020Related News

My Tatang, my idol

Last Sunday was Father’s Day and I could not help remembering my late father, Emiliano Cortez Jurado—Tatang, as we Ilocanos called our fathers......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsJun 24th, 2020Related News

Desiderio names 3 PBA players that gave him the 'wow factor'

For incoming second-year guard Paul Desiderio, there are three PBA players who truly gave him the wow factor in the PBA. Blackwater's former no. 4 pick named TNT's Jayson Castro, San Miguel Beer's Alex Cabagnot, and Magnolia's PJ Simon as the guys that stood out to him once he made it to the league following an inspiring UAAP stint with the UP Fighting Maroons. Desiderio made the reveal on Extra Rice with Rain or Shine's Beau Belga. "Unang-una, na-ano talaga ako sa basketball IQ ni coach Alex [Cabagnot]," Desiderio said. "Tapos, si Jayson Castro sobrang bilis. Then si Peter June Simon, yun talaga ginagaya-gaya ko. Talagang idol na idol ko yun, bawat galaw niya," he added. In an on-the-spot scenario, Mr. Atin 'To also named the player he'll start, bench, and cut. Desiderio got pretty logical with the player he was going to cut. "Ang hirap naman. Pero start ko si kuya Jayson, kasi nga best point guard in Asia. Then bench ko si coach Alex," he said. "Syempre pa-retire na rin si kuya PJ, siya na lang cut ko," Desiderio added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 12th, 2020Related News

Hyun Bin is ‘definitely coming’ to the Philippines – telco execs

South Korean actor and “crush ng bayan” Hyun Bin is more visible than ever in this country as telecommunications giant Smart Communications, Inc. unveiled its latest ad campaign featuring the 37-year-old superstar from Netflix’ hit series, “Crash Landing on You.” This is the first time a local telco has tapped a K-drama idol to represent […].....»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsJun 6th, 2020Related News

Virtual entertainment from Kapuso stars

GMA Artist Center (GMAAC) talents continue to interact with their fans and bring them the fun they’re missing via a series of online shows namely #ArtistHideout, Just In, E-Date Mo Si Idol, and Quiz Beh!......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesMay 28th, 2020Related News

Marlo Mortel, susubukang mag-audition sa American Idol

INAMIN sa amin ni Marlo Mortel na  ini-encourage siya ni Evelyn Cormier, 2019 American Idol finalist na ka-duet niya sa kantang Bones which he produced na mag-audition sa American Idol next year (2021). “Nung nabanggit ko sa kanya na super fan ako ng Idol, sabi niya subukan ko daw sumali kasi magandang experience daw yon saka […] The post Marlo Mortel, susubukang mag-audition sa American Idol appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsMay 25th, 2020Related News