Pauleen has a right to become a mom -- Dina Bonnevie
Vic Sotto's name probably comes up a lot each time Dina Bonnevie makes a public appearance. With Vic's wife Pauleen pregnant, however, reporters can't help but ask her about her ex's new journey to fatherhood.
According to Push, Dina admitted that Vic, who is 63 years old, seems relatively "too old na to have another child and to start all over again." She, however, justified that it's a non-issue. "You cannot take that away from Pauleen [who's now 20 weeks pregnant with Vic's baby]. She has also a right to become a mom and any wife would like to be a mother, di ba?" Dina told Push. "Lalo na kung mahal na mahal mo yung lalaking napangasawa mo, siyempre gusto mo makita yung naging prutas ng pagsasamahan niyo," she added.
Dina, who has two kids with Vic, Danica and Oyo both parents themselves, shared that Vic joked about going to his future daughter's PTA (parent-teacher conference) and being mistaken for her grandfather. "Ang sabi ko naman sa kanya, 'Given na 'yon. Alam mo 'yon pagpunta mo sa PTA, lolo ka," Dina quipped. Vic and Pauleen's relationship is an open book, so "I think they don't care about it," Dina said. (abs-cbn.com)
Sunshine Dizon's ex claims to receive death threats
In an interview on DZRH's Showbiz Talk Ganern, Timothy Tan, Sunshine Dizon's estranged husband said he received a threatening text message. "Right after nung [brawl] incident na yun, the following day, may nagti-text na sa akin. Parang sinasabi na, 'Hindi ka na sisikatan ng araw... Alam namin kung nasaan ka. Hahanapin ka namin, hindi ka namin titigilan hanggang hindi ka namin napapatay,'" he said. He did not disclose whom he suspects it came from, but he stated he is already working with the police on the best course of action.
Timothy plans to file a complaint against Robert Sison, the husband of Clarisma Sison, whom he is said to have an extra-marital relationship, and director Roderick Lindayag next week. Timothy claims that the director told him during the brawl, "Ang dapat sa 'yo tinutumba at papatayin kita," which made him fear for his life. He said he doesn't know why the director would threaten him, or if he had worked with Sunshine before. (pep.ph)
Pinay singer Angelica Hale earned Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent
The 9-year-old vocal powerhouse is going straight to the reality TV show competition's live shows. Angelica Hale has earned the Golden Buzzer after she did a stunning rendition of Alicia Key's "Girl on Fire."
"Angelica, you are the chosen one," said special guest judge Chris Hardwick who joined Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel and host Tyra Banks in America’s Got Talent's Judges’ Cuts round.
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"My heart was thumping out of my chest. When the golden confetti popped, I'm like all the breath was stolen out of me really," the little girl said in an interview after her performance. Angelica first captured the hearts of the America and the world when she impressively sang Andra Day's "Rise Up," during her first performance. They were even more amazed when they learned that, at her age, she had battled double pneumonia and survived a kidney transplant. Read her story here. (pep.ph)
National Museum releases new National Cultural Treasures According to the National Museum, the Intramuros monuments and other Luzon sites, which include the Ayusan-Paoa Spanish-era bridge in Vigan, Ilocos Sur; Silang church complex; Puerta Real Boundary Arch in Pagsanjan, Laguna; National Museum of Fine Arts; National Museum of Anthropology; and National Museum of History have "outstanding historical, cultural, artistic and scientific value, which is highly significant and important to the country." Along with these, the National Museum also declared structures and sites across the country as "Important Cultural Properties" (ICP) for having "exceptional cultural, artistic and historical significance to the Philippines." Some of these places include Rizal Memorial Sports Complex and Michel Apartments in Malate, Life Theater in Quiapo, and Old Iloilo Provincial Jail. (inquirer.net)
Life-sized cardboard cutouts of nursing moms help normalize breastfeeding
Here's a bold way to help other people get used to seeing women's breasts in a non-sexual way. The Porcupine Health Unit in Ontario, Canada, recently launched the campaign, appropriately titled "Breastfeeding in Public." The campaign will place life-sized cardboard cutouts of moms breastfeeding their kids (not just babies) in restaurants, government buildings, and businesses. "These life-size cutouts make breastfeeding very real because they are photos of mothers who live here in the community," said Meagan Potvin, a public health nurse with the Growing Healthy Families Program and leader of the campaign. Even though Ontario has a law protecting nursing moms, they still face discrimination which may cause them to stop breastfeeding altogether. The Porcupine Health Unit hopes to take the cutouts on tour to other communities across the region as well. (babble.com)