LOOK: Jennylyn's son Alex Jazz bonds with her boyfriend Dennis Trillo
Even with their busy schedules, Jennylyn and Dennis make time for each other outside of work. For her part, Jen also finds time to bond with son Alex Jazz (with ex-boyfriend Patrick Garcia) as often as she can, and it seems her boyfriend also wants the same. Last May 23, Jen shared a video clip of Dennis with her eight-year-old on Instagram Stories where Dennis is seen playing the piano while Alex Jazz sits comfortably beside him. Jennylyn simply captioned the story with a tears-of-joy emoji.
Jennylyn and Dennis began dating in 2010 but parted ways after a year. In 2015, it was rumored that they had gotten back together, although they have never publicly labeled their relationship. (pep.ph)
Delamar Arias celebrates daughter's first month
Yesterday marked the first month of life of Delamar's daughter Harper Adeline whom she and husband Tyler Ashley welcomed on April 25. The former Morning Rush radio host, however, celebrated a milestone days earlier. "Twenty-eight days old today. Last time I was a mother to a daughter it was only for 27 days. So today I am happy. I am relieved. I suppose mothers like me celebrate crazy things like that," she captioned an Instagram photo of her and Harper. "I wish your heart gets stronger, baby love," Delamar added. The mother of four lost her daughter Eva Sloane in 2013 less than a month after she gave birth.
PHIVOLCS and NDRRMC: Prepare for aftershocks The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) is advising citizens to expect aftershocks after an earthquake jolted Metro Manila and nearby provinces last night. The tremor, which PHIVOLCS recorded at a magnitude-5.5 at its epicenter in Zambales, was felt in parts of Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, Bataan, and Benguet at around 10:27 last night. There were no immediate damages reported, but the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) has sent warnings via text messages nonetheless. Based on the Twitter page of PHIVOLCS, there were other lower-intensity tremors all over the country last night. Prepare your emergency kits and be ready. (cnnphilippines.com)
Free Wi-Fi in public places approved The proposal to provide free Wi-Fi in public places is now one step closer to becoming a law now that the bicameral committee report on the approved versions of the bill has been approved, GMA News reports. If enacted into law, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) will head the implementation of the Free Wi-Fi Internet Access in Public Areas Act, and spearhead the installation of internet hotspots at government-owned properties and other public places. These places include government offices, public schools and state colleges, public hospitals, public parks and plazas, and public transportation systems (bus terminals, train stations, seaports and airports). The bill would also ensure to protect the public’s privacy by prohibiting the collection of personal data of the users. (fhm.com.ph)
WATCH: Despicable Me 3 final trailer
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We finally know why we'll only meet Gru's brother Dru just now (look at their baby photo!). The final trailer for Despicable Me 3 focuses on the reunion of the twins, with the latter hell bent on convincing the former to turn villanous again. We also see the Minions (of course), the stuck-in-the-'80s villain Balthazar Bratt, and the family: Gru's wife Lucy and the girls Agnes, Margo, and Edith. For sure, Lucy has something to say when she discovers what the brothers are up to. Oh, and Agnes may or may not encounter a real unicorn, or at least someone who has seen one. Despicable Me 3 premieres in theaters on June 30. (ew.com)