• Top of the Morning: Baby Seve Celebrates Lola Pinty's Birthday!

    Plus, see the first ever look at the live-action movie 'Beauty and the Beast', watch the newest trailer for the animated film 'Sing', and more!
    by Rachel Perez .
  • 1. Baby Seve celebrates Lola Pinty's birthday!

    The Gonzaga matriarch turned 61 yesterday, November 2, and what better way to celebrate it but with her first apo, baby Seve. Doting and first-time Tita Alex Gonzaga posted a video of the family singing happy birthday to Mommy Pinty. "And now we're six!!!! Happy birthday mooommmmyyy pinty!!” she wrote as caption, joking that there would be a seventh member soon. She also posted a message to the new grandmother, "Kahit mahilig ka matulog, you're still the best mother and now a granny hen for us!!! We love you!!! Happiest 61st birthday!!! 61 years ka ng kulang sa tulog," Alex quipped. Baby Seve's Instagram account also posted a photo of him with his grandparents (with her 'Tinang' Alex photobombing them) and wishing his Lola Pinty a happy birthday.


    2. See the beautiful still photos of Beauty and the Beast

    Disney has been very secretive about its upcoming live-action version of Beauty and The Beast -- its teaser trailer only took us to a quick tour of the huge castle -- but now, finally, the studio shared the first ever look at the movie starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens in full makeup as The Beast. The full gallery of still photos includes images of Belle's father Maurice (Kevin Kline), Le Fou (Josh Gad) and Gaston (Luke Evans), and the household items that will become Belle's best friends Cogsworth (Ian McKellen), Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson), Lumière (Ewan McGregor), and Plumette (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). Beauty and the Beast will premiere in theaters on March 17. (ew.com)


    4. Watch the newest trailer for the movie Sing

    The newest trailer for the Illumination/Universal Studios animated movie Sing follows a group of animals with dreams of making it in the music industry. It's kind of like American Idol, but with Rosita the pig (who's a mom to 25 piglets, by the way) played by Reese Witherspoon, Johnny the gorilla played by Taron Egerton, Ash the porcupine played by Scarlet Johansson (whose partner just cheated on her), and Meena the elephant (played by pop singer Tori Kelly as contenders all trying to live out their dream by trying to win the singing contest of Buster the koala, played by Matthew McConaughey. Buster really wants to keep his theater alive and the singing contest is his lightbulb idea. Sing hits theaters in December. (ew.com)


    4. Miss Piggy has a new fashion line

    Fashion line Kate Spade has collaborated with Disney for the new Disney Miss Piggy Collection, which is inspired, of course, by no other than Miss Piggy herself. "You’ll see my personality shine through in pops of pink and sparkle plus my notable quotes and French phrases like 'Who, Moi!'" Miss Piggy said in a statement to Mashable. Kate Spade reveals that the line celebrates women leading interesting lives, among them Miss Piggy, who "continues to represent the very definition of an interesting, strong, independent, mesmerizing, tantalizing, and irresistibly fabulous woman of this millennium... or any other." The Disney Miss Piggy Collection includes a wristlet, clutch, tote, wallet, necklace, keychain, sweater, stud earrings and iPhone cases, and will be available on katespade.com. (mashable.com)


    5. FDA warns against buying unregistered cosmetic products
    The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) has listed 10 unregistered cosmetic products and warns the public to refrain from buying and using them. These are Dane Papaya Extract Soap Super Active Skin Whitener, Verdon Shine Keratin Hair Spa Milk Essence, A Bonne Milk Powder Lightening Lotion Plus Collagen, Hanzhixiu Colour Cream (E-15 Grape Red), Hanzhixiu Permanent Hair Colorant (A-18 Golden Red), Professional Skin Care Formula Collagen with Elastin Cream, Asudjor Extra Whitening Armpit Cream and Deodorant, Malunggay Facial Toner, Malunggay Peel-Off Mask and Placenta Original Soap. Products unregistered with the FDA may pose potential health hazards that "may come from ingredients that are not allowed to be part of a cosmetic product or from the contamination of heavy metals such as lead and mercury," the agency said via a statement. (cosmo.ph)

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