1. Toni Gonzaga's baby gets serenaded by sister Alex
Alex Gonzaga is one excited tita-to-be. In a video posted on her Instagram and on Toni Gonzaga's Facebook page, Alex is seen singing to her sister's unborn baby. Guess what song? The now famous "Tatlong Bibe" nursery rhyme. Ate Toni does not look impressed though. Ah, sister life! Someone even made an artwork on the funny yet touching scene.
2. PacMan's son set to appear in first photo shoot
The eldest son of senator-elect Manny Pacquiao, Emmanuel Jr., also known as Jimuel, is set to appear in his very first advertisement. Proud mom Jinkee's post didn't identify what brand her son is endorsing. Based on the photos she and Manny shared, however, it could be a clothing brand since Emmanuel Jr. is seen wearing different outfits. The self-confessed stage mom is thankful for her son's first endorsement, saying it's a blessing. (abs-cbn.com)
StephMoji, a Steph Curry-themed keyboard of emojis has debuted on the eve of the NBA Final's first game between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. And the best part for us: it includes a dancing Riley emoji! After all, Riley has been stealing the spotlight from her dad every time she joins him in a press conference--that, of course, is also an emoji. There are also emojis featuring his wife, Ayesha, a host on The Food Network, and one with his son, Ryan Carson. Sadly, Stephmoji is not yet available to download here in the Philippines. (sportingnews.com)
4. Julie Andrews has a new show on Netflix!
And it has new Jimmy Henson puppets! The veteran actress is teaming up with the online streaming video service in a show geared for preschoolers. Julie said in a statement that the project is a fulfillment of a long held dream to educate children about the wonder of arts. She plays the director of Wellspring Center of the Performing Arts where she gets to teach a cast of puppet kids. They start shooting in June, and the 30-minute episodes are set to premiere in 2017. Let's hope it will be streamed here as well. (eonline.com)
5. Fabella hospital will either be renovated or relocated Department of Health Secretary Janette Garin said in a press conference that the fate of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital will depend on the medical staff and personnel. The current facilities have been declared to be structurally unsound by a private contractor. The choice to retrofit or relocate the hospital will depend on a referendum that DOH will hold among the hospital's personnel. If Fabella workers decide to relocate the hospital, which specializes in maternal and newborn services for the underprivileged, the construction of the six-floor, 800-bed capacity hospital inside the DOH compound will proceed and reach completion by May 2017. Patients and staff will be temporarily transferred to the Philippine General Hospital, José R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Fabella outpatient department in Quezon City, and other hospitals until its completion. (gmanetwork.com)