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  • Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo mark 8 years of marriage


    Last year, the couple renewed their wedding vows in an intimate beach ceremony. On the occasion of their eight anniversary this year, Judy Ann asked her husband if he was willing to marry him again for the third time. "Ganito na kami mag kiss ngayon... lalo na 'pag anniversary!" the actress wrote as a caption for an Instagram album. "Eight years, 3 kids, and one dog... it just gets better and better every year with you, bub. I love you forever. Cheers to more! Pakasal tayo uli?" she added. In the comments, Ryan tagged his wife and replied, "Game."


    On his Instagram, Ryan posted a photo of himself and his wife when they watched a Dave Matthews Band in September of last year. He captioned it with lines from the band's song entitled "Crush." "It's crazy I'm thinking/Just knowing that the world is round/Here I am dancing on the ground/Am I right side up or upside down/Is this real or am I dreaming?/Lovely lady/Let me drink you please/I won't spill a drop I promise you," he wrote and used the hashtag #happy8thanniversary.

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    The couple, of course, celebrated the occasion with a Thanksgiving mass with family and friends. "Thank you, Lord, for family and friends. I love you bub! And yes, I'll marry you again and again... hanggang mapuno ng singsing 'tong mga daliri ko," Judy Ann wrote as a caption for an Instagram video. She also thanked Jason Magbanua for a video of their renewal of vows. Watch:

    Ryan wrote, "One of my greatest achievements so far is getting the same woman to marry me twice. Yay! Di siya nadala!" as a caption when he posted a screenshot of Jason's video on Instagram. Happy anniversary, Judy Ann and Ryan! (pep.ph)

    Gary Valenciano defends daughter Kiana from bashers


    The only daughter of Mr. Pure Energy was recently a target of negative comments on social media. The reason? Her closeness to James Reid and Nadine Lustre, with netizens claiming Kiana is trying to ride on the love team's fame. Even her boyfriend, Sam Concepcion, did not escape the mean fans' bashing. Kiana's response was this tweet: "Cyberbullying, or bullying in any form for that matter, should not be tolerated. Again, your words have power. Use them for good." 


    The tweet didn't stop the bashing, and it's why Gary probably felt the need to tweet this message to his daughter: "Sad to say but some people may have never experienced anything remotely close to the kind of love many have for you..and they may never experience love at all. But you have such love in your heart my daughter that blesses those who encounter you." Gary added that Kiana should let people say what they want, but her family will always be there for her. 


    Kiana's mom, Angeli, also chimed in but later deleted the tweets, including one where she says her kids have been bullied before. In one deleted tweet, she said, "My daughter doesn’t use other people to become famous because she doesn’t need to do that. She ran away from the limelight for many years."(pep.ph

    Gladys Reyes reveals meaning behind soon-to-be baby boy's name

    The actress-host, who is currently in her 37th week of pregnancy, and her husband, Christopher Roxas, already has a name picked out for her soon-to-be-born baby boy. And they revealed its meaning during the baby shower. "Daddy gave you the name Gavin which means 'white hawk,' and I gave your second name, Cale, a Hebrew word meaning 'brave' and 'faithful,' she wrote. "Praying for our safety, good health, and just like your ate and kuyas, to be a faithful servant of God. See you soon my Gavin Cale!" Glady's added. The two are already parents to Christophe, 11, Aquisha, 9, and Grant, 6.  


    The soon-to-be mom of four also took the opportunity to thank Christopher in another post. "After six years, it wasn't an easy pregnancy, but I'm just so blessed to have my 'answered prayer' beside me. He extends his patience and understanding my mood swings, made me feel secure and assured always," the MOMents host wrote as a caption for a photo with Christopher. "After all these years(24 years of togetherness), he still never fails to compliment me," she added. 

    LOOK: Scarlet Snow Belo can now wink her eye!


    It's another milestone for the adorable daughter of Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho -- and another fun video for us to watch. "People, people, look! I can finally wink my eye! I now have a new trick to make people happy. Does it make you happy?" read the caption on her Instagram video. It was not clear how long Scarlet has been trying to learn how to wink, but she looks so tickled pink having been able to do so.

    Diana Zubiri reveals secret to getting fit


     "Pumayat ako kasi nagpapa-breastfeed ako ngayon, mga eight months na," she told Cata Tibayan on GMANews 24 Oras. The mom of two also added that she's complementing caring for her baby daughter, Aliyah Rose, with daily exercise and proper diet, mainly cutting down her sugar intake even though she's particularly craving for sweets because she's nursing. 

    Diana said the sacrifice is worth it because she sees her daughter grow up healthy and not prone to sicknesses. She's also proud that she and husband Andy Smith are both hands-on parents even though she went back to work early. They are now busy planning for Aliyah Rose's first birthday party in August. Diana said their little one loves bananas and pajamas so that might be the party's theme. (gmanetwork.com)

    National Artist Nick Joaquin in BBC's top 10 list
    National Artist for Literature Nick Joaquin, who would have been 100 years old tomorrow, is included in U.K.'s BBC's top ten books to read this month. His book, “The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic," was included in the list after it was recently included in Penguin Classics. The book was also positively reviewed by US public radio station, NPR. Joaquin is the third Filipino author to be published in the series, alongside Jose Rizal and Jose Garcia Villa. He was named National Artist of the Philippines for literature in 1976, the highest recognition given by the state for an artist in the country. Joaquin was regarded by many as the most distinguished Filipino writer in English, writing so variedly and so well about so many aspects of the Filipino. (philstar.com)

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