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  • Top of the Morning: Team Zia or Team Scarlet for Zion? It's Crazy, Says Mom Sarah Lahbati

    Plus, Chynna Ortaleza shares the books Baby Stellar loves, the Supreme Court issues TRO on minors' curfew, and more!
    by Rachel Perez .
  • 1. Are you Team Zion and Zia?


    The two "it" babies born to celebrity families have finally met. Zion Gutierrez and Zia Dantes crossed paths at the birthday party of a mutual friend last Monday. While the two didn't really warm up to each other, many fans on social media are already "shipping" them together and making Instagram accounts dedicated to the pair. When Zion's mom Sarah Lahbati was asked to weigh in on her son's future "love team" partner, she said. "It’s crazy, it’s so crazy. Grabe! Ay nako, grabe, grabe yung impact here ng love teams talaga 'no. We’ll see kung sino." Other fans are also pairing Zion with Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho's daughter, Scarlet Snow. (pep.ph

    2. Chynna Ortaleza reveals what she read to daughter Stellar

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    At less than a year old, Chynna Ortaleza and Kean Cipriano's daughter Stellar loves "big books." Chynna recently posted a photo on Instagram sharing what her daughter approves of when it comes to literature. "I try to read fairy tales, but she likes big books already. Obvious favorites are Letters To A Young Poet and Just Kids," she shared. And the new mom couldn't be happier: "The reader in me is over the moon!" When Kean was asked why they still haven't shared photos of her on social media, he insisted that they're not hiding her."We go to mall, to church, nakikita niyo kaming naggu-grocery, makikita niyo kami around. It’s just that we’re doing our best to have our privacy and protect ourselves," he told Pep.ph, adding that the Internet and social media are "very critical and risky."

    3. SC issues TRO against minors' curfew in Manila, Quezon, and Navotas cities
    The petition was filed by the Samahan ng mga Progresibong Kabataan or SPARK against the three local government units and stated that the curfew ordinances were contrary to the Republic Act 9344 or the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act. "The court, acting on the petition for certiorari and prohibition with application for a TRO challenging the 'Curfew Ordinances' of the three local governments...issued a TRO effective immediately and until further orders enjoining the three local government units from implementing and enforcing the 'Curfew Ordinance,'" read the Supreme Court's resolution. Curfew hours in Metro Manila are usually between 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. In Quezon City, parents of the minors caught after curfew is P2,000 or will be required to render 48 hours of community service. (gmanetwork.com)

    4. Magical creatures in Fantastic Beasts' new trailer


    Finally, we get a glimpse of the magical creatures, or at least some of them, that would be set loose upon non magical humans in the new Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trailer. The movie, written by J.K. Rowling herself, follows the story of eccentric magizoologist Newt Scamander (played by Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne) who comes to New York City with a case full of magical creatures. When some of these creatures get out, it is up to him and his friends to round them up lest they be hurt by scared humans. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits theaters November 18. (eonline.com)

    5. New M&M's flavor!

    The company recently announced that the new M&M's flavor Coffee Nut is officially going to be a permanent flavor. Coffee Nut won the "Vote for your Favorite Peanut" campaign, where consumers are asked to choose their dream flavor. It beat out fellow peanut rivals Chili Nut and Honey Nut flavors. The voting promo was geared towards geared towards the millennial generation of consumers, around 92 million people ages 15 to 35 in the U.S., who are creating an evolution in snacking. M&M's Coffee Nut will hit the U.S. shelves in August and will hopefully reach our shores before the year ends. (time.com)

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