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Top of the Morning: Did Andi Eigenmann Hit Back on Ex's Interview About Her and Ellie?Plus, watch the first trailer for "Bridget Jones's Baby", see the new comic book-to-TV Archie Comics, and more!
1. Is Andi Eigenmann hitting back on Jake Ejercito's interview about her and Ellie?
Screencap from Pep.ph
Actress and single mom Andi Eigenmann made a series of tweets that seem to be a reaction to an interview that her former boyfriend Jake Ejercito made recently. The tweets, however, were deleted immediately but not fast enough. "Pwede ka nga mag-showbiz. Ang plastic mo eh," Andi's first tweet read, and followed by the above screen-capped tweets. After the well-received Eat Bulaga's Lenten special "God Gave Me You", which stars AlDub love team Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, Ejercito was asked about the real score between him and Andi. He stated they were just friends but he does consider himself as Ellie's "father." The two had been seen recently traveling to Cebu with a couple of their friends. (pep.ph)
2. The first trailer for Bridget Jones’s Baby is here!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Renee Zellweger is back as Bridget Jones--and she's a mom, or she's going to be! The sad news is that she and Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) had called it quits. Oh, but wait, there's a 50 percent chance that he is the father of her baby. The other possible dad is played by Patrick Dempsey. What the hell happened? We don't know yet. Renee said in an interview that the cast also doesn't know who the real father is until now. The big reveal would be when Bridget Jones's Baby premieres in September. (eonline.com)
3. First Filipino-made microsatellite launches into space
Yesterday, March 23 at 11 a.m., DIWATA, the first all-Filipino assembled microsatellite, was launched into space. DIWATA was made by seven engineering students from the University of the Philippines and two science researchers from the Department of Science and Technology's Advanced Science and Technology Institute. They worked on the microsatellite's design, implementation, and testing under the tutelage of Japanese experts from Hokkaido University and Tohoko University. The scientist believe it will be helpful in weather forecasts, disaster risk management, and more. (spot.ph)
4. Starbucks to donate unsold food
Starbucks in the U.S. announced this week that they are taking part in a program called FoodShare. It has teamed up with the Food Donation Connection and Feeding America and will donate all unsold prepared meals to food banks. Starbucks brand manager Jane Maly said in a press release that in order to preserve the foods' quality during delivery, they focused on maintaining temperature, texture, and flavor, so those who will eat it can still safely enjoy the food. Starbucks has also been donating their leftover pastries. It aims to donate five million meals in the first year of participating in the program. (people.com)
5. Archie comics is coming to TVADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Yes, Archie Comics is getting a TV makeover in the upcoming series, Riverdale, an edgy adaptation of the long-running comic book series. Archie Andrews, will be played by KJ Apa, is a conflicted high school sophomore who is juggling girls and his passion for writing performing music. Some of the more familiar cast include Cole Sprouse (Disney Channel's The Suite Life of Zack and Cody) as Jughead Jones and Luke Perry (Beverly Hills 90210) playing Archie's dad Fred Andrews. The two women in Archie's life will be played by Lily Reinhart as Betty Cooper and Camilla Mendes as Veronica Lodge. There is no word yet on when the series will air, but we're hoping that'll give them time to incorporate the fun. (movienewsguide.com)