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Top of the Morning: In Photos: Diana Zubiri's Maternity Shoot!Plus, Sunshine Dizon finally releases a statement, new Frozen book and series, and more!by Rachel Perez .
1. Look! Diana Zubiri's maternity photo shoot
Actress Diana Zubiri had a pregnancy photo shoot with Nice Print Photography last June 17 at the Rizal Thunderbird Resorts and Casinos. She's currently eight months pregnant with her and husband Andy Smith's first child, a daughter they will name Aliyah Rose, who is due in August. Proud husband and dad-to-be Andy wrote as caption to one of the photos, 'In my eyes this is the most beautiful body you ever had.' The photo shoot also included Diana's son from her previous marriage. (pep.ph)
2. Sunshine releases statement on husband's alleged affair
Following her explosive Instagram posts, Kapuso actress Sunshine Dizon finally made a statement on the issue of the alleged affair of her husband Timothy Tan and a certain Clarissa Sison. According to her statement, she's preparing for battle. "Hindi ko po ipagkakait sa inyo ang mga mangyayari sa buhay ko at sa pinaglalaban ko legally as your overwhelming support inspires me to fight not only for myself, for my children, but also for those out there who are in the same situation like me. As a wife and mother who uncovered lies, hindi po tama siguro na ako ay manahimik lamang, and I assure everyone that I will finish this legal battle until the end. Makakaasa po kayo na magsasalita po ako ng katotohanan lamang sa tamang panahon." In another post, she said "I hope one day my story becomes your story, a story of courage. This is not just my fight anymore but also your fight. Keep your heads up... Stand on truth... Lalaban po tayo." (pep.ph)
3. More Frozen stories are coming our way!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
New Frozen stories are underway and one already has a title. Frozen Northern Lights will be available in book form and as a TV series. The first novel from Disney Publishing will be out in July, while Disney Channel will air a series of shorts, which Josh Gad, the actor who voices Olaf, says is "unbelievably cool, fans are absolutely going to love it." He also revealed that Kristin Bell and Idina Menzel will reprise their roles as Anna and Elsa. Disney Channel will also air a Frozen special from the LEGO Group later this year. Back in February, the Disney Theatrical Group also announced that it is planning a musical adaptation for 2018 after a limited pre-Broadway show in 2017. (eonline.com)
4. Watch: new Miss Peregrine trailerADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Three months to the premiere of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and the studio has just released a new trailer. We get to see and understand more of the peculiarities of the kids and how the orphanage works. Apparently, the home is in a time loop that needs resetting every 24 hours, so the kids could stay in the comforts of the home forever. We also get a better sense of Samuel L. Jackson's character, who has been hunting the peculiars for their powers. It's up to the story hero Jacob Portman, played by Asa Butterfield, to save everyone. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children opens in theaters in September. (mtv.com)
5. NASA: Earth has a new mini-moon!
You read that right, planet Earth now has two moons. NASA just discovered that Earth has had a "mini-moon" for over a century now. The mini-moon, which is actually a small asteroid named 2016 HO3, was discovered on April 27 and has been orbiting around the sun, as a constant companion of planet Earth. "Since 2016 HO3 loops around our planet, but never ventures very far away as we both go around the sun, we refer to it as a quasi-satellite of Earth," said Paul Chodas, manager of NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object (NEO) Studies. Our newly discovered mini-moon is at least 40 meters across but is no larger than 100 meters wide. Don't worry, it is in no position to collide with Earth and poses no threat. (thescienceexplorer.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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