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Top of the Morning: Watch Two Versions of Baby Zia's First TV Commercial!Plus, know Judy Ann Santos on teaching her kids a "don't quit" attitude, see the first "Trolls" movie trailer, and more!by Rachel Perez .
1. Baby Letizia's first commercial is here!
The long wait is over. We've seen the behind-the-scenes and the still photos. Now Baby Zia's first ever commercial has finally debuted on TV. "When Baby Z has family soap-damaged skin, superstar-turned-supermom Yan restores it instantly," read the caption when this baby care company posted the video on its Facebook page. Marian had said before that they didn't have any difficulties shooting this commercial with Baby Zia--she only needed a break from filming to breastfeed. It looked like the Kapuso Primetime Queen and her daughter really enjoyed the shoot.
2. Judy Ann Santos on raising kids with a "don't quit" mindset
The actress recently showed off her parental pride when daughter Yohan got six medals in a swimming competition. "Nakaka-proud, kasi kita mo rin sa mukha niya na proud siya dahil she almost backed out of that competition," Judy Ann said, adding that it was a first for Yohan. "So sinabi lang namin sa kanya na it’s really nice na ma-experience niya yung competition. Sabi ko, friendly competition lang naman 'yan, lahat sila pare-pareho na... kumbaga, isasali siya sa same age category niya," she shared. According to Judy Ann, Yohan has many interests including the performing arts, but she loves sports now. The proud mom shared that whatever Yohan decides to focus on in the future would be her choice. "Basta sabi ko lang, ang rule of thumb lang namin especially with Yohan, basta pinasok mo, kailangan mong tapusin. Hindi siya puwedeng mag-quit." (pep.ph)
3. Watch: Troll movie's first official trailerADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Are you ready to see the popular '90s dolls rock it on the big screen? Dreamworks just released the first official trailer for the movie Trolls. It introduces us to Branch, voiced by Justin Timberlake, a grumpy blue-faced troll who is annoyed at Poppy, a very perky and cheerful pink troll voiced by Anna Kendrick. However, they have to work together to defeat the big bad Bergen, who kidnapped an entire colony of trolls. Zooey Deschanel, Russell Brand, James Corden, and Gwen Stefani also lend their voices to the film. And yes, that song by JT can really put anyone in a better mood. Trolls hits theaters in November. (eonline.com)
4. Look! Alanis Morrisette's underwater preggy photo
The "Ironic" singer-songwriter is pregnant at 42 and took to Instagram to celebrate her pregnancy. Alanis posted a serene nude maternity snap of herself submerged in a pool with her baby bump in full display. "You have to be extra gentle around ladies because they are the most helpful people in the world 'cause they make persons," read her caption. It's a quote attributed to her 5-year-old son Ever Imre with rapper Mario "Souleye" Treadway. The two were married in 2010 and announced her second pregnancy via a short video and a song that ended with a shot of her son looking at his soon-to-arrive sibling's ultrasound photo. (people.com)
5. Minecraft movie coming in 2019ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
A big-screen adaptation of the most popular video game franchise will hit theaters on May 24, 2019, according to game developer Mojang. The Swedish video game company is teaming up with Warner Bros to bring the game to the theaters in 3D and IMAX. Rob McElhenney will direct and he already promised to do "something strange and wonderful" with the movie. It's possible that we'll see a lot of worlds, since the game became such a big hit because players can practically build pretty much anything that comes to their minds to be able to defend themselves from nightly zombie attacks. Minecraft the movie is riding on the success of a slew of other video games who had released its movie adaptations this year, including Angry Birds and Warcraft. (inquirer.net)