Niña Jose’s giving away an early treat for the coming year. She’s posing her hot, drop-dead gorgeous body on Tanduay’s Calendar this 2010!
Nina already posed for two of the top men’s magazine in the country, on FHM Philippines last March 2008 and on Maxim Philippines last February 2009 as a cover girl. Now, she’s extending every young stud’s fantasy a year long as a calendar girl. She actually got the baton from Valerie ‘Bangs’ Garcia as Tanduay Calendar Girl for 2009.
Tanduay’s betting on Nina’s fan base to be their next buyers so they got her as their new endorser. Nina got herself through a Southbeach diet and boxing to attain a scorching 36-26-37 vital stats now. Not to mention she’s all natural, nothing has ever been touched by a blade. That’s a huge revelation don’t you think? And she’s very proud about it.
Nina Jose’s also appearing sexy in an indie film, Dreamguyz with some steamy love scenes (no naked scenes here yet) and in a Metro Manila Film Fest entry, Mano Po 6 with enviable kissing scenes with Dennis Trillo.
She really has come a long way from being just a teen idol back in the Pinoy Big Brother days. Hope that you can get enough of her for now. 😉
[Photo Credit: Tanduay]
Star Records together with Beginnings At 20 Plus and Blue Dream Entertainment is launching the biggest concert for a cause of Star Magic: The World Concert Tour live at the Araneta Coliseum on November 13 this Friday.
Seventy plus artists will surely rock the dome with explosive performances that you shouldn’t miss. The list starts with Piolo Pascual, John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Claudine Barretto, Diether Ocampo, Kristine Hermosa, Gabby Concepcion, Vina Morales, Angelica Panganiban, Sam Milby, Yeng Constantino, Bugoy Drilon, Jed Madela, Jake Cuenca, Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson, Zanjoe Marudo, Roxanne Guinoo, Maja Salvador, Shaina Magdayao, Pokwang, Nikki Gil and many more big stars!
The Star Magic artists won’t just light up the place but also lighten up the load of those victims and survivors of recent calamities by pledging their talent fees. Also, producers have already signed to donate the portion of the concert’s proceeds to Sagip Kapamilya.
You can be part of this concert and it’s cause. Call Ticketnet 911-5555 for your tickets now.
LOWER BOX: P1901
UPPER BOX A: P1584
UPPER BOX B: P528
GENERAL ADMISSION: P317
Star Records just released Yeng Constantino’s latest album “Lapit” in digital format. This is great news to all her fans craving for her next pop rock hit!
The album’s track listing comes with ten (10) songs: Lapit, Jeepney Love Story, Wag Kang Magtatanong, Akin Ka Na, Pag Ayaw Mo Na, Takas, Ligaw, Siguro, Maghihintay and Wag Na.
You can avail these songs at StarRecords.ph.
Watch Yeng Constantino’s LAPIT Music Video (HQ) from Star Records. Enjoy!
On the press conference of the new season of Pinoy Big Brother (Double Up), hosts Toni Gonzaga, Mariel Rodriguez and Bianca Gonzales were announced to come back as hosts for the said show.
The three hosts expressed their happiness and gratitude to ABS-CBN management and director Loren Diyogi, who on the other hand said that he haven’t thought of changing the three talented hosts. Mariel Rodriguez was overwhelmed and even cried as she thanked the people behind the PBB’s new season.
The management made a good choice in bringing back the hosts to the show. They all do well in their craft. The PBB’s new season will be absolutely exciting, not to mention hot and spicy. 😉
The country’s entry to Oscars 2009, ‘Ploning’ gained lots of achievements in different international film festivals across Asia and Europe. Unfortunately other films bested ‘Ploning’ over at the 2009 Oscars.
This year to compete in the ‘Best Film in Foreign Language’ category is APT Entertainment’s ‘Ded na si Lolo’ which casts Elizabeth Oropesa, Gina Alajar, Roderick Paulate, Manilyn Reynes, Dick Israel and BJ Forbes as the lead stars. The story revolved around a child whose grandfather died and their family’s beliefscaused conflicts on how they’ll mourn.
The 82nd Academy Awards will will be presented on March 7, 2010 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. The Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) chose ‘Ded na si Lolo’ over other award-winning Filipino movies including Baler. Let’s cross our fingers and be hopeful that they’re pretty right with their decision. It’s still a good film after all. 😉