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‘Ang choice, para lang sa may pera’: Hello, Love, Goodbye scene goes viral for reflecting conditions of working Filipinos

In the box-office hit film Hello, Love, Goodbye, Kathryn Bernardo played Joy, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) forced to make ends meet as a domestic helper in Hong Kong. Instead of pursuing her ambitions as a nurse in Canada, Joy was forced to settle with a job that barely puts food on her family’s table.  …

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LOOK: Kathryn Bernardo gets another piercing to celebrate YouTube channel success

Kapamilya star Kathryn Bernardo’s month-old YouTube channel, Everyday Kath, has rounded up more than a million subscribers and more than nine million views already.  As of writing, her channel has five videos, mostly travel vlogs with her boyfriend Daniel Padilla.  The 23-year-old actress celebrated what seemed like an overnight success in her own special way— …

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Nadine Lustre apologizes for father’s Facebook rant

In an interview with Tonight With Boy Abunda, Nadine Lustre finally spoke up on her father’s cryptic Facebook posts.  Ulysses “Dong” Lustre made headlines early October after his controversial posts went viral. In a status post, the actress’ father said he was “entitled” to a rant once in a while. The post read: “I’m Flop …

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Hello, Love, Goodbye nominated Best Asian Film alongside Oscar frontrunner Parasite

Blockbuster film Hello, Love, Goodbye has been nominated for the Best Asian Film at the 2019 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards (AACTA).  Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and top-billed by Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards, the romantic-comedy film was declared the highest-grossing Filipino film of all time after earning a worldwide gross of …

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