Barbie Forteza sees her dad in boyfriend Jak Roberto

  • Kapuso Princess Barbie Forteza admits her boyfriend Jak Roberto reminds her of her dad.
  • The 20-year old actress shared that their relationship is smooth and peaceful.

In an interview with, Kapuso Princess Barbie Forteza talked about her relationship with boyfriend Jak Roberto. The 20-year old award-winning actress said that their relationship is smooth-sailing and respects each other’s work.

According to Barbie, Jak reminds her of her dad for being caring and for his efforts.

“As a boyfriend, he reminds me so much of my dad, parang ganun. ‘Yung effortless na pag-aalaga, nakita ko yun kay daddy, ang ginagawa niya kay mama. Okey po ang relasyon namin ni Jak at wish ko po na tumagal ang aming relasyon. Lagi kaming masaya, nagkakaintindihan sa mga trabaho namin kaya wala po kaming problema,” she said.

Barbie and Derrick started shooting for their upcoming movie “Almost A Love Story.” Aside from the film under Louie Ignacio, the love team is also set to star on prime time series “Inday Will Always Love You” together with Juancho Trivino and Kim Rodriguez.

On the other hand, Jak will be paired with versatile actress Glaiza de Castro on the revenge-drama series “Contessa.”


Sanya Lopez wants to be a Beauty Queen someday

Sanya Lopez:
Sanya Lopez: “One at a time, career muna, and then yung dream ko na maging title holder ng isang beauty pageant.

Dalawang beses na palang sumali sa local beauty pageants si Sanya Lopez.

Ito ay ang Reyna ng Bulacan noong 2013 at Reyna ng Aliwan noong 2014, kung saan pareho siyang naging runner-up siya.

Marami rin ang humihikayat ngayon kay Sanya na sumali sa Binibining Pilipinas o sa Miss World Philippines.

Pero hindi pa raw siya handa.

Ayon sa 21-year-old Kapuso actress, “Meron pa ngang tina-tag ako noon about sa screening ng Binibining Pilipinas.

“Pero feeling ko kasi, hindi pa ako ready, hindi ko pa ramdam na dapat na akong mag-join.

“Siguro pag 24 or 25 na ako, baka handang-handa na ako mag-join physically and emotionally.

“Gusto ko kasi na pag sumali ako, yung handang-handa na ako at gustung-gusto ko na.

“Ngayon kasi, mas gusto ko munang bigyan ng oras yung showbiz career ko.

“One at a time, career muna, and then yung dream ko na maging title holder ng isang beauty pageant.”

Nakausap ng (Philippine Entertainment Portal) si Sanya nang mag-guest siya sa programang Walang Siyesta ng DZBB 594 kamakailan.

HAPLOS ENDING. Ngayong araw, February 23, magtatapos na ang pinagbibidahang afternoon drama series ni Sanya sa GMA-7, ang Haplos.

Mami-miss daw ng aktres ang kanyang mga katrabaho.

Aniya, “Yung pagiging close namin, ng lahat… yung bonding naming mga artista, mga staff, crew.

“Sobrang babait, lalo na ni Direk [Gil Tejada Jr.], sobrang haba ng pasensiya.”

Sa ngayon ay wala pa raw sinasabing susunod na project si Sanya.

“Siguro time for myself muna.

“Kailangan ko muna ihanda yung sarili ko for workout and para sa susunod ko pang project.”

Meet the Judges of GMA’s Most-Anticipated Reality show ‘The Clash’

The most-anticipated reality show of the Philippines this 2018.The Clash hosted by the one and only Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid.

It is set to premiere this June 2018 replacing Lip Sync Battle PH which will air this March 2018 replacing All Star Videoke.

When it comes to reality shows,fans and netizens always asking for this:

Who are the JUDGES?

For GMA’s The Clash,here are the Judges.PH’s Comedy Queen Ai Ai Delas,Asia’s Romantic Ballader Christian Bautista and Asia’s Nightingale Lani Misalucha.

What can you say mga Kapuso?Abangan ang The Clash ngayong June 2018.

Mikee Quintos, Aicelle Santos and Nar Nabico start recording for GMA’s new Corporate Station ID

Mikee Quintos starts recording for GMA’s new Corporate Station ID.Mikee also sings the GMA Christmas Station ID 2017 with other Kapuso singers.

Nar Nabico and Traffic Diva Aicelle Santos also sing part of the trademark Kapuso jingle in the newest station ID. According to Aicelee,all Kapuso singers will be part of the song

On Ash Ortega’s Instagram post, she with Gil Cuerva shoot for this Station ID.

The Yaya Dub Files: How Maine Mendoza becomes a phenomenon

Life changes so quicky, right, Maine Mendoza?

On February 28, 2015, she was just like any other girl elated and proud of herself for a momentous achievement.

She had just graduated then from college, with a degree in Hotel Restaurant and Institution Management major in Culinary Arts from De La Salle-College of St. Benilde.

“Congrats, self,” she wrote on Instagram.

Her post after that revealed a fashionista lady: Maine in a royal blue dress with a drape that fell off the shoulders and a slit that revealed a little of her left thigh, paired with nude Vince Camuto ankle booties.

Today, two months after being launched as Divina Ursula Bokbokoba Smash a.k.a Yaya Dub (Smash) in Eat Bulaga’s “Juan for All, All for Juan” segment, Maine has become the country’s most-liked female celebrity, as far as social media numbers are concerned.

As of September 18, she has 967K followers on Instagram, well behind Anne Curtis’ 3.6M.

But her last 10 posts have been liked 123,470 times on average.

To put this in mind-boggling perspective, Anne’s last 10 posts got an average of only 32,370 likes.

In the world of social media, these numbers highly matter to cement one’s popularity and likability.

WHO IS MAINE MENDOZA? How did she become the girl of the moment?

Her Instagram account revealed interesting contradictions in this girl’s personality.

Now known as Yaya Dub in Eat Bulaga’s Kalyeserye and the other half of the phenomenal AlDbub loveteam, Maine said she is at many times hilarious—her natural self, she says—and at times serious and introspective about different things in life.

In one post, she looked gaga and wacky. In the next, she showed her refined feminine side, well-dressed, poised, and elegant.

In her blog, she admitted to being a pessimist. “I’d like to say I’m a ‘realist’, but I am definitely more of a pessimist than anything.

“I have a very cynical view of the world,” she said.

This pessimistic side of hers was reflected on one of her “word” posts: “I don’t understand why some people see negative thoughts as such a bad thing.

“Negative thoughts help me think and for a brief period of time it gives me a subtle motivation, an inner desire to change my life for the better.

“It helps me to figure out which are the things to get rid of to make myself feel better.”

Still, that’s pessimism with optimism.

Before her celebrity status, Maine seriously considered being a chef. She spent six months in the United States for her pre-graduation internship.

“I liked it; considering the fact that I’ve dealt with eggs for six months, I think I can actually consider working inside the kitchen.

“But still, I didn’t think that cooking was for me. I mean, you’ll know it—you’ll know if something is [right] for you,” she wrote in her blog.

She flew back to the Philippines after her internship.

Maine planned to go back to the U.S. and work as a cook again after graduation, but her parents didn’t want her to.

Set up her own restaurant or become a flight attendant—these were the options her parents wanted her to explore.

She thought she wasn’t ready to manage a restaurant, so she set her eyes on becoming a flight attendant.

While waiting for an airline’s hiring period, she helped in the family’s business doing errands—“tagagawa ng kung ano-anong pwede,” she described her tasks.

It was during a boring day at the family’s office that she came across Dubsmash while scouring different social media sites. Naturally a girl who is used to making fun of herself and making wacky facial expressions, she created her very first Dubsmash video, a short clip doing a Kris Aquino impersonation.

Within a day, to Maine’s huge disbelief, that video was viewed one million times. Dubsmash video after dubsmash video, she became an internet sensation.

The rest, as they say, is history.

Maine could not believe it when Eat Bulaga approached her and asked her to do a VTR, which she did.

A few days later, she was informed that she made it and was asked to come on the set of “Juan for All, All for Juan” so she could observe how things are done.

That was Thursday, July 2.

Her TV career officially began that Saturday, July 4, as the nanny of Lola Nidora, essayed with brilliance by Wally Bayola.

In an interview aired at Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho in July, Maine admitted that as a teenage girl, she fancied the life of a celebrity.

It was her secret dream, she said, but one that she has never confessed to family or friends.

“Kasi feeling ko pagtatawanan lang ako kapag nalaman nilang gusto kong maging artista. Ang tingin ko sa pag-aartista noon, medyo impossible. Wala naman akong talent or kahit ano,” she said.

To digress how Maine has commanded such huge popularity will require a different space and a little more scientific research.

But it will be safe to assume that it’s her rawness that people love about her.

She’s natural, even self-deprecating.

She’s not an image moulded by showbiz spin doctors to fit into what people want.

People love her for being herself. She’s relatable.

And the AlDub phenomenon? That’s another inspiring showbiz story.