Saturday, June 30, 2007

Gee-Ann Abrahan Photo Gallery

PBB Gee-Ann Abrahan Photos



Name: Gianina Maria Abrahan
Origin: Quezon City
Age: 21
Birthdate: November 6, 1985
Birthplace: Quezon City
Nationality: Filipino
Describe yourself: To die for — joke lang!
Biggest failure: “When I wasted the opportunities that I was given, specially in highschool.”
Secret ambition: To work in ABS-CBN TV production

At 21, Gee-Ann already has eight children – the oldest of whom is 15. Impossible? Not really. See, her so-called “children” are actually dolls that she treats like real people. She even throws birthday parties for them, complete with invites and gifts. This fondness for dolls may have been brought about by the fact that her parents parted ways when she was young and she grew up with only her mom and sister by her side. Adept in video editing and layouting, Gee-Ann hopes of working with the ABS-CBN TV production team in the future.




source: pbb web site

Beatriz Saw Photo Gallery

Maria Beatriz Imperial "Bea" Saw (born: November 17, 1985 in Muntinlupa City) is a 21-year-old resource associate from Camarines Sur and a graduate from the Jesuit run Ateneo de Naga University. She is of Chinese descent.



Prior to her entry to the House, her family moved from place to place because of poverty. After some years together, her father currently works in Taiwan, while her mother goes around the country as a social worker, leaving her to act as a breadwinner for her sisters, who are staying with their aunt in Camarines Sur, while working in a consulting firm in Makati.



Bea is well known for her friendly personality, her loud laugh, her forgiveness with mistakes, and her happy dispostition. Her aim in being inside the House is to reunite her scattered family.

Wendy Valdez Photo Gallery

Here are Wendy Valdez's hot and sexy photos:

Wendy Valdez Margarita photo




Wendy Valdez, 24 years old from Navotas, is a former Binibining Pilipinas Tourism queen. She’s a 4th year Mass Communications student at Far Easter University and works as a part-time model.





She is the bread winner of the family since her father left them when she was only 9 years old. Her goal is to help her family transfer from the squatters area to a much better home.



Wendy Valdez video:

Friday, June 29, 2007

Mickey Perz Photo Gallery

Mickey Perz is half-Filipino half-Austrian and works as an analyst on E-Bay but his real passion is dancing. A finalist in a dance reality show in Europe and a member of Limited Edition, a dance group which has performed here and in Switzerland, Mickey’s dream is to put up a dance school in Switzerland and Manila. He is fluent in four languages: German, French, English and Tagalog.

Mickey is a product of a broken family, his father left him and his mother when he was a kid. He has no recollection of his dad and any longing Mickey might have for him is generously fulfilled by his step-father.

Full Name: Michael Richard Perz
School: HVA and Didac in Bern
Skills/Talents: Dancing, Can speak 4 languages
(German, French, English and Tagalog)
Birthdate: June 1, 1984
Course: Commerce
Biggest Failure: Accepting his own mistakes
Sports: Basketball, swimming, table tennis
Occupation: ESS AP Analyst, e-Bay International
Hidden Ambition: to sing (but doesn’t know how)



Mickey in the Streetdance Musical rehearsal in Switzerland:

Thanks to starmometer.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Kris Aquino Photo Gallery

Kristina Bernadette Cojuangco Aquino-Yap (born February 14, 1971 in Quezon City) is a prominent television and movie personality in the Philippines.

She is the fifth and youngest child of former president Corazon Aquino and Benigno Aquino, Jr., a popular opposition senator during the Ferdinand Marcos regime. She is the youngest of five siblings: Maria Elena, Aurora Corazon, Benigno the III (who currently represents Tarlac in the Philippine House of Representatives) and Victoria Eliza.

In recent years, Aquino has been labeled the Philippines's "Queen of Talk," due to her success in hosting talk shows. She was crowned as the 2004 Box Office Queen for her hit movies such as Feng Shui and So... Happy Together.

In 2006, she regained the same Box Office title for her movie Sukob, which is said to be the highest-grossing Filipino film of the year.

Aquino started her career on TV at ABS-CBN. Being young then, she was the starrer of the short-lived comedy show Luv Ko Si Kris.


It was not until 1994, that she did Nandito Ako with action star Philip Salvador that started one of Aquino's very controversial love affairs. Aquino became pregnant and had a child, Joshua.

With her movie career slowing, Aquino shifted her sights on a television career as a talk show host launched through The Kris Aquino Show produced by VIVA on Channel 4. But it was in GMA Network showbiz oriented talk show Startalk where she co-hosted with Boy Abunda and Lolit Solis that her hosting capabilities were noticed.

Media conglomerate and GMA Network's rival ABS-CBN noticed her undeniable hosting wit, offered her a contract and launched Today with Kris Aquino, one of the most successful talk shows of the 1990s. She started hosting The Buzz on 1999 together with close friend Boy Abunda. On year 2001, when game shows became very popular in the Philippines, ABS-CBN tapped her to host Game KNB? to compete against IBC-13's local franchises of The Weakest Link and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. In January 2003 to May 2004, she hosted yet another successful morning talk show that was supposed to last for 2 weeks but lasted for 16 months entitled Morning Girls with Kris and Korina alongside popular media personality Korina Sanchez. Not all of Aquino's television endeavors were hits; notable failures include Balitang Kris, which lasted for one season. For several years, she hosted The Buzz, a showbiz gossip/talk show with Boy Abunda and Cristy Fermin for the same network, as well as Pilipinas, Game KNB?, a game show which focuses on trivia. She officially left The Buzz and Pilipinas, Game KNB? after she gave birth to Baby James. According to her, she had to give up her hosting stint on the said shows to give more time to her baby. It was also assumed that she does not want to go back to The Buzz because she no longer wants to work with former co-host Cristy Fermin.


She had been controversial for wearing plunging dresses which noted her as a fashion-talk show queen or as a fashion victim. Kris was judged as a "taklesa queen" for her often to your face attitude when doing interviews. Aquino's demeanor during these interviews has sometimes been compared to that of a spoiled little girl; she constantly sways from side to side, giggles uncontrollably, and brushes her hair while her interviewees are responding.

Aquino is the highest paid TV Host in the Philippines,[citation needed] thus, making her the 'Queen of Talk and Game Shows'. She is also one of the Filipino actresses who are sought after by companies for product endorsements. At present, she is an endorser for a popular corned beef brand as well as for San Miguel Corporation and Smart Communications. Her commercial for San Miguel became the most remembered television commercial and was said to have a 99 percent audience recall. She was paid a total of P20,000,000.00 for the endorsement. She also recently signed an endorsement contract with Facial Care Centre, a direct competitor of Belo Medical Group. Kris decided not to renew her contract with Belo Medical Group. It was uncertain as to whether her decision to transfer to Facial Care had something to do with the issue regarding James' alleged sexual encounter with a receptionist from Belo Medical Group.

Aquino was bestowed the title of "Commercial Princess of the Philippines". Said title was given to her for having numerous of TV and print appearances in Filipino media. and for being one of the highest paid commercial endorsers in the Philippines, being at par with Sharon Cuneta.


She hosts the Philippine franchise of Deal or No Deal, which is part of ABS-CBN's primetime lineup. It ended its first season on February 23, 2007. The second season of the said game show started on June 11, 2007. She is also expected to host Boy & Kris, a morning talk show that will replace Homeboy, together with Boy Abunda.

Despite her popularity in TV shows and product endorsements, Aquino is often criticized for her caustic, sometimes obnoxious comments towards guests. In particular, she can come off as unintentionally cruel to the contestants on her game shows. In the vernacular, such actions is referred to as being "Taklesa" or tactless.


Aquino got her start in movies with the help of Regal Films, one of the oldest film outfits in the Philippines. Her early film includes the Pido Dida series, where she was paired with comedian Rene Requiestas and earned her first box-office queen award. She later on shifted into other roles, notably with massacre films such as The Vizconde Massacre, Myrna Diones Story, Elsa Castillo-Ang Katotohanan, and Humanda Ka Mayor. Despite her being a big draw in the box office, her acting skills were considered stiff and mechanical. She was dubbed then as "massacre queen" because of her portrayals in massacre movies which was the vogue during the time.

She first drew praise for her acting when she earned a nomination from the Gawad Urian award-giving body, composed of film critics, for the film The Fatima Buen Story. She eventually won a supporting actress award for the film Mano Po (2002 Regal Films), where she portrayed a weak-willed and submissive scion of a wealthy Filipino-Chinese clan. This was her comeback movie after her long layoff from movie acting.


But Aquino's most commercially-successful movies in her career are: Feng Shui, a Star Cinema production that featured Chinese influences and omen. Feng Shui, which was made during the wave of "Asian-style horror" flicks that spread throughout the continent since 2002's The Ring, made P180,218,395. It was the highest grossing Filipino movie of 2004, and the second most successful movie overall next to Spider-Man 2 which made over P225 million and earned Kris her second box office queen title. "Sukob," another horror thriller which she starred with Claudine Barretto in 2006, is the highest grossing Filipino film of all time surpassing Tanging Ina, Anak & her own starrer, Feng Shui.


Like anyone else, Aquino had her share of box-office bombs. Her 2003 movie with actor Robin Padilla, You and Me Against The World, flopped at the box-office right from the start. Made for P25,000,000 and released immediately after Aquino won acting awards (for her performance in 2002's Mano Po), You and Me Against The World made only P4,389,005. The film's producers lost an estimated P23,000,000, even with home videos accounted. Because You and Me Against The World failed to attract an audience, several movie theaters pulled the film out and replaced it with another film. Some theaters were reported to have done this on the movie's 2nd day of play.

Info Source. wikipedia

Toni Gonzaga Photo Gallery

Celestine Cruz Gonzaga, popularly known by her screen name Toni Gonzaga, is a Filipina movie and TV actress, variety program host, singer, and commercial model. She is one of the most visible multimedia artists in Philippine showbiz.

Toni was born on January 20, 1981, a 6.8 lbs. baby girl to Christian parents Carlito and Crisanta Gonzaga. Her mom craved "santol" and "mais con hielo" during pregnancy. Toni was named after a boxer by her father. She has a younger sister named Catherine. Toni is fondly called "Tintin" by her closest friends.

At the age of 4, Toni joined and won local singing competitions in their barangay in Taytay, Rizal. During her late uncle's term as Mayor of Taytay, Toni was always invited to sing in community events. When her father ran for public office, she started doing hosting stints in social events and gatherings. At a young age, Toni was used to facing large audiences.


At 9, Toni's father would bring her to auditions and singing competitions. She got through the first round of auditions at Repertory Philippines but Baby Barredo, one of Repertory's directors, sent her home during a rehearsal for some reasons. At 13, she managed to get into GMA's Artist Center and initially landed small roles. After 4 years, Toni decided to go freelance. While attending high school, Toni was busy joining auditions, competitions, and VTR screenings of advertising agencies.

At 20, Toni started lounge singing in hotels and bars such as Calesa Bar, Hyatt Regency, Sulo Hotel, and Holiday Inn. She went to school in the day and did her singing engagements at night.


Toni’s first big break came with a softdrink commercial appearing as a fan of Piolo Pascual at the age of 20. After this, she started hosting various television shows. She started out as the co-host of a noon-time variety show called the Eat Bulaga! She worked on this show for TAPE Inc. and various shows of GMA Network. Toni also started hosting Wazzup Wazzup, which was a Studio 23 production. She was a news anchor and "news diva," singing every line of a news story. She worked with the biggest competitors at the same time because Studio 23 is a subsidiary of ABS-CBN, the toughest competitor of GMA-7 in the Philippines.


Soon, Toni fully transferred to ABS-CBN and became a part of the Most Requested Show ur (MRS) with Roderick Paulate and Amy Perez. Then she hosted Entertainment Konek (ETK) with Ogie Diaz where she found the environment to be "positive, healthy and fun." Tony then signed up to be a female co-host of a reality show, called the Pinoy Big Brother. From hereon, her career was catapulted to greater heights.

In 2006, she diversified into music and came out with her first music album called "You Complete Me." Released by Star records, this album is a romantic hit and included songs like "We belong," "Love Fool," "Kung Kaya Ko," and "Kapag Tumibok Ang Puso."


Toni enrolled in the AB Mass Communication program of Dominican College, where she studied for two years. Later, she transferred to the AB English program of the Asian Institute for Distance Education (AIDE), where she is now studying independently.

Toni plans to finish her college education, set up her own business, and continue her flourishing career in Philippine showbiz.

Source: wikipedia.

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