February 26, 2018, 5:31 am
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Billy Crawford hits it off with ‘Little Big Shots’ kids

Jessy Mendiola plays the leading lady of JC de Vera in the mystery-thriller, “Salvage,” one of the movies to screen under the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP)   from August 16 to 22. 

“Salvage” revolves on JC’s character, a reporter who investigates the series of killings in a remote province that is initially believed to be caused by supernatural attacks.

Directed by Sherad Anthony Sanchez movie, “Salvage” is co-produced by Cinema One and Sakida Productions.

PPP is a project of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) under Liza Diño-Seguerra.

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There are speculations Jessy is quitting showbiz in preparation for her marriage to boyfriend Luis Manzano.

She has not been accepting projects lately and she has also left her Sunday show, the long-running gag series, “Banana Sundae.”

Luis does not make secret his intention to tie the knot with Jessy at the proper time. His mother, Lipa Representative Vilma Santos-Recto, is also reportedly eager to welcome Jessy into the family.

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Ara Mina admits she would love to give her daughter, Amanda, a sibling. 

However, it’s unclear what the status of her relationship with Bulakan Mayor Patrick Meneses, Amanda’s father, right now is.

Now active anew in showbiz, Ara is busy promoting “Adik,” directed by Neal Tan and produced by BJP Films Production. She plays a plastic surgeon in the movie. She has a nephew, Aries, played by newcomer Keven Poblacion, who has a drug
problem. 

“Very now ang theme ng ‘Adik’,” said Ara. “Kaya very appropriate ang title. Kaya ko rin tinaggap and pelikula, dahil sa lessons na mai-impart nito sa audience. I hope marami ang manood ng pelikula.”

“Adik” also has Rosanna Roces, Liz Alindogan, Gino Ilustre, Miggy Campbell and Eagle Riggs in the cast.

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Speaking of Ara, her half-brother, Macky Mathay, is in a relationship with her friend, Sunshine Cruz.

Ara and Macky’s father is Chuck Mathay, the former Quezon City congressman who is the son of the late Mayor Ishmael Mathay.

When Sunshine appeared in “Magandang Buhay” recently, she opened up about her romance with Macky. 

She revealed they became close in September of last year and her three kids by estranged husband Cesar Montano get along well with him.

 “Magkakasundo sila,” she said, “In the same way, na magkakasundo rin sila ng mga anak ni Macky. Basta, happy sila for me. And that, of course, matters a lot to me,” she added with a smile.

Macky is separated from Camille Fariñas-Mathay, daughter of Congressman Rudy Farias. 

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Billy Crawford does a fantastic job as host of ABS-CBN’s latest excellent talent and talk show, “Little Big Shots.”

Set to premiere this August 12 and 13, “Little Big Shots” is the Philippine version of the show that has been popular in 20 countries. It was created by popular international hosts Ellen Degeneres and Steve Harvey, who hosts the US version. 

Harvey was all praises when Elha Nympha, champion of “The Voice Kids” in 2015, performed “Chandelier” in “Little Big Shots” last March.

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Billy, who started as a child performer, remembers how he loved to perform at an early age. The three-year-old Billy liked holding his dad’s Tabasco bottle and using it as his mic. He would sing and dance and charm people. He was already talkative at
that age.

At six years old, he bagged the URIAN best supporting trophy from no less than the prestigious Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino for his performance as Vilma Santos-Recto’s son in “Pahiram ng Umaga.”

He displays an easy camaraderie with “The Little Big Shots” kids, whose ages range from two to 12. 

Billy said all those featured have remarkable intellect, showmanship, not to say, abilities that will thrill viewers of all ages.

“I’d like to commend the kids and congratulate their parents for the job well done,” he said.

Would he love to have kids of his own?

“Oh yes, definitely,” he said with enthusiasm. “But not now,” he quickly added.

“Little Big Shots” will have an online show, to be hosted by Eric Nicolas.

“This way,” said Louie Andrada, business unit head of “Little Big Shots,” “netizens will also get to witness the kids’ impressive performances and antics.”



 
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