February 20, 2018, 3:59 pm
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The reason Matteo and Sarah avoid working together

How does Rhian Ramos feel about setting foot at ABS-CBN for the first time for the press con of her movie, “Fallback,” that opens in theaters tomorrow? 

 “It feels nice, parang nag-field trip ako rito,” she says. “I feel very lucky because not everyone is given this opportunity. I welcome working with new people like Zanjoe Marudo, Daniel Matsunaga and Tetchie Agbayani na co-stars ko rito. I enjoyed working with them and our director, Jason Paul Laxamana, na ngayon ko rin lang nakatrabaho. Si Miss Tetchie, nakasundo ko agad. Sa tent, lagi kaming nagse-share ng food.”

Some folks might think she’s moving to ABS-CBN. 

“Imposibleng mangyari ‘yun kasi I just renewed my contract with GMA-7 and I’ve just started taping my new show for them, ‘The One That Got Away,’ with Dennis Trillo, Lovi Poe and Max Collins, for which I’m grateful and happy.”

The movie “Fallback” is about having a “reserba,” an alternative Plan B, so could it be that ABS-CBN is the fallback for her? 

“I don’t know what to say, but I’m happy with what I have right now and there’s no need to change anything at the moment.”

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Matteo Guidicelli is ready for his coming solo concert at Kia Theater on November 30. At its press con, as usual, he was asked about his girlfriend Sarah Geronimo. Later on, some folks would accuse him of using Sarah to promote his concert. How does he feel about this? 

“But what else is new?” he says. “I’m just answering the questions and I don’t volunteer any information about her myself, so I’m not gonna be affected because I know the truth. This is the reason   we make it a point not to work together. Kung nagtatrabaho pa kami ng magkasama, all the more I’d be accused of using her.”

Before the Q&A, Matteo sang three songs from his new album and we tell him he’s now a bonafide rocker. The first song is “10,000 Days,” referring to the days he has spent on earth since he was born 27 years ago. The second is “Huwag Ka Nang Umuwi,” where he tells his loved one not to go home. Of course, folks quickly concluded it’s meant for Sarah, who’s reported to have left the coop and now live in a condo on her own. In his last song, “Hey” (which is the title of his concert), there’s a line that goes: “Huwag mo naman siya pigilang ibigin ako.” Again, folks concluded it’s intended for Sarah’s parents who allegedly do not totally approve of their relationship.

“It’s not true that Sarah has left her parents,” he says. “Never siyang nag-condo on her own. Nandun pa rin siya sa bahay nila. Basta my whole album is based on the truth. I’m just being honest.”

For tickets to “Hey Matteo,” call Ticketnet at 911-5555 or get it online at tickenet.com.ph. 

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Paolo Ballesteros won several local and international awards for his performance as a transgender in “Die Beautiful.” Now, after a year, he has a follow-up movie, “Barbie: The Wonder Beki,” which is an out and out comedy produced by OctoArts Films, MZet and T Rex Productions. 

Paolo plays a closet gay, Billy, who comes from the Bayagan family, whose members are all policemen, led by his dad, Joey Marquez, who always compares him to his siblings, all cops. He tried to be a cop also but ends up as a security guard. Since he’s handsome, he is the object of desire of women he meets, but deep inside, he dreams of himself as Wonder B, patterned after his favorite superhero as a child, Wonder Woman. 

When he is wrongly accused of killing his own Chinese boss, Joey de Leon becomes his mentor. Joey, the original Barbi, helps him disguise himself as a woman. Billy gets to experience how to be free and beautiful, even attracting his long time childhood crush, Ejay Falcon as Larry.  Eventually, he redeems himself when he fights a group of terrorists as Wonder B and even defeats them.

How does Paolo feel being the millennial Barbi, compared to Joey de Leon who’s the previous Barbi? 

“May pressure po. Kinalakihan ko po ang Barbi ni Tito Joey. Dalaginding ako noon at enjoy na enjoy akong pinanonood siya. I never thought na balang araw, gagawin ko rin pala ang Barbi. Nakatatlong Barbi movies si Tito Joey. Sana suportahan din ng viewers ang Barbi ko, opening on the day of my birthday mismo, November 29, so birthday gift nyo na ito sa akin.”

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Christopher de Leon left for Japan last Thursday with wife Sandy Andolong to support their daughter Mariel as she competes in the Miss International pageant which will be held today, Tuesday. 

“I’m both excited and nervous,” he says. “We’ll watch mismo sa Tokyo Dome where the Miss International pageant will be held. So I’m asking the help of our kababayans to help us pray na sana, maiuwi ni Mariel ang korona.”

He says Mariel is thoroughly enjoying her stay in Japan. “She feels so comfortable there. Gusto na nga raw niyang tumira roon kasi mababait ang mga tao.”
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