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Robin reveals what he thinks of Jodi

MAJA Salvador is back in the concert scene this 2018, starting with “Maja on Stage, Live in Cebu” at the IEC Convention in Cebu this coming February 4. Her guests are “Wildflower” co-stars Joseph Marco and Vin Abrenica, plus Cacai Bautista and Anna Fegi. Then, she takes it on tour at the The Big Box East Jurong, Singapore on February 18, 2018. She returns to local grounds with “Maja on Stage” at the KIA Theater on March 23. 

“When they told me their plans about a concert, I got excited kasi buong 2017, I focused on being an actress dahil na-extend nang na-extend ang ‘Wildflower’ at pahirap nang pahirap ang mga ginagawa ko,” she said. “Ngayon nga, naging action na siya at may stunt pa akong sumampa ako in a moving helicopter. So I’m so happy that this 2018, I get to perform again on stage, which is something I really love to do.”

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Judy Ann Santos’ last film was the Cinemalaya entry, the indie “Kusina.” She’s now back doing a mainstream film, “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes,” a co-production among Star, Quantum Films and IdeaFirst that opens on January 17. She and Angelica Panganiban play two wives who discover that their husbands, Joross Gamboa and JC De Vera, are gay. 

She plays Lianne, a cosmetic surgeon ala-Vicki Belo. “Glamorosa ako rito, laging nakabihis, naka-heels, nag-i-English. Maganda ang message ng movie about gay relationships. Makakatulong for people to understand more about how gays feel. Kami ni Angelica, initially, we were shocked and angry na ang husbands pala naman, may gay relationship.”

What if her husband Ryan Agoncillo would turn out to be like that and replaces her with another man? 

“The point there is: niloko ka. ‘Di importante kung sino o ano ang ipinalit sa’yo. The issue is niloko ka dahil meron pala siyang iba at tinarantado ka niya. But as far as my husband is concerned, wala siyang bahid, no? Walang-wala. Sigurado ako diyan.”

Aside from this, Juday has also finished a drama with internationally acclaimed director, Brilliante Mendoza, “Bayang Magiliw,” where she plays the Muslim wife of Allen Dizon. 

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Robin Padilla is back on top after the huge success of his movie with Sharon Cuneta, “Unexpectedly Yours.” Now, he shares topbilling with Jodi Sta. Maria and Richard Yap in the new morning drama from Star Creatives, “Sana Dalawa ang Puso.”

Wasn’t he afraid that he might just appear as the third wheel in the Jodi-Richard tandem that already has a following because of their earlier hit, “Be Careful with My Heart”? 

“Noong una, nahihiya ako kasi tagahanga nila ako dahil pinanood ko sila noon sa ‘Be Careful’,” he says. “Solid akong Jodi-Richard. ‘Di nga ako makapaniwalang makakasama ko sila. Pero siempre, medyo natakot din ako kasi nga love team na sila, so I requested na makausap ko muna si Richard, kaya nag-setup ng meeting for us at tinanong ko siya, papayag ba siyang makasama ako? Nag-click naman kami agad. Tawanan kami nang tawanan.”

He used to have this habit of falling in love with his leading ladies? Does he find Jodi lovable? 

“Naku, bulag na lang ang lalaking hindi mapapaibig kay Jodi. Kaya, Jodi, mag-ingat ka na lang sa’kin. At Richard, bantayan mo na rin ako. Pero siempre, dahil sa ating maturity, alam na naman nating may boundaries tayo tungkol diyan.”

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Sofia Andres is so happy to play the title role of “Mama’s Girl” in Regal’s first salvo for 2018 that opens in theaters on January 17. As Sylvia Sanchez’ daughter in the story, Abby Potpot, she wants to assert her independence from her doting mom. She is paired with Diego Loyzaga who, recently, posted a new nude photo of him on social media. Did she see it and how did she feel about it? 

“Actually, hindi ko po alam ‘yun. Nalaman ko lang nang tanungin ako dito sa presscon ng ‘Mama’s Girl.’ I can never ask him about it unless siya mismo ang magkukuwento sa’kin. I think it’s very awkward for any girl na magtanong ng tungkol sa ganoon. And I guess it’s all up to him dahil he’s big enough to make decisions for himself.”

So what’s the real status between her and Diego now? 

“We’re good friends pa rin po. Tanong nga nang tanong ang ibang writers kung kailan kami aamin, wala naman kaming aaminin.”

Someone observes, though, that they must have called it quits. Although they seem sweet to each other, it could be only for the promo of their movie “Mama’s Girl.” 

“They no longer posts their pictures sa social media accounts nila,” says one writer. “Dumaan nga ang Pasko’t Bagong Taon, ni hindi nila binati ang isa’t isa. Pero dito sa presscon, sweet sweetan sila.”
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