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JUST A THOUGHT: Talking is always positive. That’s why I talk too much. – Louis C. K.
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TEASING, TANTALIZING VICE: In a teasing, tantalizing, titillating mode and mood, although he won’t admit it, Vice Ganda spoke in public of a blooming romance with someone, believed to be an actor.
He carelessly (intentionally?) dropped hints such as ‘Kasi may taping siya’ and the like, but some people in our table claimed it was all for make-believe, for the sake of a good story. Another care for a ride story?
Can’t blame Vice, as he doesn’t volunteer the information in the first place. The press kept nagging him on his love life, which he usually answers in riddles, leaving a trail of clues along the way.
Vice said he will reveal more of himself in his forthcoming big concert, “Pusuan Mo si Vice Gand sa Araneta.”
He said, “I am so agitated to perform again. This show will see me as someone fierce. It will have all- new segments, walang hiyaan talaga.’’
A highlight, he said, of the concert, his fifth at the Araneta, is a very revealing spoken poetry performance. He’s writing the poem himself based on his own personal experience.
Hugot kung hugot and so much more, he promised.
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MORE MOVIES: Vice maintained that he’s keeping his word to make at least one movie a year.
He’s not discounting the possibility of entering the MMFF again despite the rejection suffered by his last film, “Super Parental Guardians” in the last filmfest. The rejection turned out to be a blessing in disguise as his film ran off with all the big bucks before Christmas 2016.
He spoke of a planned movie with Daniel Padilla, another movie with John Lloyd Cruz. Pwede rin with Angelica Panganiban. He isn’t certain which one shall materialize first.
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LAUGH TILL YOU DROP: Vice promises to spread love and laughter in forthcoming Valentine concert, “Pususan Mo si Vice Ganda sa Araneta (Nagmahal. Nasaktan. Nag-concert), set on February 14.
Produced by Star Events and ABS-CBN Events, “Pusuan Mo si Vice Ganda features guests Maja Salvador, Awra Briguela, Daryl Ong, Michael Pangilinan, Kris Lawrence, and Daniel Padilla. (NESTOR CUARTERO)