Life goes on, even while we are living in the midst of a pandemic. These pregnant celebrities are proof of that.
While there are certain risks and a lot of uncertainties, these stars are still eagerly awaiting their upcoming bundles of joy.
Ultimate Star Jennylyn Mercado is expecting her first child with longtime partner and now husband Kapuso Drama King Dennis Trillo.
As both of them already have boys from their previous relationships, they prayed that God would grant them a girl this time.
It seems that their prayer has been answered.
“Noon pa lang, gusto talaga namin ni Jen na magkaroon ng baby girl,” said an overwhelmed Dennis.
The couple announced the gender of their baby through the sixth episode of their web series “After All” where they revealed that they had a joint celebration–their intimate wedding, followed shortly by their gender reveal party that same night.
Aside from Jennylyn, check out these blooming pregnant celebrities in this gallery:
The 23-year-old Mindanao singer wowed The Clash judges in her rendition of Jennifer Holliday’s “I Am Changing” in the musical competitions’ round five titled “Isa Laban Sa Lahat” where the ten remaining Clashers battled it out individually.
According to Aiai Delas Alas, Mariane has a world-class singing talent that can compete with powerhouse African-American singers, calling her a “beast.”
The Comedy Concert Queen said to Mariane, “Pinatunayan mo lang sa performance mo ngayon na ang mga Pinay ay pwedeng-pwedeng lumaban sa mga Black singers.”
Aiai is certain that Mariane will go a long way so the comedian gave the Clasher a piece of advice, “‘Pag sobrang sikat mo na, please don’t change.”
Lani Misalucha, on the other hand, compared Mariane to a sturdy wall because of her vocal range.
The Asia’s Nightingale said, “It was an amazIng performance. Alam mo parang na-i-imagine ko na sa ‘yo parang pader. Hindi ka na mabuwag, hindi ka matutumba dahil isa kang matibay na matibay na pader na lahat na nilagay mo na do’n para talaga maging isa kang power. It was mind-blowing for me, really.”
Meanwhile, Christian Bautista easily described Mariane’s singing prowess as something he’d like to see in the finals.
He said, “When I am looking at your picture, parang sinasabi mong ‘I’m the boss.’
“That was such a strong, strong performance and I’m so excited to see you pa sa mga iba mo pang bala diyan na ilalabas mo sa amin later on.
“These are the kinds of experiences that we’re expecting from the finals na talagang mamo-move ka off your seat, ‘yung talagang mapapa-wow ka, ‘yun ang mga kailangan natin sa finals.”
eing one of the strongest contenders of The Clash 2021, Mariane advanced to the next round as one of the top eight Clashers.
The Clash 2021 is hosted by Clash Masters Julie Anne San Jose and Rayver Cruz. Journey Hosts Ken Chan at Rita Daniela, on the other hand, bring the stories behind the competition.
It airs every Saturday, 7:15 p.m., and Sunday, 7:40 p.m. on GMA.
First was Thanksgiving that falls on November 25 every year in the US where she is currently based. Second was her and her husband, Trevor Magallanes’s fifth wedding anniversary on November 26, and three was Trevor’s birthday on November 27.
On her Instagram account, Rufa Mae marked these special occasions by sharing photos from their celebration.
The sexy comedienne reminisced about her and husband’s Manila wedding by sharing some of the highlights of that day.
In the caption, Rufa Mae wrote her anniversary for her better half, saying “Happy 5th wedding anniversary. I love you @trevvvsilog. Thanks for the love, patience, and kindness. Love moves in mysterious ways.”
Meanwhile, Rufa Mae and their four-year-old daughter, Alexandria, surprised Trevor with a cake to celebrate his birthday.
In her message for her husband, Rufa Mae said, “Happy thanksgiving, wedding anniversary, and happy birthday. We wish you a merry Christmas, my Love. We love you, good health and wealth for you @trevvvsilog and more good news, good vibes, very good!”
She added, “Sa lahat ng nag-greet sa amin, salamat. Na-busy kami kaka-celebrate buong buwan.”
ufa and her child migrated to the U.S. in February 2020 to be with Trevor who is a Filipino-American.
According to her, her life as a housewife abroad is a “total turnaround” of what she used to be in the Philippines.
Take a peek at her life in the U.S. with her family in this feature:
Nora Aunor is still young and in God’s perfect time we are optimistic that she will be proclaimed as a National Artist, Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said.
Her non-inclusion in the National Artist award does not diminish her iconic stature as the country’s Superstar and her significant contributions to film, theater, television and music industries, Panelo said.
Malacañang on Thursday expressed optimism that Nora Aunor, known in Philippine cinema as Superstar, will receive the coveted National Artist award “in God’s perfect time”.Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made this remark after the actress from Bicol was… Read More
Popular TV television host and actress Kris Aquino is willing to campaign for Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go if he decides to run for senator in the 2019 mid-term elections.
Go said Aquino mentioned this in her text message to the former while conveying her dismay at Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson’s post on social media criticizing the actress’ father, the late former senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino.
“You know I will even campaign for you because I believe in you, but why leave the President? Why leave Malacanang? Maybe a snake will take your position,” Kris told Go in a text message on June 5 while he and his boss, President Rodrigo Duterte, were on a plane bound for Manila from Seoul, South Korea.
The youngest sister of former President Benigno Aquino III said she considers Go as her friend.
“We have been friends and my heart wants to believe you still have a soft spot for me. I will understand if you snub me because who am I anyway, but my heart was hurt by what Mocha did,” Aquino said in her message to Go, which the presidential aide read out in a press conference on June 6 (Wednesday).
In response, Go thanked the former Presidential sister for the support but thumbed down the idea of seeking a Senate seat amid growing clamor for him to run.
“Ma’am Kris I’m not a candidate but thank you so much for your trust and your faith to President Duterte,” Go replied to Aquino.
Go said Duterte has instructed him to apologize to Kris Aquino for Uson’s post comparing the late senator being kissed by two women to President Rodrigo Duterte who kissed a Filipina on the lips in a recent gathering of Filipino community in Seoul, South Korea.
He said Uson also agreed to apologize to Aquino, whose mother, Cory Aquino, served as the country’s first female president from 1986 to 1992.
Respectful to women
Meanwhile, Go explained that there was no malice in the President’s gesture to solicit a kiss from one of two women whom he called on stage to receive copies of a book after giving a long speech before over 2,000 Filipinos.
“The President has high respect for women,” Go, Duterte’s most trusted aide since he was mayor of Davao City, said.
“I do not do it in public if there is malice,” Duterte said in a media interview after he arrived from a fruitful trip to South Korea on Wednesday.
“I never felt any sensation if that is what you mean. I can only generate an emotion if a kiss a woman I love. Any other stranger is pure showbiz,” the President added.
Bea Kim, one of the nearly 2,000 Filipinos present during the meeting with the President, earlier said there was no malice in the President’s gesture.
“The kiss was just like a twist to entertain the audience. It had no meaning. For him and for me, it had no meaning,” she said.
Duterte said he will resign if all women will sign a petition for him to resign amid public uproar ignited by the President’s controversial kiss. (PNA)
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