Walang sakit si Eddie Garcia

Isa si Eddie Garcia sa nangangalaga no kaniyag katawan kaya ang balitang pumunta siys ds doktor ay para lang sa kaniyang executive-chek-up. Ito ang balita. 

Walang dapat ikabahala ang fans ni Eddie Garcia dahil maayos na maayos ang kalusugan niya.
Kumalat kahapon ang balita na may sakit si Papa Eddie kaya may-I-call sa kanya ang isang kaibigan na entertainment writer dahil sa blind item na lumabas dito sa PSN.
Ang sey ng veteran actor, nagkaroon lamang siya ng executive check up kaya hindi dapat mag-alala ang mga supporter niya.
Isa si Papa Eddie sa mga veteran actor na marunong mag-alaga ng katawan kaya kahit 80-plus na ang kanyang edad, matikas na matikas pa rin ang pangangatawan niya. Role model nga si Papa Eddie ng maraming aktor na bilib na bilib sa disiplina niya sa katawan. 


Zsa Zsa Padulla undergoes surgery

The two daughters of Zsa Zsa Padilla are in the United States to give company to Zsa Zsa who is undergoing surgery in the kidney. Here is the news:

MANILA, Philippines - Sisters Zia Quizon and Karylle on Tuesday asked Filipinos to keep on praying for their mother, Zsa Zsa Padilla, who is now undergoing surgery at the Cedar Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
Zsa Zsa has been diagnosed with stage one cancer in the kidneys.
"In the waiting room. No surgery updates yet. Keep sending the positive vibes, guys! Peace and love :)," Zia said.
"off to the hospital for mama's surgery in an hour and a half :) hope you can say a prayer for her :) thanks! much love, K," Karryle said.
Last week via "KrisTV," Zsa Zsa said that she will undergo laparoscopic surgery.
"Laparoscopic surgery will be performed -- four holes. Two days sa hospital then follow up. After a week I can fly out na. I can work after four weeks, faster recovery. At least I can go back to work," she added.
She said that after the surgery she won't need to undergo chemotherapy.
On Monday, Zia appealed to the public not to sensationalize the health condition of her mother, stressing that Zsa Zsa is a strong woman.
She also asked the public not to paint a "dramatic picture" of their family's situation, stressing that Paiulla is facing her battle not only for herself but for her children.

Kris Aquino siyang nagpadala kay Karylle sa US

Kay Zsa Zsa Padilla galing ang balitang ipinadala ni Kris Aquino sa Los Ange­les, California si Karylle para 
present ang anak sa operasyon niya bukas. Sabi ng singer-actress sa interview ni Ricky Lo sa The Philippine Star, nagulat siya at touched sa gesture ng TV host-actress. Last Sunday umalis si Karylle para sa operasyon ng ina sa Amerika.


Galit pa rin si Kris kay Joey Marquez at Philip Salvador

May karapatan namang magalit si Kris sa mga naugnay sa kaniya. Masamang loob din ang ibinigay sa kaniya. Ito ang balita.

Mukhang malalim ang sugat na naiwan sa puso ni Kris Aquino sa kanilang paghihiwalay noon ng kanyang ex-boyfriend na si Joey Marquez dahil hanggang ngayon ay ayaw pang pumayag ang Queen of All Media na magpa-interview kay Joey sa kanyang Saturday showbiz talk-show with Janice de Belen and Carmina Villarroel sa ABS-CBN, ang Showbiz Inside Report or SIR.
Malutong na “no” ang sagot palagi ni Kris kapag siya’y tinatanong kung payag ba siyang magpa-interview kay Joey para sa talk show ng huli. Bukod kay Joey, hindi rin in good terms si Kris sa ama ng kanyang panganay na anak na si Joshua na si Phillip Salvador. 
Surprisingly, Kris is okay sa kanyang ex-husband na si James Yap, ama ng kanyang bunsong anak na siBimby.


Film Academy Awards Tonight To be led vy Lovi Poe

Lovi Poe leads this year’s nominees for the 30th Luna Awards with two nods—best actress for “My Neighbor’s Wife” and best supporting actress for “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” according to the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) which hosts the annual event.

The year’s awards rites will be held tonight at the Quezon City Sports Complex.

For best actress, Poe is competing with KC Concepcion (“Forever and a Day”), Eugene Domingo (“Ang Babae sa Septic Tank”), Maja Salvador (“Thelma”) and Maricel Soriano (“Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”).

There are six movies vying for best film: “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank,” “Manila Kingpin,” “No Other Woman,” “Segunda Mano,” “Thelma” and “Zombadings.”film 


Annabelle Rama

Getting sympathy from people after her plan to run as congresswoman was met by negative opinion> Annabelle had this for her press release.

MANILA, Philippines – Feisty talent manager Annabelle Rama admitted that she had tried to take her own life just to get rid of the pain of jealousy caused by her intense love for actor Eddie Gutierrez, who is now her husband.
“Minsan ako na lang ang naglason para matapos na rin. Uminom ako ng shampoo at saka (ano pa) kasi gusto mo nang tapusin at hindi mo na matiis, in love na in love ka,” she said in an interview on ABS-CBN morning talk show "Kris TV"  Friday.  
Rama said she also thought of splashing muriatic acid on Gutierrez's face, still because of jealousy.
“Kasi nga parang niloloko ka na at ayaw mo siyang mapunta sa ibang girl. Parang gusto mo tapusin mo na lang. Parang ganoon ang nangyari noon,” she said.
Rama stressed, however, that she and Gutierrez are on good terms, adding that they have been married for over 10 years.

The talent manager said it was her eldest daughter, Ruffa, who encouraged Gutierrez to marry her mom.
"Sabi niya (Ruffa) bakit mga classmates ko laging parents nila kasama, ako hindi. So sabi ko sa kanya 'sabihin mo sa daddy mo na pakasalan ako.' Ginawa naman ni Ruffa. Pasalamat ako kay Ruffa kahit lagi kaming magkaaway niyan eh dahil sa kanya ay pinakasalan ako ng daddy niya," Rama said.


Random Girl is being invited by Ellen Degeneres

This is an opportunity for Random Girl, Zendee Rose to become a popular singer. She is the girl whose video is being viewed by millions. Ellen Degeneres is inviting her to her show.
Here is the news:

MANILA, Philippines - Zendee Rose Tenerefe's stab at success may finally be yielding some results. The singing sensation who gained notice via the YouTube video “And I Am Telling You (Random Girl) (SM Megamall)” has revealed that producers of the show, "Ellen," already sent her a message via YouTube.
"Gusto po nilang makipag-communicate sa akin. Ibinigay po nila ‘yung email add nila," she said in an interview with GMA News.
She reiterated the same in a separate report on PEP, saying, “Actually po, nung isang araw pa po sila nag-message, nung Saturday ko lang po na-reply-an kasi marami po akong ginawa.”
Tenerefe recalled being "shocked" that they had communicated with her.
“Hindi ko po alam kung ano po ang isasagot ko. Parang hindi ako makapaniwala. Actually, nung nabasa ko ‘yung message nila, nagtatalon po ako sa tuwa. Tumakbo ako sa loob ng bahay namin sa sobrang tuwa,” she related.
If it pushes through, Tenerefe will only be the fourth Filipino to appear on the show after Charice Pempengco, Rhap Salazar and Luzviminda “Mindy” Casimiro, the Filipina housekeeper of show host, Ellen DeGeneres.


Raymart Santiago and Claudine Barreto are not human rights victims

The case filed by the couple Raymart and Claudine claiming their human rights were violated was junked by the court.
Here is the news: 

Saying that movie stars Raymart Santiago and Claudine Barretto are not victims of human rights, a Quezon City judge has junked the petition for Writ of Amparo sought by the spouses against the Tulfo brothers – Raffy, Ben, and Erwin.
Judge Maria Filomena D. Singh of the Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 219 issued the resolution last Friday after sustaining the arguments raised by defense lawyer Nelson Borja who sought the dismissal of the petition for having no basis.
Borja claimed that the celebrity couple, who had been involved in a mauling incident with newspaper columnist and broadcast commentator Ramon Tulfo, are not entitled to government protection under the Writ of Amparo because they are far from being victims of human rights.
In her ruling, Singh cited the rules on the said writ that stated “only extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances are proper subjects of a petition.”
She said the writ is issued by the judiciary when it serves both preventive and curative roles to address human rights violations.
The couple claimed they were entitled to the protection offered by a Writ of Amparo because they feared retaliation from the three Tulfo brothers, who host a hard-hitting public service TV program on Channel 5.
In their petition, Santiago and Barretto claimed that the Writ of Amparo is a remedy available to any person whose right to life, liberty and security is violated or threatened with violation by an unlawful act or omission of a public official or employee, or of a private individual or entity.

It never became exclusive

Grace Lee admitted that it never came to a point that her relationship with PNoy  became exclusive. They dated only for a few months. Here is the news:
MANILA, Philippines - Grace Lee admits that she learned a lot during the time she has gone out with President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III.
“He was a very interesting part of [my] life… ang dami kong natutunan,” recalled Lee in a recent interview with PEP.
Lee went on to deny that she and the president became "exclusive" as many assumed.
“We dated for a couple of months and, you know, sometimes you date and it works out, and you go to the next level, you become a couple, and you are in an exclusive relationship. We never got there," she said.
The 29-year-old radio broadcaster and TV host was mum as to the real reason why the relationship didn't work out but she was quick to shoot down allegations that it was supposedly because she was already insisting on marriage.


Zsa Zsa Padilla has kidney cancer

The doctor's findings about the growth that was in the kidney is cancer in stage 1  for Zsa Zsa Padilla. Here's the news:

LOS ANGELES -- Still grieving over the death of her long-time partner Dolphy, singer and actress Zsa Zsa Padilla has more bad news.
As if things couldn't get worse, the 48-year-old Padilla told ABS-CBN News that she has been diagnosed with stage one cancer.
She has a malignant growth the size of a golf ball inside her kidney, her doctor at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California have told her.
“The first time I saw Dr. Folkes, he immediately told me it was malignant. So when I heard that word 'malignant,' I said, 'Oh man, I have cancer.’ I went back the next day for blood work and a scan and it showed the same thing -- almost a 3 centimeters growth -- and he advised for it to be taken out," Padilla said.
Last Saturday marked 40 days since Dolpy's death.
Friends and family gathered to pray for the well-loved Filipino King of Comedy at St. Patrick's Church in North Hollywood.
Unknown to the many guests, the grieving widow, who arrived in Los Angeles last week, remains devastated.
She hasn't spoken much since the death of Dolphy.
“Talaga I'm still in denial. Part of me is still in the stage of denial. Then I try to recall everything that has happened – [him] getting sick, being in the hospital, staying in the ICU - everything up to his death. But part of me still feels I'll see him again,” she said.
With Dolphy's death and this recent news of her illness, Padilla said she remains steadfast in prayer.
She said it has put a lot of things in perspective and she's already made a bucket list.
Despite the circumstances surrounding her, Padilla said she wants people around her to stay positive.
“This is the first stage. Once it's removed, I'll be cancer-free. I'm going to take care of myself and eat well," she said.
Padilla will have a surgery on August 27 at Cedars Sinai. If it goes well, she will be out of the hospital in two days and will be back to work in a month.
Padilla added that once she becomes a cancer survivor, she hopes to raise awareness.
For most people, having their husband pass away and immediately being diagnosed with cancer would be too overwhelming.
Padilla, though, is committed to staying strong. She said she is looking for the challenge and ready to live life day by day.


Were they or they were not?

AiAi delas Alas did  ot reply directly yet if she and her noyfroend Jed Salang had tied the knots in Veas. She admitted hoever thet they are alreadt living together.
Gere is the news 

MANILA, Philippines - Queen of Comedy Ai Ai delas Alas remains mum on her rumored wedding inLas Vegas to her young boyfriend, businessman Jed Salang.
In an interview on "Kris TV" on Friday, Delas Alas did not confirm or deny the issue.
"Ayaw kong sagutin, basta sumasakit ulo ko diyan. Huwag muna, hindi pa ako ready na sagutin ang mga bagay-bagay," she said.
But Delas Alas, who is known to have had a traditional Catholic upbringing, admitted that she and Salang are already living together.
"Yes, we are roommates," she said of Salang, who came to her life after her visit to the Holy Land.
"Kris TV" host Kris Aquino, one of the Comedy Queen's close friends, said she won't be surprised if De Las Alas is already married.
"Kasi pinag-uusapan ka namin ni Boy Abunda. Sabi namin 'di kami magugulat kung kasal ka talaga, pero bongga," Aquino said.
Ruffa Gutierrez, who also made a guest appearance on the show, believes that De las Alas and Salang have tied the knot.


The Order of National Asrtists Award for Cinema for Fernando Poe Jr

Susan Roces and Grace Llamanzares accepted from President Aquino, the the Order of National Artists for Cinema for the late Fernando Poe, Jr.

Here is the news: 

MANILA, Philippines—President Benigno S. Aquino III confers the Order of National Artists for Cinema (posthumous) to the late “King of Philippine movies” Ronald Allan Kelley Poe, popularly known as Fernando Poe, Jr., represented by FPJ’s wife actress Susan Roces, in a ceremony at the Rizal Ceremonial Hall, Malacañang Palace on Thursday.

Roces refused to accept the posthumous award during a conferment ceremony at Malacañang in June 2006, during the incumbency of then-President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

Poe ran against Arroyo in the 2004 presidential elections, the results of which were questioned by FPJ before he passed away on December 14, 2004.

The Order of National Artists (Orden ng Gawad Pambansang Alagad ng Sining) is the highest national recognition given to Filipino individuals who made significant contributions to the development of Philippines arts; namely, Music, Dance, Theater, Visual Arts, Literature, Film and Broadcast Arts, and Architecture and Allied Arts. The order is jointly administered by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

In his speech, Aquino paid tribute to Poe’s contribution not only to Philippine Cinema but his service to the Filipino people.


Charice's new hair do criticized

International singing sensation Charice is creating online buzz anew, not for her singing but for her hairstyle.
Charice sported a new blonde hairstyle for the past 2 weeks on The X Factor Philippines. It became the target of online ridicule, with some Netizens comparing the singer to the Bride of Chucky character in the 1998 horror movie.

This is not the first time that Charice surprised Filipinos with her hairstyle and fashion statement.
Last March, social media was flooded by reactions to Charice's short-blonde hair and tattoo.


Tito Sotto blamed contraceptives for the death of his son

Tito Sotto is against the RH Bill. This is what caused him to oppose it.

source: abs-cbn,

Sen. Tito Sotto on Monday said it is his personal mission to block the passage of the Reproductive Health (RH) bill because his son died due to the side effects of contraceptives.
During his "turno on en contra" speech against the bill before the Senate, Sotto shed tears as he blamed contraceptives for the medical condition of his son, Vincent Paul, who died 5 months after he was born in 1975.
He said his wife, actress Helen Gamboa, first gave birth to a girl in January 1973. Since Gamboa was working in TV and movies, she took the advice of a doctor-friend and started taking contraceptives.
After a year, she again conceived and gave birth to Vincent Paul on March 13, 1975. Doctors at the Makati Medical Center said the boy had a weak heart and needed blood transfusions almost daily.
"The Makati Medical Center can prove to the fact na wala silang makita na dahilan kung bakit nagkaganun yung bata kundi dahil nagko-contraceptives yung asawa ko. Nabuntis pa rin kahit na gumagamit ng contraceptives," he said.
He added: "He was born but he never left the hospital. The Makati Medical Center said he died because my wife used contraceptives. Even her doctor admits to the fact, Dra. Enderga Santos."
The senator said his son died on August 13, 1975, exactly 37 years ago today.
Sotto admitted that he felt sorry but also jealous of other senators who admitted losing children.
"Parang naiinggit pa nga ako, Mr. President. Mabuti pa nga sila nahawakan nila. Yung anak ko 5 months ni hindi ko nahipo. Nahawakan ko patay na," he said.
The senator said he prayed daily to God to spare his son. He said he did not receive an answer from God until today, 37 years later.
"Kasi pala, magiging misyon ko ito pala para ipaglaban ko ang karapatan na mabuhay ang maraming inosenteng bata na kikitilin ang buhay ng bill na ito," he said.


Claudine Barreto in TV 5

Is she already a ontract star or merely a guest star in TV 5. I am talking about Claudine Barreto who is starting to tape Untold Stories.

Here is the news:
Claudine Barretto has started taping for TV5’s Untold Stories. The actress will act opposite Jay Manalo in the said docu-drama anthologywhich is a spin-off of Face to Face.

This was confirmed to PEP.ph by a member of the corporate communications department of TV5. The actress shot her scenes in Marikina last Saturday, August 11.

When Claudine transferred to GMA-7 in 2009, the actress signed a two-year contract with the Kapuso Network, which means her contract expired last November 2011.

However, the public relations specialist of TV5 clarified that Claudine will simply appear as a guest ofUntold Stories.


Himala will be shown in Venice

I like HIMALA, the movie of Nora Aunor. It is good that it is going to be shown in Venice.

Here is the news:

The restored version of the Filipino classic film Himala, directed by the late National Artist Ishmael Bernal, will be screened at the prestigious 69th Venice Film Festival this year.
The 1982 film starring Nora Aunor will be screened during the fest through the program titled “Venizia Classici” along with restored classic films such as Chimes at Midnight by Orson Welles, Fanny and Alexander by Ingmar Bergman, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Howard Hawks and many more.


Director Joey Reyes apologized to Alfie Lorenzo

Direk Joey admits 'fault,' apologizes

Do you think it is his fault?

MANILA, Philippines – Talent manager and entertainment writer Alfie Lorenzo expressed his dismay over having been allegedly bypassed by actress Judy Ann Santos in accepting an independent film project.

Lorenzo cried foul over Santos' participation in the Cinemalaya Film Festival entry "Mga Mumunting Lihim," for which she refused to be paid despite her leading role in the Jose Javier Reyes-directed film.
Santos' long-time talent manager also vented his frustration over Reyes' supposed lack of respect, for not having informed him of the young superstar's pro bono involvement in the project.
"Matagal na kaming magkakilala ni Joey Reyes. Ang hinihintay ko lang, 'yung respeto man lang, na sabihin ni Joey, 'Gagamitin ko artista mo ah, pero libre,'" Lorenzo told entertainment talk show "Paparazzi" in an interview that aired Saturday.


Politicians,Government Officials, Lawmakers and their families attended the Third SONA of the President. The most awaited moment of this occasion is the entry of the people in their beautiful gowns,
barongs and other native Filipino customes and dresses.

These are the women who shashayed like fashion models altough most of them are or are still in this career. Men came in their barong Tagalogs.

kris aquino and boy abunda
manny and jinkee

lani mercado and daughter

risa hontiveros

lucy gomez and richard gomez


Dolphy is dead at 83

Dolphy is dead a few days before his birthday. 

The Comedy King is dead. Long live the Comedy King!
It was curtain call for Dolphy who died at 8:34 last night at the ICU of the Makati Medical Center (MCC), where he was confined for more than three weeks for pneumonia.
He would have turned 84 on July 25.
Dr. Jake Marte, assistant patient relations officer of MMC, said, “Mr. Rodolfo ‘Dolphy’ Quizon passed away due to multiple organ failure brought about by severe pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and acute renal failure.”
He died surrounded by members of his family, some of whom had just arrived from abroad.


JEssica Sanchez in Top 3 American Idol

Manny Pacquiao was in the audience when Jessica was declared safe tonight at the American Idol.

Here is the news:

MANILA, Philippines — Jessica Sanchez, the Filipino-Mexican who has wowed audiences worldwide with her gift of song, is now on the top 3 of the popular “American Idol”.
This is the second time that a contestant, of Philippine descent, made it to the top 3 of the popular talent show. The first was Jasmine Trias in Season 3.
Hollie Cavanagh was voted out of the competition where only Sanchez,  Joshua Ledet and Philip Philips are now left to vie for the top prize. On Thursday (Manila time) Sanchez received a standing ovation from “Idol” judges Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez for her rendition of Jennifer Holiday’s hit “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going.”
After being told that she was safe, Holiday tweeted: “Thank you, oh merciful God 4 making sweet Jessica safe! Only u Lord took Jay from the bottom3 2 the top 3! Sing soul angel!” Holiday, in her twitter account @Jennifersspot, urged her followers to vote for Sanchez.


Mo Twister Binastos si Charice sa Twitter

Papansin lang ba ito, paintriga because I do not buy the reason of Mo Twister that it is just for fun.

Here is the news:

MANILA, Philippines – Disc jockey Mo Twister and two others were suspended for two weeks from their radio program for alleged sex tape tweets against international singer Charice.
In a statement Wednesday, Magic 89.9 said they did not condone the actions of Mo, Mohan Gumatay in real life, and his fellow DJs Tin Gamboa and Mia Bayuga in their program “Good Times”.

Tulfo Brothers Suspended

 Anger would not bring anyone something good. Look at the Tulfo Brothers who threatened the couple, Raymart and Claudine in their program with man viewers as witnesses.

Here is the news:

MANILA, Philippines The three hosts of T3: Kapatid, Sagot Kita have been suspended, the corporate public relations officer of TV5 said on Wednesday.
"The Tulfo brothers, Erwin, Raffy, and Ben have been suspended as of 5 p.m. today," a text message sent to InterAksyon said on Wednesday, quoting TV5's corporate public relations officer Peachy Vibal-Guioguio.
"Mon Tulfo, Martin Andanar, and Atty. Mel Sta. Maria will serve as hosts of T3," the same text message said.
No additional details were provided, but the younger Tulfos had drawn flak for their on-air remarks against actor Raymart Santiago, who had figured in an airport brawl with their brother Ramon.
In lieu of the Tulfo siblings, eldest brother Mon - who was not involved in the controversy over the on-air remarks widely seen as bordering on “threats” - was made host of the T3 show, along with two other network hosts, Martin Andanar and resident legal commentator Atty. Mel Sta. Maria.
The three younger Tulfos face an investigation announced earlier by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), which set a hearing Thursday.
Earlier the Kapatid network said in a statement on Tuesday that the remarks of the younger Tulfos, made just before Atty. Mel Sta. Maria interviewed their brother Mon on Monday, were spontaneous, unscripted, and "uncalled for," and that the management was taking action on the matter.


Celebrities' Scandals, Then and Now Part 2

Here is part 2 of the Celebrities' Scandals, Then and Now that were published in inquirer.

Eddie Garcia

It’s hard to give advice because I never quarrelled with a reporter in my entire career. In my opinion, any misunderstanding can be resolved in a peaceful manner. During our time, the Big Four studios (LVN, Sampaguita, Premiere, Lebran) disciplined their actors. We were told to abide by a strict morality code. Mrs. Azucena Vera-Perez (Sampaguita) would call our attention if we misbehaved. Mrs. Vera-Perez always checked the girls’ outfits before they left for a party.
Perla Bautista

.A young star once asked for advice. I told her: “If you want to last long in show business, you’d better know how to keep secrets.” I also believe that how you treat underlings reflects your true personality. When I am in a mall and a sales lady is cranky, I put myself in their shoes. They’ve been on their feet the whole day and they must be tired. Don’t expect special treatment just because you are a movie star.

Delia Razon

Times were different when we were young. In LVN, Doña Sisang (de Leon) took care of us like we were her own children. She taught us to always be friendly and respectful of other people. She would tell us: “Always smile at the fans. If they say something nasty, just turn your back and walk away. Evitar desgusto [Avoid trouble].” I follow her advice until now. If I smile at someone and I get snubbed, okay lang. I shared that tip with my granddaughter Carla Abellana. I told her: “If someone greets you, just wave even if you don’t see the person. Acknowledge the greeting.”
Amalia Fuentes

During our time, there were also shocking scandals, like the murder of Lilian Velez in the hands of Narding Anzures. Every generation has its share of violent incidents. It’s human nature. It just depends on how you handle the situation. Every time actors leave their homes, they will be under scrutiny. That’s why today’s kids should think twice. Count to 10 before you do anything. For parents, make sure to know your children’s friends. Spend time with your kids, get to know them. The family support system is very important. When we were young actors, we were sheltered by Sampaguita. Plus, I credit my mother. I wasn’t allowed to go out at night without one of my brothers as chaperon. I was a virgin until I was 26 years old! Now, when I say that, people ask, “Amalia, are you bragging or complaining?
Caridad Sanchez

Normal people have the same troubles. If the scandals involve actors, they are magnified. I don’t think that these actors’ private problems would adversely affect the entire industry. I think the public is smarter now. They might generalize that all actors are troublemakers; that would be unfair. Well, times have changed. I am not surprised that such scandals have become commonplace. In our time, life was simpler.

Celebrities' Scandals, Then and Now.

Celebrities' Scandals, Then and Now.
How did the old stars behave in public to avoid scandals at the height of their popularity?
Here are some of them. From inquirer. Some photos are also from inquirer.

What was supposed to be a lazy summer weekend has become a time of collective exasperation.
Local Show Town was rocked with a double whammy of very public squabbles involving celebrities—specifically, the bar brawl with former sweethearts Andi Eigenmann and Albie Casiño as protagonists, and the airport altercation between Inquirer columnist Ramon Tulfo and married couple Raymart Santiago and Claudine Barretto.
Inquirer Entertainment turned to the country’s veteran actors for a little sobriety amid the hysterics. The senior stars graciously favored us with their voice of wisdom.
Gloria Sevilla

We can’t solve a problem by creating another problem. I’ve experienced being left behind by a plane many times in the past, but when I talked to the airline staff, I was always calm and civil. Even if I felt wronged, I tried to be humble and cool-headed. I guess, everyone is getting hot-tempered these days because of the weather!
Anita Linda

We also had our share of showbiz scandals in the past, but we handled things discreetly. Also, we were protected and disciplined by the studio bosses. Mrs. Adela Santiago of Premiere Productions would scold me: “I heard you were in the nightclub until morning.” They never get tired of reminding us that we should conduct ourselves properly in public. It’s not that we didn’t make mistakes; we just didn’t wash our dirty linen in public. I have a simple advice to young stars: Love your work. Respect your profession. Never forget that you owe your fame to the public.
Marita Zobel

Actually, there isn’t much difference then and now. Scandals also broke out during our time. It’s just that we didn’t flaunt our troubles. We kept things private. It was because we felt that we had a certain responsibility as actors. We were aware that young people looked up to us and we always had to set a good example.