Saturday, May 25, 2013

Pinoy Pride XX Laban Kung Laban Boxing Winners: Pinoy Boxers Win Against Mexicans

Pinoy Pride XX Laban Kung Laban Boxing Winners: Pinoy Boxers Win Against Mexicans

Pinoy boxers win big at the recently concluded  "Pinoy Pride XX: Laban Kung Laban" boxing event held at  Waterfront Hotel and Casino in Lahug, Cebu City on Saturday night.

Jason Pagara, via unanimous decision, successfully defended his WBO International junior welterweight title by outpointing Mexican boxer, Aaron Herrera, after 12 rounds in the main event.

Meantime, Jimrex Jaca now holds the WBO Oriental junior welterweight title after he defeated Jose Emilio Perea of Mexico in the supporting event.

The fight lasted 12 rounds and Jaca got the belt via a unanimous decision.

Another Pinoy boxer who took home victory is Genesis Servania who was able to knock down his Indonesian opponent, Isaac Junior, in the third round.

Servania took home the win in the non-title bout for super bantamweight division.

Boy Abunda Interview with Fashion Icon Nina Garcia of "Project Runway" (Transcript)

Boy Abunda Interview with Fashion Icon Nina Garcia of "Project Runway" (Transcript)

Fashion icon and Marie Claire magazine Creative Director Nina Garcia (3rd right) of 
Project Runway fame joins models on stage during the Jag Origins show at
Fashion Week held at the SMX in Pasay City on Friday. 

"Project Runway" judge Nina Garcia feels right at home in the Philippines, saying the tropical country reminds her of her beginnings in Colombia.

The 48-year-old fashion journalist, who is currently the creative director of fashion magazine "Marie Claire", on Friday attended the Jag Origins show at the Philippine Fashion Week as special guest.

"Thank you to the Philippines for giving me such a phenomenally warm welcome, and for making me feel so at home, so welcome, so embraced," Garcia told Kapamilya host Boy Abunda in a one-on-one interview on Friday.

Born and raised in Colombia, Garcia cited the similarities of her native country with the Philippines, "starting with both being Catholic countries, and the family I think is part of priority for both cultures."

"Also, the weather is very similar, the fruits, the warmth of the people, the climate, it's very similar to Colombia," she said.

In her interview with Abunda, Garcia also retraced her beginnings in the fashion industry. The author of 4 fashion-themed books also shared her philosophy about style, and talked about what it takes to make it big in her "cut-throat" industry.

Here are 30 questions for Nina Garcia, answered:

Let's start light. If style had a name, what is it?

You're having dinner with Pope Francis. What are you wearing?

If fashion had a color, what is it?
I would say red.

If you meet the devil, what do you think he'd be wearing?
He's not wearing.

If you go to heaven, which designer would you bring along with you?
Alexander McQueen. Because what he did is so beautifully feminine. It was heavenly. When he went feminine, when he went soft, it was just ethereal.

Who is the sexiest man in the world?
My two children.

Lights on or lights off?
Lights on.

It's your last night on earth. Where are you and what are you wearing?
Haute couture, for sure. In Paris!

Dress you would never, ever wear?
Tight, shiny and short. Not happening.

Name one woman who can wear anything and look great.
Kate Moss.

New York or Colombia?
It's got to be both.

Black or white?

Are diamonds really a woman's best friend?

Describe Nina Garcia's personal style in one word.

How do you approach being a judge on 'Project Runway'?
It's tough, because you don't want to hurt anybody's feelings, but at the same time you want to help them, and you want to be truthful and you want to be frank. But my biggest nightmare in being too frank is that I would ever disappoint anybody, or break anybody's spirit.

[I think about] how I can say it in a way that is not mean or offensive... While I don't want to break anybody's spirit, I don't want to waste anybody's time.

When I am sitting there with those designers, I am judging them with their peers, I am judging them with what I see in the market, with what I see as an editor.

In a country not as wealthy as the United States, how can you make fashion relevant?
I'm a big believer that fashion has no economic or geographic boundaries. Fashion is an expression of the culture, but it's also creativity. And now more than ever, with the power of social media, when you have something that is unique and is fabulous, it can become viral, it can become fashion.

What is the difference between fashion and style?
Fashion is an expression of a time, of a place, of history. It's putting things into context. Style is really very personal, it's kind of timeless. Style is really about how you put yourself together, it's something very personal. Fashion is just an interpretation of the culture around us.

If style is indeed personal, why are even talking about style?
Because it communicates. It does communicate, the way you put yourself together. It's almost like a language without words. It's the first thing you see, so it can communicate something. Style is a journal.

If you look back in history of the women who are most memorable and most stylish, they were never the followers of fahion, they were the ones who were unique in their style, breakers of the rules. They were authentic, genuine, original. They were not following the trends.

How has show business afftected style and vice versa?
Back in the '30s and '40s, the studio controlled the image of the actresses. There were no stylists then, but the studio controlled these women, the way they put themselves together, the way they spoke, the way they presented themselves. Now that's changed. Now it's the stylist who is controlling their image. They stylists are controlling what they wear. Do I agree with it? No. I wish I could see more of their personal style.

Do you agree that stylists have tempered the flamboyance in show business?
Yes. Nobody wants to be in the worst-dressed list. It's interesting because when the stylist get to flamboyant, or a star is too creative in their outfit, people get turned off, sometimes. Then there are artists like Lady Gaga. She owns that.

Now it's show business and commerce. What you see on the red carpet is going to translate all over the world. It's a business, so it has been watered down, because at the end of the day, there is that "show business sells clothes."

Is there anything original in fashion today?
There is original interpretation (laughs). There's a few that are original, but there are original interpretations. It's very difficult to have an original creation. And I would venture to say that in the past may be 30 years in deisgn, there hasn't been so much originality. It's just an interpretation.

It will happen (originality). I don't feel so pessimistic about it. I think it's just the times that we have been living. It's been very comfortable, and there's so much money, but so much at stake, that if you take a chance, if you have something that doesn't make it, you have a lot to lose.

A quote in your book says, 'We are survivalists, we are nurturers, we are women.' Talk about it.
We are women, and I think that now more than ever, in the 21st century, we have the possibility to do so much. We can have families, we can have jobs, and we're very good at it. We can juggle so many things. We are survivalists because we keep the family, and that's where it all starts.

Trends: how should we view them as consumers?
Cautiously. I am not a proponent of being a fashion victim, and I think when we get too caught up in the trends, we fall into that category. I think we should use them sparingly. I think we should use them when they work for us. But I don't think we should use them just for the sake of using them.

How can we tell a good designer from a bad one?
A bad designer, in my opinion, does not have a point of view. When you see a designer, you should be able to tell, "That's so and so." A bad designer does not have a distinct point of view. I should be able to look at their collection and be like, "That is so and so." It should be authentic to them, it shouldn't be, "One day, I'm going to do this, and the next day, I'm doing to do that." It should be authentic, genuine, real, and should be able to communicate.

What is your single most important message on style to aspiring designers?
We go back to being personal, being original, being authentic. I often speak to many designers in Colombia and South America who are trying to break into the business, and they ask, "What is it that we have to do? What is it that will bring us that international attention?"

It is being genuine, being proud of your heritage, being proud of what you do, owning what you're good at, as opposed to trying to be somebody else, or trying to be something else. That's my most important message.

In every part, not only in design. When I get asked questions from students, like, "What were my challenges in the American market [as someone from Colombia]?" I really felt very proud to be Colombian. That, for me, was a source of strength. I didn't find it as a disadvantage. That gave me an advantage. It was my equity, and it was my point of distinction. I saw things from a different perspective than the Americans.

What did you learn from "Project Runway" that you didn't learn from magazines?
You know, the show is really a microcosm of what happens in the real world. It is that tough, it is that cut-throat. It's either you make it or you don't make it. It just gave me more empathy for the designers, for the designers who are the creators. It was more upfront. It's more condensed. It's more there. I see it.

Obviously, in my every-day work, I run across many designers, they are living in real life. But here I see it repeatedly, and I see it so closely. I have more empathy for them.

How do you survive being in a fiercely competitive field?
Focus. Determination. Passion for what I do. I am passionate about what I do, I've always been. I knew it from very early on. I think that what is most important is that I feel very grounded. My family keeps me very grounded. This is an industry that can seem very glamorous, that can be very alluring, can make you fly. My family is what keeps me grounded.

How do you handle praise and criticism? How do you handle people who dislike and people who like Nina Garcia?
I try not to listen to who does not like Nina Garcia, but actually, I like criticism. Criticism makes you grow. Criticism makes you think. It can't be all praise. I doubt praise. I question praise, I do question praise. I don't like to be praised all the time.

And may be that's why I'm such a frank judge, because I do like to hear -- play ping-pong -- to hear what is the criticism. It helps me. It helps me grow. If it all were praise, we would live in a bubble. And for a designer, it's very important to hear from their customer, they need to hear it.

Here is a woman styled by Nina Garcia. Describe how she looks.
High, comfortable heels. Probably wearing a jacket. Pants. White crisp shirt. A beautiful accessory. That's it. Very simple, streamlined. To the point. Strong.

Are you comfortable with fame?
I don't think of myself as being famous. I just do my job. I like to do my job. I'm passionate with what I do. I stepped into the TV thing by accident. It's been wonderful. It's a wonderful program. But I still love what I do. I love the magazine world, I love the business. -

May 2013 Election Party-list Winners Announced by COMELEC

May 2013 Election Party-list Winners Announced by COMELEC 

Eleven days after the national election, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) announced the list of winners for Party-list Representatives.

The winning party-list groups and their individual nominees are:

BUHAY: 1,265,992 votes (3 seats)
1.       Mariano Michael M. Velarde, Jr.
2.       Jose “Lito” L. Atienza, Jr.
3.       William Irwin C. Tieng

A TEACHER: 1,040,898 votes (2 seats)
1.       Mariano U. Piamonte, Jr.
2.       Julieta R. Cortuna

BAYAN MUNA:  952,767 votes (2 seats)
1.       Neri J. Colmenares
2.       Carlos Isagani T. Zarate

1-CARE: 933,831 votes (2 seats)
1.       Edgardo R. Masongsong
2.       Michael Angelo C. Rivera

AKBAYAN: 827,405 votes (2 seats)
1.       Walden F. Bello
2.       Ibarra M. Gutierrez III

ABONO: 767,645 votes (2 seats)
1.    Conrado M. Estrella III

AKB (Ako Bicol): 763,103 votes (2 seats)
1.       Christopher S. Co
2.       Pedro A. Ravanilla

OFW FAMILY:  750,753 votes (2 seats)
1.    Roy V. Señeres, Sr.

GABRIELA: 713,492 votes (2 seats)
1.    Luzviminda C. Ilagan

COOP-NATCCO:  641,355 votes (2 seats)
1.    Cresente C. Paez

AGAP: 592,069 votes (2 seats)
1.    Nicanor M. Briones

CIBAC: 583,768 votes (2 seats)
1.    Luis K. Lokin, Jr.

MAGDALO: 565,883 votes (2 seats)
1.    Gary C. Alejano

AN WARAY: 540,906 votes (2 seats)
1.    Neil Benedict A. Montejo

ABAMIN: 465,989 votes (1 seat)
1. Maximo B. Rodriguez, Jr.

ACT TEACHERS: 453,491 votes (1 seat)
1. Antonio L. Tinio

BUTIL: 438,601 votes (1 seat)
1. Agapito A. Guanlao

AMIN: 376,932 votes (1 seat)
1. Sitti Djalia A. Turabin-Hataman

ACT-CIS : 376,175 votes (1 seat)
1. Jerome V. Oliveros

LPGMA: 370,360 votes (1 seat)
1. Arnel U. Ty

KALINGA: 371,610 votes (1 seat)
1. Abigail Faye C. Ferriol

TUCP: 368,883 votes (1 seat)
1. Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza
2. Roland C. De la Cruz

YACAP:  366,340 votes (1 seat)
1. Carol Jayne B. Lopez

AGRI: 365,516 votes (1 seat)
1.    Michael Ryan A. Enriquez

ANGKLA: 360,138 votes (1 seat)
1. Jesulito A. Manalo

ABS: 358,693 votes (1 seat)
1. Catalina G. Leonen-Pizarro

DIWA: 341,443 votes (1 seat)
1. Emmeline Y. Aglipay

KABATAAN: 340,573 (1 seat)
1. James Mark Terry L. Ridon

ANAKPAWIS: 321,110 votes (1 seat)
1. Fernando L. Hicap

ALAY BUHAY: 316,947 votes  (1 seat)
1. Weslie T. Gatchalian

AAMBIS-OWA: 311,725 votes  (1 seat)
1. Sharon S. Garin

1-SAGIP: 287,060 votes (1 seat)
1. Erlinda M. Santiago

AVE: 270,159 votes (1 seat)
1. Eulogio R. Masaysay

ATING KOOP: 267,452 votes (1 seat)
1. Roberto C. Mascariña
2. Isidro Q. Lico

AMA: 243,551 votes (1 seat)
1. Lorna Q. Velasco

1-BAP: 245,237 votes (1 seat)
1. Silvestre H. Bello III

ABAKADA: 243,994 votes (1 seat)
1. Jonathan A. De la Cruz
2. Artemio G. Tuquero

AMA – 243,551 votes (1)
1. Lorna Q. Velasco

ANG NARS: 242,835 votes (1 seat)
1. Leah Primitiva G. Samaco-Paquiz

The First ‘Zumba Conzert’ in the Philippines Happens on June 29

The First ‘Zumba Conzert’ in the Philippines Happens on June 29

Gold’s Gym Philippines was the first gym chain to introduce Zumba in the country. Now they’re bringing another first – the Zumba Conzert!

Join Michael Thomas, a Zumba Education Specialist, together with your favorite stars and celebrities in the grandest fitness event of the year!

Saturday, 29 June 2013
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Hall 1, SMX Convention Center
Mall of Asia Complex
Pasay City

Ticket Prices:
VIP: PHP1,500 | GOLD: PHP1,000 | REGULAR: PHP800

Tickets available at SMTICKETS.COM or call 470-2222 for further information.

Friday, May 24, 2013

DOH and DOLE Advise to Call Center Agents: "Have more SEX."

DOH and DOLE Advise to Call Center Agents: "<i>Have more SEX.</i>"

Do you work for a call center? The Department of Health (DOH) wants you to have more SEX. But, is not what you're thinking. SEX stands for Stress-free, Eating right and Exercise.

While salaries are high, DOH says your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other ailments are higher due to the unhealthy lifestyle to compensate for graveyard shifts.

Read more about their joint project with DOLE via this article publish in Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 24:

From now on, the call center workforce in Metro Manila will learn to have more “sex” in their daily lives. But this kind of “sex,” health and labor officials clarify, stands for “stress-free, eating right, and exercise.”

The Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) announced a joint project of theirs alongside other groups that is aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle among call center agents, majority of whom smoke, drink and lack sleep.

Called “iCare Healthy Lifestyle Office Caravan Project,” the initiative involves the deployment of teams from the DOH to at least 30 call center companies in the capital to hold risk assessments, health talks and workshops that will teach workers how to engage in healthy living for at least three months.

We will conduct a 30-minute health talk about the problems of call center agents, which is stress, lack of physical activity, unhealthy diet and smoking and drinking. We will touch on all of these,” said Dr. Ethelyn Nieto, former health undersecretary and now chair of the project’s technical working group.

To ensure that the project is sustainable, the health department will return to these companies after every three months. “Then, it will now be the [employers] who will sustain the lifestyle of their agents,” she said.

Nieto noted that call center workers are the second-largest class of wage earners  in the country. The booming industry has about 680,000 workers nationwide. But for this year, the project will cover only 200,000 call center agents in Metro Manila.

We will expand [later] to Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao,” she added.

Assistant Health Secretary Eric Tayag said the health department decided to implement the project first in Metro Manila because 70 percent of the total call center industry is in the capital.

While call center workers enjoy relatively bigger salaries, many of them are at risk for cardio-vascular diseases, diabetes, cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease because of their unhealthy lifestyle, noted Tayag.

Majority work in graveyard shifts and they also smoke and drink to compensate for such ungodly work hours.

We will introduce ‘sex’—stress-free, eat the right food and exercise,” said Tayag. “There will be DOH teams that will go to them…. We will coordinate with the company’s human resource.

Prior to the launching of the project, a study was conducted analyzing the bioelectrical impedance  or body composition of some 1,500 call center agents. Based on the findings, 60 percent of them had higher metabolic age compared with their chronological age.

Nieto said many call center agents are also exposed to high levels of stress, which is a risk factor for hypertension. “So through this project, we will teach them how to relieve stress as well as how to eat right and exercise,” she said.

“We would want to change their lifestyle but we’ll just teach them how to do it. It’s not about dictating to them. It’s up to them if they think they should live a healthy lifestyle,” she added.

The project is in partnership with DOLE’s Occupational Health and Safety Center, the Business Processing Association of the Philippines and the Call Center Association of the Philippines, among others.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Claudett delos Reyes Wins Miss Earth Philippines 2013 Crown

Claudett delos Reyes Wins Miss Earth Philippines 2013 Crown

Here is the full list of winners in Miss Philippines Earth 2013 held at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on Sunday, May 19.

Miss Philippines-Earth 2013
#28 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, Olongapo City (Zambales)

Miss Philippines-Air 2013
#25 Kimverlyn Suiza, Nagcarlan (Laguna)      

Miss Philippines-Water 2013

 #47 Nancy Leonard, Zamboanga City (Zamboanga)    

Miss Philippines-Fire 2013#12 Alma Cabasal, Filipino Community of West Coast USA

Miss Philippines Eco-Tourism 2013
#40 Bernadette Mae Aguirre, Santa Maria (Bulacan)

TOP 1O: 

#25 Kimverlyn Suiza, Nagcarlan (Laguna)     
#24 Kristel Suizo (Misamis Occidental)
#35 Lullete Jane Ramilo, San Manuel (Isabela)
#5 Jannie Loudette Alipo-on, Cabugao (Ilocos Sur)    
#47 Nancy Leonard, Zamboanga City (Zamboanga)    
#36 Janine Asanion, San Marcelino (Zambales)
#40 Bernadette Mae Aguirre, Santa Maria (Bulacan)
#28 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, Olongapo City (Zambales)
#12 Alma Cabasal, Filipino Community of West Coast USA
#14 Athina Karla Chia, 24, Ipil (Zamboanga Sibugay)


Best in Evening Gown
#19 Aura Donna Garon, Mabalacat City (Pampanga)

Best in Swimsuit
#28 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, Olongapo City (Zambales)

Miss Photogenic
#37 Darian Bajade, San Pablo City (Laguna)

Best in Cultural Attire
#24 Kristel Suizo (Misamis Occidental)

Miss Congeniality
#12 Alma Cabasal, Filipino Community of West Coast USA


Most Enthusiastics Learner

1. #40 Bernadette Mae Aguirre, Santa Maria (Bulacan)
2. #47 Nancy Leonard, Zamboanga City (Zamboanga)    
3. #9 Teffanie Lene Llamada, Cebu City (Metro Cebu)     

Make-up Challenge
1. #41 Lucena Rose Magdadaro, Sogod (Cebu)    
2. #22 Maretony Baldoza, Marikina City (Metro Manila)     
3. #8 Dianne Tongol, Candon City (Ilocos Sur)     

Best in Dance
1. #36 Janine Asanion, San Marcelino (Zambales)    
2. Ferina de Paz, Muntinlupa (Metro Manila) -Withdrew
3. #19 Aura Donna Garon, Mabalacat City (Pampanga)    

Resorts Wear
1. #5 Jannie Loudette Alipo-on, Cabugao (Ilocos Sur)    
2. #24 Kristel Suizo, (Misamis Occidental)    
3. #43 Charmaine Hernandez, Taguig City (Metro Manila)     

1. #7 Eva Eunice Reinoso, Caloocan City (Metro Manila)    
2. #41 Lucena Rose Magdadaro, Sogod (Cebu)    
3. #10 Liza Rose Dancalan, Dipolog City (Zamboanga del Norte)     

Darling of the Press
1. #27 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, Olongapo City (Zambales)    
2. Ferina de Paz, Muntinlupa (Metro Manila) -Withdrew.     
3. #25 Kimverlyn Suiza, Nagcarlan (Laguna)     

1. #19 Aura Donna Garon, Mabalacat City (Pampanga)    
2. Ferina de Paz, Muntinlupa (Metro Manila) -Withdrew.
3. #34 Glady Santa Teresa, Roseller Lim (Zamboanga Sibugay)    

1. #27 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, Olongapo City (Zambales) and #17 Casey Ann Austria, Legazpi City (Albay)    
2. #12 Alma Cabasal, 25, Filipino Community of West Coast USA and #15 Katherine Dominique Lagrimas, Iriga City (Camarines Sur)
3. 1. #5 Jannie Loudette Alipo-on, Cabugao (Ilocos Sur) and 1. #19 Aura Donna Garon, Mabalacat City (Pampanga)    


#1 Alyssa Marie Villarico, 21, Bacolod City (Negros Occidental)
#2 Mira-Mae Dimmerling, 20, Bogo (Cebu)
#3 Jessa Marie Jane Cariaga, 18, Boljoon (Cebu)
#4 Dianne Mae Jamero, 18, Cabanatuan City (Nueva Ecija)
#5 Jannie Loudette Alipo-on, 20, Cabugao (Ilocos Sur)
#6 Kristia Kaye Nable, 19, Calapan City (Oriental Mindoro)
#7 Eva Eunice Reinoso, 18, Caloocan City (Metro Manila)
#8 Dianne Tongol, 21, Candon City (Ilocos Sur)
#9 Teffanie Lene Llamada, 23, Cebu City (Metro Cebu)
#10 Liza Rose Dancalan, 22, Dipolog City (Zamboanga del Norte)
#11 Marie-Antonette Carbon, 21, Filipino Community of Canada
#12 Alma Cabasal, 25, Filipino Community of West Coast USA
#13 Sharmaine Reyes, 19, Cagayan de Oro City (Misamis Oriental)
#14 Athina Karla Chia, 24, Ipil (Zamboanga Sibugay)
#15 Katherine Dominique Lagrimas, 23, Iriga City (Camarines Sur)
#16 Karla Patricia Alas, 21, Las Piñas City (Metro Manila)
#17 Casey Ann Austria, 21, Legazpi City (Albay)
#18 Jillian Kristin Deveza, 23, Lipa City (Batangas)
#19 Aura Donna Garon, 22, Mabalacat City (Pampanga)
#20 Crisalda Catipay, 20, Makati City (Metro Manila)
#21 Alyanna Andrea Amistad, 20, Manila (Metro Manila)
#22 Maretony Baldoza, 20, Marikina City (Metro Manila)
#23 Caneille Faith Santos, 24, Marilao (Bulacan)
#24 Kristel Suizo, 21, (Misamis Occidental)
#25 Kimverlyn Suiza, 24, Nagcarlan (Laguna)
#26 Harriene Banaybanay, 19, (Negros Oriental)
#27 Angelee Claudett delos Reyes, 25, Olongapo City (Zambales)
#28 Mevelyn Villamor, 24, Pagadian City (Zamboanga del Sur)
#29 Kimberly Tristine Ledesma, 19, Parañaque City (Metro Manila)
#30 Chriscember Joy Nuñez, 23, Passi City (Iloilo)
#31 Nickylyn Cardoza, 19, Placer (Masbate)
#32 Sarah Jireh Asido, 22, Quezon City (Metro Manila)
#33 Maria Kristine Tablazon, 24, Rodriguez (Rizal)
#34 Glady Santa Teresa, 18, Roseller Lim (Zamboanga Sibugay)
#35 Lullete Jane Ramilo, 20, San Manuel (Isabela)
#36 Janine Asanion, 24, San Marcelino (Zambales)
#37 Darian Bejade, 19, San Pablo City (Laguna)
#38 Darlene May Reyes, 19, San Pascual (Batangas)
#39 Kristine Gail Sandoval, 20, San Pedro (Laguna)
#40 Bernadette Mae Aguirre, 20, Santa Maria (Bulacan)
#41 Lucena Rose Magdadaro, 21, Sogod (Cebu)
#42 Joanne Jane Janson, 21, Surigao City (Surigao del Norte)
#43 Charmaine Hernandez, 18, Taguig City (Metro Manila)
#44 Maria Eliza Zosa, 25, Talisay City (Metro Cebu)
#45 Kristel Guelos, 20, Tanauan City (Batangas)
#46 Marie Bernadette Meneses, 21, Tanza (Cavite)
#47 Nancy Leonard, 22, Zamboanga City (Zamboanga)

Photo: Miss Philippines Earth Official FB page

Ai-Ai delas Alas Jed Salang Separation: The Buzz Interview Video (Part 2)

Ai-Ai delas Alas Jed Salang Separation: The Buzz Interview Video (Part 2)

It is confirmed!

One month after their Las Vegas wedding, comedy queen Ai-Ai delas Alas and businessman Jed Salang are now separated.

The reason? Check out Ai-Ai's emotional conversation with Boy Abunda below:

Watch Ai-Ai delas Alas interview with Boy Abunda PART 1 HERE.

Ai-Ai delas Alas Jed Salang Separation: The Buzz Interview Video (Part 1)

Ai-Ai delas Alas Jed Salang Separation: The Buzz Interview Video (Part 1)

It is confirmed!

One month after their Las Vegas wedding, comedy queen Ai-Ai delas Alas and businessman Jed Salang are now separated.

The reason? Check out Ai-Ai's emotional conversation with Boy Abunda below:

Watch Ai-Ai delas Alas interview with Boy Abunda PART 2 HERE.

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