It was inevitable.
Rumors about Popular Star’s bad behavior are getting louder. Now, Suave Partner is purportedly the one complaining about PS’ prima donna ways.
If the script sounds familiar, it’s because this was the same tactic that led to Cantankerous Luminary’s eventual downfall.
Who stands to benefit from PS’ disgrace? The same people who engineered CL’s undoing are apparently working overtime to poison PS’ well of good will, too.
As usual, there’s a financial motivation behind this not-so-silent skirmish. The attack dogs want Saccharine Rival to prosper by filching PS’ projects. Thing is, SR is just as, if not more, belligerent than PS.
A match made in hell!
Controversial Personality is just as rabid in disparaging Influential Figure in public.
Seems CP has a rather huge ax to grind against IF.
It’s nothing personal, though. It’s all in a day’s work for CP.
Well, CP is acting at the behest of Powerful Patron.
IF has made not a few enemies on the way up—and that includes PP who happens to be the boss of CP.
Ergo, CP will not stop until IF vanishes from the face of the earth.
Coworkers can’t help snickering behind Scandalous Celebrity’s back.
SC was not the star of a coming project. Still, SC kept hogging the limelight. Although others were bound by a confidentiality rule, SC kept blabbing left and right.
After all, it was SC’s chance to brag, after suffering a series of embarrassing setbacks.
Seemed CP couldn’t let go of lost glory. Alas, colleagues couldn’t care less about the pricey trinkets CP kept flaunting in public, as well.
Perky Starlet should really go easy on the cosmetic enhancements.
PS now looks like a science experiment gone awry.
The implants were a bad idea and the constant liposuctions did more harm than good.
PS wanted to approximate idol, Glamorous Beauty’s fairy-tale princess look. Instead, PS ended up with the visage of a sinister witch.
From the Inquirer tabloid Bandera:
Now, the real reason behind this high-profile breakup can be revealed.
Dreamy Sweetie had no choice but to dump Troubled Lover.
Seemed DS could no longer stand TL’s quirks. But the straw that broke the camel’s back was TL’s decision to make drastic changes—not only in the professional, but in the personal realm, as well.
Let’s just say DS didn’t approve of TL’s latest reinvention.
It was a dealbreaker, in more ways than one.
Top of show biz news
For those who missed last weekend’s show biz news on TV. (And why we are moved, if we are moved.)
Sharon Cuneta on recently losing 13 pounds: “It was stress, jet lag, and sometimes I would order food and not like it!” (Diet tip from Mega: Keep ordering food you hate.)
“Asia’s Next Top Model” winner Maureen Wroblewitz on Tyra Banks calling her a “Pinoy queen” on Instagram: “I freaked out! It feels amazing.” (Bongga ka, ’Day!)
Cristine Reyes on husband Ali Khatibi starring in his first film: “I’m very proud of him. He’s super shy, but he’s trying his best.” (But does he know how to act?)
Marlon Stockinger on Pia Wurtzbach supporting him amid the news that he has kids already: “I really appreciate her for that.” (You better.)
Marlon on people thinking that he and Pia have broken up, after he unfollowed her on Instagram: “ We’re good. Everything’s fine. We just realized that … what happens behind closed doors, we don’t have to always share that.” (Precisely.)
Barbie Forteza on bonding with a leukemia-stricken fan: “Gagawa at gagawa talaga ako ng oras para dito. Kahit busy, kung gusto, may paraan naman talaga…Nakaka-inspire.” (Brava!)
Julie Anne San Jose on why she doesn’t cut down her rice intake: “The more na dini-deprive ’yung sarili ko, mas lalo akong nagke-crave at napapakain ng marami!” (Makes sense.)
“That’s My Bae” Miggy Tolentino on clashing with a referee during a basketball game: “Inaamin ko naman ’yung pagkakamali ko. After ng init ng ulo mo, mare-realize mo ’yung mali mo.” (OK, fine … you know what’s next.)
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