“I want to work for Vicki Belo,” Mich Dulce once said.
“Cause I want to pop zits!” Mich said.
Don’t we all?
I get so obsessed with zit popping—when it’s especially good, I like to replay the event over and over in my head.
I know right? Abnormal.
Anyway I found this video on Facebook. It shows some girls taking out a really huge, impacted blackhead on their friend’s skin. It is so gross, more horrifying than The Conjuring.
It also reminds me of removing Cedric’s earwax in 2009—you can read about it HERE.
Meanwhile, if you think you have the stomach for it, watch this till the end.
You have been warned.
Red Turnip Theater announces its maiden production, a staging of Patrick Marber’s acclaimed play, Closer.
Directed by Ana Abad Santos, the cast features Angel Aquino, Bart Guingona, Cris Villonco, and Marc Abaya.
The show will run during the weekends of October.
After Patrick Marber debuted Closer in London in 1997, the play won him a Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play in 1998, as well as the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Foreign Play when it was staged in New York in 1999. General audiences may be most familiar with the work due to its 2004 film adaptation by Mike Nichols, starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman, and Clive Owen.
The story revolves around two couples who weave in and out of each other’s orbits. It’s a study of lust, seduction, deceit, the myriad little lies we tell others (and ourselves), and the cowardice that keeps us from being honest.
Watch the trailer, directed by Marie Jamora:
The production will mark acclaimed film actress Angel Aquino’s debut in a stage play.
Aquino was most recently seen in Erik Matti’s On The Job, which debuted at the Directors’ Fortnight at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Bart Guingona is no stranger to the material, having directed it himself in a production several years ago.
TV and film actor Marc Abaya, son of pioneering director Marilou Diaz-Abaya and frontman of rock band Kjwan, also makes his stage debut with Closer.
And Cris Villonco is one of the founding members of Red Turnip Theater.
Technical Direction & Lighting Design: John Batalla
Set Design: Gino Gonzales
Sound Design: Jethro Joaquin
Costumes: Raven Ong
Manila’s artsy hipster crowd flocked to The Fort’s hip URBN Bar to attend Lee’s Denim DIY Craftsmanship Workshop, featuring celebrities invited to showcase their personal style and passion for denim.
Seen at the scene were artist Leeroy New
Visual and tattoo artist Sarah Gaugler
Designer and muralist Deejae Paeste
Fashion blogger and accessory designer Paul Jatayna
Also present were pro formula racers Michelle Bumgarner and Mark Bumgarner and designer Jerome Lorico who created customized denim pieces using bottles of paints, threads, needles, studs, and other sewing supplies, while DJ duo Deuce Manila spun upbeat music. You can imagine one hot mess!
Host KC Montero went around the workstations, which also had actor Ruru Madrid and showbiz reporter Nelson Canlas getting their hands dirty.
Ruru Madrid and Nelson Canlas
Held in celebration of Lee’s landmark 125th anniversary, the activity kicked off Lee’s Style Army Competition—whose entries will be displayed in a Lee Denim Exhibit during Philippine Fashion Week this October 25, 2013, 6 PM at the Atrium, SM Mall of Asia.
To know more, go to https://www.facebook.com/leejeansphilippines.
Hats off to Rajo Laurel for another successful collab!
I’m in awe whenever Rajo ties in with Uratex foam or Red Ribbon cakes. He has truly made himself a reachable, affordable brand.
Last night we caught up with him at the NBC Tent to launch his limited edition collection for National Book Store.
Guests buzzed in and out as many had a second event to attend at Ystyle, but we stayed put to watch a mini show staged by director Robby Carmona.
It opened with female models wearing Rajo’s squiggly designs, which are reproduced in National Book Store tote bags and accessories. The models came out on the left of the stage
Then the right of the stage came to life with male models coming out of a wooden shack
Eek! There goes Sam Ajdani, so I ran
Just in time to make a video
Watch (BTW that’s not my sound byte)
Then the girls came out again, so I ran
and it was good
You can get these squiggly totes and more at selected National Book Store outlets beginning October 18th
One of Rajo’s best shows I’ve seen, with clean shapes and styling
Happy I made it out there. See for yourself!
And it’s confirmed, I am next! Watch for my collab with National Book Store next year!