July 30, 2014 Conversation Starters: Sarah Geronimo Is YES! Magazine's Most Beautiful Star + More!

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http://images1.cosmo.ph/July 30, 2014 Conversation Starters: Sarah Geronimo Is <i>YES!</i> Magazine's Most Beautiful Star + More!

1 Who’s the fairest of them all? Sarah Geronimo topped YES! magazine’s list of 100 Most Beautiful Stars for 2014. "Sarah is also a woman who has come into her own. That is the reason why YES! magazine chose her as this year's most beautiful star," explained the publication. Congrats, Sarah! (abs-cbnnews.com)

2 In case you missed it, this is what Nancy Binay wore to the SONA last Monday.

Her outfit may have gotten a lot of criticism from netizens, but she chooses to remain unfazed by all the negativity and says she is promoting local fabrics. "In fairness, it’s one way of pushing our designers and our local fabric industry. It’s job-generating. Piña has become popular so this could be a source of livelihood," she explained in a phone interview. What do you think of Nancy's outfit? (Inquirer.net)

3 Our childhood crush is getting married! Patrick Garcia proposed to his non-showbiz girlfriend, Nikka Martinez, in front of his entire church a few days ago. Patrick posted a series of videos of the proposal on his Instagram account. In one video he says, "It will make me very happy if you'd allow me to make it right with you, and most of all [if] we could make it right with the Lord." Patrick and Nikka already have a daughter together named Chelsea. Congrats to the happy couple! (abs-cbnnews.com)

4 If you're dreading being back at work after yesterday's holiday, here's something to perk you up: Hilary Duff is making music again! The actress-singer debuted her first single and music video for "Chasing The Sun" on Monday. Check it out below!

5 This video of a Serbian woman photographing herself everyday for a year is heartbreaking. What seemed like an ordinary montage video of a girl documenting her daily life slowly transformed into a cry for help, as images of her bruised face flashed on screen. At the end of the video she flashes a sign that translates to "Help me, I do not know if I can wait until tomorrow." The Public Service Announcement was shot to draw attention to domestic violence. (sfglobe.com)

(main) Jico Joson (Nancy Binay) Inquirer.net
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