1 This is no April Fool's joke, you guys. Nadine Lustre's camera and bag were stolen on April 1. The Kapamilya star, who just wrapped up her JaDine tour with James Reid in the US, tweeted a word of warning, along with a pic of a smashed car window. (PEP.ph)
Guys NEVER leave valuables in your car.— Nadine Lustre (@hellobangsie) March 31, 2017
It's so easy to break windows now with a ninja rock.
Lost my bag and a cam last night. pic.twitter.com/lFxZxQOEg8
Nadz tried to make light of the sitch by giving a callout to the thief to just give back her things:
To whoever stole our stuff..— Nadine Lustre (@hellobangsie) March 31, 2017
Just give it back tonight and yell #aprilfools.
We'll forgive you ????
2 Angelica Panganiban lost her adoptive father over the weekend and posted a tribute to him on Instagram. "Ikaw ang pinakamatibay na taong kilala ko. Napakapalad ko na ikaw ang naging Ama ko. Hindi ko ipagpapalit ang buhay na nagkaroon ako dahil sa inyo," the actress emotionally wrote. (ABS-CBN)
3 Goblin stars Gong Yoo and Kim Go Eun are rumored to have been dating since December! The two Korean superstars have natural chemistry on-screen but recent developments in Kim Go Eun's personal life—with her breaking up with boyfriend Shin Ha Kyun—make it seem more than just a fictional romance. Adding to this rumor is a video taken in December of Gong Yoo getting swarmed by fans as he exits a restaurant. And his mystery date? None other than Kim Go Eun. (Candymag.com)
4 For the first time ever, Bella Hadid spoke out about her religion and confirmed she is a Muslim. Amid the political storm surrounding US President Donald Trump's travel ban on Muslim countries, the model recalled her father Mohamed Hadid's refugee status when he came to America from Syria and Lebanon. Bella shared, "My dad was a refugee when he first came to America, so it's actually very close to home for my sister and brother and me... He was always religious, and he always prayed with us. I am proud to be a Muslim." (W Magazine)
5 After the controversial news about Disney's upcoming live-action remake of Mulan NOT having music, director Niki Caro went on the record again to clarify the issue: Mulan WILL have music! "The live-action is based on that inspirational Chinese ballad and on the animated Disney classic," she explained. "We're still exploring the role that music's going to play in it, but for sure there will be music." (Teen Vogue)