1 All good things must come to an end: In an announcement this past Monday, May 15, GMA Network confirmed in an Instagram post that Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza's first primetime series Destined To Be Yours will end in two weeks. Will you be tuning in to watch the last few episodes? (PEP.ph)
2 While many Filipinos and celebs disapprove of President Duterte's appointment of Mocha Uson as assistant secretary for social media under the office of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), she at least has one famous supporter: Miss Universe Philippines 2017 Rachel Peters. The newly-crowned Filipina-British beauty said at a press conference, "We should all give her a chance." We may all have different political opinions, but good for her for standing by her fellow woman! (PEP.ph)
3 She's baaaack…to dating, we mean! Yup, Taylor Swift, after resurfacing this past weekend for Mother's Day, is now apparently back on the dating scene with British actor Joe Alwyn. The reason we haven't seen any photos of them together is because of the extensive measures the songstress is taking to go completely unnoticed while getting to know the 26-year-old actor in the U.K.—the complete opposite of how her romance with Tom Hiddleston was handled last year. Nevertheless, we can't wait to see the two make it ~official~! (E! Online)
4 Moving on to Taylor's frenemy, Katy Perry, it's just been announced that the singer will be a judge on the newly-revived American Idol: "I am honored and thrilled to be the first judge bringing back the American Idol tradition of making dreams come true for incredible talents with authentic personalities and real stories." The pioneering competition series originally wanted to bring in season one winner Kelly Clarkson as a judge, but within days of announcing the deal, The Voice swooped in and signed her with fellow Idol alum Jennifer Hudson. Maybe the two shows can battle it out a la Pitch Perfect? (Entertainment Weekly)
5 The future of technology is here! Dell and Circular Board just unveiled Alice, the world's first-ever artificial intelligence platform for women entrepreneurs. According to founder and CEO of Circular Board Carolyn Rodz, "Alice is a female founder's best mentor, guide, and consultant." Basically, if you're a female entrepreneur, Alice will connect you with the resources needed to scale based on startup stage, location, industry, revenue, and individual needs. You can meet her at helloalice.com!