1 Andi Eigenmann is clearly not pleased with ex Albie Casino talking to the press about the issue of the true identity of her daughter’s father. The actress says, “I hope that this will be the last time I’m talking about this. My daughter is turning four and will be in big school next year. I have a very intelligent daughter who is so sensitive. I just don’t understand why there are these people who can manage to talk about an innocent three-year-old child in such a way that akala mo, may nagawa yung bata sa kanya. Nobody, especially in our family, went up to him and asked him about anything. I don’t know why he always keeps talking about an issue he’s not a part of.” (PEP.ph)
2 JM De Guzman posted an apology video on Instagram (which has since been deleted) for losing control on social media. The actor has been posting cryptic messages and disturbing videos (all of which have been deleted) for the past few days. JM said in the video, "I lost control [of] myself again and I would like to apologize from the bottom of my heart. That was uncalled for. But I am ok now. Peace.” The actor revealed on the same post that he’s been suffering from anxiety attacks, bipolar [disorder], and depression. (PEP.ph)
3 Adele recently opened up to The Guardian about one of her new songs “Send My Love (to Your New Lover)”, calling it “my f-ck-you song.” The singer says, “It sounds obvious, but I think you only learn to love again when you fall in love again. I’m in that place. My love is deep and true with my man, and that puts me in a position where I can finally reach out a hand to the ex. Let him know I’m over it.” (Just Jared)
4 Here’s an excruciatingly awkward vid of senatorial candidate Alma Moreno on Karen Davila’s ANC show Headstart. Things get a bit weird, to say the least, at the 9:44 mark when Karen starts grilling Alma on hard-hitting questions about her platform. Watch the video below:
5 November 16 marks the first official day of the APEC Week, so get ready for crazy traffic ‘til November 20! Major roads will be closed this week, so here's a detailed guide about getting in and out of the metro from TopGear.com.ph.