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James Reid And Julia Barretto Were Allegedly Seen Flirting Again!

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on November 26, 2015!

1 A James Reid fan named Inah Evans claims to have seen the actor with Julia Barretto at The Bowery in the Fort. Inah, who was told that the actor was in the restaurant, went there to see him and have a photo with him. "But we were turned down," he writes on Facebook. "I was turned down with these words: 'Not today. Maybe next time.'" Apart from calling James "mayabang" to explain why he didn't want a photo, he revealed that he was also "so occupied kissing and flirting [with] Julia Barretto that time." She adds, "Yes, maybe that's why. Kulang na lang mag-sex sila sa harapan namin [ng friends ko]." (PEP)

2 Nadine Lustre is also being dissed by her fans! It's 'cos she attended a pool party organized by JC Arcinue, whom she dated when she was still starting out in showbiz. And JaDine fans thought they were seeing each other again. JC clarifies though that he and Nadine aren't together; they're just good friends. He even says, "If she wants to date James [Reid], by all means she can. That's up to her. Bagay naman sila." (PEP)

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3 On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kylie Jenner finally opened up about what's going on with her and Tyga. Well, sort of. She says they're still together, but goes on to talk about how they were best friends before dating and now they're "hanging out." Check out the awkward interview below! (Us Weekly)

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4 Remember that Alma Moreno interview? (Of course you do.) Alma's son Vandolph speaks up about it too, and says that Karen Davila "humiliated [his] mom on national TV." He observes, "[Karen] kept pounding on her. She let my mom get rattled." Clearly, he's part of that small percent that believes that his mom was treated unfairly. (PEP)

5 Jennifer Lawrence has a new project! She'll be directing her first movie called Project Delirium, a film based on "Operation Delirium," a piece about '60s mental warfare published in The New Yorker. She shares, "I have wanted to direct as long as I've wanted to act. I just don't talk about it because I'd rather just do it. If I had tried to do it earlier, I wouldn't have been ready. Now I actually feel ready." (Entertainment Weekly)

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