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Jessy Mendiola Doesn't Mind Not Being On 'FHM's Sexiest Women' List

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PHOTO: Instagram/senorita_jessy

Jessy Mendiola was FHM’s Top Sexiest Woman of 2016, but the latest partial results reveal that the actress wasn’t in the 10 shortlisted candidates. On May 29 and June 1, however, she was included in the roster.

One basher with the Instagram handle @zimplybhie asked her, “Ano feeling na 'di ka man lang pumasok sa top 5 ng FHM eh last year number 1 ka hala ka baka iwan ka ni Luis @senorita_jessy.” This comment was posted on Jessy’s Instagram photo with her British-Lebanese dad.

Clearly annoyed with the question, she then responded, “@zimplybhie alam mo sa totoo lang, hindi naman ako mamamatay kung hindi ako makapasok sa FHM. Bakit ka ba sobrang affected? Sali ka 'te para di ka masyadong stressed ha? Kalma ka.”  

Comments have been disabled in Jessy’s account after this incident. (

2 Katy Perry live-streamed her therapy session with a psychiatrist because the singer wanted to remove the stigma on mental health conditions. She shared how she grew up in a conservative family, and how she toggled between living as Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson (her real name) and Katy Perry.

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Her celeb alter-ego was where she made her fantasies come true, but it exhausted her. Perry then revealed that she had thoughts of ending her life. Her entourage members wanted her to end the session, but the singer refused and said that it even inspired her to write a song about it. "I feel ashamed that I would have those thoughts, feel that low and that depressed," she divulged.

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Perry’s fans expressed their sympathies. They even said that her raw and real confession made them feel not alone in their struggle with mental health. (Self)

3 In lighter news, Lea Salonga posted a selfie with Mark Hamill aka Luke Skywalker from Star Wars. He tweeted the sweetest response saying that she is his second favorite Lea. He met the Filipina Broadway actress during the 71st Tony Awards on June 11.

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During the "In Memoriam" segment of the said awards ceremony, Mark paid tribute to his first favorite "Lea," Carrie Fisher, who played his sister, Princess Leia, in Star Wars. The actress passed away in December 2016 due to cardiac arrest.

4 Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama called their six-year relationship quits last year. But unlike most exes being indifferent after a split, Wilmer only had kind words for his former flame. During The Paley Center for Media’s Tribute to Hispanic Achievements in Television, he was asked by Entertainment Tonight if he was still friends with Demi, and he answered, “Honestly, I only wish nothing but the most incredible things for her.” Awww!

5 Superhero fever isn’t over yet! If you’re a Marvel Cinematic Universe fan, you know that the end credits of every flick include teasers for sequels. Captain America: Civil War introduced a new hero, Black Panther, the King of Wakanda. The said film previewed what appeared to be Black Panther’s hidden lair, and hinted that he’s set to be the center of an upcoming movie—which turned out to be the case. Last weekend, Marvel released Black Panther’s teaser trailer, and it got 89 million views in the first 24 hours! Watch to find out why everybody’s excited:

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