1 We can't believe it either, but The Legal Wife's last episode is showing tonight! Angel Locsin couldn't help but feel emotional, saying that she dedicates all the tears she shed on the show to the fans. "Maraming salamat po mga Legalista's! Sa bawat patak ng mga luha ko, lagi kong iniisip na para ito sa lahat ng nagmamahal, nagmahal, nasasaktan, nasaktan, nananakit, nanakit, umaasa, umasa, nagpapaasa, nagpaasa, bumabangon, at bumangon. Kaya sa mga huling araw ng The Legal Wife, sana po walang bibitiw :) para po sa inyo yan :) Monica, Adrian, Nicole, at Max, mami-miss ko kayo," she posted on Instagram. Aww!
2 Is Toni Gonzaga getting married to longtime boyfriend Paul Soriano? Sorry to break it to you, but it seems like the couple hasn't really decided on that yet. "Every year 'yan ang tanong sa akin. Wala pa talaga, honest,” the actress admitted. Don't worry though, when the time comes that the two decide to tie the knot, Toni says that her fans would be the first to know. “Ang isang bagay na tinatago, ang ibig sabihin nun forbidden or kinahihiya," she said. (Philippine Star)
3 It's confirmed! Actress Lea Michele is back in the dating game, as she's been seeing Matthew Paetz, a former male escort. The two met on the set of her music video, "On My Way," and they instantly clicked! We're so happy for you, L! (Cosmopolitan)
4 Say it ain't so! Actor Harrison Ford got injured on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, after he hurt his ankle while filming in London. The actor is reprising his role as Han Solo in the Disney reboot of the Star Wars franchise, this time directed by J.J. Abrams. Filming has been stopped temporarily, but will resume the moment Harrison is okay. Other celebs expected to star in the film include Carrie Fisher, Andy Serkis, and Lupita Nyong'o! (ABS-CBN News)
5 If you’re a huge panda lover, you might want to book a plane ticket to Hong Kong now. 1,600 paper mache pandas, designed by French artist Paul Grangeon, will visit 10 HK landmarks—including Ma Wan, Hong Kong Cultural Center, the HK clock tower, Victoria Park, and Statue Square. You can take selfies with the fake pandas OR sign up for a panda paper mache workshop, which will cost you about HK$188. Oh, but if you want to take some home, you can adopt a panda for about $200. Proceeds of the sale will be donated to WWF Hong Kong. (Spot.ph)