Justin Bieber, Hailey Baldwin are reportedly planning a small wedding
A source revealed that newly engaged couple Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are opting for a small wedding instead of a huge event. The source told People, "As of now, they want a small ceremony with their families. They are not planning a huge, celebrity wedding. They are getting married for love and don't want a flashy wedding."
Right now, the two are busy getting to know each other's families, with Justin recently visiting Hailey's side.
Sandra Oh has been nominated for an Emmy for her role in Killing Eve
Yas, girl! Sandra Oh just made history after being nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Killing Eve. She is the ~*first*~ Asian actress to be nominated in the category. Sandra's been nominated in the past for her portrayal of Cristina Yang in Grey's Anatomy. [Cosmopolitan]
Kim Chiu posts a sweet birthday message for Xian Lim on Instagram
Too sweet! Kim Chiu posted a kilig-worthy birthday greeting for rumored boyfriend Xian Lim. To her "sponge when [she's] feeling down," Kim wrote, "HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the person who always brings out the best in me, always makes me believe that I can do things that I'm afraid of doing, always makes me laugh so hard, for riding with all my craziness..."
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla fly off to Amsterdam
ICYMI, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla jetted off to Amsterdam to shoot scenes for their new movie, The Hows Of Us. People have been raving about the love team's "intense kissing scene" ever since it was revealed—including KathNiel: "May gulat factor, at saka kasi hindi kasi siya yung moment na, 'Ito na, halikan na.' Totoong-totoo lang. Natural yung mga binigay namin."
Nectar Nightclub snaps back at netizen who asked about the place's "safety"
On July 10, someone messaged Nectar to inquire about hosting a bachelorette party at the nightclub. Nectar posted the exchange on their Facebook page:
Understandably angry, Nectar wrote, "We were horrified that someone had the nerve to offend us while asking about a celebration with their 'straight' friends within our LGBTQ+ establishment. Their ignorance about HIV was appalling and the audacious and casual tempo of their shrieking insult to celebrate a party of marriage in one of our clubs when we ourselves don't have the right to marry the person we love (here in The Philippines) was down right straight-privilege nonsense."