1 Karen Davila's interview with Alma Moreno became viral on Sunday, November 15, because the Paranaque councilor and senatorial candidate failed to answer questions thrown right up her way. Many netizens think Alma Moreno was not treated unfairly, while others thought that the TV host was a bit harsh and even unprofessional. To those who question her, Karen says "When someone is running for higher office, they must have an understanding of issues. This is a standard we owe to the Filipino people. My job is to ask the hard questions. Please note: I didn't ask Ms. Alma Moreno about the West Phil Sea issue, but moved to RH Law because she said her advocacy is on 'women.'" (PEP)
2 Billy Crawford and KC Concepcion mourn for the Paris attack victims, especially since it happened close to home. Billy had lived in the city for six years, so when the attacks happened he couldn't help worrying about his friends. And sadly one of his friends was a victim. On the other hand KC, who'd lived there for three years, was actually just at Bataclan with some friends a few weeks before the attack. (PEP)
3 Christian Bautista will be flying to London frequently to release a single in the U.K. this December! The song is called "Who Is She to Me," which he recorded in L.A. Assuming he'll be in London more to promote his single, he might just cross paths with ex Rachelle Ann Go! (She's singing for the Broadway musical Les Miserables.) (PEP)
4 Kim Kardashian opens up about her second high-risk pregnancy on her blog. She writes, "With the issues I had last time, my risk of having preeclampsia and placenta accreta are increased and there's not a whole lot I can do to prevent it, so my anxiety is a little high leading up to my delivery." FYI, Kim's placenta should've come out after giving birth to North, but it didn't. So her doctor had to "stick his entire arm" into her uterus and detach the placenta, "scraping it from [her] uterus with his fingernails." Kim says she might need a hysterectomy, but her doctor doesn't think so. (Us Weekly)
5 World leaders have arrived in Manila for the APEC Summit! While panels and talks have already been going on to deal with trade and the future of cities, some netizens can't help trending #APEChottie for Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexico President Enrique Nieto.