Liza Soberano And Enrique Gil Channel Bella And Edward In New Photo!

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on January 20, 2016!

1 Nope, that’s not your favorite blood-sucking couple from Twilight—that’s Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil! The actress posted this snap on Instagram of her and Enrique smoldering for the camera, and we’re dying to know if this could be a new project for the two. Star-crossed vampire lovers in 21st century Manila has a nice ring to it, right?

2 Is Valeen Montenegro the reason behind Ciara Sotto’s split from husband of five years Jojo Oconer? Rumors about Valeen being a third party in the couple’s relationship have been swirling around since news about the separation broke out. Though Valeen’s camp denies the allegations, Ciara’s recent posts on Twitter are enough to fuel the speculations. She even reposted a video of an unknown lady beating up her husband’s mistress AND throwing her off a bridge! Hmmm. (PEP)

3 Selena Gomez has a new man in her life! The singer was photographed holding hands with Samuel Krost, an NYU graduate and sales executive, in Los Angeles. The pair was spotted leaving a hotel before joining friends for a night out. "They came with a group of people, but they were only paying attention to each other," said an eyewitness. "She was smiling all night." (People)

4 Nothing like the Queen to brighten up a dreary morning! University of Southern California students were in for a treat after Beyoncé was spotted walking around their campus. The singer was in the area to rehearse for her upcoming Super Bowl performance. Twitter user @lexibarge_ posted a video of Queen B walking around, because you’ve got to immortalize these kinds of things. (Cosmopolitan)

5 Netizens did not take kindly to Zac Efron’s tweet about Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Though it has since been deleted, the original post read, “I’m grateful for a couple things today: Martin Luther King Jr & 10 million followers on IG.” Zac has since apologized for the remark, which people deemed disrespectful and insensitive. (Us Weekly)

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