1 Get you a friend who's willing to shoulder the cost of your wedding gown like Marian Rivera. In an interview with PEP, Ai-Ai delas Alas revealed that Marian is paying for her Frederick Peralta-designed gown. The funny thing is, it was supposed to be a secret! Marian said, "Naku, ewan ko nga sa kanya, pinagsabi pa niya! Sabi ko, i-secret na niya, eh. Kausap ko na 'yung designer niya, so excited ako para sa kanya."
Ai-Ai also asked Marian to take care of her bouquet because the latter owns Flora Vida Perennial Blooms, to which Marian responded, "Pine-pressure niya ako sa bouquet niya! Sabi ko, 'Kambal, ita-try ko, ha, kasi hindi pa ako marunong.' Nahihiya ako, eh, kaya gown na ang sagot sa kanya."
Ai-Ai is set to be married on December 12, 2017.
2 Another day, another vlog of Wil Dasovich kicking cancer's ass. In his latest update, Wil makes an appointment at the UCSF Center for Reproductive Health to freeze his sperm because chemo could make him infertile:
Watch till the end. ;)
3 This is for all the That '70s Show fans out there: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis prove that they've always secretly shipped Kelso and Jackie in the cutest way possible—on their baby!
4 Meet your new OTP: Suzy and Lee Jong Suk! The two are starring in a new K-drama called While You Were Sleeping, which is set to air at the end of September. [Koreaboo]
Suzy posted a few teasers on IG:
5 Not gonna lie, we're still reeling from the news that "the House of Representatives voted 119-32 in favor of giving the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) a derisory budget of P1,000 for fiscal year 2018." ICYDK, the CHR has been pretty vocal about how they don't support President Duterte's war on drugs. In an interview with CNN Philippines, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez shared his views about how the CHR operates: "Hindi nila ginagawa 'yung trabaho nila."
Esquiremag.ph wrote, "The P1,000-budget is a far cry from the Senate finance committee’s proposed CHR budget of P678 million, which passed yesterday, and an even further cry from the original P1.723 billion that the CHR itself initially sought for 2018. Meanwhile, the proposed 2018 budget for Oplan Double Barrel Reloaded—the Philippine National Police’s anti-drug initiative, not a B-movie—is pegged at over P900 million, or over 450 times this year’s war chest of P20 million."