1 Move over, Kardashians. The Gutierrez family is taking over Asia in their new E! reality show, It Takes GUTZ To Be A Gutierrez. The six-episode series follows the daily life, controversies, and issues of Eddie, Annabelle, Ruffa, Richard, and Raymond as they deal with the ups and downs of showbiz life. From pregnancy rumors and failed marriages to issues of insecurity and jealousy, the Gutierrez clan shows us what it really means to have "gutz." The series premieres on Sunday, June 1 at 9p.m. on E! (Sky Cable and Destiny Channel 57, Cignal Channel 25, and Cablelink Channel 33). Watch the teaser ad below, and let us know what you think!
2 What is the real score between Carla Abellana and Tom Rodriguez? When asked if the Tom-Carla tandem could possibly continue off-screen, Tom says he doesn’t want to force it. He shares, "We’re friends, but part of being friends is getting to know each other. Ayokong pangunahan ang sarili ko sa ganun. Right now, I’m just enjoying what’s there. Kung friends kami, friends kami. We’re both busy in our careers. Ayoko muna. At least, hindi ko pipilitin. Hindi ko maku-control…ang Diyos ang bahala. Sa akin, ayaw ko lang pilitin ang kahit na ano." (PEP.ph)
3 If you haven’t seen X-Men: Days Of Future Past yet, we suggest that you do. The newest X-Men installment, which got a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, has topped the box office opening weekend and has surpassed James Cameron's Avatar, making it the biggest global debut for 20th Century Fox. (abs-cbnnews.com)
4 When you’re as famous as Emma Watson, extra security is always a must. Despite the actress’ "normal college experience" during her time in Brown University, she was accompanied by an undercover bodyguard who posed as a fellow graduating student during her graduation ceremony. Better safe than sorry, right? (Buzzfeed)
5 Always misplacing your things? A small tracking device called Tile is now available for $25. The device can be attached to your smartphone, bags, laptops, clothes, and more. The cool part? Other Tile users can help you find your lost items via Tile App. It is basically "the world’s largest lost and found." (businessinsider.com)