1 It looks like our fave Argentinian funnyman, Nico Bolzico, has gotten TOO FAR in pranking his wifezilla, Solenn Heussaff. In his newest Instagram video, Nico detailed how he set up tricking Sos because he was bored waiting for her to come home. "Call wife, ask at what time she will be home, tell her you will arrive 30 minutes later than her, and mention you left an envelope with a document for her to read," he wrote on the caption. Hiding behind throw pillows on their sofa, Nico surprised Sos as she sat down to read the note. And Solenn's reaction, as you can imagine, was priceless intense. <3
2 Vilma Santos revealed what exactly sets Jessy Mendiola apart from all the other artista ex-girlfriends her son Luis Manzano has dated in the past. In an interview with PEP.ph, the veteran actress said, "Kasi puro artista lang 'yung nagiging girlfriend ng anak ko, eh. But one thing I noticed with Jessy, hindi ko po nakikitaan na kinukumpetisyon si Lucky. 'Hindi ako star, I'm the girlfriend.' Siyempre, kahit naman ako, imbitahin mo, meron pa rin akong arteng Vilma, 'di ba, 'yung artista. Pero 'pag may dinner kami, wala, eh, hindi nakikipag-compete, it's just that: 'I'm the girlfriend.'" (PEP.ph)
3 Our girl Ariana Grande posted a video of her almost making a huge mishap onstage! During a performance of "Side to Side," Ari, clad in thigh high boots, had to go up on a stool to continue the number. And, of course, Ari handled it like a queen! "Can't believe we made it to the second to last show without me slipping on that slippery ass stool. Honestly, I'll take it," she wrote on Instagram.
4 H&M is finally opening in Greenbelt 5, Makati! Doors open at 11 a.m. today, September 21. See ya there, CGs!
Good morning, fashion lovers! Just two hours 'til we open H&M Greenbelt. Here's a little sneak peak of what's in store. See you! pic.twitter.com/c0kOVudsVo— H&M Philippines (@hmphilippines) September 21, 2017
5 The third and FINAL reading of the LGBT rights bill (House Bill No. 4982 or Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression Equality bill) was approved by the House of Representatives on Wednesday night. According to ABS-CBN, the bill "prohibits and penalizes discriminatory acts by a fine not less than P100,000 and not more than P500,000, or imprisonment of not less than one year but not more than six years, or both." And it also "orders establishments to make available their existing toilets with facilities designated for persons with disabilities as gender-neutral toilets." (ABS-CBN)