Sandara Park's Palawan Travel Pics Are Amazing!

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on July 28, 2017!
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Sandara Park and CL of the defunct K-pop girl group 2NE1 just posted their Palawan vacay pics, and we're positively green with envy. They were spotted by fans on July 22 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport while they were en route to the said island.

Umm, it's like Sandara never ages. So fresh lang!

Stop making us jealous. Please!

So these pics make us want to get oversized jackets, too.

Wow, nice bg, Dara!

What a majestic view, CL!

Look at these water babies!

Looks like our girls enjoyed their quick escape. (

Park Shin Hye, the star of The Heirs, is now in Manila for her 2017 Flower of Angel Asia concert tour later at 7 p.m. at the Araneta Coliseum. She’s also here as part of her campaign with local fashion retail giant, Bench. (MYX)

3 Following the success of the indie rom-com flick, Kita Kita, comedian Empoy Marquez has become a social media sensation because of his lead role in the said movie. On July 27, he posted a photo of him beside Pinoy movie heartthrob, John Lloyd Cruz. If you were to choose between the two, who would win your heart?

He also shared that Kita Kita will be shown internationally soon!

4 Cara Delevingne released her first official music video. The song “I Feel Everything” is part of the official soundtrack of her movie with Dane DeHaan, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Just like the flick, her music vid has got a sci-fi feel, and in case you haven’t heard her sing yet, expect to be soothed by her deep, bluesy voice. (Teen Vogue)

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