1 James Reid and Nadine Lustre were caught on vid in what seems to be an argument during the movie premiere of Wang Fam starring their good friends Yassi Pressman and Andre Paras. The two were reportedly two hours late for the premiere due to to the traffic caused by the APEC Summit. Their conversation was inaudible, but what do you think these two were talking about? Jump to 1:16 and judge for yourself. (ABS-CBN)
2 Mexico specifically requested Kris Aquino to welcome President Enrique Pena Nieto on his first day in the Philippines for the APEC Summit! TARAAAAAY! Here you can see Kris chatting it up with the president during the wreath ceremony at the Rizal Monument.
The host took to Instagram to post the official briefing of the state visit with the caption: "Sorry I needed to blur the other parts, but this was the part of the briefing sent to me 2 months ago. Pleasantly surprised & extremely flattered to have been requested.” (GMA)
3 Gerald Anderson expects to have a cold Christmas—but he’s totally fine with it! The actor went through a public split with Maja Salvador early this year and described his Christmas to be “cold, cold, cold.” The Kapamilya actor, however, says that he isn’t on the lookout for someone new and instead is focusing on his career and charity work: “Lahat ng effort, binubuhos ko sa career and sa foundations. Medyo malamig talaga ang pasko.” (ABS-CBN)
4 David Beckham was just hailed as People’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2015! Like, DUH! The 40-year-old football stud is a devoted family man to his equally sexy wife Victoria and his four kids. On his new "title," David says: “It's a huge honor. And I'm very pleased to accept. I never feel that I'm an attractive, sexy person. I mean I like to wear nice clothes and nice suits and look and feel good, but I don't ever think of myself that way.” (Perez Hilton)
5 Zayn Malik is on the cover of Fader magazine and dishes out the juicy deets on why he really did leave his ultra-famous boy group One Direction. “There was never any room for me to experiment creatively in the band. If I would sing a hook or a verse slightly R&B, or slightly myself, it would always be recorded 50 times until there was a straight version that was pop, generic as f*ck, so they could use that version,” adding, “I wasn't 100 percent behind the music. It wasn't me. It was music that was already given to us, and we were told this is what is going to sell to these people. As much as we were the biggest, most famous boy band in the world, it felt weird. We were told to be happy about something that we weren't happy about.” (Perez Hilton)