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Brian Poe surprises young actress Jasmine Curtis-Smith during TV5’s My Fair Lady presscon


 Brian Poe Llamanzares, son of presidential (or vice president) hopeful Sen. Grace Poe, surprises My Fair Lady‘s lead star Jasmine Curtis-Smith during the press conference for the latest TV5 romcom Korean adaptation series premiering on September 14. Brian came out with a bouquet of flowers surprising Jasmine and all the guest media who were present that moment. Brian admits that he has a crush on Jasmine ever since he saw her billboard along Katipunan Ave. Watch Brian’s surprise entrance. Viewed 66851 times by 4271 viewers ADMINJuan Manila Express is a magazine-themed blog of different niche from daily grind to headline news, […]


Collect all 10 Minions with every McDonald’s Happy Meal


 McDonald’s just announced the return of the Minions! And all you have to do is collect all 10 of them. That’s right! For every McDonald’s Happy Meal set pre-order claim stubs worth PhP 949 you can reserve for your favorite Minions by purchasing the accompanying Happy Meals on or before June 20. Starting June 25 or within 60 days, you may claim all the 10 Minions by presenting the set coupons. Be the master of all 10 Minions Happy Meal toys and get them before everyone else. Here’s how: Step 1 – Visit any McDonald’s store from June 15-20. Step 2 – […]

Run for Your Wife opening night

Repertory Philippines premieres “Run for Your Wife”


   A comical theater show by Repertory Philippines premiered last night at Greenbelt 1 Onstage Theater in Makati — “Run for Your Wife” directed by Miguel Faustmann, starring theater veteran Jamie Wilson alongside Jeremy Domingo, Goldie Soon, and Mikkie Bradshaw. Oozing with laughter, the theater was filled with media people and guest theater actors and celebrities, who all have witnessed this sexy comedy written by Ray Cooney, originally launch at London‘s West End in 1983. This is not the first time for Repertory Philippines to stage this comical play since they have produced it already in 1986 and 2001. The play opens up with […]