10 Ordinary Things Celebs Did That Ended Up in National News
Stop the press-someone got a life-changing haircut! We need to get this!
(SPOT.ph) Did you see that dress Anne Curtis wore? What about Marian Rivera’s wig moment? While the rest of the world were calling for to bring back the Nigerian girls, Carla Abellana and Geoff Eigenmann broke-up. While the rest of the world was mourning the loss of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Kris Aquino had more interesting things to talk about (like Maja Salvador). Priorities. You need them in life.
They say that you have to stop and smell the roses. Our nasal passages are congested with petals, so we’re way ahead of that proverb. One must appreciate the banal to fully enjoy life. We’re such experts at that.
Here are ordinary, everyday things that are totally worth the time of each and every citizen of this country.
1. Went to Splitsville: Curse on showbiz couples seen with Luis-Jennylyn, Phil-Angel split.
Elsewhere in the news that day: Anti-’pork’ groups: PNoy’s televised speech missed the point.
Why this is a matter of national importance: Celebrity couples give us hope. They are beacons of love in this hopeless place. Also, an update on their relationship status is always appreciated. It makes us feel like we have a chance on getting together with them even thought it’s never, ever, ever, ever going to happen. Ever.
For more information, read SPOT.ph 10 Messiest Showbiz Breakups.
2. Watched a movie: Kris Aquino and sons go out on movie date with Derek Ramsay.
Elsewhere in the news that day: Honasan, 10 others face malverse raps.
Why this is a matter of national importance: Reasons. Things. Stuff.
3. Eating out: PNoy takes burger break after busy week.
Elsewhere in the news that day: WB: Climate change cost Phl $18.6 B.
Why this is a matter of national importance: Presidents are human; they have to eat too. Now we know where to stalk them. Friends, this is a no-brainer.
4. Rode the MRT: Enchong takes MRT to attend ’Tuhog’ premiere.
Elsewhere in the news that day: Group defends Napoles’ daughter as nominee in party-list.
Why this is a matter of national importance: They’re, like, super normal. They totally do normal things. They’re just like us. They’re not, like, aliens.
5. Got a haircut: Judy Ann explains new short haircut.
Elsewhere in the news that day: How Philippine ship dodged China blockade.
Why this is a matter of national importance: A haircut means so many things. We must pool all of our efforts and decipher the meaning behind it. It is a code-a message from the heavens. Experts say shorter hair can be linked to hot weather. Data from research is inconclusive.
For more information, read 10 Shocking Celebrity Haircuts.
6. Fiddled with phone in church: Kris Aquino minds her phone at Mass.
Elsewhere in the news that day: NBI doing own probe on US state senator's alleged firearms smuggling.
Why this is a matter of national importance: This is evidence that we too can fiddle with our phones whenever we damn want.
7. Slapped someone in a bar: Drunk Anne Curtis slaps John Lloyd Cruz.
Elsewhere in the news that day: Scientists discover wonder rice gene-IRRI.
Why this is a matter of national importance: All drunk stories are meant to be shared. It is a rule of life.
8. Gets punched in the face: Jason Francisco punches John Prats.
Elsewhere in the news that day: ’Sabah raps terroristic’.
Why this is a matter of national importance: In case of a zombie apocalypse, you know which celebrities can fend for themselves-and who you need to watch out for.
9. Spelled something wrong: Vilma Santos criticized over spelling mistake.
Elsewhere in the news that day: DOST establishes storm surge warning system.
Why this is a matter of national importance:Because anyone who makes a typo deserves zero respect. This is the Internet. The G-Nazis run this place.
10. Sang poorly: WATCH: Anne Curtis singing ’Alone’: Ang pangit ng boses ko!
Elsewhere in the news that day: Pinoy talent shines in Miss Saigon preview screening.
Why this is a matter of national importance: Because life is sad. Chick making a fool of herself to stay popular is good for the soul.