Watch John Prats and Isabel Oli's fun wedding video + more things you might have missed today

Bong Revilla is open to running in 2016, Mar Roxas thinks he's the strongest candidate, and more.


( Busy day, Spotters? We quickly recap 10 things you might have missed while you were off the radar.



1. Watch John Prats and Isabel Oli's fun wedding video

After John Prats and Isabel Oli tied the knot in Batangas on May 16, the couple finally shared details on their special day with a wedding video. The video opened with the priest sharing how Isabel saw John for the first time in a mall show back in 1999. Watch for her wedding vows, which threw in nostalgic '90s references.



2. Nora Aunor expresses support for Grace Poe

Superstar Nora Aunor has thrown her full support behind Senator Grace Poe, should the latter decide to run for president in 2016. "Nakikitaan siya ng mangandang halimbawa ng isang magaling na dapat tularan ng mga nasa gobyerno," she explained, and added that she would "campaign for her 101%." Meanwhile, Senator Tito Sotto expressed his support for Ping Lacson, calling him a "Dark Horse."


3. David Letterman bids farewell on Late Show

Comedian and talk show host David Letterman signed off for the last time on CBS' Late Show Wednesday. The 68-year-old concluded his 33-year career with a star-studded show, and will pass the baton to comedian Stephen Colbert.



4. This is how the perfect penis looks

...according to women. In a video posted by Elite Daily, they rounded up a group of women to draw their ideal penis. We won't spoil the whole thing, but one woman actually said, "I need a bigger piece of paper."



5. Google apologizes for racist search term that points to White House

Google Maps issued an apology Wednesday after a racist slur and the word "house" was found to point to the White House. It was unclear whether it resulted from a flawed search algorithm, or was caused by the crowd-sourced editing capabilities originally intended to improve maps. The "Map Maker" tool became "temporarily unavailable" starting Tuesday.


6. Bong Revilla open to running for higher office in 2016

Senator Bong Revilla, who is currently detained in connection with the alleged pork barrel scam, told reporters Thursday that he "keeps his options open" with regards to running for higher office in 2016. "...Kahit nakakulong ako dahil alam kong malinis ang aking konsensya at lalabas at lalabas ang katotohanan," he explained.


"Ang tanong ko lang, meron bang nagbabawal na tumakbo ang isang nakakulong? Wala namang batas na nagbabawal, 'di ba? Hindi pa naman tayo convicted," he added.



7. DepEd dismisses alleged Harry Potter, Gilgamesh textbook errors

The Department of Education denied the alleged errors in textbooks that are distributed to public schools in the country. Their statement comes after a viral Facebook post pointed out errors allegedly referencing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone originated from the U.S. and that Gilgamesh was Egyptian (and not Mesopotamian).


8. May Roxas says he "may be the strongest candidate"

Interior Secretary Mar Roxas continues to remain coy about his 2016 plans, emphasizing that the following administration continue the reforms of President Aquinio. "Darating at darating tayo diyan. Natutuwa nga ako na napakarami ng interesado sa ano ang ikikilos ni Mar Roxas at siguro ibig sabihin niyan na ako talaga ang pinakamatibay na kandidato dahil lahat na lang sila may komentaryo tungkol sa akin o tungkol sa gawain ko," he said.


9. 10 Songs for the Sizzling Summer Weather

The ridiculous summer heat is enough to make anyone start cursing the weather. Let out your frustration with this playlist, and let these artists speak for you.



10. 20 Manila Life Hacks

Even the most seasoned Manila resident needs a bit of help every now and then. The next time you're caught in a jam or you just need to make your life a little easier, take note of these 20 Manila life hacks.

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