NORA AUNOR WILL SEEK MEDICAL TREATMENT ABROAD


MANILA,
NOVEMBER 13,
2011
(ABS-CBN) Superstar Nora Aunor said on Friday that she will seek medical treatment abroad for her vocal chords.

During the opening night of the 2011 Cinemanila Film Festival in Taguig, she revealed that she will go to the United States in January next year to have her damaged vocal chords treated.

Aunor's vocal chords were allegedly damaged during a cosmetic surgery in Japan last year.

The Superstar will go to a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, where English film and stage actress Julie Andrews sought for a similar treatment.

Aunor is optimistic that the medical treatment will have a positive result. – Report from Mario Dumaual, ABS-CBN News

Nora Aunor suffers from overfatigue abs-cbnNEWS.com Posted at 08/22/2011 12:11 PM | Updated as of 08/22/2011 9:31 PM

Superstar Nora Aunor MANILA, Philippines - Superstar Nora Aunor said she suffered from overfatigue while doing her comeback movie "El Presidente," but was quick to assure her fans that she is now doing better.

In an interview with "The Buzz," Aunor said this may have been caused by her hectic schedule.

"Pagdating ko talagang tuloy-tuloy ang schedule, halos walang pahinga. Tapos 'yung change ng weather. Pero okay na ako ngayon. Dahil sa pagod na rin siguro," she said.

"Actually pinagpapahinga pa ako pero mas maganda na 'yung magtrabaho ako para matapos na lahat 'yon."

Aunor has been reportedly causing the delay in the shooting of "El Presidente." Some reports said that the filming was put on hold to allow the Superstar to rest, while others said Aunor is spending too much time with "special friend" John Rendez.

The delay was said to cost the production team P1.5 million.

"Anong masama kung nandito si John, taga-rito siya at Pilipino naman 'yon. Kasama ko talaga 'yon for 8 years, kasama ko si John, siya ang gumagabay sa akin kapag may nangyayari. Nandiyan siya palagi," Aunor said, referring to Rendez.

Meanwhile, the Superstar said she is enjoying her time with her family and children in the Philippines.

"Masaya kaming lahat. Masaya ang mga bata, parang walang nangyari. Ganoon pa din," she said.

Nora still adjusting to her showbiz comeback abs-cbnNEWS.com Posted at 09/05/2011 2:58 PM | Updated as of 09/05/2011 6:21 PM

MANILA, Philippines – After her long break from the show business, Superstar Nora Aunor said she is still getting used to being back in the limelight.

In an exclusive interview with Boy Abunda aired on “The Buzz” on Sunday, Aunor said sometimes she feels worried about forgetting lines while shooting her upcoming film.

“Nanibago ako sa totoo lang pero hindi ako nagpahalata. Sabi ko ‘Direk pasensya ka na pero yata yung mga anesthesia tinusok sa akin, baka mamaya yung dialogue magkamali-mali ako, hindi ko maalala. Nakakatakot,” she said.

Aunor also said she cannot stay in the country for long despite all the job offers because she is a green card holder.

“Gusto ko manatili dito... kaya lamang nakakuha nga ako ng green card at kailangan kong bumalik doon. Basta’t may project na maganda babalik ako,” she said.

Aunor also admitted she is still affected by write-ups on her drug use in the past.

“Yung kantiin nila ang personal na buhay ko pati ng nangyari noon gaya ng droga... Tapos na iyon Kuya Boy. Nagkaron ng kaso tungkol doon. Hindi ko naman kinakaila pero tapos na iyon,” said Aunor. – With ANC


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