LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! VICE GANDA & NANCY BINAY TAKE SELFIE

Have comedian Vice Ganda and senator Nancy Binay patched things up? On Wednesday, March 26, the Kapamilya star posted a selfie with Binay on his official Instagram account. The caption for the photo reads: "Love! Love! Love!" It can be remembered that Vice made a swipe against Nancy in 2013 during the senatorial elections (where Nancy was a candidate). Asked during a press conference May of last year if he has any political plans, Vice quipped: "Gusto ko president ako agad. Yung wala kang background, pero mataas agad, parang 'yung mga pulitiko lang ngayon. Walang background, pero senador agad." Prodded by the press if he was referring to anyone in particular, the "It's Showtime" co-host answered, "Sila Nancy Binay, sino pa ba?" But Nancy, who eventually won a senatorial seat during the elections last year, dismissed Vice's comment. "We are in a free a country and everybody is entitled to his or her opinion. I respect it. Siguro, hindi niya lang talaga na-appreciate yung pagiging assistant ko sa nanay ko at sa tatay ko," she told an online news website in an interview. (FULL STORY, but read more on related story....)

ALSO: Senator Estrada most likely to be Binay’s VP bet in 2016, says Nancy

Jinggoy Estrada is in a favored position to clinch the running mate berth in Vice President Jejomar Binay’s anticipated presidential ticket in 2016, according to Binay’s daughter, Sen. Nancy Binay. The senator made the remark on Tuesday after her father disclosed his plan to form a new party after bolting PDP-Laban, the party that he had belonged to from the time he became the mayor of Makati in 1986. “Senator Jinggoy has an edge because since 2010, even before 2010, we were already together. Even during the time of Mayor Erap [Joseph Estrada] when he was still president, and then when FPJ [Fernando Poe Jr.] ran,” Nancy Binay told reporters. “We have been together through thick and thin,” she added. Told that the Vice President had said that he wanted an economist for a running mate, Nancy Binay said: “I think Senator Jinggoy is a graduate of… based on what I know, the UP School of Economics.” Estrada, meanwhile, reiterated his offer to Binay to assume the presidency of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP), the political party organized by his father, the deposed president and convicted plunderer Joseph Estrada, who is now mayor of Manila.

ALSO: Vice Ganda, KC win big at Star Awards

Kapamilya stars Vice Ganda and KC Concepcion bagged major awards at the 30th Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Movies, Sunday night. Vice Ganda won the Movie Actor of The Year for his hit 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival film entry "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy" while Concepcion took home the Movie Best Actress of the Year for her performance in the film "Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill." Star Cinema’s "On the Job" (OTJ) won the Movie of the Year award at the held at the Solaire Resort and Casino in Pasay City on Sunday night. The action film's director, Erik Matti, was also honored as Director of the Year, while the film's cinematographer Ricardo Buhay III, and its editor, Jay Halili, were awarded Cinematographer and Editor of the Year respectively. Matti and "OTJ" co-writer Michiko Yamamoto also won the Screenwriter of the Year award, while Joey Marquez, who played an National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agent in the film, bagged the Movie Supporting Actor of the Year award. Matti's action film, which tells the story of two inmates who are temporarily released from jail to become contract killers for corrupt politicians, bested five others nominees -- "10,000 Hours," "Four Sisters and a Wedding," "It Takes A Man and A Woman," "Shoot to Kill: Boy Golden" and "Dance of the Steel Bars."


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'Love! Love! Love!' Vice Ganda and Nancy Binay take selfie


Vice Ganda (File photo)

MANILA, MARCH 31, 2014 (PHILSTAR) By Chuck Smith -  Have comedian Vice Ganda and senator Nancy Binay patched things up?

On Wednesday, March 26, the Kapamilya star posted a selfie with Binay on his official Instagram account.

The caption for the photo reads: "Love! Love! Love!"

It can be remembered that Vice made a swipe against Nancy in 2013 during the senatorial elections (where Nancy was a candidate). Asked during a press conference May of last year if he has any political plans, Vice quipped: "Gusto ko president ako agad. Yung wala kang background, pero mataas agad, parang 'yung mga pulitiko lang ngayon. Walang background, pero senador agad."

Prodded by the press if he was referring to anyone in particular, the "It's Showtime" co-host answered, "Sila Nancy Binay, sino pa ba?"

But Nancy, who eventually won a senatorial seat during the elections last year, dismissed Vice's comment. "We are in a free a country and everybody is entitled to his or her opinion. I respect it. Siguro, hindi niya lang talaga na-appreciate yung pagiging assistant ko sa nanay ko at sa tatay ko," she told an online news website in an interview.

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Nancy Binay reacts to Vice Ganda's 'Senador agad' statement By Rio Rose Ribaya | Yahoo! Southeast Asia Newsroom – Thu, May 9, 2013


Perhaps, Vice Ganda just doesn’t appreciate the job of personal assistants, so thinks Senate hopeful Nancy Binay.

In a phone interview, United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) candidate Nancy Binay is convinced that Vice Ganda does not have a high regard about her job, in particular, as a volunteer for her parents.

“We are in a free a country and everybody is entitled to his or her opinion. I respect it. Siguro, hindi niya lang talaga na-appreciate yung pagiging assistant ko sa nanay ko at sa tatay ko,” she told Yahoo! Southeast Asia.

Nancy did executive work without pay for her mother, Elenita, who served as Makati City mayor. Nancy did so too for her father when he won as vice president in 2010.

She believes her experiences working in the background of public administration taught her enough knowledge she needed to know in order to become a better public servant.

The University of the Philippines (UP) graduate, who vowed to push programs for the welfare of young children and mothers in the Senate, noted that Vice Ganda’s statement did not offend her.


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“Actually, hindi na surprise para sa akin yung sinabi nya kasi during 2010 elections, sinuportahan na niya ang kalaban ng kapatid ko (Makati Mayor Jun-jun Binay),” she added.

Insisting that her senatorial bid is part of a party decision, Binay urged critics to look into her willingness and commitment to serve rather than focusing on her last name.

The senatorial hopeful issued the statement after Vice Ganda mentioned her name when he was asked about his plans to enter politics.

In a press conference on Monday, Vice Ganda quipped he wants to run for president right away even without prior experience.

"'Yung wala kang background, pero mataas agad, parang 'yung mga pulitiko lang ngayon. Walang background, pero senador agad," he continued.

The 37-year old comedian was forced to name the candidate he was alluding to after he was pushed to expound his answer.

Vice Ganda eventually clarified his statement was just a mention of a fact, which should not be taken as a swipe against Binay.

Senator Estrada most likely to be Binay’s VP bet in 2016, says Nancy By Norman Bordadora Philippine Daily Inquirer 9:01 pm | Tuesday, March 4th, 2014


NANCY BINAY

MANILA, Philippines—Sen. Jinggoy Estrada is in a favored position to clinch the running mate berth in Vice President Jejomar Binay’s anticipated presidential ticket in 2016, according to Binay’s daughter, Sen. Nancy Binay.

The senator made the remark on Tuesday after her father disclosed his plan to form a new party after bolting PDP-Laban, the party that he had belonged to from the time he became the mayor of Makati in 1986.

“Senator Jinggoy has an edge because since 2010, even before 2010, we were already together. Even during the time of Mayor Erap [Joseph Estrada] when he was still president, and then when FPJ [Fernando Poe Jr.] ran,” Nancy Binay told reporters.

“We have been together through thick and thin,” she added.

Told that the Vice President had said that he wanted an economist for a running mate, Nancy Binay said: “I think Senator Jinggoy is a graduate of… based on what I know, the UP School of Economics.”

Estrada, meanwhile, reiterated his offer to Binay to assume the presidency of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP), the political party organized by his father, the deposed president and convicted plunderer Joseph Estrada, who is now mayor of Manila.

“I’m sure the PMP will merge with the political party that will be formed by [Vice President]. But if I could have my way, my offer still stands. He can take the presidency of the PMP anytime,” Estrada said.

Told of Vice President Binay’s preference for an economist for a running mate, Estrada laughed.

“I’m a graduate of economics. No, I’m just joking. I’m not saying that will be me,” he said.

Nancy Binay said her father has been considering forming a new party although there have been suggestions that the Vice President just use the Lakas ng Bansa, or the Laban part of the party.

She explained that PDP-Laban was a merger of the Partido Demokratiko ng Pilipinas of former Sen. Aquilino Pimentel Jr. and Laban, of which Binay was a member.

“So there are people from Laban who are saying why not just use Laban. But at the moment, what’s being studied is to form a new political party,” Nancy Binay said.

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Vice Ganda, KC win big at Star Awards ABS-CBNnews.com Posted at 03/10/2014 9:36 AM | Updated as of 03/10/2014 6:40 PM


Vice Ganda. File Photo.

MANILA - Kapamilya stars Vice Ganda and KC Concepcion bagged major awards at the 30th Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Movies, Sunday night.

Vice Ganda won the Movie Actor of The Year for his hit 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival film entry "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy" while Concepcion took home the Movie Best Actress of the Year for her performance in the film "Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill."

Star Cinema’s "On the Job" (OTJ) won the Movie of the Year award at the held at the Solaire Resort and Casino in Pasay City on Sunday night.

The action film's director, Erik Matti, was also honored as Director of the Year, while the film's cinematographer Ricardo Buhay III, and its editor, Jay Halili, were awarded Cinematographer and Editor of the Year respectively.

Matti and "OTJ" co-writer Michiko Yamamoto also won the Screenwriter of the Year award, while Joey Marquez, who played an National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agent in the film, bagged the Movie Supporting Actor of the Year award.

Matti's action film, which tells the story of two inmates who are temporarily released from jail to become contract killers for corrupt politicians, bested five others nominees -- "10,000 Hours," "Four Sisters and a Wedding," "It Takes A Man and A Woman," "Shoot to Kill: Boy Golden" and "Dance of the Steel Bars."

The Movie Supporting Actress award was given to actress Angel Aquino for "Ang Huling Cha-Cha Ni Anita”

Meanwhile, the film "Badil" bagged the Indie Movie of the Year, Indie Movie Director and Indie Movie Editor of the Year awards.

Chito Rono's indie masterpiece prevailed over "Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita," "Ekstra," "Bamboo Flowers," "Kabisera" and "Ano ang Kulay ng mga Nakalimutang Pangarap?"

The following is a list of winners in leading categories:

MOVIE OF THE YEAR: "On The Job"

INDIE MOVIE OF THE YEAR: "Badil"

MOVIE DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR: Erik Matti for "On The Job"

INDIE MOVIE DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR: Chito Rono for "Badil"

MOVIE ACTRESS OF THE YEAR: KC Concepcion for "Shoot To Kill: Boy Golden"

MOVIE SUPPORTING ACTRESS OF THE YEAR: Angel Aquino for "Ang Huling Cha-Cha Ni Anita”

MOVIE ACTOR OF THE YEAR: Vice Ganda for "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy"

MOVIE SUPPORTING ACTOR OF THE YEAR: Joey Marquez for "On The Job"

NEW MOVIE ACTOR OF THE YEAR: Vince Tanada for "Otso"

NEW MOVIE ACTRESS OF THE YEAR: Isabelle Daza for "It Takes A Man And A Woman"

MOVIE CHILD PERFORMER OF THE YEAR: Ryzza Mae Dizon for "My Little Bossings"

MOVIE SCREENWRITER OF THE YEAR: Erik Matti & Michiko Yamamoto for "On The Job"

INDIE MOVIE SCREENWRITER OF THE YEAR: Jose Javier Reyes for "Ano Ang Kulay Ng Mga Nakalimutang Pangarap?"

MOVIE CINEMATOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR: Ricardo Buhay III for "On The Job"

INDIE MOVIE CINEMATOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR: Jun Gonzales for "Bamboo Flowers"

MOVIE PRODUCTION DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: Joel Bilbao & Fritz Silorio for "Shoot To Kill: Boy Golden"

INDIE MOVIE PRODUCTION DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: Junjun Montelibano for "Sonata"

MOVIE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: Jay Halili for "On The Job"

INDIE MOVIE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: Carlo Francisco Manatad for "Badil"

Special Awards

NORA AUNOR ULIRANG ARTISTA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Rustica Carpio

ULIRANG ALAGAD NG PELIKULA SA LIKOD NG KAMERA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Peque Gallaga

ULIRANG ALAGAD NG PELIKULA SA LIKOD NG KAMERA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Ricky Lee

DEKADA ACTRESS AWARDEES: Eugene Domingo, Judy Ann Santos, and Ai Ai De Las Alas

DEKADA ACTOR AWARDEES: Baron Geisler, John Lloyd Cruz, Aga Muhlach, Piolo Pascual, Dennis Trillo, and Jericho Rosales

DEKADA DIRECTOR AWARDEES: Jerrold Tarog, Mark Meily, Jose Javier Reyes, Olivia Lamasan, Maryo Delos Reyes, and Joel Lamangan

FEMALE MOVIE STAR OF THE NIGHT: Toni Gonzaga

MALE MOVIE STAR OF THE NIGHT: Piolo Pascual

DARLING OF THE PRESS: Jerry Yap


Chief News Editor: Sol Jose Vanzi

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