Moviegoer: Erich Picks Enchong over Ejay

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Moviegoer: Erich Picks Enchong over Ejay


JUST A THOUGHT: It’s not what they take away from you that counts. It’s what you do with what you have left. – Hubert HumphreySEEN: Why haven’t the TV networks signed up to exclusive contracts the cousins Georgina Wilson and Isabelle Daza, two of the loveliest Filipinas on this part of the planet at the moment? The two young ladies are perfect for the small screen either as actors or TV hosts or both. During a recent outing with entertainment media, guests gushed at how such beauty could flourish in the Diaz family.HEARD: A relative of a sexy star linked to a controversial personality minces no words when asking for personal favors from their common sponsor. The relative recently got what he wanted, an expensive Rolex watch as per request. • • •AMID TALKS that “Tanging Yaman” star Erich Gonzalez has become a swellhead (not true, she pleads pretty), her studio announced the theatrical run of an indie film she made in 2009, “Paano Ko Sasabihin.”The movie brings to the big screen the Erich-Enchong Dee loveteam, which caused a splash in “Katorse” and now, in “Tanging Yaman.” Erich had another leading man, PBB winner Ejay Falcon, in “Katorse” (well, they’re still together in “Yaman”), but it seems the tide (both romantic and professional) has turned in favor of Enchong.On a few occasions, Erich herself made known her preference for Enchong, a prize-winning athlete who turned out to be a sensitive actor. Enchong played the role of CNN Hero of the Year Efren Peñaflorida in a recent episode of “Maalaala Mo Kaya.”Erich said the commercial release of “Paano Ko Sasabihin” is a good complement to her nightly serial in which she plays a presidential daughter. …

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