Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Hottest Asian Porn Stars

The Hottest Asian Porn Stars

Asian porn stars have long been extremely successful in the porn industry some shooting to extreme stardom here are the top Asian porn stars.

With Filipino heritage, Lucky Starr is from New York City,starred in  45 films, including Asian Booty 2,

Kaiya Lynn is of Japanese and American in the adult industry from 2003-2011, and has appeared in 195 films.including Back Door MILFs

Jessie Jordan was dynamic in the adult industry from 2009-2012 and has appeared in 41 titles, including Scary Big Dicks 4.

Kina Kai aka Kina Tye from the Philippines, and started out her career in the adult industry close to the age of 20 years old.Kai was active from 2003-2011 and has appeared in 92 films, including Cumming Together, Debbie Does Dallas Again,

Syren is of Filipino descent, and got her start in the adult industry in 1997 at the age of 27.

Syren has appeared in 75 films, including Magnum Love,


Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Pinoy makes it through blind auditions in ‘The Voice UK’

Pinoy makes it through blind auditions in ‘The Voice UK’

Daunting a British accent and characteristics other Filipinos will identify as their very own, Joseph Apostol has passed the blind auditions of the well-liked BBC talent show, “The Voice UK.” He astounded the coaches with his interpretation of The Shirelles’ “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” we wish him our best.
Joseph Apostol in 'The Voice UK' (Screen grab from YouTube)

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Janine leaves boyfriend for The Script singer

Miss Universe 2012 first runner-up Janine Tugonon and boyfriend of one year Jaypee Santos have called it quits.

Miss Universe Philippines, Janine Tugonon, competes in an evening gown of her choice as one of the top ten contestants during this year's LIVE NBC Telecast of the 2012 Miss Universe Competition at PH Live in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 19, 2012.
HO/Miss Universe Organization L.P., LLLP

According to Tugonon, she met O'Donoghue during the band's meet and greet at the Araneta Coliseum, where they recently staged a concert they have been texting ever since.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Head line briefs

Saudi hukuman ay nagbibigay ng bilangguan at lashes sa Egyptian abogado Reuters - 19 minuto ang nakalipas Jeddah (Reuters) - Isang Egyptian abogado na aresto sa mga singil sa pagpupuslit ng bawal na gamot sa Saudi Arabia sanhi ng nakaraang taon ng diplomatikong hilera sa pagitan ng Riyadh at Cairo ay sentenced sa limang taon sa bilangguan at 300 lashes sa Martes, isang saksi ...

When First Lady Michelle Obama joins her husband at his public inauguration next week, the most immediate question for many in the audience will be, “Who is she wearing?”
But while the first lady's style at the swearing in and balls will no doubt generate headlines, the occasion presents a larger question about what her role will be in her husband’s second term.
Michelle Obama's choice of attire are among the few genuine unknowns surrounding the President Barack Obama's second term inaugural. And while it may seem laughable to some, it’s an endorsement that could potentially mean millions of dollars in new business for a designer. Her decision to wear a flowing ivory gown by young designer Jason Wu to the inaugural balls four years ago made the young designer a major force in the fashion industry, which is watching Obama's 2013 choice closely.
“The inauguration is being anticipated almost like a royal wedding” within the fashion industry, said New York University business professor David Yermack, who authored a 2010 study that found a company benefits an average $14 million when the first lady is photographed in one of their designs.

“The inauguration is being anticipated almost like a royal wedding” within the fashion industry, said New York University business professor David Yermack, who authored a 2010 study that found a company benefits an average $14 million when the first lady is photographed in one of their designs.
It’s a result that bests even some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities—and Yermack estimates the figure may have increased in the years since amid the public’s continued interest in Michelle Obama, who has transformed from a trendy working mom into a fashion icon and the most popular figure in the White House.
That popularity has given the first lady enormous political capital to spend—some of which she used in championing her husband’s bid for re-election last year. But the biggest unknown is how willing she might be to use her capital to advance the president’s second term agenda, as he prepares to potentially tackle tricky issues like gun control, immigration and education reform.
Over the last four years, the first lady has carved out a careful position within her husband’s administration.
Pushing back against critics who fretted that she would be, in her words, an “angry black woman,” her embrace of non-ideological causes like fighting childhood obesity and helping military families has been well received by the public. A recent Gallup Poll found the first lady with a 65 percent approval rating—more than 10 points higher than her husband’s.
“She’s used her role very effectively in order to help her husband’s re-election and advance causes she thinks are important,” said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania. “But what she would do if unconstrained by the traditional role of being first lady is an open question… She’s a powerful surrogate. But how far would she be willing to go to help her husband on issues that are more divisive?”
So far, it’s a question the first lady hasn’t answered. In an interview with People magazine in December, she gave a somewhat vague response when asked how much she might try to help her husband lobby the public on issues over the next four years.
I’m not one for lip service so I become very practical about what I can do because I have limited powers,” Obama said, adding that she would continue to work on issues of military families and obesity because “we’re not done yet.”
That careful answer reflects how much she works to guard her image as first lady. Since arriving in office, Obama has sought to chart a course that allows her to leave a legacy but also doesn’t clash with the “Mom-in-chief” position she said she wanted to maintain upon arriving at the White House.
It hasn’t been easy. Obama is currently on her third chief-of-staff since 2009, and her office has seen an unusually high amount of turnover compared to other first ladies. It’s all been credited to what many say is the grueling hours and expectations of an Ivy League-educated former hospital executive turned first lady who pays close attention to how she is regarded publicly and takes a hands on role in managing her team.
It’s a measure of discipline that has prompted some to be careful about what they say about Michelle Obama and her agenda. Her office declined to comment for this story—as did a half dozen former staffers and friends close to Obama.
At a forum on first ladies last year, Susan Sher, a longtime Obama friend who served as her second chief of staff, summed up her former boss’s work mantra.
“Our job,” Sher said, paraphrasing Obama, “is not to solve Afghanistan, it’s to add value to the administration. And if we’re not doing that, then we should just stay home.”
At the same time, West Wing aides were said to have been irritated by public missteps by the first lady, including when she was photographed wearing a pair of $500 Lanvin sneakers for a volunteer event in the White House garden and for a summer vacation in Spain that cost taxpayers nearly $500,000, according to records obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the conservative group Judicial Watch.
But Michelle Obama's image never suffered with the public, according to polls. And like other first ladies before her, Obama helped her husband win a second term, in part, by humanizing him. Speaking at the Democratic National Convention last August, she insisted that her husband “knows the American dream because he’s lived it.”
It was a clear attempt to contrast her husband with his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, who grew up wealthy—though she never once mentioned Romney’s name. It was the most political speech Michelle Obama had ever given—and an example of what she could do to help her husband when it comes to advocating for his policies.
But even as some Democrats have encouraged her to expand beyond her two signature issues—obesity and military families—Obama has given no hint that she will do so. And according to historians, most first ladies tend to play it safe.
“Presidents and first ladies usually have a greater tendency to ‘be themselves’ in a second term,” says Ohio University professor Katherine Jellison, an expert on first ladies. But, she added, first ladies typically just expand on initiatives they've already talked about.
During her husband's first term, First Lady Nancy Reagan came up with the idea of the "Just Say No" anti-drug campaign. But she didn't fully embrace the push until after her husband was re-elected. Among other things, she famously starred in a music video called "Stop the Madness" featuring stars like Whitney Houston, New Edition and LaToya Jackson.
Laura Bush was notoriously press shy during her tenure in the White House, choosing to focus on safe issues like promoting literacy and early childhood education. But while her husband's popularity plummeted amid public angst over the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Bush, who boasted an average 70 percent approval rating, spent her political capital to work towards ending the AIDS crisis in Africa.
Obama had perhaps the most in common with Hillary Clinton, who, like Obama, was a lawyer before she was first lady. But Clinton became a controversial figure in her husband's first term when she led a failed effort to reform health care. She embraced a lower profile and more traditional role in the second term--though part of that may have been beyond her control as her husband weathered a scandal over his relationship with a former White House intern. Still, Clinton went on to make history, running for and winning New York's open Senate seat during her final year in the White House.
Pointing to history, Jellison predicted Obama is unlikely to make dramatic changes to her tenure as first lady--given that the Obamas, like past occupants of the White House, are now looking to their "historical reputation."
“Although Michelle Obama may be more open about certain issues in the second term than she was in the first, no one should expect a radical departure from her past rhetoric and behavior,” Jellison said.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Corona trail goes on as he has not declared his ill gotten wealth

MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino yesterday challenged Chief Justice Renato Corona to testify before the impeachment court and open his assets for public scrutiny.
It seems that even the wife of the Cheap Justice has used her husbands position to take undue advantage on the assets of the Basa-Guidote properties.Tsk, tsk, not a good example to her children.
The challenge was hurled on the eve of the resumption of Corona’s impeachment trial, and amid an investigation into his alleged bank deposits amounting to $10 million. 
“There is no option that says, ‘Will I explain this?’ The minute he doesn’t explain it, the presumption of ill-gotten (wealth) remains. And that is not an opinion. That is the law. And he is the chief magistrate. Maybe he should be the first one to comply,” Aquino said.
He said under the 1987 Constitution, it is mandatory for any government official, more so for those at the top levels, to declare all assets, liabilities and net worth every year, up to the last centavo.
Aquino said the words used are “shall disclose.”
“So, I will say it again, this is not an option. So the question I think is, ‘Will I disclose it publicly?” The minute I submit it, that becomes part of the public record and it’s available,” he said.
Aquino said even when he served as Tarlac congressman and senator, his annual statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) was always available for the public to see and that he had “nothing to hide” from the very start.
This makes it imperative for Corona – being head of the judiciary – to do the same, he said

Friday, March 23, 2012

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo out on bail

Detained former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, through her lawyer, posted on Friday a bail bond amounting to P70,000 at the Sandiganbayan Fourth Division.
A report on GMA News TV Live said Arroyo's defense lawyer paid the bail bond in cash, in accordance with the anti-graft court’s directive issued late on Thursday.
Aside from the non-bailable election-sabotage raps of which she now under hospital arrest, the former President is also  facing two charges of graft for alleged violation of RA 3019 and another case for her supposed violation of the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (RA 6713).
She is accused of using her office to push for the approval of the scrapped $329-million deal with China's ZTE firm for the the national broadband network (NBN) project.
The court set her bail bonds at P30,000 for each graft charge and P10,000 for the alleged violation of RA 6713.
Co-defendants in the graft case were Arroyo's husband former First Gentleman Jose Miguel, former Transportation Secretary Leandro Mendoza, and former Commission on Elections chairman Benjamin Abalos Sr.
In a resolution signed by Associate Justices Jose R. Hernnandez, Ma. Cristina J. Cornejo and division chairman Gregory S. Ong on Thursday, the Sandiganbayan granted Arroyo’s request to accomplish the bail process in her detention room at the Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC), as there was no objection from prosecutors.

The resolution also noted that Arroyo “was placed under hospital confinement on account of a medical condition” and that “there would be less government expense and less security concern” if the bail process is done at the VMMC rather than requiring her to appear at the Sandiganbayan for that purpose. — LBG, GMA News

Monday, January 2, 2012

Actor Tyron Perez found dead probably suicide

Valenzuela City Police informed Yahoo! Philippines OMG! that Tyron's inactive body was discovered in the passenger backseat of his black Toyota Altis parked at the South Service Road of the North Luzon Expressway in Barangay Ugong, Valenzuela City. SPO2 Richard Bautista of the Valenzuela City Police investigations unit said that preliminary SOCO findings reveal a fatal gunshot wound on Tyron's right temple, with a .22-calibre firearm beside the body. Police investigation, which includes determining if the gunshot wound was self-inflicted, is still ongoing.

Actor Tyron Perez, who increased to fame in the GMA-7 reality-based talent show "Star Struck" and has since shifted to ABS-CBN as a Star Magic talent was found dead Thursday night, December 29, in Valenzuela City. He was 26.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Joy Bernaldez shot

Two weeks ago,a  police report says Joy Bernaldez sought treatment at the Mandaue District Hospital after Joseph Cardona banged her head against the wall during one of their severe fights.

Saturday 52-year-old  fashion designer Joy Bernaldez, was shot dead by her Australian boy friend Joseph Cardona, December 17, in her Barangay Cabancalan, Mandaue City residence before killing himself using a .22-caliber pistol. It is reported the crazy Cardona also tried to kill her son but he was able to get away,The cause of the fight is not know except Cardona is a abusive ,After he could not catch her son he went to the garage and shot his self in the mouth.Joy who owns J. Berns Exclusives a high end designer store, as she was a very successful fashion designer.

This is Joys designs

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Marian Rivera will replace Rhian Ramos

Marian Rivera will replace Rhian Ramos as Dingdong Dantes’ leading lady in the upcoming Kapuso primetime soap opera “My Beloved.” Ramos has mo issues and wants time off.Mo is a asshole any ways i don't know why she even thinks about it.Mo is the DJ punk she fell in love with when she was 16 and he was 29 but as everyone knew he was not what he pretended to be ,.



Saturday, December 10, 2011

Happy Birthday Sam Pinto December 11

Happy Birthday Sam Pinto December 11
Happy Birthday Sam Pinto December 11
Sam Pinto (born Samuelle Lynne Acosta Pinto) will be turning 22 this Sunday, December 11, 2011. Hence, the event on December 17 is a post-birthday celebration.Sam started out as a print-ad and TV commercial model, At the age of 10 now she is the prettiest woman alive and a super star we are proud of her,thank you Sam and Good luck.