Video by Cathy Miranda Singer and actress Zsa Zsa Padilla has admitted she found it difficult to sing on stage after her long-time partner comedy king Dolphy passed away. “I
People complain when the fickle fingers of fate deal them a lousy hand. But, if we look more closely at some of our past experiences, they’re less black and white,
King comic Dolphy is being lovingly remembered on his birth and death anniversaries this month, so he may no longer be with us—but, what do you know, he’s still very
As we commemorate the second death anniversary of Tito Dolphy on July 10, my memories of the Comedy King remind us that, amid all the chaos in this country, we
Actor-director Eric Quizon, son of the late Comedy King Dolphy, admitted there had been disagreements among him and his 17 siblings, but they somehow “always ended up getting along.”
Martin Escudero, star of TV5’s “Obsession,” dreams of playing a role like “Facifica Falayfay,” the gay character immortalized by the late Comedy King Dolphy. “I would like to tackle offbeat
In his Valentine concert series, “Samahang Walang Ka-Valentine,” at Music Museum on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, Ogie Alcasid will sing about enduring love as he pays tribute to the
Nothing is permanent in show biz. A Kapuso today can become a Kapamilya tomorrow then a Kapatid next month. It’s not always about the money or a question of loyalty.
The commemoration of comedy king Dolphy’s death anniversary last July 10 was solemn and simple. It was devoid of weeping and wailing. A feeling of peace pervaded. It almost felt
The night before the death anniversary of her longtime partner, Comedy King Dolphy, singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla couldn’t sleep. “Normally, I don’t lie down on his side of the bed,”
She was reluctant to reminisce about her time as an actress—and it was understandable. Those heady days in the limelight, once a pivotal part of Lotis Key’s life, now seem
As Pinoys prepare to commemorate the first death anniversary of King of Comedy Dolphy on July 10, I asked Epy Quizon about the family’s plans.
She’s been in the industry for over 30 years; Zsa Zsa Padilla feels she has nothing left to prove as a singer. She sees the scene constantly evolving, and what
Zsa Zsa Padilla, asked if she could fall in love again: “I’m still in mourning. For now [the idea] is really kadiri. Parang ewww! May gano’n na! Maybe it’s age,