Zsa Zsa says she will just surprise everyone about her upcoming wedding to fiance Conrad Onglao
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The singer posted lyrics from a romantic Carpenters song along with a photo of her and possible new beau holding hands
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'Katy! The Musical' evokes her era not only through costumes, music and narrative, but also in its highly mannered delivery
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The country's King of Comedy Dolphy was laid to rest on Sunday, July 15, in a solemn ceremony and amid fine weather
As Comedy King Dolphy is laid to rest, family and friends bid farewell to the man who encompassed compassion and kindness, laughter and love.
An online petition calling on the government to declare the late comedian Rodolfo "Dolphy" Quizon as National Artist is now gaining ground
The Comedy King will be buried at 3 pm, July 15, at the Heritage Park in Taguig. Only family members, close friends and media representatives will be allowed to attend the rites
This is a tribute to Rodolfo Vera Quizon, the man whose name means comedy, but who is also a man whose gift is more than laughter
Lee said Dolphy wanted to work with him on a dramatic film and they couldn't help but laugh while developing the idea
Annabelle Rama created a scene at Dolphy's wake when she scolded an entertainment reporter
Former President Joseph Estrada paid his respects to Dolphy and presented him the "People's Artist Award" for his contributions to Filipinos
Family members are considering delaying the burial of Dolphy to allow more fans to pay their respects
President Benigno Aquino III visits Dolphy's wake on the same day he expressed his desire to name him National Artist
A movie might be waiting for him in heaven, a son tells Dolphy on his deathbed
The award-winning director, designer and advertising genius is one of the many who experienced the comedy king's kindness
Despite the clamor to declare Dolphy a National Artist, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) insists on the proper process
His sons and friends share their promises and messages to the king of comedy
The first day of comedy king Dolphy's wake begins at the Heritage Memorial Park and ends at the theater built in his name.
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Politicians are united in mourning his death. But when Dolphy was alive, he made bold political choices himself.
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