It wasn’t even end of November yet and our favorite people from Greenwich hosted a Christmas party at Makati Shang-ri La. I went to the event because of these pretty celebrities (accent on Anne Curtis because I watched her latest movies … in real life, she was so warm & friendly!)
After going kilig over him in The Mistress, I was secretly hoping John Lloyd Cruz would also be there but I guess he was busy attending to Angelica In this poster, the Greenwich Barkada look so happy.
Ever dread Christmas parties & Noche Buena because it makes you go gaga over the food you’re going to serve? Greenwich is offering a 15-inch Party Pizza with 16 square cut slices that is perfect for those get togethers.
Anne Curtis looks hot as usual in the new Smart campaign where she plays an acrobatic heroine named Agent Anne. And the best thing? she claims to have done most of the stunts herself.
“I think it’s cool because I’ve endorsed Smart before, but this time it’s a different face. Sumu-superhero na ako!,” the popular actress and singer says.
Anne recalled that her first Smart cellphone was under the Price Buster plan and fellow actor Patrick Garcia was the endorser of the service at the time. “Wala pa ngang text noon, haha!” she notes.
With the new product she’s endorsing under Smart’s UNLI Postpaid Plans, users can now pay only a low monthly fee of P299 or P599 and get an UNLI text or UNLI call and text, respectively.
My friend Maricel was the one who tipped me on this nifty new site called ShopandShare where celebrities like Kris Aquino are putting up their precious designer items on auction to help victims of typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng.
I’ve been eyeing Kris’ LV Stephen Prouse bag myself, but the current bid now is at $3,600 (from a starting bid of only $799).The highest bid now is for Angel Locsin’s Prada Nappa Tote ($4,150, as of this writing.)
Either the ones bidding are avid Ebay shopaholics or simply Good Samaritans. But it’s nice to know that some people won’t hesitate to join an auction for a good cause. Even nicer still that the showbiz personalities we admire are selfless enough to use their face value and pulling power to donate to typhoon victims.