In The Case Of Vice Ganda, Beauty Comes From Inner Joy

MANILA, Philippines - The blessings just continue to pour on Vice Ganda's lap as he was recently ''Belofied,'' meaning, he is now a member of the Belo Medical Group (BMG). He was given a warm welcome/press conference presided over by Cristalle Henares at Annabel's Morato.

Cristalle said, ''We at BMG are very happy to have Vice Ganda with us. We all know Vice's ability to make people smile or laugh. Ang kagandahan ay galing sa kaligayahan at saludo kami kay Vice for his ability to put smiles in everyone's faces in all his performances.''

The ''Showtime'' and ''Gandang Gabi Vice'' host said, ''I've always had very oily skin. That has been my biggest problem and frustration. I often have to get retouched every commercial break to control the oil. So this is my priority, and it has always been my dream to have a smooth, even, flawless complexion. I believe that dream will come true here in Belo.''

On his thoughts about plastic surgery, he said, ''I have nothing against it. When I feel that the time comes that I'll need it, I won't think twice about doing it. Appearance is as important as a good performance.''

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Nikki, Iya New Bioessence Endorsers

Kapamilya stars Nikki Gil and Iya Villania signed up recently as celebrity endorsers of Bioessence in an event held at Little Asia along Tomas Morato Ave. in Quezon City.

Dr. Emma Guerrero, Bioessence founder and president, said, ''More than anything else, we're proud of the fact that these ladies are both advocates of a healthy lifestyle. Clean living is the very foundation of real and lasting beauty. Science can enhance to a certain degree, but there are no shortcuts to looking good.''

Both stars will soon appear in Bioessence's new advertising and billboard campaigns.

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'Ticket Protect' Insures Shows Tickets

Tickets to shows or concerts can now be insured through Chartis Philippines. So if you failed to make it to a show or concert for some reason, you can get your money back if you bought it from TicketWorld.

Chartis Philippines Insurance, Inc. partnered with TicketWorld and Jardine Lloyd Thompson (J:T) Insurance Brokers, Inc. for ''Ticket Protect.''

Anton Du Plessis, president of Chartis Philippines, said: '''Ticket Protect' is our newest insurance solution in response to our customers' ever changing needs.''

Unforeseen circumstances may cause a person to miss a show or concert. ''Under normal circumstances, the unused ticket is money down the drain,'' said JLT Pres. Graham Edwards. ''Now with Ticket Protect, for just a minimal additional fee, the ticket holder is assured of a 100 percent reimbursement - money back guaranteed.''

Check out www.ticketworld.com.ph for more details.

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Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, March 18, go former Pres. Fidel V. Ramos, Celeste Legaspi, Christine Michelle C. Freeman, Lara Chica, Diana Go, US-based Baby K. Jimenez and Eden Yap Dandan, Jose Antonio Miguel B. Recio, Patricia del Rosario-Bata, Mrs. Erlinda A. Sabido, Fidela Gabayno, Wilfredo M. Gerilla, and Gian Sotto of Star Magic... Happy wedding anniversary to Kiel and Nini Enrique... Chermaine Angelica Fulgencio, daughter of Norman and Cherrie Amor Fulgencio, turned 18 last March 16 with a dinner party at the Blue Leaf Pavilion, The Fort in Taguig City... Happy wedding anniversary to Kiel and Nini Enrique...

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