June 20, 2018, 8:46 pm
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Joey reveals he was against Winwyn’s dream to be a beauty queen

John Prats admitted it is wife Isabel Oli who is the more domesticated between them.

 “Wife ko talaga… and ako naman malinis naman ako. I’m not makalat, so ‘yun ‘yung isang way of helping my wife, na less ‘yung stress and sometimes I do the laundry and I do the dishes, so salitan kami. Minsan ako nagluluto ng breakfast. Hindi ganun kasarap pero pwede na. Working on it,” he revealed, laughing.

It’s been a year and a half since his daughter Feather was born and he said it might even be time for her to have a younger brother or sister.

“Feather can talk at saka nakikipag-interact na siya. Super hyper niya, so happy kami na hyper siya. She has her own language, which we’re trying to understand. Sobrang saya niya.

Naghahanap na ako ng playmate niya,” he laughed, “Soon. We’re claiming it na in God’s time.”
Apart from being in popular Kapamilya shows like “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” and “Banana Sundae,” John divulged he has also started learning how to become a director.

“Hopefully, next year makapag-direct na ako ng show. That’s my new goal. Two months, I’ve been training now sa ABS-CBN with Direk Arnel (Natividad), so hopefully next year [makakapag direct na ako]. I want to direct a variety show or game show... Matagal ko na gusto pero ngayon lang nagkaroon ng parang push, like when Direk Lauren Dyogi asked me to do it, sabi ko ‘Sige let me try.’ So na-enjoy ko siya and I’m looking forward to this adventure talaga,” he shared.

John remarked he is already used to directing his wife whenever they make travel videos. “Well ‘yung mga commercial namin, kami ang nag-shu-shoot nun, ‘yung mga trip-trip namin ni Liv. I’m not sure whether I’ll be a strict director kasi ‘yung training ko pa naman is like I’m training sa ibang show ng nag-me-mentor sa akin na director, so hindi ko alam kung paano pag sarili ko ng show.”
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The remains of Isabel Granada, who shot to fame as a child and teen star in the 1980s, will be brought home tomorrow. 

The 41-year-old died at Hamad General Hospital in Doha, where she was rushed after she collapsed at a fan meet-and-greet in the same city on October 25. 

The condition that led to her collapse was described as a brain hemorrhage indicating aneurysm, which in turn affected her heart.

Quoting Granada’s cousin Joseph Rivera, entertainment website Pep.ph said Rivera and Granada’s husband Arnel Cowley will bring the actress’ remains home.

Rivera added they will be leaving Qatar Wednesday night and will arrive in Manila Thursday morning.

The wake will be at the Santuario de San Jose in Greenhills, San Juan.

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Joey Marquez said he did not want his daughter, newly crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 winner Winwyn Marquez, to become a beauty queen.

But since Winwyn really wanted to join pageants, he eventually agreed on the condition that she pursue a doctorate degree once she has achieved her goal. 

“’Yan ang kapalit ng ginagawa mo,” Marquez told DZMM, adding that he has always advised his children to prioritize their education because it is something that they can keep forever.


The actor also admitted they were skeptical about daughter Winwyn’s chances in the Reina Hispanoamericana pageant since she is not fluent in Spanish. “Actually, noong una kinakabahan kami, kasi among all the candidates, siya lang ata ang hindi ganun kabihasang mag-Kastila. Kaya nga sabi ko, papaano na kaya ngayon?” Marquez said.

Nonetheless, the proud dad is very happy with his daughter’s latest achievement. He also praised Winwyn for all the sacrifices she made just to get the crown.

“Alam mo ‘yung disiplinang ginawa ni Wynwyn, kahanga-hanga ho. Parang hindi ko makayanan. Actually, minsan naaawa nga ako sa kanya kasi nagdiyeta, nag-exercise, nagpa-practice. Minsan sinasabi ko nga sa kanya, is it worth it na magkasakit ka sa ginagawa mo?” he related.

“Ayaw daw niyang mapahiya, at sabihing mali ang pagkakapili sa kanya para ilaban sa ganung kalaking contest,” he added.

Marquez also said he will make sure that Winwyn keeps her promise to study, now that she has won the crown.

Winwyn is expected to return to the Philippines next week, but she is expected to fly back to Bolivia to fulfill her duties as Reina Hispanoamericana 2017.

The very first Filipina to compete and win in the beauty pageant, Winwyn bested 26 other beauties in the competition, which celebrates   Hispanic heritage and culture. She succeeded Maria Camila Soleibe from Colombia.
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