Posted @withregram • @niceprintphoto Here are the first official wedding photos of Mr and Mrs @thejasonabalos and @vimrushton ♥️♥️ Jason Abalos & Vickie Marie Rushton
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Hailing from Bacolod, the beautiful Vickie Marie Rushton has led a colorful life in both pageantry and showbusiness.
She was Mutya ng Pilipinas 2011 and was supposed to compete in that year’s Miss Intercontinental. Unfortunately, the continuous delay of the holding of the pageant prompted her to give way to another lady (Kathleen Po) to represent us instead.
And then in 2014, she auditioned for and got in the Pinoy Big Brother program of ABS-CBN as a housemate. From that point, she started a showbiz career that saw her last in the hit primetime teleserye “Ang Probinsyano”. She is the girlfriend of actor Jason Abalos who is now with GMA-7.
This year, Vickie is returning to the pageant scene via Bb. Pilipinas 2018. She filed her application yesterday at BPCI and is well on her way to attending the screenings soon. The video below is a clip from “Ang Probinsyano” where she played the character of Amanda.
The January 2014 issue of Metro Magazine is going to be its most daring one yet. The much-awaited Body Issue hits the newstands and magazine shops with Miss Universe 2013 3rd Runner-Up Ariella Arida on the cover. The inside pages are just as sizzling with images of male and female celebrities (such as Brent Javier, Carlos Agassi, Cristine Reyes, Dennis Trillo, Enrique Gil, Jake Letts, Janna Tee, Jason Abalos, JC de Vera, Jessica Yang, Joaco Cañas, John James Uy, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Randy See, Raphael Robes, Rayver and Rodjun Cruz, Rufa Mae Quinto, Sam Concepcion, Sky Yang, Sunshine Cruz, Tom Rodriguez, Valerie Weigmann, Victor Basa, Vince Ferraren, the Viva Hot Babes, and Wendy Tabusalla) in various stages of tasteful undress.
Grab a copy now because it sure will sell fast! 😉
courtesy of quarkhenares
The closing film of Cinemalaya 2011 is Quark Henares’ “Rakenrol“.
Before Quark goes on a long sabbatical from filmmaking to pursue higher studies in the US, he offers this movie that deals on the Filipinos’ love for music, love for life, and love for love.
At first glance, it looks like something tailor made for the rock-and-roll persona in all of us. But I think it actually goes beyond that and delves deeper on the angst-ridden airwaves running through the minds of the youth (35 years old and below) while experiencing the joy & pain of pure love.
“Rakenrol” stars Jason Abalos, Glaiza de Castro, Diether Ocampo, Alwyn Uytingco, Ketchup Eusebio and Matet de Leon. Director Quark Henares collaborated on the screenplay with Diego Castillo. It will be screened at the CCP Main Theatre on July 23, 9pm. If you want to watch, good luck with getting a ticket because it might be close to sold out by now.
But I’m sure it will have post-festival limited runs either at Greenbelt or the other multiplexes in the metro.