5 Things You Missed Today (July 3)
Congratulations are in order for one of our favorite girls Emma Watson. The Harry Potter alum won the award for Campaign of the Year for the #HeForShe campaign at the 2015 Observer Ethical Awards, which gives recognition to organizations, campaigners, and people who are making their move to ensure that we all have an ethical future. (via JustJaredJr.com)
Basketball star Kiefer Ravena confirms that he and volleyball star Mika Reyes have broken up. During the press conference for his new show No Harm, No Foul, Kiefer was asked if they're still together and said that they aren't a couple anymore. "I'm just not in the position to talk about that. It'll be better if it comes from her," he said. He also clarified that there's no third party involved in their breakup. "There was none, there was no third party or anyone else involved in the breakup," Kiefer explained. "I just want to make myself clear and stop all the speculations na mayroon ngang nangyari." (via PEP.ph)
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It has been 100 days since Zayn Malik took another direction, Candyrectioners, and left One Direction. Fans are expressing how they feel about the whole thing via the Twitter hashtag #100DaysSinceZaynLeft. We warn you before clicking on the link to the hashtag that things will get a bit emotional while you're going through the tweets.
And ICYMI, Zayn is also on the cover of Asians UK magazine, and it's his first solo cover!
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Well at least the peeps behind Scream Queens warned us before we fully invest our emotions on the show's characters. In an interview, Ryan Murphy revealed that only four of the cast will survive the first season. Whuuut? "It's similar to American Horror Story in that it's anthological but different in that at the end of the first season there will only be four characters out of 25 left," he said. "And those four in season two will go on to a new horror genre—like a sorority is a horror genre to me, it's a place where there were horror movies in the '80s like Sorority Row—and they will go on. That's the format of the show." If you say so, Ryan, if you say so. Huhu. (via HollywoodReporter.com)
We know that just like us, you're all super excited to watch Paper Towns this month, too. And good news because 20th Century Fox Philippines has something exciting in store for you and your barkada—an invite to the special screening of the movie. Read the instructions below and submit your entries ASAP!
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