5 Things You Missed Today (March 31)

Make sure you stay awake for Theo James later—plus, more news inside about Kathryn Bernardo, Anne Curtis, Korean star Park Shin Hye, and Andrew Garfield!
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Mar 31, 2014
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Set your alarms and reminders, Theo James fans, because the Divergent hottie is going to take over Sugarscape's Twitter account to answer questions from his fans later (around 11:30 PM on our time). It's a little late, but he's worth staying up for, right? Heehee. This heartthrob is probably going to cause a stir in the microblogging site later.

Can't get enough of Kathryn Bernardo's 18th birthday? Solaire's official Facebook account just released a few BTS shots from the teen queen's debut pictorial. Kath looks oh-so gorgeous in the photos! Check out more of the images here.

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The coronation night of Binibining Pilipinas happened last night. And while the judges were busy tabulating the pageant results, Dyesebel star Anne Curtis kept everyone entertained. During the pageant break, Anne sang Heart's "Alone" and drew applause from the audience. This part of the show wasn't televised and was just released online earlier today by ABS-CBN News. Watch Anne hit the high notes in the video below.

Remember Park Shin Hye? You might know her more from Korean series, like You're Beautiful and Stairway To Heaven. The South Korean actress will be releasing her new single, "Arm Pillow." Yes, girls, she can sing too. "Arm Pillow" is a song about a shy girl expressing her love. You might want to give her song a spin once its released tomorrow, while you're patiently waiting for her next TV series to air in the country.

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On its 8th year, Earth Hour broke records of participation, as Spider-Man joined the celebration for the planet. The cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, led by Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Jamie Foxx, gave their messages encouraging everyone to join the annual switching off of lights around the world. They were in Singapore last Saturday to see lights switched off across the famous Marina Bay skyline, joining the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, the Bird’s Nest in Beijing, Taipei 101, The Wat Arun Buddhist Temple in Bangkok, the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, and more that have already taken part in the global celebration for the planet. Did you turn off your lights during the Earth Hour, too? Tell us about your experience in the comments!

5 Things You Missed Today (March 31)


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