HAS BIANCA KING confirmed her relationship with Ralph Wintle via an Instagram post?
There was no news on Bianca’s break up with ex-boyfriend Julio Villafuerte, younger brother of Migz Villafuerte, Camarines Sur Governor.
In 2016, Bianca told us that she and Julio reconciled after a two-year relationship.
The GMA artist admits that they separated for a couple of weeks due to mjisunderstanding.
However, as of press time, Bianca is being linked to Ralph Wintle, the younger brother of Ben Wintle, \iza Calzado’s husband.
This weekend, Bianca posted her picture with Ralph on her Instagram account, captioned “Fave [heart emoji]” Some netizens commented on her post, like Iza, Tim Yap, IC Mendoza, Mari Jasmine, at Rovilson Fernandez.
They expressed their support on her. Prior to this, Bianca also posted their photo on her birthday last March 19. captioned “Birthday buddy.”
But no one has confirmed the relationship yet. On the other hand, when Iza was asked, the actress did not make any comment.
But she hinted that it seems the couple are very happy with each other’s company.
THE 2019 FAMAS Awards Night became controversial when naqine Lustre and Victor Nero took home the Best Actress and Best Actor Award, respectively.
Never Not Love You star Nadine Lustre was able to beat veteran stars as Best Actress in FAMAS 2019.
The other nominees were: Judy Ann Santos (Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes), Gabby Padilla (Billie & Emma), Perla Bautista (Kung Paano Hinhintay Ang Dapithapon), Angelica Panganiban (Exes Baggage), Glaiza de Castro (Liway), Iyah Mina (Mamu, And a Mother Too), Sarah Geronimo (Miss Granny), Pokwang (Oda sa Wala), and Anne Curtis (Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story).
In her acceptance speech, Nadine that she initially did not want to do the movie Never Not Love You because she faced a very difficult challenge in her life.
She said she almost backed out from doing the movie because she did not think she could do the role properly because of the crisis that she did not identify.
Nadine then thanked her real-life boyfriend James Reid by saying, “Salamat kay James na lagi akong pinu-push to be at my very best at sinisigurado na naalaala ko na I am bigger and stronger than any storm that comes my way.”
Anne Curtis was honored as the first female recipient of the Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award.
The actress top-billed the action film BuyBust where she played a police officer trying to hunt down a drug lord. Anne said in her acceptance speech at the FAMAS: “As mentioned earlier, I’m the 1st actress to receive the FPJ Memorial Award. I’m celebrating my 22nd year in this industry. I would like to dedicate this to my mom who has been dreaming to become an actress too. I pray that there be many more films with kick-ass female leads.”
A special tribute was given to the Lifetime Achievement Awardees during the Gabi ng Parangal.
Three women were chosen as recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
They were actress-director Laurice Guillen, actress-producer Charo Santos-Concio, and the late director Marilou Diaz-Abaya.
For the celebration of the centenary of Philippine Cinema, the 67th FAMAS has decided to focus on the achievements of female film artists.
The three women were honored for pushing the envelope forward, breaking glass ceilings, and developing Philippine cinema to where it is today.
The television telecast will be on May 5, 2019, Sunday, on ABS-CBN after Gandang Gabi, Vice.
Here are the winners of FAMAS 2019: Best Picture: Gusto Kita With all My Hypothalamus
Grand Jury Prize (tie): Ang Panahon ng Halimaw and Fisting
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role: Nadine Lustre (Never Not Love You)
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (tie): Eddie Garcia (ML) and Victor Neri (A Short History of a Few Bad Things)
King of Comedy Dolphy Memorial Award: Maricel Soriano
FPJ Memorial Award: Anne Curtis
Lifetime Achievement Awardees: Marilou Diaz-Abaya, Laurice Guillen and Charo Santos-Concio German Moreno
Memorial Youth Achievement Award: Maymay Entrata and Bianca Umali
Dr. Jose R. Perez Memorial Award: Ali Sotto
OutstandingPerformance by an Actor for Supporting Role: Joem Bascon (Double Twisting Double Back)
Outstanding Performance by an Actress for Supporting Role: Adrienne Vergara (Dog Days)
Outstanding Achievement in Directing: Dwein Baltazar (Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus)
Oustanding Achievement in Cinematography: Oda Sa Wala – Neil Daza
Outsanding Achievement in Editing (tie): Kung Paano Siya Nawala – Lawrence Ang Pag-ukit sa Paniniwala – Hiyas Baldemor Bagabaldo
Best Adapted Screenplay: Tanabata’s Wife – Charlson Ong, Choy Pangilinan, Mao Portus, and Juan Carlos Tarobal
Best Original Screenplay: Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus – Dwein Baltazar
Outstanding Achievement in Musical Score: Never Tear Us Apart AKA Fisting – Erwin Romulo, Malek Lopez and Juan Miguel Sobrepena
Outstanding Achievement in Production Design: Oda sa Wala -Maolen Fadul
Best Documentary Film: All Grown Up – Wena Sanchez
Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects: Blackburst, Inc. (GOYO: Ang Batang Heneral)
Outstanding Achievement in Sound: Corine de San Jose (Ang Panahon ng Halimaw)
Best Original Song: “Buhay Teatro” (Paglisan) Music by Teresa Barrozo Lyrics by Christela Marquez, Aica Ganhinhin, Carl Papa and Erika Estacio
FAMAS President Award-Atty. Vince Tanada Arturo
Padua Memorial Award: Jobert Sucaldito
Special Grand Jury Prize Short Film: Balai
Best Short Film: Siyudad sa Bulawan (Jarell Serencio)