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RUFFA Gutierrez



After Kimmy Dora, Eugene is Hot Mama

By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 22:34:00 03/14/2010

Filed Under: Celebrities, Television, Entertainment (general)

What a welcome surprise to get a text message from Ruffa Gutierrez, which she sent through our common friend, Nadia Montenegro.

It read: ?Girl, I know you are friends with Dolly Anne. Mom and I talked last night and we just want Dolly to know that we really appreciate her fair judgment on the latest controversy about Kris and me.?

?Dolly, we?ve been at odds for three years now but I think it?s high time for all of us to unite in the spirit of peace. Life is short so let?s leave the past behind. Dapat nga we should be allies ?cause your Mom helped me in more ways than one. I was soooo close to her. I also saw IC at ?Talentadong Pinoy? finals and he was so nice. Again, from Mom and I, Thank you Dolly. God bless you! Peace! Peace! Peace!?

I was touched by Ruffa?s gesture so I sent my reply to her through Nadia. What a coincidence that a day before I received Ruffa?s message, I found a DVD copy of her movie with Robin Padilla, ?Lab Kita Bilib Ka Ba?? which my mom produced ages ago.

Perhaps it?s Ma?s way of telling me that Ruffa, Tita Annabelle and I should really patch things up. Even before Ruffa texted me, I?ve long forgotten the issue that caused our conflict. I?m not one who bears grudges. Carrying excess emotional baggage will only wear me down.

Thank you, Ruffa, for reaching out. The priceless memories you and your mom had with my mom far outweigh the magnitude of the controversy we got embroiled in. That?s more than enough reason why we should continue the friendship that my Mom and you started.


GMA 7?s SRO Cinemaserye, ?Hot Mama,? top-billed by seasoned comedienne Eugene Domingo and her leading man, Wendell Ramos airs Thursdays after ?Queen Seon Deok? on Telebabad.

In the four-part episode which premiered last Thursday, Eugene portrays Dr. Lola Cardenas, an alluring psychiatrist/sex therapist popularly known as Hot Mama. She hosts a late-night radio program where she gives sex and love advice.

Beneath her liberal-mindedness, she?s an old maid whose love and sex life are zero. Would Uge consider falling for a younger man as Lola does?

?That shouldn?t be difficult,? she says. ?As long as he would be interesting enough to excite me. They say a 10-year gap is perfect! The younger ones who are capable of loving an older woman must have something sensible going on inside their minds. I would be willing to listen to a younger man?s perspective on life, passion and love.?

What?s the best sex/love advice she?s ever heard? ?I guess I haven?t heard the best one yet,? she says, ?but I?ve seen people bloom because of love. I guess we should just Live the Love and be in the moment.?

Is Kimmy Dora?s sequel in the works? ?Instead of a Part 2, It will be a Part 3,? she explains. ?The producers don?t want to experience the Part 2 syndrome or maybe they just want it to be a totally different adventure of the twins. It could be a prequel too!? Whatever role or part of the story, Uge is always waging-wagi!


It was such a delight to be a guest in QTV?s ?Full Time Moms? hosted by Suzi Entrata-Abrera and Cristine Jacob-Sandejas. Other guests on that episode were Drew Arellano and Chynna Ortaleza.

The topic was all about ?Eyes.? I particularly enjoyed the segment where a non-verbal expert/psychologist analyzed if we were telling the truth or not based on our eye movements.

When Drew was asked if he?s a faithful boyfriend to Iya Villania, he professed his love for her and announced that they would get married soon.

I kept chiding Drew that he played a pivotal role in my son IC?s ?coming out.? It happened at the birthday party of my daughter, where IC asked me to invite Drew whom he said was his Ate?s crush. It turned out that he was the one who was smitten with Drew. When Drew left the party, I asked him point-blank if he likes Drew. IC burst into tears, ?No, Mommy. I love him!? That moment will forever stand out in my memory!


PLDT myDSL?s groundbreaking innovation Watchpad partnered with Channel V to give netizens a new hangout place. Catch the detailed coverage of Musicfest 2010 and interviews with the featured artists, Kris Allen, Boyce Avenue and Jabbawockeez conducted by the Watchpad Crew Rhian Ramos, Victor Aliwalas and Isabel Oli.

They also covered events of top schools nationwide. It also launched the search for the newest faces to represent the teens of the broadband generation. Anyone with a Watchpad account can go to the portal and upload his application.

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