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Showbiz Tsismis: Eraserheads, Jodi Sta Maria head to UAE

Jodi Sta Maria and Richard Yap to visit UAE as the Eraserheads prepare for Dubai concert

  • By Vincent Anthon Garcia, Special to tabloid!
  • Published: 10:00 March 24, 2013
  • Tabloid

TV duo tours ME

The popular TV love team of Jodi Sta Maria and Richard Yap from the hit series Be Careful With My Heart will kick off their world tour when they visit the UAE on March 28 at the du Forum, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.

They will then visit their fans in Dubai the following day at the Indian High School in Oud Metha where they will be treated to an evening of musical performances. Those who wish to see the stars may contact 0567365230, 0506708699 or 0529089789 for further details.

Eraserheads in Dubai

Eraserheads, one of the most well-loved Filipino pop-rock bands, will be performing in Dubai as part of the du World Music Festival. Fans of the group that popularised such classic hits as Ang Huling El Bimbo and Pare Ko will be treated to a trip down memory lane as the band performs its greatest hits on April 4 at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. This will be the second time that Eraserheads will be staging a reunion concert after disbanding in 2002. For tickets go to www.du.ae/wmf.

Grand welcome

Pop balladeer Christian Bautista has joined GMA 7. The new Kapuso talent will be given a grand welcome at the popular noontime variety show, Party Pilipinas. Fans of the multi-platinum recording artist will be excited to watch him in his new studio, where he will be reunited with his ex-girlfriend Rachelle Ann Go, who is one of the mainstays of the programme. In addition to performing weekly at the Sunday musical show, Bautista is set to do a number of drama series including a possible project with GMA’s primetime queen, Marian Rivera.

 

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