Teacher’s Entertainment Post: ISHIN-DENSHIN International Music Festival For Marawi Benefit

Thinking something to do before Valentines’ Day starts? February usually consider a “Love Month” for many of us. And how wonderful it is to get in touch with Filipino-Japanese culture in this month, as ISHIN-DENSHIN International Music Festival will launch at February 10, 2018 at Aseana City Open Grounds.

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This was  brought to you by Monde Luce Productions – a company spearheaded by Japanese businessman, Mr.Kazuyoshi Irizuki. In partnership with Value Communications, JTB, Bio Luce, and Rimujin Advertising Services – this is one of a kind music festival which aims to bring together the Filipino and Japanese music lovers to celebrate the sound of unity.

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ISHIN-DENSHIN literally translates to “What the Mind Thinks, the Heart Transmits,” which aims to strengthen relations with a conversation that transcends words; with music we share, culture, language and time. Through this we are able to amplify and foster a deeper and stronger relationship.

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The event will create a platform for Japanese artists (IDOLS) to showcase their music in collaboration with our great Filipino talents.  In an effort to combat poverty in the Philippines through providing medical assistance, promoting children’s education, and providing help for those suffering from natural disasters, the Manny Pacquiao Foundation will be the beneficiary of this Music Fest. 

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Apart from the amazing artists to look forward to, attractions to take part are food park with Filipino and Japanese street foods, activity park also where guests can immerse themselves with the Neonlook of the event – face and body

paint. To top-up the ISHIN-DENSHIN experience, platform for our Cosplayers will be set and for everyone else who loves taking pictures – Spinshot 360° photo and built-up letters of ISHIN-DENSHIN and will serve as photocell for the guests.

Watch out as we reveal one by one the artists and more details on our social media pages and official event website. Stay tuned!

Teacher’s Entertainment Post: What Does It Take To Get Into Bull’s Trial Science Team?

Main protagonist Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) of legal drama Bull no doubt shines as he fronts every episode with his snooty brilliance. However, none of his courtroom strategies would have been possible if it weren’t for an equally brilliant team.

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With experts in various fields from neuropsychology and litigation to hacking and even fashion, Bull’s Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC) is television’s dream team we could only hope to join. But if such a fictional team were real, what would get us recruited?

Tech Expertise

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Technology is central to TAC’s ability to manipulate trials to its favor. At its heart is the 400-factor matrix created by neurolinguist Marissa Morgan (Geneva Carr) to predict juror behavior with astonishing accuracy. Cyber intelligence, care of hacker Cable McCrory (Annabelle Attanasio), further adds to the team’s digital arsenals.

Sense of Style

The TAC team knows that appearance isn’t just skin deep. Former football lineman and resident fashion specialist Chunk Palmer (Christopher Jackson) ensures that first impressions last when it comes to the jury by taking care of the client’s look from hairstyle to shoe color.

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Undercover Prowess

The Internet can provide only so much information about people, unfortunately. For some classic sleuthing, Danny James (Jamie Lee Kirchner) brings her experience from previous stints at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New York Police Department to conduct espionage and collect data as the TAC’s lead investigator.

Legal Know-How

Trial science is incomplete without legal counsel. After serving as prosecutor for New York City, Benny Cólon (Freddy Rodriquez) now works the defense for Dr. Bull by providing clients with attorney’s advice as well as representation to help them win the case.

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Wondering if you have what it takes to fit the TAC team? Find out by catching Bull Season 2, Wednesdays at 9:00PM, same day as the U.S., first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment.

RTL CBS Entertainment is available on SKYcable channels 53 (SD) and 196 (HD), SKYdirect channel 35, Destiny Cable channel 53 (Digital) and 89 (Analog), and Cablelink channels 37 (SD) and 313 (HD).

Teacher’s Entertainment Posts: How “Entertainment Tonight” make Hollywood News Fun and in Good Vibes?

It’s one thing for reporters to ask celebrities about a few sensational tidbits—breakups, pregnancies, maybe some harmless gossip—to drum up interest for a simple promotional story; it’s another when they start asking questions that put the hapless star in a “bad light.”

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Many famous personalities from actor Robert De Niro to pop singer Justin Bieber have had their share of cringe-worthy interviews that they’ve claimed to have made them feel upset. While it’s sometimes unclear why celebrities go on an outburst or walk out of an interview, there have been instances when questions got way too personal or were just plain provocative.

Bad celebrity interviews offer a valuable lesson in prudence: the best questions are perceptive, not intrusive. Let’s take a look at a few awkward moments that stars had to endure due to an interview gone astray:

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Hip-hop diva Nicki Minaj shut down an interviewer after the latter suggested that the singer “thrived on drama.” The remark followed the “ghostwriting feud” between co-label Drake and now ex-boyfriend Meek Mill, as well as the growing tension between rappers Lil Wayne and Young Thug.

Minaj was not having it: “What do the four men you just named have to do with me thriving off drama?” The furious songstress lashed out calling the interviewer “disrespectful” for “put(ting) down a woman for something that men do” before cutting the session short. The interviewer herself acknowledged her mistake: “Even though I had no intention of putting her down as a small-minded or a silly woman, she was right to call me out.”

Robert Downey Jr.

A promotional interview for the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron went awry for Robert Downey Jr. when questions started plumbing into the superstar’s supposed “dark periods.”

The reporter cited Downey’s past interviews where the actor had opened up about his relationship with his father as well as his former bout with substance abuse. By then Downey looked quite distressed in his seat, but the interviewer went on: “I just wondered whether you think you’re free of all that, or whether that’s still something…”

Downey didn’t let him finish: “I’m sorry, what are we doing?” He ended the interview abruptly then walked out saying, “It’s getting a little Diane Sawyer in here,” much to the reporter’s regret.

Cara Delevingne

A morning show began an interview on a shaky note with British fashion model and rising star Cara Delevingne after introducing her as “Carla”—twice—during a promotional segment for the movie Paper Towns.

The awkward start got worse after one of the anchors asked her if she had been “too busy” to read the book before taking on the role. Delevingne initially responded with a bite of sarcasm: “Uh, no I never read the book, or the script. I kind of winged it,” before saying she did read the book and thought it was amazing.

A second host then asked if she would have found it easier to focus if her schedule wasn’t so hectic. Visibly confused, the actress replied: “No, I don’t know where that comes from,” then saying “I love what I do . . . I’ve wanted to do this since I was young, so it’s not too hard.”

Things soon fell south when the anchors blasted Delevingne’s attitude by saying she looked “more excited” in other interviews and seemed a little “irritated,” eventually suggesting she “go take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull.” In the actress words, that just went “too far.”

Balancing curiosity with tact

Interviews need not be provocative to spark excitement. Celebrity news like Entertainment Tonight show how this is done by delivering the hottest scoop while maintaining a fun vibe to keep the atmosphere light and the story flowing.

For the latest on the today’s most talked-about celebrities, catch the Entertainment Tonight first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment, Mondays to Fridays at 8:30PM, express from the U.S.

Follow RTL CBS Entertainment at www.facebook.com/RTLCBSEntertainment/, @RTLCBSEntertain on Twitter, and @RTLCBSEntertainment on Instagram for more updates.

 

Teacher’s Entertainment Post: What Makes a Winning Mentor at The X Factor UK?

Success isn’t always solely about talent or hard work. For aspiring singers at The X Factor UK, winning is also a matter of mentorship.

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As mentors in their respective categories, judges play a huge part in guiding X Factor hopefuls from song selection to performance style—ultimately so contenders can play the game to their strengths and win the crowd.

The UK’s most talked-about talent show has given us judges who’ve not only brought excitement to audiences worldwide for the past 13 seasons, but have also raised contestants to the top of the competition. Here we list down some of the crucial factors that set a winning mentor apart from the rest of the judging panel.

Firm, honest criticism

The truth may hurt, but an X Factor mentor must be willing to evaluate singing performance without watering down facts: vocal weaknesses, poor song choices, lack of originality, and strengths that can be honed and exploited. A little kindheartedness is always appreciated, though it shouldn’t get in the way of good, honest feedback when it’s needed.

An artist by their own right

Being an accomplished performer is an advantage that can give X Factor judges an edge when it comes to mentoring. Whether it’s about singing technique or the choreography, a top-charting artist with plenty of experience on stage and on camera would definitely have much to contribute to creating a performance worthy of a standing ovation.

Years in the music industry

A winning mentor doesn’t always have to be a singer to know what makes or breaks a performance. Years of working with recording artists and entertainers would allow an X Factor judge to build a wealth of knowledge needed to assess talent and help aspirants flourish as performers. A background in music production is definitely a plus.

Unwavering support

In a contest that stirs a lot of nerves, emotional support goes a long way to helping X Factor hopefuls feel confident in their talent as well as the hard work they’ve put in to advance in the competition. Even the slightest encouragement from a mentor can inspire contestants to believe in themselves more and do their best even in the face of an enormous audience.

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This Season 14, who among our judges—Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne, and Louis Walsh—will bag the title of “winning mentor” and raise the next biggest artist to the top of the charts? Catch The X Factor Season 14 every Sunday and Monday at 10:30AM with primetime encore at 9:00PM, same day as the UK, first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment.

RTL CBS Entertainment is available on SKYcable channels 53 (SD) and 196 (HD), SKYdirect channel 35, Destiny Cable channel 53 (Digital) and 89 (Analog), and Cablelink channels 37 (SD) and 313 (HD).

Sounds And Performances: Coca-Cola Colabs with OPM Artists For Coke Studio

OPM Music is indeed one of the music I love to grow up with together with my future children and grand children. Despite of all the international songs out there, nothing beats the stories and the tunes Filipino Music can bring to a lot people; Filipinos and foreigners alike.  Now the sounds of Pinoy music will get a refreshing taste as Coke Studio opens in the country, bringing a fresh experience for the local music industry.

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The first of its kind in the country, Coke Studio is a music TV show that encourages collaborations among Filipino artists – bringing together different musical genres, the young and seasoned artists, and the mainstream with the indie. Coke Studio is a celebration of the rich diversity in OPM and the central unifying role of music among Filipinos.

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“Coke has always been about encouraging personal expression among the younger generation of teens, and what better way to unite them but through a universal language, which is music. This is what Coke Studio is all about. We are making music our tool of choice to connect with teens,” said Stephan Czypionka, Coca-Cola Philippines Vice President for Marketing.

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Coke Studio also serves as a stage that will showcase and highlight the wonderfully surprising new music that comes out from the collaborations between OPM legends and upcoming artists: Noel Cabangon, Curtismith, Moonstar88, Jensen and the Flips, Sandwich, BP Valenzuela, Gabby Alipe and John Dinopol of Urbandub, The Ransom Collective, Abra, Gracenote, singer-composer Ebe Dancel, Autotelic, Franco, and singer-songwriter Reese Lansangan.

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The Ransom Collective

 

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Coke Studio is hosted by OPM powerhouse Raymund Marasigan and Buddy Zabala, both from Eraserheads – one of the country’s most iconic rock bands. More than just a TV show, Coke Studio brings the viewer to the real experience – giving a first-hand, front seat view of the collaboration and how each artist bares their soul in the performance.

 

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“As soon as they started playing their instruments, they just forgot about everything else,” said Marasigan on the experience inside the Coke Studio. “And a great artist will really come out with something, will produce something! Some artists may have come unprepared, but once they were in there, they just brought it out.”

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But the Coke Studio experience does not stop there. An interactive Coke Studio truck will roam around the country to give university bands an opportunity to perform and interact with the artists.

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Ebe Dancel

Coke Studio is also joining some of the biggest fiestas and festivals nationwide with the Coke Canreaoke – an interactive installation loaded with OPM hits for anyone who wants to showcase their singing prowess.

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Noel Cabangon
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Coca-Cola Philippines recognizes the strong influence of music in the lives of Filipinos – a unifying thread that goes beyond language and dialect, political views and boundaries, and even religion.

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With Coke Studio, Coca-Cola Philippines brings a new taste to the sound of Pinoy music. You can check their episodes and performances at their YouTube Channel  or check their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cokestudio for more updates and news.