As one of the longest vacation breaks in the Philippines every year, Holy Week has become the opportunity for most celebs to see the sights, do shows abroad, and focus more on quality family time. These jetsetting celebrities are no exceptions as they share their plans for this month.
“I’m doing a series of shows in the States. The traditional schedule for Holy Week kasi it’s the only time I’m not doing anything here. I’m going with Heartthrobs. I'm doing a reunion concert with Sam (Milby), Pokwang, and Darren (Espanto). We’re going to be in San Diego for two shows.”
“I’m going to Israel again and I’m going to France with my dad kasi he’s getting decorated by the French government. It’s also his birthday in April so I’m going with him. He already has his legion of honor. Pero may bagong decoration.”
“I’ll be leaving for LA to study acting so I’ll be there during the Holy Week. It’s an eight-week course but I’ll only be there for seven weeks kasi once a week lang yung klase (laughs). So I’m trying to find other classes na mas intensive for my course. My boyfriend Ben (Wintle) will be there for Holy Week. I think we’re driving up to somewhere (laughs)."
“Me and Billy (Crawford) might go to the States and go around different theme parks. Because we try to make every trip different like one is a relaxing beach trip, the other one is full of adventure and animals and then the next is full of delicious food so this time it’s going to be theme parks probably in California and Las Vegas.”
“Me and Coleen always look forward to traveling outside the country. I want to take her to Six Flags. We both love rollercoasters and when we went to Japan actually and kami lang yung sira ulong pumunta dun sa Mt. Fuji while it was like ten or twelve degrees. Ang lamig. We rode it twice pa!”
“Meron akong show sa States sa TFC and siguro isasama ko yung family ko. Yun lang siguro pero wala pa akong obang definite na plans."
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“I’m leaving on March 13 for Vietnam because my son has a tennis tournament for the Asian Tennis Federation. He’s in division 1 for the Philippine team. He’s been playing since he was three years old and he’s ranked number two for 14 and under in the Philippines.”