Stars have ‘It’s all about me’ Swatch time
Swatch held an “It’s all about ME!” event, where the stars could be themselves and have fun. It was a good “me time” in a glitzy setting.
For the event, the Swatch Shop in Glorietta was decorated in blue, red and black dots.
There were interactive booths and food and drinks corner.
Guests dressed up, wore their favorite Swatch watch and invite slap band.
The interactive booths were MyFlipbook, MyGroove, MySong, MyGraffiti and MyPix. Each had a memento for guests to bring home.
Christian Bautista and Tessa Prieto-Valdes dressed up as Prince Charming and Sea Princess.
The stars shared their best possible “me” time.
They were: Martin Nievera, the Concert King himself who’s staging tonight a concert to celebrate 30 years in music and show business—the concert is “3D” (Tatlong Dekada) at Smart Araneta Coliseum; Lea Salonga, the Tony award-winning star and coach of “The Voice of the Philippines” who’s just performed a duet with Patti Austin that became a trending topic in social media; Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski, a gold medalist in the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea. She has just been made member of the International Olympic Committee at the 125th IOC session in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Also there was Anne Curtis, fresh from her “Annebisyosa No Other Concert World Tour” in US and Canada. She will be one of the special guests in Martin Nievera’s concert tonight. She will also be the first Filipino to have a feature on E! News Asia this September.
Billy Crawford was also there. He stars in the comedy movie “Momzillas” to open in cinemas Sept. 18.
Other stars at Swatch: Christian Bautista, who will be the Prince Charming in the musical, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,” starting Oct. 9 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila; Derek Ramsay, who’s filming “My Trophy Wife” and the teleserye “For Love or Money;” Matteo Guidicelli, triathlete and young actor, who will star in the upcoming TV series “Galema: Anak ni Zuma.”
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