Playing with Fire dance cover!

Hey you, guys! Special shout out to Kpop and BlackPink fans out there! For the past months, I’ve been captured by the sexy and catchy tunes of Blackpink’s Whistle and Playing with Fire. Aside from the music, I also like the choreography of these two songs because it’s dance-able, very groovy, and sexy (my type…

Decoding JOANNE

JOANNE is released today! And while we are still busy replaying the songs and taking our personal picks from the 13 amazing tracks of the album and gripping our chests for Lady Gaga’s rawness, E Online has written an article on the lyrics of the tracks, decoding the stories of each. Read it here: Heartbreak, Loss,…

Fictional Boyfriend 005: Enoch O’Connor of Miss Peregrine’s

I am telling you: as of the moment, this is the ultimate fan-girl experience I’ve ever had. The previous guys were handsome and hotties but only Fin MacMillan had got me head over heels. This Fictional Boyfriend article is more of admiring the actor himself than the character. And so let me tell you how it all started. The movie Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children was released on September 30 and I got the chance to watch it the next day, October 1. It was good. But this article is not about it. This is about Enoch, the character who has the ability to resurrect or give life to an inanimate object for a period of time. The first scene where I got to see Enoch, I was immediately captured by his good looks. I may have been remarking Asa Butterfield’s beautiful, beautiful eyes but Fin got my  affection in the end. His rugged face, sexy dark circles around his eyes, his orgasmic curls (because I have a thing for hair), and his overall boyfriend-material physique.  I thought, “Oh, he’s much hotter  and more handsome than Asa (Jake).” After that, as the movie unfolds, every time Enoch’s got a screen time I’d make this little giggling noise and say ‘Awww! Baby Boy!’. But in fact, he is older than me. By the end of the movie, I was totally in love with Enoch. Or rather with Fin. Finlay MacMillan, the young Scottish actor. Just last night I was watching his interviews, as my fan-girling totally leveled up. I want to hear his voice because he did not really have much speaking lines in the film. So I watched interviews. And oh how I was practically swooning over his oh so hot Scottish accent! I can’t contain myself. My heart aches to see him in person and hear him speak! Now he’s a total package: hot accent, to-die-for curls, and a handsome face. If he’s not your type of guy, I don’t know what is. 😉

Fictional Boyfriend 004: Mike Hannigan of FRIENDS

This is a result of me watching FRIENDS just now: swooning over early 2000 hotties that are probably already hot daddies by now. Hahaha! Michael ‘Mike’ Hannigan is Phoebe’s eventual husband in Friends. Did I already tell you that if my life is the sitcom of Friends, I’d probably be Phoebe? So that explains my affection for Paul Rudd’s character. He is hot and handsome. He plays piano. He fought for Phoebe against his middle-class parents. He is goddamn sexy when he plays ping-pong. And he stood up to propose Phoebe despite his fear of long-term commitments. Oh. I wanna make love to Mike. Blessing your timeline with his handsome face. 😉   ©All rights reserved. Photos not mine.

Fictional Boyfriend 003: Gavin Mitchel of FRIENDS

Gavin Mitchel: the man who used to have a bad first impression for Friends viewers when he was introduced as an annoying and rude substitute for Rachel Green when she was on maternity leave. Turns out first impressions may sometimes be deceiving. Here’s why I think he’s boyfriend material: First of all, he’s cute. See? God.…

Fictional Boyfriend 002: Mr. James March of AHS: Hotel

James March, a serial killer who preys on people residing in his self-designed hotel, is the character portrayed by our very own Evan Peters from the four previous American Horror Story seasons. Look at how sexy he is in his elegant mustache and suit. And holy molly, Peters’ modified voice for Mr. March is goddamn…