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Lourdes Jimenez Carvajal
August 6, 1944
|Died||September 26, 2003 (aged 59)|
|Resting place||Manila Memorial Park, Parañaque City, Metro Manila|
|Other names||Ate Luds |
|Children||Dolly Ann |
|Relatives||Letty Jimenez Magsanoc (sister) |
IC Mendoza (grandson)
Lourdes Jimenez Carvajal (August 6, 1944 – September 26, 2003), popularly known as Inday Badiday, was a Filipino host and journalist who was known as Philippine television's "queen of showbiz talk shows" and "queen of intrigues".
Referred to by many in the entertainment industry as "Ate Luds", Inday began her broadcasting career as a radio host who talked about show business. Her commentary and knowledge about the industry eventually brought her fame. She is also a columnist for different showbiz & movie magazines Eyebugs: Bigay Hilig sa Balitang Showbiz, Modern Romances and Tsismis.
One of her first shows was Nothing but the Truth and later See-True and Eye to Eye, which served as Philippine television's template for showbiz talk shows. These shows were all produced by GMA News and Public Affairs and her production company, LoCa Productions (LoCa is the combination of the first two letters of her names, Lourdes Carvajal). She made her television comeback on GMA Network in 2002 with the show Inday, Heart to Heart.
Inday Badiday died on September 26, 2003, from multiple organ failure due to two strokes at 59 years old, at St. Luke's Medical Center, Quezon City. She had three children, Dolly Anne and Ricky from a previous marriage, and Clara (Klang-klang) by her beloved Gene "Bo" Palomo, the man Inday referred to in her famous parting shot, "Saranghamnida, Bo" (Korean for "I love you, Bo") in her program Eye to Eye. She was also the grandmother of Juicy! co-host IC Mendoza. In April 1, 2004, GMA Network's drama anthology Magpakailanman aired her life story. To pay respect, Angelu De Leon played the role (aside from this, the props of her former shows, such as See True and Eye to Eye, were used again as a dramatization), Dolly, and Clara were interviewed by host Mel Tiangco.
- "Our Heritage and the Departed: A Cemeteries Tour". Presidential Museum & Library (Philippines). Archived from the original on September 28, 2015. Retrieved 27 September 2015.
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