- Little Yorme was recently asked on “It’s Showtime” if he knows what the word “cheeks” means
- He then tried to answer the question several times but he could not get it correctly
- The hosts and studio audience of the said show laughed their hearts out after hearing how the viral child defined it
- Vice Ganda also tried to call the attention of little Yorme’s parents and the mayor of Bagac, Bataan
Little Yorme became the subject of another funny moment on “It’s Showtime” after he aired his own definition of the word “cheeks.”
KAMI learned that the hilarious incident took place during the “Mini Miss U” segment of the said Kapamilya noontime variety show.
A gorgeous contestant was initially asked to reveal what part of little Yorme’s body is the most attractive.
After the female candidate uttered the word “cheeks,” the internet sensation was asked if he knows what it means. He responded by saying that it means “asawa.”
The show’s hosts and studio audience immediately laughed out loud after hearing the promising child’s hilarious definition of “cheeks.”
Little Yorme even tried to define the said word several times but all of his answers were wrong. Nonetheless, he made a lot of people happy.
“Nananawagan na talaga ako sa mga magulang ng batang ito at sa mayor ng Bagac! Ano ba talaga ang ginagawa niya doon sa Bataan?” Vice Ganda reacted.
“We can’t blame the child,” he added.
Watch the video below:
In a previous article by KAMI, little Yorme suddenly asked 5 thousand pesos from Vice while they were hosting It’s Showtime.
Little Yorme is a popular celebrity kid in the Philippines. He never fails to make a lot of people happy with his actions on the noontime show It’s Showtime.
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