- McNeal “Awra” Briguela was a guest on Vice Ganda’s “Gandang Gabi Vice”
- Vice and Awra had the opportunity to showcase their acting talents and even got to have a face off
- Awra also challenged Vice’s dancing skills
Child actor McNeal “Awra” Briguela proved that he is a solid performer who can outwit the country’s toughest comedian, Vice Ganda! During the recent episode of “Gandang Gabi Vice,” Awra showed off his skill in acting, which Vice found it hard to beat - of course, much to the pleasure of the seasoned actor.
The two competed in acting out some scenes, expecting the other to respond in the most ingenious way. The playful banter sent the audience laughing their hearts out, including other guests, “Ang Probinsiyano” stars Coco Martin and Pepe Herrera.
One of the funniest exchange between Vice and Awra was:
“Nagpakalayu-layo ako dahil akala ko yun ang makabubuti para sa’yo. Nag-OFW ako para makapundar ng pang tuition fee mo,” said Vice.
(I went to far off places because I thought it’s what’s best for you. I became an OFW so that I could save money for your tuition fee.)
“Ano’ng meaning ng OFW,” Awra retorted.
(What’s the meaning of OFW?)
This sent the crowd laughing, prompting Vice to change her dialogue.
So instead of using the word OFW, Vice changed it to “mangibang-bansa” (going abroad).
Still, she told Awra that she was enslaved by camels just so she could give a good future to Awra. The witty boy then replied that he didn’t ask Vice to go abroad as he was already contented with what they have then.
Vice was clearly impressed by the manner that Awra was able to give a good retort to her statements.
Aside from their hilarious exchange, Awra also challenged Vice to a dance number. Vice delivered a good game but Awra clearly managed to outdo her moves. Oh well, Vice must have thought that it was natural, after all, children will always be more flexible than adults.
With the way Awra is making a name for himself, he has the potential to become one of the most valuable actors of Philippine TV. – SD, Kami Media