Vice Ganda gets ‘annoyed’ because of the statement of a TNT contender

Vice Ganda gets ‘annoyed’ because of the statement of a TNT contender

- Vice Ganda reacted to the comment of a daily contestant on “It’s Showtime”

- The other hosts of the show tried to calm down the comedian

- Vice’s reaction immediately became viral in the online world

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Vice Ganda made a hilarious moment on “It’s Showtime” stage after he jokingly got annoyed because of what a “Tawag Ng Tanghalan” contender said.

KAMI learned that the viral moment happened during the June 13 episode of the aforementioned noontime variety program.

The “Unkabogable Star” and Vhong Navarro were interviewing the daily contestant, who seemed lonely on stage and who answered every question very briefly.

Vice tried to comfort the contestant, who was nervous during that time, but instead of appreciating the comedian, she got mesmerized by the beauty of Anne Curtis.

“Ang ganda-ganda niyo po!” the contender told Anne, who was just watching by the bench.

“Bakit kailangang lumayo ka? Tayo yung nag-uusap… Dito ka, nanggigigil ako sa’yo…” Vice responded.

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Watch the funny video here:

In a previous article by KAMI, the reaction of Vice when Ion Perez was urged to approach Binibining Pilipinas candidates went viral.

Vice Ganda is a popular actor, host, and comedian in the Philippines who starred in blockbuster films such as “Sisterakas,” “Praybeyt Benjamin,” and “Fantastica.”

He will be starring in another comedy movie with Anne Curtis this time and it will be shown to public in December.

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