- Vice Ganda was able to preempt the plan of his co-hosts on “It’s Showtime”
- He successfully stopped Vhong Navarro and Jhong Hilario from their plan against him
- The video of this funny moment became viral in the online world
Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda did everything that he could to prevent the “evil” and hilarious plan of his co-hosts Jhong Hilario and Vhong Navarro against him.
KAMI learned that this much-talked-about incident took place during the recent episode of “It’s Showtime,” a decade-long noontime show on ABS-CBN.
The “Unkabogable Star” was first teased by his co-hosts because one of the show’s dancers had a similar but bigger headband than what he was wearing.
Vice then initiated a hilarious fight with Anne Curtis, copying some trending scenes from the hit teleserye titled “Kadenang Ginto.”
During their funny exchange of dialogue, Vhong suddenly approached his co-hosts but he immediately got confronted by the comedian because of his “plan.”
The former “Praybeyt Benjamin” star also tried to kneel down and cross his legs just so Jhong and Vhong could not do their idea against him.
“May balak kang masama. Kaya ka pumunta diyan, gaganunin niyo na naman ako sa singit…” the comedian told the former “Agent X44” actor.
“Wala kayong magagawa. Kung kinakailangan kong ibuhol ang tuhod ko, gagawin ko. Hindi niyo magagawa…” he added.
Watch the video below:
In a previous article by KAMI, the epic reaction of Vice when Jhong suddenly bit his finger while hosting went viral online.
Vice Ganda is considered by many as one of the most successful celebrities in the Philippines. He already starred in blockbuster movies and he has numerous shows in the Kapamilya network.
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