Vice Ganda on his nearly 2-week absence from ‘It’s Showtime’: “I’ll be back soon”

Vice Ganda on his nearly 2-week absence from ‘It’s Showtime’: “I’ll be back soon”

- Vice Ganda recently had a post about his nearly two-week absence from “It’s Showtime”

- On Twitter, the comedian retweeted a post that shows a video of social media personality AC Soriano expressing sadness over Vice Ganda's absence

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- The Unkabogable Phenomenal Star then hilariously penned, “Dami ko lang labada at sinampay”

- Meme Vice likewise assured his followers of his return on the Kapamilya noontime show

Vice Ganda recently reacted to a clip of social media personality AC Soriano, who is saddened by the comedian’s nearly two-week absence from “It’s Showtime.”

Vice Ganda on his nearly 2-week absence from ‘It’s Showtime’: “I’ll be back soon”
Vice Ganda (@praybeytbenjamin)
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KAMI learned that on his Twitter page, the Unkabogable Phenomenal Star retweeted a post where AC’s short video was reuploaded.

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“Nakakaiyak lang kasi magdadalawang linggo nang wala si Meme sa ‘Showtime,” AC said in the video.

“Hindi ko na alam kung paano tumawa,” AC added.

Vice Ganda then hilariously reacted to the clip and said, “Awwwwww!!! Dami ko lang labada at sinampay. Naguuulan pa.”

He then assured the noontime show’s fans of his return.

“I’ll be back soon. Love u!” Meme Vice said.

Vice Ganda is a famous comedian, actor, endorser, and host in the Philippines. He is best known for hosting “It’s Showtime” and for his commercially successful movies in the MMFF. The superstar is currently in a relationship with Ion Perez. Vice Ganda and Ion got their Certificate of Commitment in a special ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 19, 2021.

Previously, “It’s Showtime” experienced a power outage while it was airing live on Monday. Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis and Jhong Hilario were interviewing a “Miss Q and A” contestant when the interruption occurred. When the power was restored, Vice Ganda could not help but express his hilarious reaction to what happened. A video of the blackout in the show’s studio likewise went viral online.

Earlier, "It's Showtime" co-hosts have expressed support for Vhong Navarro. In the latest episode of the Kapamilya show, Jhong Hilario suddenly mentioned Vhong and gave him an uplifting message. Vice Ganda also invited his fellow hosts to form a group hug for Vhong. The Unkabogable Phenomenal Star likewise added that they will be praying for Vhong.

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