- Maine Mendoza took to social media and shared a heartfelt post about “Eat Bulaga”
- On her online page, Maine uploaded some photos taken at the show’s studio
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- Along with the photos, the TV host penned a message to Dabarkads and to the noontime program
- Maja Salvador, Gary Valenciano, Dianne Medina and other celebrities then reacted to Maine’s post
Maine Mendoza’s latest online post about “Eat Bulaga” made her followers emotional.
KAMI learned that on her social media pages, Maine uploaded some photos taken at the noontime show’s studio.
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In the caption, Maine wrote a heartfelt message addressed to Dabarkads and to Eat Bulaga.
“Hanggang sa muli, dabarkads.”
“Maraming salamat, @eatbulaga1979.”
Celebrities like Maja Salvador, Gary Valenciano and Dianne Medina then could not help but react to Maine’s post.
“Yakap sez,” Maja said.
“This is heartbreaking,” Gary expressed.
“Hugs maine,” Dianne commented.
Check out Maine’s heartfelt post below:
Eat Bulaga is the longest-running noontime program on Philippine television. It premiered on July 30, 1979. Its pioneer hosts include showbiz icons Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon, and Tito Sotto. Some of its younger hosts include Maine Mendoza, who rose to prominence after her Dubsmash videos went viral, which helped her land a role as Yaya Dub in the said noontime show.
Joey de Leon immediately took to social media after his, Vic and Tito Sotto’s announcement on Eat Bulaga’s YouTube channel. On Wednesday, the show’s three main hosts revealed that they will be parting ways with Television and Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE). Following the big news, Joey cryptically said in a post that they are not signing off. The 76-year-old comedian underscored, “We are just taking a day off!”
GMA Network, through its social media pages and website, released a statement about 'Eat Bulaga.' It was published some moments after the noontime show's main hosts announced their departure from Television and Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE). In the statement, the Kapuso network said it is "saddened by today's unexpected turn of events." It also mentioned the network's block time agreement with TAPE Inc.
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