- Cristy Fermin appealed to the public not to bash the new hosts of the new "Eat Bulaga"
- In her vlog, "Showbiz Now Na," she said that it would only be work for the new hosts
- She said that in case there are artists who would agree to be the new hosts of EB, they must not be bashed
- The veteran columnist also noted that not only a number of individuals have the right to live at ease
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Cristy Fermin, in her latest vlog, "Showbiz Now Na," appealed to the public that if there would be artists who would agree to the task of hosting "Eat Bulaga," they must not be bashed.
"Kung sakali po na may mga artista na papayag na mag-host ng Eat Bulaga ngayong wala na ang Tito, Vic and Joey at Dabarkads, huwag po natin silang i-bash, trabaho po ito. Hindi po ilang tao lang ang may karapatang mabuhay at mamuhay nang maayos," she said.
"Hayaan po natin. Alok po ‘yan. Trabaho po ‘yan, walang personalan po rito trabaho lang talaga,” she added.
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Eat Bulaga is touted as the longest-running noontime show, not only in the Philippines, but in the whole world. it first aired in the year 1979 over RPN 9. Later, it transferred to ABS-CBN and aired there for 6 years, and then on GMA7 where they stayed for more than 28 years.
Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey De Leon, otherwise known as TVJ, recently met with Atty. Enrique “Buko” Dela Cruz of the famous Divina Law Office. In a photo posted by Atty. Dela Cruz on his social media account, TVJ can be seen posing with the lawyer, along with the caption “isang libo’t isang tuwa, buong bansa.” The caption is taken out of the lyrics of the “Eat Bulaga” theme song, which was composed by Vincent Dy Buncio and Pancho Oppus, with Vic Sotto coming up with the song’s melody. The “Eat Bulaga,” and some of its segments, copyright were among the topics discussed by TitoSen in his recent interview by Julius Babao and Christine Bersola-Baba.
Pauleen Luna took to social media and shared a commendable artwork. The said artwork was inspired by Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon—collectively known as TVJ. Along with the artwork beautifully made by artist Aidon Panlaqui, Pauleen penned a heartwarming caption about the iconic trio.