- "Eat Bulaga" went back live on air on Monday with its new lineup of hosts
- Paolo Contis, Betong Sumaya, Buboy Villar, Cassy Legaspi, Mavy Legaspi and Alexa Miro were unveiled as the hosts
- TAPE Inc. executive and Dapitan City Mayor Seth Frederick "Bullet" Jalosjos took to social media and posted about the noontime show
- He uploaded some video clips showing the scenes behind the live episode
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Dapitan City Mayor Seth Frederick "Bullet" Jalosjos, the finance director of Television and Production Exponents, Inc. (TAPE Inc.), shared a series of posts about "Eat Bulaga."
His posts on Instagram Stories show behind-the-scenes videos of the program's episode on Monday.
During the said live episode, the noontime show's new hosts were introduced.
The hosts include Paolo Contis, Betong Sumaya, Buboy Villar, Cassy Legaspi, Mavy Legaspi and Alexa Miro.
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Meanwhile, Mayor Jalosjos' posts showed parts from the said hosts' opening number along with local girl group XOXO.
The clips likewise gave glimpses of the studio audience having fun while watching the show.
Furthermore, Mayor Jalosjos shared a photo of the hosts with the people behind the camera.
Watch the videos below:
Eat Bulaga is the longest-running noontime variety program on Philippine television. The show premiered on July 30, 1979. Its pioneer hosts include showbiz icons Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon, and Tito Sotto.
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 TAPE Inc. 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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