- Joey de Leon's new post about 'Eat Bulaga' is making the rounds on social media
- He shared an old clip showing him, Tito Sotto and Vic Sotto
- In the clip, Tito acknowledged Vic as the composer of the show's theme song and Joey as the one who came up with the title
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- When Joey asked Tito about the latter's contribution, Tito said, "Ako manager"
Joey de Leon took to his Instagram account and shared an old clip showing him, Tito Sotto and Vic Sotto.
They were seen talking about the theme song of "Eat Bulaga" and the show's title.
Tito acknowledged Vic as the theme song's composer and Joey as the one who came up with the name of the noontime show.
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"Ang nag-compose ng kantang 'Eat Bulaga,' si Vic Sotto. Ang nag-imbento ng salitang 'Eat Bulaga,' si Joey de Leon," said the former Senate President.
Furthermore, Joey jokingly inquired Tito, "Si Vic nag-compose ng kanta, ako nakaisip ng 'Eat Bulaga.' Anong ginawa mo?"
"Ako manager," Tito responded.
In the caption, Joey also penned, "THE COMPOSER, THE THINKER AND THE MANAGER! Ngek!"
Watch the video 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 took to Instagram and shared how he came up with the name "Eat Bulaga." He said that the year was 1979 and he was in the kitchen of Tito's house in White Plains. He also said that he was in the company of Jess Espiritu. In the picture that he posted, it can be seen what became the appetizer of the comedian in coining the name "Eat Bulaga."
Recently, Luis Manzano shared a new joke about the pioneer hosts of "Eat Bulaga." He quipped that aside from Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon, there were other two original hosts of the show. The Kapamilya host’s post jokingly implied that John Cena and Anne Curtis were the other two hosts. Luis also hilariously stressed that the wrestler and the actress were mentioned in the program’s iconic theme song.
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