Toni Fowler, naging emosyonal sa kanyang interview sa “It’s Showtime”
- Toni Fowler cried during her recent guesting on “It’s Showtime”
- The vlogger shared that she worked as a backup dancer on “It’s Showtime” for almost three years during the beginning of the show
- Her return to the program was special and emotional because she returned as an actress and not just as a backup dancer
- She guested on the show as a cast member of the new ABS-CBN teleserye “Batang Quiapo”
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Toni Fowler was a special guest on the ABS-CBN noontime program “It’s Showtime” along with the other cast members of the new Kapamilya primetime series “Batang Quiapo.”
While being interviewed by Vice Ganda and the rest of the “It’s Showtime“ hosts, Toni started to become emotional and shed some tears.
When asked why she got emotional, Toni explained that she worked as a backup dancer on “It’s Showtime” for almost three years during the beginning of the show over a decade ago.
Toni then added that her return to the program was special and emotional because she returned as an actress and not just as a backup dancer.
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Vice then praised Toni for achieving a lot since leaving the show, becoming a wealthy and successful vlogger and influencer.
“For almost three years nagtrabaho ako dito sa It’s Showtime as a backup dancer.
“Tapos ngayon naka-balik ako as artista,” Toni 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.
As previously reported by KAMI, Vice Ganda, in a one-on-one interview with former Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, admitted that he aspires to have a child one day. Earlier, Isko asked him a series of questions about his past, including whether he experienced having a girlfriend before. The former mayor then asked Vice about his partner, Ion.
Meanwhile, Vice revealed he is fine whether he's called a he or a she. Putting it in its proper perspective, the comedian considers himself as "non-binary." He said that he does not get offended whether he is called by others as "ma'am" or "sir." The comedian also mentioned that it was just him because there are those who are particular when it comes to what pronoun to use.
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