- Vice Ganda revealed he was asked by ABS-CBN if he wanted to do "Gandang Gabi, Vice" again
- The comedian, however, said he couldn't do three shows anymore
- He clarified he's open to bringing back the show if it would be on a "seasonal" basis
- Meme Vice also admitted that interviewing the same guests was one reason why he "decided to sign off"
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Vice Ganda recently responded to some netizens' queries about his now-defunct comedy talk show, "Gandang Gabi, Vice."
On X, formerly Twitter, a fan asked the comedian what's stopping ABS-CBN from bringing back the show.
Vice then replied that he was actually approached by the management and was asked if he wanted to do the program anew.
"I was actually asked by the management when i signed my new contract if i wanted to do GGV again. I couldnt do 3 shows anymore. Baka pagtapos ng Everybody Sing let’s see kung keri ko na. Pero seasonal na lng. Di ko na keri ung another 10 years."
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In another post, the "It's Showtime" host expressed delight over the supporters' love towards "GGV."
"Super nakakahappy na kahit ilang years ng di umeere ang GGV bukambibig pa din ito ng madami. Im so blessed to have 3 programs na kinakapitan talaga ng mga tao. It’s Showtime, GGV and Everybody Sing. Thank you ABS CBN."
In a response to another netizen, Meme Vice revealed one reason why he "signed off" from hosting "GGV."
"Akala ko meme naubusan na kayo ng i guguest," the netizen posted.
To which Meme Vice reacted, "Actually true to. Nagsawa na din ako sa paulit ulit na guests. Isa yun sa mga rason kaya i decided to sign off. Pero ngayon mukhang mas malalim na ang balon ng guests kasi sanib pwersa na ang mga networks (hopefully)."
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. He and Ion got their Certificate of Commitment in a special ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 19, 2021.
The hosts of ABS-CBN's noontime show "It's Showtime" were in Hong Kong amid the program's 12-day suspension mandated by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB). Vice Ganda, Ion Perez, Vhong Navarro, Teddy Corpuz and Ogie Alcasid took to social media and shared photos from their fun trip.
During their heartwarming vacay, Anne also treated her social media followers to an entertaining TikTok video. The video shows her, Vice Ganda, Ryan Bang, Teddy Corpuz, Karylle and Jackie Gonzaga cheerfully dancing to a trending Chinese song.
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