From the departure of TVJ (Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey De Leon) and Dabarkads to having new hosts for the noontime show, Eat Bulaga! has been on everyone’s lips for the past weeks. Although the trio found a new home with TV5, controversies surrounding their sudden exit and relationship with TAPE Inc. continue to grease the rumor mill as both sides claim unfair treatment. All that’s left to do is wait for any developments that show whether both parties made the right decision.
Vice Ganda and Ion Perez
Happy Pride Month! But even if it’s not the international celebration that commemorates the LGBTQIA+ community, love always wins–as Vice and Ion showed during the Your Memejesty, Queen VG concert of the former. While flipping off their bashers, they shared a passionate kiss on stage after professing their steadfast love for one another. Over the years, Vice and Ion overcame challenges in their relationship but continued to fight for their devotion because it’s not every day that one can find their other half.
People …are not talking about
It’s not that people are not talking about Zack that irks us. It’s the fact that they’re not talking about him enough. He’s a casualty caught in the crossfire between Jason Hernandez and Moira Dela Torre’s breakup (something that should’ve been quieted by now). Zack’s unfortunate attempt on his life, stemming from his silence about the matter and the subsequent public backlash, serves as a stark reminder of the dangers of rushing to judgments and engaging in bullying. It is crucial for us to realize that our actions and words carry consequences.
Sure, the public didn’t welcome the new hosts of Eat Bulaga! with open arms, but they also have reservations about seeing Paolo be part of the noontime show lineup. One reason is likely that he cheated on his ex-wives and never learned from his previous actions. Yes, it’s personal, but thousands of women related to LJ Reyes and Lian Paz because of the ordeal they had to face. It may damage Paolo’s reputation in showbiz, but he has yet to show some responsibility in a commitment.