VIDEO: S*xBomb Girls Helps Netflix Announce Lower Subscription Rates

S*xBomb Girls Assists In Announcement Of Decreased Netflix Subscription Costs

S*XBOMB GIRLS – Iconic group S*xbomb Girls helped the streaming service Netflix announce that they have decided to make their subscription plans more affordable.

On Tuesday, February 21, Netflix announced cheaper region-wide subscription pricing. The giant streaming platform has sought the help of the renowned group the S*xBomb Girls.

The current members of the iconic group performed a variant of their famous “Spaghetti Song,” during which they pointed out that Netflix’s Basic Plan has been reduced from P369 per month to P249 for all devices.

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The S*xbomb Girls even dressed up as iconic characters from Netflix original shows like “Squid Game,” “Wednesday,” “Stranger Things,” “Emily in Paris,” “Bridgerton,” and “All Of Us Are Dead” in an announcement music video. The Basic Plan has been reduced from P459 to P399 per month, while the Mobile and Premium plans remain at P149 and P549 per month, respectively.

New members will see the revised costs on February 21, while existing members will see them on their next billing cycle.

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When Netflix first teased the S*xBomb girls, Filipinos assumed that the long-running television sitcom “Daisy Siete,” starring previous members Rochelle Pangilinan, Jopay Paguia, Sunshine Garcia, and Mia Pangyarihan, would be streaming on the platform.

Other well-known members of the group from previous generations are Aira Bermudez, Debra Ignacio, Che-Che Genove, Sugar Mercado, Janine Reyes, and Kryz Moreno.

The group got its moniker from Tom Jones’ 1999 song “S*x Bomb,” and they rose to fame on the variety show “Eat Bulaga!” before becoming the best-selling Asian girl group before K-pop took over. Besides “Spaghetti Song,” notable songs by the S*xBomb Girls include “Bakit Papa?,” “Lalaban Babawi,” “Di Ko Na Mapipigilan,” “Mamae eu Quero,” and “Tulog na Baby.”

While Rochelle went on to have the most successful career of the band’s members, Jopay became a cult icon for being the inspiration for rock band Mayonnaise’s smash song “Jopay,” which saw a rebirth 20 years later.

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