Netizens React to TAPE Inc Still Celebrating 44th Anniversary of Eat Bulaga!
The online community gives reactions to Television and Production Exponents Inc (TAPE) still celebrating the 44th anniversary of the longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga!
Netizens reacted to TAPE Inc’s so-called “Big Day” for the 44th anniversary of the new Eat Bulaga. According to the article of Pep.ph, Paolo Contis announced that they are preparing for the 44th anniversary of the show on July 29, 2023.
That’s why the hosts of Eat Bulaga are questioning who is spreading the notion that the noontime show would end on July 29, 2023. Paolo, the host of EB, confirmed the rumors, saying that they are stressed out about the segments and what extra they can accomplish in their program.
Paolo and the other hosts of the redesigned noontime show have already been chastised. Furthermore, they were warned that they would have a difficult time because the program was too closely associated with Tito, Vic & Joey, and the genuine Dabarkads.
They stated that they were willing to battle for it for a year. So far, their executives are claimed to be pleased with the hosts’ performance, as well as the ratings and commercial loads.
Meanwhile, here are some TVJ fans’ and genuine Dabarkads’ reactions to the rumored anniversary celebration:
“Mga olol Mang aangkin kayo? Hindi kayo yon. You are Fake.. Wala pa nga kayo ni iisang buwan tapos 44 years kaagad?”
“Hoy kakaumpisa nyo pa lang 44 na agad kau ano sino niloloko nyo TVJ ang 44yrs hindi kau fake eat bulaga 1buwan palang kau mga fake palitan nyo naung pangalam ng show nyo mahiya naman oyyyy.”
“Paano naging??? Eh kasisimula nyo lang maghost. bsta alam namin kung sino mas deserve sa 44 years.TVJ legit dabarkads.”
“Kapal nyo nmn. wl nmn kyo ambag… Nd b kyo nhhiya???”
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