KC Concepcion and Sam Milby have a lot in common. No wonder they exude perfect chemistry on screen. During their guesting on Gandang Gabi Vice, host-comedian Vice Ganda got to know them and their similarities in attitude.
But first, KC and Sam talked about their 2011 film “Forever in a Day.” KC revealed that Sam farted while they were inside a zorb ball for a scene. He denied but she said she knows what his fart smells like.
Moving on to more serious topics, Vice Ganda opened up about KC and Sam’s extreme generosity. They could go as far as gifting their staff with new cell phones. There was an instance when a Star Magic staff lost her phone to a thief so Sam gave her a new one.
KC also used to give gadgets to the staff of her morning show. Of course, Vice had to drop the punchline: “’Di ba magkaibigan naman tayo? Nawawala kasi ‘yung phone ko eh.” He also shared that KC has a penchant for helping calamity victims and one of which is K Brosas.
“Si K Brosas, isa po sa mga napakaraming Pilipino na nabiktima ng Ondoy. Binaha ang bahay niya. Sobrang depressed si K Brosas kasi wala siyang nailigtas na gamit niya. Tapos nagulat daw siya, sobrang napaiyak si K Brosas kasi may dumating na pitong boxes ng goods galing kay KC,” said Vice. The Mega Daughter confirmed the story with a bashful smile.
Vice also heard that KC loves to chat with friends. The actress said she could talk to her friends over the phone for hours without break. Sometimes she’d even bring the phone to the toilet.
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