For the past 13 years, different batches of cute and talented kids came to amuse us with their wit and charm through the segments and sketches featured in the long-running gag show, Goin’ Bulilit.
However, since the cast is exclusively dedicated to children below 12 or 13 years old, a few need to leave the show once they reached the age limit.
All-in-all, 38 young artists already bade goodbye, with Izzy Canillo being the most recent alumnus, and three more members are about to join them this coming Sunday – Bea Basa, Clarence Delgado, and Mitch Naco.
The three bulilits were also spotted crying as they embraced their “tatay” in the industry, Director Edgar “Bobot” Mortiz.
Bea’s first television appearance was in the 2011 soap opera Angelito: Batang Ama where she played Mai-mai Ambrosio, the adorable daughter of Kaye Abad’s character.
Clarence, 13, rose to stardom when he was hailed as the Male Winner of the Star Circle Quest 2011.
Meanwhile, Mitch became popular when she joined the first season of It’s Showtime’s Mini Me in 2014 where she introduced herself as the young version of Korean pop superstar Sandara Park.
With their charisma and talent, these three kiddos would surely create a mark not only in the industry, but in the real world as well. Good luck on the next chapter of your life, Bea, Clarence, and Mitch!
Better have a box of tissue by your side when you watch the February 25 episode of Goin’ Bulilit because tears would surely roll down your cheeks.