Every October, the It’s Showtime hosts entertain the madlang people with their incredible and unforgettable performances in Magpasikat.
This month, to celebrate the noontime variety show’s 10th anniversary, they will showcase their talent in more exciting and thrilling surprises, but before those, let us look back at their entertaining production numbers in 2012.
Anne Curtis and Karylle astounded the audience when they became circus performers. Their spectacular and heart-stopping circus performance, which paid tribute to the four elements of nature (land, fire, air, and water), included eating tamilok (or shipworm) and crickets, fire dancing, aerial acrobatics, and synchronized swimming.
Coleen Garcia and Eruption, together with Baby Joy Rendon, showed the different dances of New Zealand, India, Africa and the Philippines. Comedian Jon Santos, model Andy Smith, and dancer Gab Valenciano also participated in their performance.
Jugs Jugueta and Teddy Corpuz had the studio audience and other hosts dance to their own version of Psy’s “Gangnam Style.” The duo reworked the lyrics but retained the tune of the song and created “Epal Ang ‘Yong Style.” Child star Bugoy Cariño and actress Cristine Reyes also joined them in their extremely fun production number.
Team Kuya Kim-Ryan
Kuya Kim Atienza and Ryan Bang entertained the audience with a funny parody of Anne Curtis’s winning performance for Magpasikat 2011. Just like Anne, Ryan did pole dancing and aerial silk while on harness, and Kuya Kim was the microphone holder just like Jed Madela. Singer Angeline Quinto also had a special participation and sang “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing”.
Billy Crawford and Vhong Navarro performed an extremely futuristic dance number. Their performance showed different forms of illusion with the help of high-technology tricks. The pair also showed off their incomparable skills in dancing while performing an innovative dance with lights.
Vice Ganda and Jhong Hilario started their performance with a reenactment of a famous scene from “Soltera”. The duo also showcased their talent in singing, dancing and acting (through several funny skits). Kedebon of “X-Factor Philippines” and stand-up comedian Negi also joined them in their performance. Actor Paulo Avelino also had a surprise shirtless appearance that delighted the studio audience.
The groups were judged by a special set of celebrity hurados. The judges were talent managers Alfie Lorenzo and Cornelia Lee (or Tita Angge), actresses Eula Valdez and Maricel Soriano, and Jericho Rosales. At the end of the week, the teams of Anne and Karylle, Jugs and Teddy, and Billy and Vhong all received perfect scores from the judges and they were all declared as winners that year.