Every year, the madlang people are looking forward to watch the amazing performances of the It’s Showtime hosts in the segment Magpasikat.
As we celebrate the noontime show’s 9th anniversary, let us do look back at the Magpasikat performances in 2011.
Anne Curtis' Pole Dancing and Aerial Silk
Anne Curtis entertained the audience when she showed off her skills in pole dancing and aerial silk. She also sang Adele’s “Someone Like You” while she was upside-down. She ended her performance with her very extraordinary version of Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing.” Singer Jed Madela also had a special participation as her moving microphone holder.
Billy Crawford's Magic Tricks
Billy Crawford began his performance by showing off his exceptional dance skills. He also did several magic tricks. During one of his tricks, he suddenly disappeared and out of nowhere, the late Master Showman German Moreno appeared on stage and surprised everyone with his famous line “Walang tulugan!”
Jugs & Teddy's Futuristic Number
Jugs Jugueta and Teddy Corpuz had a futuristic action-themed production number. Their innovative performance about the battle between two characters and their respective groups made use of different spectacular elements and effects.
Karylle 3-in-one production number
Karylle proved her versatility as a performer when she showed off her disk jockey skills, hip-hop dance skills and percussion skills in just one production number. She incorporated and made use of different beats and sounds in her performance.
Kuya Kim's Yesterday and Do-Re-Mi Mash-Up
Kuya Kim Atienza performed his own unique mash-up version of The Beatles’ “Yesterday” and the song “Do-Re-Mi” from “The Sound of Music”. He ended his performance by singing APO Hiking Society’s hit song “Do Bidoo” with two of its members, Jim Paredes and Buboy Garovillo.
Vice Ganda's “No Other Woman”- inspired skit
Vice Ganda entertained the audience with a “No Other Woman”-inspired skit with two other comedians, Pooh and Chokoleit. He was then joined by Derek Ramsay who appeared lying half-naked on a bed and they did an intense scene together. The Unkabogable Star ended his performance with an interpretative dance of “Now That You’re Gone” while doing several costume quick-changes.
The performances were judged by a special set of celebrity hurados. The judges were box-office film director Cathy Garcia-Molina, fashion stylist Liz Uy, entrepreneur Joel Cruz, and celebrity doctors Manny Calayan and Vicki Belo.
For Magpasikat 2011, Anne Curtis was proclaimed as the winner while Billy Crawford and Vice Ganda were the runners-up.