Miss Q & A Intertalaktic 2019 has truly been one of the most exciting segments in It’s Showtime. Aside from the witty answers of the contestants, the romance-comedy act between Vice Ganda, Jackque “Ate Girl” Gonzaga and the pageant’s Kuya Escort has gripped us since the moment it began!
Among all the other Kuya Escorts that challenged the ViceJack love team, two of those handsome guys made a deep impact to all the madlang people. We’re talking about the current Kuya Escort Ion Perez and the one before him, Greg Hawkins.
As we can remember, Greg is the model who immediately captured everyone’s heart in his first few weeks of being Miss Q & A’s Kuya Escort. Although we can plainly see and he also admits that he isn’t that good when it comes to speaking in the Filipino language, Greg has entertained us by trying to have such comical banters with Vice. He made us all ‘kilig’ not just with his handsome face but by letting us see how gentleman he is towards the Unkabogable Star. Unfortunately, his stay on It’s Showtime was cut short. Telling us the reason why he had to disappear in the show in an interview with ABS-CBN News, Greg said he has to work on his working permit so he can stay and work longer here in our country.
Meanwhile, the current Kuya Escort Ion Perez introduced himself to us well and made us love him in a different way. Filling in Greg’s absence, Ion easily won our hearts too not only with his charming looks but also by how he can manage to show us his funny side whenever the spotlight is on him. He didn’t just try to win Vice’s heart by words, he even tries to top off Jackque’s talent in dancing!
Greg and Ion seem to be the top two gorgeous men who have won the hearts of the noontime viewers. They even showed us that they are good friends through Greg’s Instagram post during a Christmas Party with It’s Showtime family recently.
Indeed, both Greg and Ion made their own mark on the show. And if ever Greg shows up again on the show and challenges Ion’s closeness with Vice, it will all boil down to Vice’s choice. Will Vice still hold on to the past or will Vice let the present matter more?