Drawing inspiration from the terrible experiences they and the rest of us have experienced especially during this pandemic, Vice Ganda and Kim Chiu reminded us that it’s definitely okay to grieve and that better days are coming through their fascinating Magpasikat number for It’s Showtime’s anniversary this year.
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Marking her Magpasikat debut as the newest edition to the family, the Chinita Princess proved why she’s hailed as one of the best actresses of her generation and as ASAP Natin ‘To’s “Queen of the Dance Floor” through her emotive and riveting performance as the Unkabogable Star’s partner.
As Vice and his straight alter-ego Viceral pierced our souls with their rendition of Linkin Park’s “In The End” and Madonna’s “Frozen”, Kim, who was wearing an embellished cream dress, was seen dancing with full emotions on a huge sandbox. Cladded in a glittery all-black ensemble with studded mesh face cover and long train with the word “GRIEF” emblazoned on it, the former surely was the representation of negative emotions.
On the next gap, Kim was seen dancing in a seemingly confined space with “grief” lingering on her, while Vice was singing the slowed down version of Kylie Minogue’s “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.” She then went on to throw red paint on the transparent film. As they went inside two separate boxes, a pre-taped video of them separately submerged in the water were flashed on the screen, signifying their reawakening.
With renewed hope, as represented by their change of costumes to white ensembles as they stepped of those boxes, Vice belted out Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons” while Kim and the other dancers were busting carefree moves.
Team Vice-Kim dedicates their Magpasikat performance for the Youth for Mental Health Coalition.