There's no doubt that In the past 11 years, It's Showtime has indeed fulfilled its sworn duty of making us all happy through the good vibes its gregarious family has consistently offered.
However, it's not only fun and laughter that filled our noontimes in the past years, but kilig as well! Thanks to the five top Kapamilya loveteams who made our hearts flutter with their remarkable performances on the show, as seen in this Kapamilya Spotlight video!
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla have proven that they're truly the King and Queen of Hearts as they never failed to thrill us in their each appearance together. From seemingly giving us a hint on the real deal between them via their duet of Imago's "Ewan" in 2017, they went on to finally confirming it a year after by singing Orange & Lemons' "Hanggang Kailan (Umuwi Ka Na Baby)" , which was among the OSTs of their top-grossing movie “The Hows Of Us.”
Almost every year, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil guested on It's Showtime on Valentine's Day to serenade us with their song numbers and simply mesmerize us with their mere presence. In 2017, they reminded us of the meaning of true love through their performance of Yeng Constantino's "Pag-ibig", while they eagerly invited us to watch their fantastic film “Alone/Together” last year.
Love Thy Woman stars Kim Chiu and Xian Lim really know how to serve their adoring shippers well as they consistently succeeded in making us kilig, such as when they laden their rendition of One Direction's "Perfect" with sweet gestures and when they shared in one mic (and almost kissed!) in their duet of the Chinita Princess' LSS-inducing hit "Mr. Right."
From simply making our hearts skip a beat when they sang "Mahal na Mahal" by Sam Concepcion, Loisa Andalio and Ronnie Alonte went on to enthrall us with their fun and special number that involved exhibiting their skills in aerial silk dance, especially Loisa who even had to move gracefully while in mid-air.
Last, but definitely not the least, is Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber who keep on delighting us with their every dance number on the noontime program. From bringing us back to the past decades through their "Dying Inside" dance cover to the vaudeville-inspired performance of Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself".
Which among these pairs you're looking forward on seeing again on the It's Showtime stage?