It’s Showtime brings its biggest anniversary celebration to date called “Sampu Sample,” a year-long festival of surprises that marks the program’s ten years of making Filipinos happy and invites all madlang people to not just have fun but also help in taking care of the environment and in making a difference.
The groups Little Warriors, Powered Iox, and Dancing Lolas performed on It's Showtime's Classic Showtime Tuesday, October 8.
The first act, Little Warriors from Navotas City, impressed the viewers with talent coming from young children. According to Hurado Joshua Zamora, the group has set the standard high thus, putting a lot of pressure to the next performers. "Parang mga pro na rin kayo gumalaw," Hurado Jayson Gainza added.
The next performance was made by the Powered Iox from Angono, Rizal, who performed with the theme "cannibal tribe." According to Hurado Sunshine Garcia, the concept was good and their dance moves were sharp.
While the first performance came from the younger generation, the last act was by the "Dancing Lolas" from Silang, Cavite. Their oldest member is aged 64. According to the group, they are offering their performance to a member of theirs whose husband just died. They moved like millennials, proving that age is just a number, according to former Manoeuvres member Joshua Zamora.