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 country’s number one noontime show also looks back on its ten years by relaunching its well-loved classic segments.
In the Classic Showtime segment, which was launched last Tuesday, October 1, past performers once again graced the show’s stage.
The groups Mama's Boyz, Higher Level, Idols and Techno Jazz performed on Classic Showtime Weekly Finals Friday, October 4.
The first performer, Mama's Boyz from Sta. Mesa, Manila, gave a comedy dance that entertained the viewers.
"Isa kayo sa mga winner ko," Hurado Jason Zamora said.
The next performance was made by the Higher Level from Cavite who were the first ones to receive a standing ovation from the Hurados and the madlang people.
According to Hurado Louise delos Reyes, the group is a pride of Cavite and has shown the "walang takot" characteristic of Caviteños.
A contemporary performance to A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera's "Say Something" was given by the Idols from Antipolo City. Their act that circled around the theme "love for the arts" also earned a standing ovation.
The last production number was made by the Techno Jazz from Sampaloc, Manila who incorporated various death-defying stunts to their performance.