Guest star Chad Kinis started the fun night impersonating the King of Talk Boy Abunda’s hosting style. He then boldly talked about his facial skin texture and hair loss condition. The comedian doesn’t mind getting teased for having such ‘flaws’ and he even makes fun of himself, “chad-chad [tadtad] ng taghiyawat,” he quipped when asked about his screen name’s origin. Although he started off with a feminine alias, “Blossoms”, taken from a member of the popular cartoon trio, The Powerpuff Girls.
According to Chad, he used to have thick hair and he even sported a hairstyle parted in the middle, popularly known in the Pinoy pop culture as cachupoy, worn by ‘90s heartthrobs like Wowie de Guzman. But Chad began to suffer from hair loss when his parents passed away until he became completely bald.
The talented performer started wearing wigs when he joined It’s Showtime’s Miss Q & A Intertalaktic 2019 where he finished as a second runner-up. He then became more fascinated to hair with flamboyant colors, as inspired by the Unkabogable Star Vice Ganda’s constantly evolving hairstyles. To avoid hassle, Chad opted to have his wig permanently attached on the scalp using a special type of adhesive which lasts for until three weeks.
Tito Boy felt for Chad’s dilemma, saying his hair loss condition is mainly due to genetic factors. The veteran host tried to pull Chad’s wig and proved that it is indeed strongly fixed. This new trend in wig application is offered in salons nationwide.