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New weekday morning habit

It has been said a million times over that laughter is the best medicine.  But with the phenomenal Lolas around, laughter can be heightened to a sense of positive wellbeing.  

Lola Nidora, Lola Tinidora, and Lola Tidora were first brought to the TV screen via Eat Bulaga’s “Kalyeserye,” which also featured ALDUB or Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza.  In that afternoon segment, the three Lolas became household names, and even became well known in social media, making the trio a stellar success among the young and old alike, in and out of the country.

BEAUTIFUL LOLAS. (From left) Paolo Ballesteros, Wally Bayola, and Jose Manalo take their popular “Kalyeserye” characters in a new late morning talk show
The Lolas were human representations of clean fun and age-old values that never run out of style among Filipinos.  They can talk to the older set and remind them lessons on life as well as engage the millennials in a lesson or two about adulting.  Suffice to say that “relatability” among viewers is indeed the Lolas’ primary asset, making them the most sought-after trio that can “speak” to the hearts and minds of most Filipinos—as simple as turning sadness into positive vibes. They have set a standard on trends as well. Who would ever forget Lola Nidora’s “Babala!” or Lola Tidora’s “Whooo!” and who would not recall Lola Tinidora’s comic dance to “Mambo No.5”? 

Surely, these are some of the things that the viewers miss in Eat Bulaga. But because of insistent viewers’ demand, the Lolas are finally returning on television.

All of these antics plus A-List guest celebrities will surely fill up those weekday longings for laughter in a new talk show featuring the three Lolas!

So catch your daily dose of fun and laughter with The Lolas’ Beautiful Show, Mondays to Fridays,11:30 a.m. on GMA-7.

Topics: Lola Nidora , Lola Tinidora , Lola Tidora , The Lolas’ Beautiful Show , Alden Richards , Maine Mendoza , AlDub
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