GMA Network invites viewers to spread love wholeheartedly via its 2017 Christmas Station ID dubbed, “Buong Pusong MaGMAhalan Ngayong Pasko,” now airing on its TV channel.
This Yuletide season, the Kapuso Network helps bring to mind that any act of kindness, no matter how simple, can make a huge difference when it comes from the heart.
Shot on various locations in Metro Manila, provinces, and abroad, GMA’s Christmas Station ID, which premiered on Nov. 6 after Super Ma’am, features a series of heart-warming scenes of unsuspecting Filipinos receiving heartfelt surprises from Kapuso personalities.
Mel Tiangco and Mike Enriquez, who went to separate locations, shared their thoughts on their gratifying experiences. “It’s always heart-warming to be with our televiewers. Kapag nasa 24 Oras, kapag nasa Magpakailanman ako, hindi ko sila nakakadaupang-palad. Pero ngayong kasama natin sila, I feel their warmth,” said Mel.
“Masarap talagang magbigay ng kasiyahan, lalo na kapag Pasko. Masarap talagang magbigay, period,” shared Mike who went to a public market.
Meanwhile, the hosts of the longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga surprised their solid dabarkads. “Kakaiba ito dahil kahit na lagi naming ginagawa ito sa pagsugod sa barangay, kakaiba ito kasi si lola, 105 years old na! Ang daming kuwento!,” said Joey De Leon. “Kami po’y nagpapasalamat sa ating mga kasama sa GMA dahil binigyan kami ng pagkakataong makasama sila,” Sen. Tito Sotto added.
Jessica Soho, along with other Kapuso personalities, went to share the love with the true heroes in the classroom. She said, “Kailangang pasalamatan natin sila every chance we get dahil napakadakila ng ating mga teacher.”
Adding amusement to the festive atmosphere of the station ID is the theme song “Magmahalan Nang Buong-Puso,” performed by Alden Richards, Mikee Quintos, Nar Cabico, Maricris Garcia, Aicelle Santos, and Julie Anne San Jose. The jingle was released online on Oct. 30.
To watch the full version of the Kapuso 2017 Christmas Station ID, visit www.gmanetwork.com/entertainment and follow GMA’s official accounts on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram via the handle @gmanetwork.
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