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‘Bubble Gang’s’ one-of-a-kind special presentation

GMA Network’s Bubble Gang, the country’s longest-running and multi-awarded gag show, continues to offer non-stop entertainment to Filipino viewers as they celebrate their 22nd anniversary.

Because of their unique, amusing and extraordinary parodies, sketches and gags about television commercials, famous personalities and current events, the Kapuso program is still the Filipinos’ favorite comedy program.

For this year, the cast of the well-loved comedy show offers a two-part TV special – the first part was aired on Nov. 17 and the second part tomorrow night 24 featuring a musical show entitled “Parokya Bente Dos: A Laugh Story”.

"Bubble Gang" senior cast member and Creative Director Michael V
It is the story of a simple guy named Buloy (Michael V.), a die-hard fan who has built his dreams around an actress, Birdie Aguila (Kim Domingo) and the countless adventures he had to go through in order to fulfill his life-long dream to be her leading man on and off screen.

The show features songs from one of the country’s favorite OPM bands, Parokya Ni Edgar.

Together with Bubble Gang’s Creative Director Michael V., the anniversary show features, apart from Domingo, Chariz Solomon, Valeen Montenegro, Antonio Aquitania, Boy 2 Quizon, Paolo Contis, Jackie Rice, Denise Barbacena, Lovely Abella, Sef Cadayona, Betong Sumaya, Mikael Daez, Arra San Agustin, Jak Roberto, Archie Alemana, Arny Ross, Mikoy Morales, Ashley Rivera, Analyn Barro,  Juancho Trivino, Jan Manual, James Macasero, Rodfil Obeso, Myka Flores, and Diego Llorico  playing multiple characters in this anniversary special.

                    

Topics: GMA Network , Bubble Gang , 22nd anniversary , Parokya Bente Dos: A Laugh Story , Michael V. ,
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