Young actress Gabbi Garcia recently unboxed her Gold Play Button from YouTube, an award content creators get after gaining over one million subscribers on the video-sharing platform.
The 21-year-old singer-actress started her channel in 2017. With the help of her boyfriend Khalil Ramos, Gabbi produces a variety of content ranging from her daily routine to fashion, to song covers and house tours.
“This channel helps me a lot especially this quarantine. I’m able to communicate with my fans, it keeps me busy, and sane at the same time, because the channel serves as my outlet. And the viewers seem to love the unscripted side of me, which they see in the videos that I upload on the channel,” Gabbi shared with Manila Standard Entertainment during an online interview.
With collaboration between celebrities and content creators becoming a fad these days, the actress lists top YouTuber Mimiyuuuh as one of the digital personalities that she wants to work with.
“Super fan ako ni Mimiyuuuh. Pasok sa akin lahat ng jokes niya, and I’d like to have a collab with Erwan Heussaff because I have a big crush on him,” Gabbi gushed and jested that Anne Curtis’ husband would have to cook for her if they were to work on a YouTube content.
She also includes couple Slater Young and Kryz Uy on her list mainly for their impressive “skypod” since she is a big fan of condo and house tour videos.
Meanwhile, Gabbi and the cast of All-Out Sundays return to the studio with exciting new segments and all-out performances beginning today.
After several months of taping All-Out Sundays: The Stay Home Party remotely from their homes, Kapuso viewers’ favorite Sunday barkada is more than ready to extend the fun and excitement as they head back to the studio for the first time since quarantine.
“We are so excited to work in the studio but of course we are observing anti-COVID-19 protocols alongside other precautionary measures,” Gabbi shares.
For their opening number Gabbi will be part of an explosive prod featuring performances from Alden Richards, Miguel Tanfelix, Kyline Alcantara, Ruru Madrid, Derrick Monasterio, and Mark Bautista, followed by heart-stopping production numbers from The Clash graduates - Jeremiah Tiangco, Thea Astley, Garrett Bolden, XOXO, and Golden Cañedo, the Clash Masters Julie Anne San Jose and Rayver Cruz, the Clash Journey Hosts Ken Chan and Rita Daniela, and the Clash Judges - Aiai delas Alas, Christian Bautista and Lani Misalucha.
Meanwhile, an exciting brand-new game called ”Pasa Mode” where two celebrity teams – Rayver Cruz and Kyline Alcantara versus Bianca Umali and Ruru Madrid – compete on a series of fun relay games with their Ka-Taong Bahay Home Partners - Ysabel Ortega and Ashley Ortega, respectively.
And finally, the All-Out Stage welcomes the trio Budakhel - Bugoy Drilon, Daryl Ong and Michael Pangilinan as they showcase their vocal prowess and belt out the best of Boyz II Men songs.
All-Out Sundays simulcasts on TV and online, at 12:00 noon.
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