All-Out Sundays, GMA Networks’ musical-comedy variety show is having an explosive anniversary special today gathering its stars and performers to provide one-of-a-kind entertainment.
Kick-starting the special celebration is Alden Richards leading the grand opening number together with Rayver Cruz, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, Aicelle Santos, Miguel Tanfelix, Migo Adecer, Kyline Alcantara, Ruru Madrid, Mavy Legaspi, Jeremiah Tiangco, Thea Astley, Kim de Leon, Shayne Sava, with Rodjun Cruz, Jeniffer Maravilla, Jennie Gabriel, and Rochelle Pangilinan.
“It’s going to be super explosive, wonderfully explosive. The entire cast will be there. It’s been almost a year since we really went live in our studio so this is something big for us,” Senior Program Manager Ruth Mariñas told Manila Standard Entertainment in a virtual interview on Thursday.
“As soon as the lockdown was imposed, we didn’t stop, we tried to still provide the kind of entertainment the viewers deserve no matter how difficult our situation was. We adapted to the kind of situation we were in, even the artists had to learn new things to help produce the show. The fact that it’s been so long, of course by still following the allowable headcount, you can just imagine the excitement and the energy of the cast thinking that they’re finally able to go live in the studio,” Mariñas added.
Joining the celebration are the cast of current and upcoming GMA Network programs—Barbie Forteza of Anak Ni Waray vs. Anak ni Biday; Jeric Gonzales and Klea Pineda of Magkaagaw; Kristoffer Martin, Liezel Lopez, Dave Bornea, and Pauline Mendoza of Babawiin Ko Ang Lahat; and Centerstage judge Pops Fernandez.
Watch out for an all-out ‘Kantahan and Biritan’ in the newest segment “All-Star Assembly” featuring premier singers Mark, Aicelle, Jeremiah, Thea, Garrett Bolden, with Bugoy Drilon and Lani Misalucha.
Christian Bautista takes the spotlight in an all-out concert performance together with Markki Stroem and Nino Alejandro.
Bringing the ‘kilig’ feels are your favorite leading men dubbed as the “OG’s” - Rayver, Ruru, Miguel, Migo, and Jeric.
Setting the dance floor on fire are the country’s hottest dance icons—Rochelle, Miguel, Kyline, DJ Loonyo, Mannex Manhattan, Rodjun and Rayver.
Finally, don’t miss the premiere of All-Out Sundays’ latest musical-comedy segment entitled “Eternal Flame”—a heart-warming and hilarious love story set in the 80’s and as retold by a 72-year-old Billy to his young caretaker Mika, “Eternal Flame” features a talented cast namely Paolo Contis, Betong Sumaya, Kim de Leon, Lexi Gonzales, Althea Ablan, Denise Barbacena, Donita Nose, Philip Lazaro, and Glaiza de Castro.
“When we launch AOS, comedy was really part of the show, and it’s already part of our DNA. This sets us apart. This segment makes us different,” Mariñas underscored.
All-Out Sundays airs at 12:00 nn on GMA-7. Viewers abroad can also watch the program via GMA’s flagship international channel, GMA Pinoy TV.
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