It’s time to say farewell to the wonderful year that was as GMA Network ushers in the New Year with a night filled with entertainment and festivities via The Kapuso Countdown to 2020: The GMA New Year Special at SM MOA, Seaside Boulevard, Pasay City tonight.
To kick off the year-long celebration of its 70th anniversary, the leading media network is treating its loyal fans to an exciting merry-making event hosted by no less than the brightest and biggest stars as they welcome 2020 with spectacular and world-class performances.
Leading the grand celebration is Alden Richards as he turns up the party with high energy dance production numbers and serenades the crowd with heartfelt melodies. Set to deliver a hot and fiery opening song and dance number is GMA’s powerhouse vocalist Julie Anne San Jose.
Bringing non-stop entertainment to the countdown special are Aicelle Santos, Mark Bautista, Katrina Halili, Kris Bernal, Rocco Nacino, Sanya Lopez, Sef Cadayona, Betong Sumaya, Kristoffer Martin, Jak Roberto, Migo Adecer, Klea Pineda, Kyline Alcantara, Arra San Agustin, P-POP Generation, and Buganda.
GMA Music recording artists Golden Cañedo, Hannah Precillas, Garrett Bolden, Jong Madaliday, and XOXO treat everyone with their show-stopping production numbers.
StarStruck Season 7’s Shayne Sava, Kim de Leon, Allen Ansay, Lexi Gonzalez and The Clash Season 2’s Jeremiah Tiangco, Thea Astley, Antonette Tismo, Nef Medina, andJeniffer Maravilla shall bring the house down with their explosive numbers on stage.
The Kapuso Network is also excited to share a sneak peek at big launches happening in the new year.
Pre-show begins at 8:00 p.m. and live telecast starts at 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on GMA.
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