WATCH: Baeby Baste’s Zumba skills shine in Universal Studios Japan
Child star Sebastian Benedict “Baeby Baste” Granfon Arumpac, showed off his dancing skills in Universal Studios Japan recently, capturing the hearts of the theme park’s staff in the process.
The official Instagram page of Baeby Baste managed by his mother, Mama Shiela, posted videos of the youngest host of noontime TV show “Eat Bulaga” on Saturday, Nov. 3. He can be seen eagerly moving to the beat during the Festa de Parade of the theme park.
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Clad in a skeleton Halloween costume, Baeby Baste seemed to have caught the hearts of the theme park’s staff who appeared delighted with his enthusiasm. He and his younger brother Samsam followed the steps taught by one of the staff with ease.
Of course, their Universal Studios Japan visit will not be complete without them meeting the famous characters featured in the theme park. The brothers were over the moon after encountering minions Bob and Stuart.
Baeby Baste and Samsam even got a hug from Woody Woodpecker.
Baeby Baste looked up in amazement upon encountering a dinosaur.
The boys next had some spooky fun interacting with zombies.
While Samsam seemed to enjoy meeting three versions of Sadako from the horror film “The Ring”, Baeby Baste appeared to be wondering what exactly he got himself into.
Mama Shiela also shared how the boys had fun experiencing Japan’s public transport. To make sure Baeby Baste and Samsam behave while waiting for the train to come, she and husband Papa Sol brought strollers with them.
Family vacations are not complete without family photos to treasure.
“Dear Baste, thank you for taking us to places we’ve never been before,” Mama Shiela lovingly wrote. “Thank you for this wonderful experience [my boy], we owe this happiness [from] you, [son].” JB
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