Joey de Leon marks last day of ‘Eat Bulaga’ in Broadway Centrum with toilet humor
MANILA, Philippines – After 23 years in Broadway Centrum, Dabarkads Joey de Leon has marked the transfer of “Eat Bulaga” to the new APT Studios located in Cainta.
“The homily of Father Aly Barcinal, a parish priest of The Shrine of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus along Marcos Highway, was about GRATITUDE,” De Leon wrote on Tuesday in an Instagram post.
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The homily of Father Aly Barcinal, parish priest of The Shrine of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus along Marcos Highway, was about GRATITUDE. Eksakto today is our last day sa Broadway kaya SALAMAT our studio for the past 23 years! And thank you Mount Carmel Shrine at Broadway Avenue and the Carmel of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus at Gilmore for being around us!
The comedian said it’s fitting for “Eat Bulaga’s” last day in their old studio: “Eksakto today is our last day sa Broadway kaya SALAMAT our studio for the past 23 years!”
In a separate post, he also ended their “23-year stay at the Broadway Centrum with a TOILET HUMOR!”
On Wednesday, De Leon shared a photo posing in front of the new studio captioned: “PULA Aparri hanggang Jolo.”
When asked why the studio is red in color, De Leon said “Eh kasi Eat Bulaga is your DAILY RED! At yung lugar na nilipatan namin ay EAT na EAT talaga kasi CAIN-TA!”
De Leon also penned new lyrics for the “Eat Bulaga” theme song titled “Jeep Bulaga.”
He wrote, “Mula sa QC hanggang Cainta, yun na binyahe ng Eat Bulaga, walang preno saya’t tuwa, walang gusto na bumaba!” /jpv
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