Vice Ganda ‘scorns’ Anne Curtis’ singing: ‘Nag-concert pa, andaming nabudol’
Vice Ganda did not mince words when he gave Anne Curtis an earful during the “Tawag ng Tanghalan” segment on “It’s Showtime” yesterday, Feb. 5.
Vice Ganda and Curtis were asking a contestant if he had ever courted a girl or fallen in love seriously, to which he answered no. Vice Ganda then broke out into Janet Jackson’s “Let’s Wait Awhile” and was joined by Curtis.
It did not take long before Vice Ganda stopped singing, however, and called out Curtis for joining him.
“May ganyan talaga, meron tayong isang kaibigan na yung tayo yung makakaisip ng kanta, sisimulan natin, tapos bababuyin niya yung favorite part,” Vice Ganda said with a feigned annoyed voice.
“Parang mag-ka-karaoke kayo, ikaw maghahanap sa listahan, ikaw magpipindot dun, pag tumugtog, kukunin mo yung mic tapos sasabayan ka…”
A laughing Curtis defended herself and told Vice Ganda it’s because she knew all his favorite songs.
“Ganun talaga, ganun talaga, alam ko lahat ng gusto mong kanta eh, gusto ko din yun,” she said before turning to the contestant. “But there’s no need to rush, yun lang naman yung message ni ate Vice.”
“Take it slow,” Vice Ganda told the contestant. “Alam mo yung kantang ‘So Slow?’”
Curtis then interrupted him to sing “So Slow” by Freestyle, which “irked” Vice Ganda even more.
“Diba ako yung nakaisip? Inisip ko yun kasi gusto ko ngang kantahin tapos inunahan ako…”
He then egged Curtis on to sing the song as she said she already knew how to harmonize. As the audience applauded her rendition, Vice Ganda cut her off and told her to stop.
“Tama na, yang mga palakpak niyo nagpapalakas ng loob niya at naniniwala tuloy siyang ang galing galing na niya!” Vice Ganda told the “madlang people.”
“Kakapalakpak niyo, nag-concert pa tuloy. Andaming nabudol nun ah, dalawang oras nakikinig ka ng ganun.”
“Hoy maganda na boses ko noh,” Curtis said in defense.
“Nung simula ang saya,” Vice Ganda said. “Pero bandang gitna nakita ko andami nang nag-ni-nailcutter, umuwi kami yung Araneta punong-puno ng kuko.”
Vice Ganda was referring to Curtis’ last concert, “Anne Kulit”, which she held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Aug. 18, 2018, to mark her 21 years in the entertainment industry. Although not really a singer, Curtis sure loves to sing, and has gone on to headline past concerts such as AnneBisyosa back in 2012 and AnneKapal in 2014. /ra
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