WATCH: Kisses Delavin in her ‘Eat Bulaga’ debut
Actress Kisses Delavin appeared on the noontime TV variety show “Eat Bulaga” yesterday, Dec. 18, weeks after she left ABS-CBN’s Star Magic.
Delavin appeared to first hint at her guesting on the Kapuso program last Tuesday, Dec. 17, via her Instagram post on the same day.
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“Gusto ko maging parte ng kahit isa sa iyong isang libo at isang tuwa,” she said, referring to a popular line from the variety show’s theme song.
(I want to be part of even one of your 1,001 happiness.)
The day after, “Eat Bulaga” revealed that Delavin would be appearing as a player in the program’s “Bawal Judgmental” segment, as seen on its Twitter post yesterday.
First time niya sa Eat Bulaga, maging tama kaya ang mga hula niya? Judgmental kaya siya?ADVERTISEMENT
Si Kisses Delavin ang maglalaro sa Bawal Judgmental mamaya! pic.twitter.com/4AF3cBgxIQ
— Eat Bulaga! (@EatBulaga) December 18, 2019
“First time niya sa Eat Bulaga, maging tama kaya ang mga hula niya? Judgmental kaya siya?” the TV show said.
(It is her first time on “Eat Bulaga,” will her guesses be correct? Is she judgmental?)
During her time on the program, Delavin met other Kapuso stars such as Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon and Paolo Ballesteros, as seen in a video posted on the show’s Facebook page yesterday.
First time sa Eat Bulaga, tama kaya ang mga hula ni Kisses Delavin? Punung-puno ng love ang December ng mga couples natin today! #BawalJudgmentalFull Episode: http://bit.ly/2sGlOsm
Posted by Eat Bulaga on Wednesday, December 18, 2019
After leaving Star Magic, Delavin signed a deal with All Access to Artists Inc. (Triple A) management, which is known to manage the careers of GMA artists Marian Rivera and Maine Mendoza.
Delavin rose to fame when she joined the reality TV show “Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky 7” in 2016, where she was named the Second Big Placer. Her latest projects include films “Loving in Tandem” and “Walwal.” /ra
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