Anjo Yllana leaves ‘Eat Bulaga!’ after 21 years, will reportedly host new noontime show

/ 12:24 PM August 12, 2020
joey de leon and anjo yllana

Comedians Joey de Leon and Anjo Yllana (Image: Facebook/@anjo.yllana.5)

Anjo Yllana announced his departure from noontime show “Eat Bulaga!” after co-hosting it for 21 years.

“With a heavy heart… today Aug.11 2020… I submit my resignation,” he said on Facebook yesterday, Aug. 11.


He shared photos of him and his co-hosts, and in his post thanked them and the GMA 7 variety show.

“21 years and it was a blast,” he said.


With a heavy heart… today Aug.11 2020… I submit my resignation… thank you Dabarkads…thank you Eat Bulaga…21 years and it was a blast… Good Bye and all roads to your 50th🍾🏆😊👏🙏❤️👋

Posted by Anjo Yllana on Monday, August 10, 2020

As it turns out, he could be moving to another network, as per Inquirer Bandera yesterday.

Yllana is expected to host a new noontime show in Net 25, which is run by Eagle Broadcasting Corp., according to comedienne Kitkat Favia. She announced her signing with Net 25 on Monday, Aug. 10.

While the title of the show is still under wraps, Favia told Bandera the show could start airing around September or October.

Yllana has yet to make an announcement of his own about his new endeavor.  /ra



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