Eat Bulaga!

Eat Bulaga!

Present logo of Eat Bulaga!
Created byTelevision and Production Exponents (TAPE) Inc.
StarringTito Sotto
Vic Sotto
Joey de Leon
and others
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s)Tagalog and English
No. of episodesunknown
Production
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running timeApprox. 1.5 hours (Monday - Friday)
2.5 hours (Saturdays)
Broadcast
Original channelRadio Philippines Network
Picture format480i SDTV
Original runJuly 30, 1979 – present
Chronology
Preceded byKalatOg! Pinggan (ABS-CBN)
Salo-Salo Together (SST) (GMA Network)
Followed byStudent Canteen (RPN)
'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila (ABS-CBN)
External links
http://www.eatbulaga.tv eatbulaga.tvOfficial website]
IMDb profile


Eat Bulaga! is a local noon-time variety show in the Philippines produced by the Television And Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE) of Malou Fagar and Tony Tuviera. The program is the longest-running variety show on Philippine television. It also holds the Philippine record of all-time number of live TV episodes. (Bulaga means "surprise" in Tagalog, although it should not be taken as the literal translation of the word surprise; its closest English equivalent is Peek-a-boo!)

It is aired six days a week on early afternoons. The studio is located in Broadway Centrum, New Manila, Quezon City (near San Juan, Metro Manila).

History

Eat Bulaga premiered on July 30, 1979 on Radio Philippines Network at Broadcast City, Diliman, Quezon City.

RPN outsourced the idea to TAPE. At that time, comic troika Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon were the most popular movie comedians. They were hired together with Chiqui Hollman and Richie Reyes (a.k.a. Richie d' Horsie) as co-hosts.

The TV program innovated numerous concepts on Philippine television which were copied by rival TV programs. It moved from one station to another without losing its TV audience. Moreover, it is consistently recognized with awards from the local and foreign press and other organizations.

In 1989 due to the sequestration of RPN, the show moved to ABS-CBN along with other TAPE-produced shows Agila, Coney Reyes on Camera (once from RPN but moved to IBC) and Okay Ka Fairy Ko (from IBC) and helped strengthen the network's programming. The premiere telecast of Eat Bulaga on their new home was on February 18, 1989 and for this momentous event, the show was staged at the Araneta Coliseum.

In 1992, Tito Sotto left the show after he ran successfully for a Senate seat. He became the topnotch senator during the May elections, which saw Fidel V. Ramos winning the presidency. However, despite leaving the show, he still managed to appear on special occasions. Sotto was able to serve 2 terms in the Senate, from 1992–1998, and 1998–2004. In his last year at the Senate, he went back to "Bulaga" on a weekly basis (usually on Saturdays).

The show once again moved to another network, this time on GMA Network due to the fact that ABS-CBN wanted to buy the airing rights of "Eat Bulaga" from TAPE, Inc. When the group led by Tony Tuviera and Malou Choa-Fagar reneged on the proposed deal, the Kapamilya Network kicked "Bulaga" and its sister shows "Valiente" and Okay Ka, Fairy Ko from its roster of shows and decided to reformat its Sunday-only show Sa Linggo nAPO Sila into a week-long show, 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila. "Eat Bulaga" premiered on GMA on January 21, 1995, again at the Araneta Coliseum. The transfer of this show to GMA marked the comeback of Tito, Vic, and Joey to their home station, GMA.

Eat Bulaga! celebrated its 25th year on television in October 2004 at the Expo Amphitheater in Clarkfield, Angeles City, Pampanga, making it the longest-running television show in the Philippines. The television special was attended by an estimated 60,000 spectators and enjoyed the highest daytime TV rating in the Philippines. The special was cited as winner in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore on December 1, 2005. The said event was also hailed as the most successful television event on Philippine TV and was narrowly matched only by the 1st Starstruck Final Judgement.

In December 2004, the contract to air the show on GMA Network was extended until December 29, 2009.

Over the years, there has been talk that "Eat Bulaga" will transfer back to ABS-CBN or move to Associated Broadcasting Company (ABC) every time their blocktime contract with GMA Network expired (2002 and 2004) but in the previous interviews, GMA executives led by Atty. Felipe Gozon and Jimmy Duavit have expressed their desire to keep the show for as long as they can. Main host Joey de Leon on the other hand, is also considered as an important factor to "Bulaga"'s stay in GMA since he has been fiercely loyal to the station and his efforts have been rewarded. He is considered as a key asset to the Kapuso Network.

Eat Bulaga is considered by many as an institution because they have made many big stars out of many newcomers, and also because it has been identified as a Filipino way of life as described by Tony Tuviera when they defeated MTV's Tsunami aid special at the Asian Television awards.

In 2006, the SexBomb Girls left the show due to some misunderstanding.

In January 2007, Gladys Guevarra resigned from the show -- the reason for her departure is that she must undergo therapy. In May 2007, the casting for the show was affected when three of its hosts, Tito Sotto, Anjo Yllana and Teri Onor ran for public office. Sotto and Yllana were re-electionists for Senate and Paranaque Vice Mayor respectively. However they lost to more formidable opponents. Only Onor (real name Dexter Dominguez) won a seat as Vice Mayor of his hometown in Abucay, Bataan. Moreover, the line-up of hosts for "Bulaga" was reduced after some hosts either resigned or ended contract. In July 2007, Eat Bulaga unveiled its new stage design. Though Eat Bulaga has been outrated many times by their competitors, they continue to regain their lead in the ratings race -- a very strong proof of their might as an institution.

Popular segments

Eat Bulaga! theme song

The current theme is as follows:

In Filipino

Mula Batanes Hanggang Jolo
Saan ka man ay halina kayo
Isang libo't isang tuwa
Buong bansa. .. Eat Bulaga!


Jazz Verse (Julia Clarete, Ciara Sotto, Pia Guanio, Janno Gibbs):
Sina Tito, Vic, at Joey
Barkada'y dumarami
Ooooh silang lahat ay nagbibigay
Ligaya sa ating buhay


Reggae Verse (Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola):
Buong bansa ay nagkakaisa
Sa tuwa't saya na aming dala


Pop Verse (EB Babes, Sugar Mercado, Mr. Pogi's):
Isang libo't isang tuwa
Isang Bayan
Nagkakaisang mamamayan
Buong bansa. ..


Rap Verse (Michael V, Francis Magalona):
Eat Bulaga!
Ito na humanda ang lahat
Sa dami ng papalag hindi mapapahamak
Tatlong bituin at isang araw
Sa Luzon, sa Visayas, sa Mindanao
Isa lang ang isinisigaw


Rock Verse (Vic Sotto, Joey De Leon):
Isang libo't isang tuwa
Buong bansa (buong mundo!)... Eat Bulaga!!!


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From Batanes down to Jolo
Wherever you are come join us
One thousand and one laughs
The whole nation, Eat Bulaga!


Rap Verse:
Bulagaan every noontime gets hotter
Always imitated because it's full of gimmicks
In your heart brings nothing but happiness
The whole nation, come watch us


The whole nation is united
In the happiness that we bring
One thousand and one laughs
The whole nation, Eat Bulaga!


Tito, Vic and Joey
The gang is growing
All of them bring
Happiness in our lives


The whole nation is united
In the laughter and happiness that we bring
One thousand and one laughs
The whole nation, Eat Bulaga!

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The original theme was launched in 1982 and was co-written by Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon and arranged by Homer Flores, after Coney Reyes defected to Eat Bulaga from Student Canteen, which was preceded by the defection of Chiqui Hollman to Student Canteen. It goes:

Mula Aparri Hanggang Jolo
Saan ka man ay halina tayo
Isang libo't Isang tuwa
Buong bansa. .. Eat Bulaga


Sina Tito, Vic at Joey
Kasama pati si Coney
Silang apat ay nagbibigay
Ligaya sa ating buhay


Buong bansa ay nagkakaisa
Sa tuwa't saya na aming dala
Isang libo't isang tuwa
Buong bansa. .. Eat Bulaga!


When Aiza Seguerra joined the show in 1988, the second and third lines of the second stanza now goes "Si Aiza at si Coney/Silang lahat ay nagbibigay" (Aiza and Coney/They all give). The second and third lines of the stanza were still in effect even when Coney left the show in 1991 and some artists like Jimmy Santos, Christine Jacob, Ruby Rodriguez, Lady Lee and the late Rio Diaz have been added to the "Bulaga" cast.

When Eat Bulaga! transferred to GMA Network, it changed the second line of the second stanza and omitted the names of Aiza and Coney from the lyrics, in response to the growing cast of Eat Bulaga!. Thus the familiar line now goes like this: "Barkada'y dumarami" (The gang is growing). It also omitted the word "Appari" to "Batanes". However in 2003, that line was omitted when the SexBomb Girls did their own version of the Eat Bulaga theme. The line became "Buong tropa ay kasali" (The whole troop is included). But when the show revised the theme in time for its 25th anniversary in 2004 (rearranged by Louie Ocampo), where the whole Eat Bulaga! cast sang, the line "Barkada'y dumarami" was included back in the lyrics.

Hosts

Current co-hosts

Previous co-hosts

  • Chiqui Hollman (1979–1988)
  • Coney Reyes (1982–1991) (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Helen Vela (deceased)
  • Helen Gamboa
  • Charo Santos (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Tessie Tomas
  • Ces Quesada
  • Christine Jacob (moved to Q)
  • Rio Diaz (deceased) (1990–1996)
  • Grasya aka Samantha Lopez
  • Vanna Vanna
  • Joyce Jimenez
  • Iza Calzado
  • John Prats (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Pops Fernandez
  • Sharon Cuneta (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Kris Aquino (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Ogie Alcasid
  • Plinky Recto
  • Nova Villa (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Donita Rose (stayed with ABS-CBN)
  • Angela Luz
  • Sunshine Cruz
  • Jao Mapa
  • Onemig Bondoc
  • Robin da Roza
  • Illac Diaz
  • Ruffa Gutierrez (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Kristine Florendo

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  • Bikoy Baboy (mascot)
  • Jaya
  • Michelle Van Eimeren
  • Fire (Ana Garcia and Soraya Sinsuat)
  • Inday Garutay
  • Mickey Ferriols
  • Bea Bueno
  • Camille Ocampo
  • Sunshine Dizon
  • Rey Pumaloy - Aminin segment
  • Lady Lee
  • Dingdong Dantis (impersonator of actor hunk Dingdong Dantes) (2001–2003)
  • Marvin Valdoria
  • Lalaine Edson (2000)
  • Derek Ramsay (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Phoemela Barranda (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Nadine Schimdt (winner from the segment TV Babes)
  • Gemma Neque Fitzgerald (winner from the segment TV Babes who was now a Pinoy Dream Academy product) (migrated to Australia) (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Sherilyn Reyes
  • Angelu De Leon (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Isabel Granada
  • Bobby Andrews (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Jericho Rosales (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Stefanie Walmsley
  • Cogie Domingo
  • Danilo Barrios
  • Steven Claude Goyong
  • Dindin Llarena
  • Lana Asanin
  • Leila Kuzma (resigned)
  • Alicia Mayer
  • Toni Gonzaga (moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Edgar Allan Guzman (2006–2007) (contract in the show ended)
  • Mark Ariel Fresco (2006–2007) (contract in the show ended)
  • Ryan Julio (2006–2007) (contract in the show ended)
  • Sugar Mercado (2001–2003 as a SexBomb Girl, 2006–2007 as a host)
  • K Brosas (2001–2003)
  • Gladys Guevarra (resigned, 2001–2007)
  • Janno Gibbs (resigned from the show due to additional TV assignments, 2002–2007)
  • Ciara Sotto
  • Cindy Kurleto (will relocate to Peru)

SexBomb Girls

Main article: SexBomb Girls
The SexBomb Girls were an all-girl group that performed dance skits. Last March 2006, they were dropped from the show following a dispute between their manager and the show's producers.
  • Rochelle Pangilinan (1999— ) (only member that survived from 1999— )
  • Jopay Paguia (2000— ) (third senior member of SexBomb Girls)
  • Izzy Trazona (2001— )
  • Evette Pabalan (2001— ) (married & inactive due to her pregnancy)
  • Weng Ibarra (2001— ) (married & inactive in Eat Bulaga! but seen on Daisy Siete)
  • Cheche Tolentino (2001— )
  • Aira Bermudez (2000— ) (second senior member of SexBomb Girls and chosen leader if Rochelle Pangilinan leave the group in the future)
  • Grace Nera (2001— )
  • Mhyca Bautista (2004— )
  • Louise Bolton (2004— )
  • Jovel Palomo (2004— )
  • Danielle Ramirez (2004— )
  • Mia Pangyarihan (2001— )
  • Jacky Rivas (2002— )
  • Cherry Ann Rufo (2004— )
  • Aifha Medina (2003— )
  • Sunshine Garcia (2002— ) (chosen lead actress for Daisy Siete when Rochelle Pangilinan leaves the group in the future)
  • Johlan Veluz (2003— )
  • Cynthia Yapchingco (2003–2007)
  • Kryz Moreno (2007— )
  • Charm Saldun (2007— )
  • Alice Almocera (2007— )
  • Sandy Tolentino (2001–2005, 2006— )
  • Mae Acosta (2001–2005, 2007— )

Dispute with Eat Bulaga!

The SexBomb Girls (both dancers and singers) rebelled and stayed away from working on Eat Bulaga when one of the show's producers hired Sugar Mercado and promoted her heavily after her contract with Joy Cancio, the girl group's manager, had expired. Cancio claimed she decided to take the famous group off the show in protest of the said decision. There are even speculations that the producers manipulated a plan to remove the group from Eat Bulaga, most likely due to salary issues.

As a result, media sources reported that the SexBomb Girls are being hired by rival network ABS-CBN to star in their recently-revived Wowowee noontime show, but Cancio denied the report and stressed that the band still has a long term contract with GMA Network, especially with regard to the hit afternoon drama show Daisy Siete.

The producer of Eat Bulaga accepted a texted apology from Cancio, but also said the time was right to move on. A return to Eat Bulaga by the SexBomb Girls was then thought to be unlikely, and they have since been replaced by the EB Babes.

Return of the SexBomb Girls

On December 16, 2006, the SexBomb Girls appeared on Eat Bulaga for the first time after nine months during the "Give Love on Christmas Day" portion with a song and dance number. Former SexBomb Girl Sugar Mercado joined the girls in the said number and some Eat Bulaga hosts were happy to see them again. And on March 12, the SexBomb Girls returned as regulars once again but they'll appear only twice a week (every Mondays and Fridays).

EB Babes (Eat Bulaga! Babes)

The dispute between SexBomb Girls' manager and the show's producers have paved way for the birth of another new all-female group, the EB Babes. They are set to fill the slot of the SexBomb Girls which quited due to some problems with their manager. An intensive reality-based search for deserving young and talented girls was set in the show, and the winners were given a contract and they are now part of the daily noontime show. The EB Babes are:

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  • Mae dela Cerna (Barbie Doll Babe)
  • Kim Guevarra (Model Babe)
  • Mergene Maranan (Killer-Smile Babe)
  • Madel Palma (Flexy Babe)
  • Belle Rivera (Angelic Voice Babe)

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  • Angel Coronel (Goddess Babe)
  • Saida Diola (Exotic Babe)
  • Ann Boleche (Dancing Diva Babe)
  • Lian Paz (Seductive Babe)
  • Joyce Burgos (Flawless Babe)

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SexBomb vs. EB Babes

The two groups are finally met each other in a showdown last February 3, as requested by the public, especially the fans of both groups, and Eat Bulaga has gained a rating, as much as high of 31.2% on that day. Even though there are some issues that they are fighting during that encounter, but both groups says that it's a part of that showdown, so there's no such fighting between them. Rumors that there is such a rematch between the two groups, but according to Sexbomb Girls in a recent TV interview, there will be no rematch with them for a while, even that they returned in Eat Bulaga on a twice-a-week basis since March 12, to prevent such commotions between them, for example, the SexBombs are seen on Mondays and Fridays, while the EB Babes are also seen on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Rival programs

TV ShowTV NetworkYears CoveredTV HostsStatus
Student Canteen
ABS-CBN
1979–1984 (Student Canteen started in 1975)Eddie Ilarde, Bobby Ledesma, Coney Reyes, Helen Vela et al.defunct
Kuntodo Pakulo!MBS1982–1983Jackie Lou Blanco et al.defunct
Student Canteen (reformat)GMA Network1984–1986 (Student Canteen started in 1975)Eddie Ilarde, Bobby Ledesma, Chiqui Hollman, Jackie Lou Blanco et al.defunct
PSTBBC21983–1986JC Bonnin et al.defunct
This is it!IBC1983–1984Jet Montilibano et. aldefunct
Lunch DateGMA Network1986–1988Chiqui Hollman, Rico Puno, Toni Rose Gayda, Orlando S. Mercado et al.defunct
Kalatog PingganABS-CBN1986–1989Herbert Bautista, Joey Marquez, Richard Gomez, Gretchen Barreto et al.defunct
Lunch Date (reformat)GMA Network1988–1990Chiqui Hollman, Randy Santiago, Toni Rose Gayda, Keno et al.defunct
Kalatog pa rinIBC1989Alma Moreno et al.defunct
Student CanteenRPN1989–1994'''Atoy Co, Bobby Ledesma, Eddie Ilarde, Jean Garcia, Francis Magalonaet al.defunct
Lunch Date (reformat)GMA Network1991–1993Pilita Corales, Randy Santiago, Toni Rose Gayda, Lito Pimentel et al.defunct
SST
Salo Salo Together
GMA Network1993–1995Randy Santiago, Dennis Padilla, Anjanette Abayari, Liezl Martinez, et al.defunct
Chibugan NaRPN1994–1996Hajji Alejandro, Rico J. Puno, Arnell Ignacio et al.defunct
'Sang Linggo nAPO SilaABS-CBN1995–1998APO Hiking Society et al.defunct
MTB
Magandang Tanghali Bayan
ABS-CBN1998–1999
1999–2002
Randy Santiago, John Estrada, Willie Revillame, Roderick Paulate, Amy Perez et al.defunct
Sabado Live!ABS-CBN1998–1999APO Hiking Society, Ara Mina, Mo Twister, et al.defunct
Esep-Esep!¹ABS-CBN1999Roderick Paulate, Amy Perez et al.defunct
Alas Dose sa 13IBC1999–2000Eddie Ilarde, Boots Anson-Roa et aldefunct
Lunch BreakIBC2001–2003Joy Viado, Earl Ignacio, Yam Ledesma, Hannagene Villame, Leonard Obal et al.defunct
MTB
Masayang Tanghali Bayan
ABS-CBN2002–2004Willie Revillame, Randy Santiago, John Estrada, Aubrey Miles, et al.defunct
MTB: Ang Saya-sayaABS-CBN2004–2005Arnel Ignacio, Edu Manzano, Aiai delas Alas, et al.defunct
Chowtime Na!IBC2004–2006Angelica Jones, Bobby Yan, Onemig Bondoc et al.defunct
Pilipinas, Game KNB?ABS-CBN2004—Kris Aquino (2004–March 2007), Edu Manzano (March 2007— )Active
WowoweeABS-CBN2005–2006
2006—
Willie Revillame, Mariel Rodriguez, Valerie Concepcion, Pokwang, Bentong, ASF DancersActive
Star Circle Summer Kid QuestABS-CBNFebruary 2006 – June 2006Luis Manzano and Anne Curtisdefunct


¹-Temporarily replaced Magandang Tanghali Bayan for one week due to the suspension imposed by the MTRCB on MTB hosts Randy Santiago, John Estrada, and Willie Revillame for using foul language during the show's airings.

Awards

  • Winner, Best Variety Show - PMPC Star Awards for Television (1989–2006)
  • Best Entertainment Program Winner "Eat Bulaga Silver Special" - 2005 Asian Television Awards in Singapore

See also

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