Vice Ganda proved that he still has it by filling up Araneta Coliseum to the brim with his Vice Gandang Ganda Sa Sarili Eh Di Wow! concert on May 22.
During his fourth concert at the Big Dome which had an R-13 rating, Vice did bot hold back on his sarcastic and risqué brand of humor as he lambasted, hurled invectives, and spoke freely about sensitive things to his audience and to his slew of guests.
Among the stars who joined him in his show were Para Sa Hopeless Romantic star James Reid, his It’s Showtime co-hosts Porkchop and Ketchup also known as Billy Crawford and Vhong Navarro, comediennes Kakai Bautista and Beverly Salviejo, and singers Bugoy Drilon and Jovit Baldivino. He likewise had some banter—more of lambasting—with his audience members like Anne Curtis and Karylle.
As expected, Vice’s motormouth, aside from his “pasabog” costumes, was the highlight of the show. With that, Push listed down 10 of the most jaw-dropping lines that he uttered.
1. To Anne Curtis
“Hindi ko alam bakit gandang ganda kayo kay Anne eh ang laki laki naman ng bibig ng babaeng yan!”
Anne came to the event and had a catty off-stage exchange with Vice where they discussed the type of film and their favorite Disney Princesses which ended up with Anne belting a few lines of Frozen’s “Let It Go.”
2. To Jasmine Curtis
“Ah single pala ah!”
It was actually Jasmine’s Ate Anne who announced on the mic after her banter with Vice that her sister is single. It may be recalled that Jasmine’s breakup with boyfriend Sam Concepcion made headlines recently allegedly due to Anne’s disapproval of the latter.
3. To Vhong Navarro
“Tumestigo pa ako sayong hayop ka!”
This was perhaps the line that first shocked the audience. This was in reference to Vhong’s controversial case last year after he was assaulted by businessman Cedric Lee’s group.
4. To Vhong Navarro
“Ay oo mahilig ka naman talaga sa foods!”
As if the previous line wasn’t enough, Vice once again poked fun at Vhong’s previous case and the line “foods” which was in reference to what model Deniece Cornejo supposedly texted him before he went to her condominium in Taguig.
5. To Karylle
“Tignan mo 'yung damit niya akala mo ang bait bait sa harap pero pagtingin mo likod ayun pokpok pala!”
Despite being a “love team” one could almost always expect to hear a feisty comment from Vice about Karylle and the former’s concert wasn’t any different.
6. To the audience
“Marami na akong nakilalang lalaki... mga minahal ko, mga lalaking pinakilig ang tumbong ko...”
We don’t really want to assume here but perhaps a lot would agree that the last few words sound really familiar. One that involved Teen King Daniel Padilla and a leaked recording.
7. To Billy Crawford
“Bakit si Coleen lang ba ang nakakahawak niyan?”
In a totally funny segment, Vice gamely joked at touching the private parts of Vhong and Billy despite the two feeling awkward. While Billy didn’t budge when Vice tried to touch his, he reasoned out that his girlfriend Coleen was in the audience and could see what Vice was doing to him.
8. To the audience
“Hindi ko alam bakit kayo nagbayad ng halos P7,000 tapos itong mukhang ito lang ang gusto niyong makita niyo!”
At the start of his concert, Vice thanked the thousands who trooped to his sold-out concert and opted to spend time with him instead of having a good Friday night out somewhere else.
9. To James Reid
“May mga gwapong bulol no pero yung pagkabulol nila kinakagwapo nila pero kapag si Ryan Bang kasi iba ang dating!”
Being called by Vice himself “the star of the night” didn’t save the Fil-Australian hunky actor from being poked fun of the Gandang Gabi Vice host. Vice even elicited laughs due to his many attempts to speak in straight English with James, who as it turns out, understands Filipino well.
10. To the audience
“Kahit matabang-mataba ka pa ay okay lang, basta siguraduhin mo na ang pinangkakain mo ay hindi galing sa pinaghirapan ng mga kababayan mo.”
As part of his closing words for his audience, Vice, who’s very active in proclaiming his disgust for corruption, took a swipe at the corrupt officials who continue to serve their own interests and pocket the public’s money.