Vice Ganda's fans got the chance to celebrate Valentine's Day in an unconventional way when they trooped to the Big Dome for Pusuan Mo si Vice Ganda sa Araneta. Nagmahal, Nasaktan, Nagconcert.
The almost three-hour show, which was reportedly attended by 12,000 people, was divided into three segments namely: Nagmahal, Nasaktan, and Nagmove-on.
But of the many moments and guests including Daniel Padilla, Awra, Michael Pangilinan, Kris Lawrence, Daryl Ong, and Maja Salvador, five portions truly stood out.
Inspired by NBA's famous kisscam wherein couples would have to kiss once the camera was trained on them, Vice Ganda's team even caught real life couple Eddie Gutierrez and Annabelle Rama on the kisscam. Apparently, the two were celebrating their anniversary during that night. Aside from them, the cam also caught the infamous comedian Chocokoleit, whom Vice poked fun at due to his viral kissing video.
2. Showdown with Awra
Vice;s dance showdown with his "anak" Awra is an undeniable scene-stealer with all the throws and stunts that they did. Vice later on shared that he was initially hesitant to do those death-defying dance moves and that it was Awra who said that they can do all of them.
3. No holds barred banter
Halfway through his concert, Vice joked that only 15 minutes of his show would probably make it to the ABS-CBN Sunday Special given the sexual content. Vice even likened his fifth major show as to comedy bars where sarcasm, green jokes, and below-the-belt ripostes are rampant.
4. Daniel Padilla's number
Known for performing ballads and OPM, Daniel shocked those who went to Vice's concert by belting the Radiohead 1992 alternative rock song "Creep." The song got Daniel showing a different side of his musicality which many thought was a prelude to his upcoming concert this year.
5. Spoken word piece
Vice's heartfelt spoken word piece got many amazed and saddened at the same time. The piece, without revealing names, talked about the pain of having a secret romance with someone as public as himself. The almost eight-minute piece left Vice in tears while the audience applauded loudly.