Comedian-host Vice Ganda is celebrating another social media milestone.
In his post on Wednesday, November 3, the It's Showtime host happily announced that he now has over 10 million followers on the photo-sharing app Instagram.
Posting a photo of himself, Vice wrote: "Ang totoong maganda maraming followers! Henay zenkyoooooowwww!!!!"
As of this writing, Vice has 10,000,328 followers on the said platform.
At over 10 million, the "Unkabogable Star" remains one of the top Filipino personalities on Instagram, alongside the likes of Anne Curtis (17.3m), Liza Soberano, (16.4m), and Kathryn Bernardo (16m).
Just last year, Vice was named one of the Top 100 Digital Stars in Asia by Forbes magazine.
The list features "100 singers, bands, film, and TV stars with a strong social media presence" in the Asia-Pacific region and who "have maintained their relevance" amid the COVID-19 pandemic and utilized their influence to help.
Aside from Vice, other Filipino celebrities who were included in the list were Anne Curtis, Kathryn Bernardo, Angel Locsin, Marian Rivera, Sarah Geronimo, and Kim Chiu.
Vice's latest social media achievement comes just weeks after he and his partner Ion Perez marked a new milestone in their relationship as they celebrated their third anniversary as a couple.
"3 years of not giving a f--- about other people’s thoughts and judgements. 3 years of just being unapologetically in love and happy. I love you Noy! And I love winning in life with you," wrote Vice in his previous post on Instagram.
It was in October 2019 when Vice first confirmed his relationship with Ion, after a "Magpasikat" performance on "It's Showtime".
In a recent episode of the Spotify podcast "Soundtrip with Jugs & Teddy," Vice gushed about the possibility of marrying Ion in the near future.
“Nae-excite na rin sa konsepto ng... oh my God one of these days baka magpakasal ako. Nae-excite din ako. Lalo na 'pag nararamdaman ko na ang daming nagsu-support sa love namin ni Ion sa isa't isa. Kinikilig ako,” he said.
Aside from marriage, the comedian also admitted that he now considers having a family of his own.
“Yeah. Kino-consider ko na talaga siya. Gusto ko na maging parent. Kasi dati, sabi ko, 'No, not my thing.' Hindi ko kayang mag-alaga ng bata. Tapos eventually nag-grow sa akin yung pagkagusto ko sa bata dahil sa 'Showtime', dahil sa Star Cinema, sa mga ginagawa kong pelikula na lahat ang target ko, para ito sa mga bata,” he said.
"Feeling ko I can be a great parent. Nararamdaman ko na sa sarili ko 'yun," he added.