February 24, 2023 | 10:13am
MANILA, Philippines — Vice Ganda transformed into many iconic looks during the first season of “Everybody, Sing!” In the process, Vice created several personalities, both real and fictional, that made viewers tune in to the show.
Now that Season 2 of the show has ended, Vice lived up to expectations with the comedian’s unique, eye-catching and totally creative outfits. And Vice doesn’t just wear interesting outfits but curates them according to the jobs or categories of the “songbayanan” or contestants for each particular episode. The outfits are so out-of-this-world that viewers constantly look forward to seeing what Vice will be wearing the next day.
Vice expressed thankfulness for the success of the show’s second season run during its last episode last February 19.
“Maraming salamat po sa pagbibigay sa amin ng tyansang makapag-share ng blessings, maka-touch ng buhay. Salamat, Lord, at ginawa mo kaming instrumento sa pagbibigay ng serbisyo sa mga kababayan namin,” Vice said.
“Salamat po sa mga contestants namin na nag-share ng istorya nila po na masasaya, pinagdaanan, karanasan, mga lungkot nila. Lord God, thank you for this wonderful chance, this program is such a beautiful gift na lagi po naming ipagpapasalamat.”
Here’s five of Vice’s most interesting outfits from recent episodes:
Caution Tape Bodysuit: Undoubtedly inspired by construction workers as songbayanan, Vice Ganda wore a caution tape bodysuit and completed the look with a redesigned reflector vest and a golden shovel as props.
Silver goddess: Inspired by beauticians, Vice’s silver-studded dress, along with a headpiece, was adorned with makeup brushes. Vice wore this outfit and finished it with a pair of glittering knee-high boots
Candle and Gayuma Vendor: Vice Ganda pulls off this candle and gayuma street seller look with a crystal belt bag and floral accessories, and wore it with much gusto — complete with a vending cart as props. The songbayanan for that episode were obviously Quiapo vendors.
Undas Getup: This show-stopping outfit was obviously inspired by funeral workers, which were the songbayanan during that All Souls’ Day episode of “Everybody, Sing!” Season 2. Vice Ganda used the funeral wreath and added a “Happy trip!” phrase to it, which the audience found witty.
The Quintuplets: There were five Vice Gandas on screen in that particular episode, but look closer and there is just one real Vice Ganda. Vice worked around “twins” as topic/subject, but ended up cloning up into quintuplets.
These eye-catching outfits have caught the undivided attention of viewers, who are now always looking forward to what the Unkabogable Star would wear next.
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