Vice Ganda Biography
Vice Ganda born ( Jose Marie Borja Viceral) is a Filipino comedian television presenter, actor, and singer. He is a regular host judge on ABS-CBN’s noontime variety show It’s Showtime and has starred in several films, eight of which are considered to be the highest-grossing in Philippine cinema.
He is best known for his stand-up routines, in which he uses observational comedy, situational irony, and sarcasm in pertaining to Filipino culture and human sexuality. He is also the first openly gay endorser for Globe Telecom.
Vice Ganda Age
She was born on March 31, 1976, in Tondo, Phillippines. She is 42 years old as of 2018.
Vice Ganda Height|Height In Feet
She stands at a height of 1.8 meters tall (5feets 11 inches).
Vice Ganda Siblings
He has only one sister named Tina Viceral.
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Vice Ganda Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of 5 million.
Vice Ganda Song
- Boom Panes 2016
- Wag Kang Pabeb2015
- Manhid Ka 2013
- KaraKaraka 2013
- Hanggang Kailan Aasa 2017
- Whoops Kirri 2013
- Ang Kulit 2016
- Dahil Mahal Na Mahal Kita 2013
- Gigil Si Aquo 2017
- Party Party 2011
- Palong Palo 2011
- Push Mo Yan Te 2016
- Akin Ka Na Lang 2013
- Good Vibes 2011
- Ganda for All 2018
- Hindi Siya Kundi Ako 2013
- Fantastic Ka 2018
- Malaya Ka Na 2016
- Ituloy Mo Lang 2011
- Ibang Hugis Ibang Kulay 2016
- Lakas Tama 2011
- Dahil Kasama Mo Sya 2018
- Ayoko Na Sa ‘Yo 2011
- Aba Matindi 2016
- May Puso Rin Kami 2011
- Karakaraka Brian Cua 2013
- Push Mo Yan Te feat. Regine Velasquez 2016
- Boom Panes Christmas Remix 2016
- Steady 1234
Vice Ganda Fantastica
Fantastica is a 2018 Filipino fantasy comedy film directed by Barry Gonzales. It stars an ensemble cast including Vice Ganda, Bela Padilla, Richard Gutierrez, Jaclyn Jose, and Dingdong Dantes. Produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films, the film serves as an official entry to the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival.
The film was released on December 25, 2018. It received mixed to negative reviews from critics, praising the film’s special effects but criticizing the lack of character development and some of the comedic scenes. This also marked the final film appearance of comedian Chokoleit, who died in a heart attack in Abra, Province on March 9, 2019, at the age of 46.
Vice Ganda New Movie|Vice Ganda Movie 2018
Fantastica is a 2018 Filipino fantasy comedy film directed by Barry Gonzales. It stars an ensemble cast including Vice Ganda, Bela Padilla, Richard Gutierrez, Jaclyn Jose, and Dingdong Dantes. Produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films, the film serves as an official entry to the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival. The film was released on December 25, 2018. It received mixed to negative reviews from critics, praising the film’s special effects but criticizing the lack of character development and some of the comedic scenes.
This also marked the final film appearance of comedian Chokoleit, who died in a heart attack in Abra, Province on March 9, 2019, at the age of 46.
Gandarrapiddo!: The Revenge Squad is a 2017 Philippine action-comedy superhero film directed by Joyce Bernal and starred by Vice Ganda, Daniel Padilla, and Pia Wurtzbach. It is distributed and produced by Star Cinema, serving as an official entry to the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival.
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Vice Ganda slams trolls as ABS-CBN seeks franchise renewal
Vice Ganda aired out his frustration with regard to internet trolls spreading inaccurate information about his home media network, ABS-CBN, amid its pending franchise renewal.
While the media conglomerate’s legislative franchise renewal is currently being discussed in Congress, the TV network denied allegations that it had unpaid taxes to the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) as well as to any financial institution yesterday, Feb. 11.
The comedian tried to make light of the situation by addressing the trolls in a humorous way on his Twitter account on the same day. Vice listed a series of fees that the media company could be accused of failing to pay by detractors, to the point of absurdity.
“Bukas ang ipapakalat naman ng mga trolls ABS CBN di nagbayad ng kuryente,” Vice said. “Tapos susunod naman di nagbayad ng tubig. Tapos di nagbayad ng cable.”
(Tomorrow the trolls will say ABS-CBN did not pay its electricity bill, then its water bill, then the bill for its cable connection.)
He continued the list by adding, “Tapos di nagbayad ng GRAB. Tapos di nagbayad ng milktea. Tapos di nagbayad sa tong its. Hanggang sa di na nagbayad sa paluwagan.”
(Then [they will say] it did not pay for its Grab, then milk tea, then in [the card game] tong-its, then even in a money-lending scheme.)
Lawmakers are also in dispute with regard to the validity and longevity of ABS-CBN’s operations while its franchise approval is still pending.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III and Isabela Rep. Antonio Albano said that while the bills for its franchise extension were still pending, the TV network could still operate. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon disagreed, saying the media company could not operate without a renewed franchise.
Some of the biggest stars working for the media company have rallied behind their home network by urging their fans to sign an online petition to immediately pass the bill toward ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal. Celebrities from its rival network, GMA, have also extended their support to the media company on their social media accounts.