What started as a joke between Vice Ganda and Jackque “Ate Girl” Gonzaga is today’s in-demand segment of “It’s Showtime”. While we all know exactly for whom the comedian’s heart beats, it’s still exciting to see this rare side of him as a man attracted to his opposite gender
Yesterday, March 12, the intimacy between Vice and Ate Girl was incontestable. But, it’s not what you think.
In the Q and A segment of the noontime show, the newest love team went on with their usual exchange of romantic pickup lines. Meanwhile, co-host Anne Curtis observed how Ate Girl’s eyes were fixated on Vice, to which the latter reacted with:
“’Wag mo ‘kong tinititigan nang ganyan, Jackque. Alam mo parang masasabi ko isa ako sa pinaka-swerteng nilalang kasi araw araw ako yung may pagkakataong makita ka, makasama ka, maramdaman ka. Alam ko ang daming lalaking nagkakagusto sa ‘yo, pero ibahin mo ako Jacque.”
This is where the comedian took the signal to continue with his iconic stand-up comedy.
“Pero parang meron kang ginagawa sa katawan kong kakaiba. Kasi nung dati, nung babakla bakla ako, parang lagi akong nanlalambot. Nang dahil sa ‘yo, nararamdaman ko parang naninigas ako.”
All of a sudden, he took Ate Girl’s hand and placed it on his neck down to his chest, biceps, and even further down his tummy.
“Baba mo parang ang tigas pa… dito sa tuhod.”
At this point, everyone in the audience was already hooting in laughter, but the TV host was willing to take the joke even further.
“Alam mo kung anong mas matigas pa diyan? Alam mo ba?”
Then, just as everyone expected that he would place her hand in his not-so-exposed body part, Ate Girl ended up touching Vice scalp–which, again, made the audience and even Anne crack up.
Romance plus comedy? Sign us up!
What do you think of Vice Ganda and Ate Girl’s intimate moment on “It’s Showtime”? Did you feel the heat between the two? Share with us whatever you have in mind in the comments section below!