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Four things to remember about Vice Ganda's fourth concert

Four things to remember about Vice Ganda's fourth concert

Eh di wow!

It may be the fourth time, but Vice Ganda proves that he’s “Gandang-Ganda sa Sarili” still.

Another sold-out concert for Vice, he definitely delivers to his audience with various segments, from his jokes to his hidden singing talent.

A lot of things happened during “Vice Gandang Ganda Sa Sarili sa Araneta Eh di Wow”, and here’s a list of highlights:

1) Vice’s opening number

Being the very spontaneous comedian he is, Vice opened his concert while being harnessed on the air, singing Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful”, and eventually landing on the stage, which for the first time was placed at the center of Smart Araneta Coliseum.

2) Vice’s loud outfits (and props)

His selection of outfits is definitely attention-grabbing: From wearing metallic gowns, to one-piece suits, and to even dressing up as a gangster guy (which is the first time vice ever did so). Vice even wore a tiara in one of the segments.

Aside from hanging in the air with a harness, Vice also channeled his inner Katy Perry and brought out a Trojan horse in one of the segments where he sang “Dark Horse”.

3) Hips don’t lie

Although Vice did not reveal when he underwent hip surgery, he was definitely not ashamed at showing it off during his concert. Even his special guests and the audience was wowed by Vice’s latest show off of his assets.

4) The all-star guests

Every Vice Ganda concert is star-studded with celebrities such as Jovit Baldovino, Billy Crawford, Vhong Navarro, and GForce, but the highlight goes to James Reid, where James and Vice performed a very sensual number, which included a scene where Vice nearly kissed James.

5) Not safe for kids

Given the number of sensual segments there were during Vice’s fourth concert in Smart Araneta Coliseum, the concert was rated R-13, making it not safe for children.

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