Rated K: Showdown
“Ang ating buhay ay isang malaking entabladong puno ng palabas. At ang bawat palabas na ito ay salamin ng ating bawat tagumpay. Bawat pagkakadapa at pagbangon ay pagkakataon upang tayo ay matuto. Wala pong paligsahan sa mata ng Diyos. Sa halip na tumingin sa iba, subukan nating tingnan at alamin kung ano pang puwedeng gawin upang lalong mapagbuti ang ating mga sarili.” - Korina B. Sanchez
With over two million views on YouTube in less than 2 months, Fliptop proves that they have a big market in the Filipino youth.
Rap Battle, FLIPTOP has become a YouTube sensation for the Pinoy youth.
Fliptop is participated by freestyle rappers who battle it out in a rap showdown which usually focuses on mocking each other.
Some of the most popular freestyle rappers in Fliptop are:
The showdown between Rappers Dello and Target has gained over 7 million views on You Tube.
Jhon Banaag Story
Who would have thought that someone with a cleft lip will “wow” the audience in the TV noontime show, Showtime! Not even Jhon himself believed it was really happening.
Jhon with Showtime hosts Vhong and Anne and Judge Vice Ganda.
Jhon was a 4-time winner in Showtime’s contest portion, “Sample, Sample” – a big achievement for someone who has a speech disability. His short stint in the show has gained him not just confidence, but a number of fans.
Korina Sanchez with Jhon's admirers, cheer him on as he does a "sample."
Here are some of the amazing cars that were featured in this week’s episode.
Kim Chui customized her van according to her style and taste.
Kim's pink sofa and seats are so fit for the young celebrity.
Toni Gonzaga customized van is perfect for on-location shoots.
One of the featured cars has a mini bar and TV monitor in its trunk.
This van is equipped with a full entertainment system.
Meet the Lola Divas. When they perform, nobody would think that they are almost….senior citizens!
Lola Divas in full performance.
Lola Divas is composed of 59-year old Mama Roming, 55-year olds Bong and Bobby and 51-year old Ani.
All 4 divas made it big in Japan years ago and entertainment was their life. Until 2004, due to the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act, they were forced to come back home to the Philippines, along with 80,000 Filipino workers.
Instead of being jobless in Manila, they formed the group, Lola Divas. Despite their age, they can still bring the house down with their amazing performances on stage.