Awra Briguela Makes The Audience Go Wild With Performance in Vice Ganda's Valentines Concert! WATCH HERE!

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Vice Ganda did it again! His recent concert in Araneta last February 14, "Pusuan Mo si Vice Ganda sa Araneta", were flooded by many of his fans and supporters as the tickets were sold out. 

The audience wasn't disappointed as the star-studded concert was filled with mind-blowing performances. He also showcased his singing talent by performing covers of  Adele's "All I Ask" and a number of Little Mix songs

Some of the stars who were spotted at the concert include Dominique Roque, Ryan Bang, Zanjoe Marudo, Maricel Soriano, Pooh, and a lot more. He also had guests on his show which include Maja Salvador, Daryl Ong, Michael Pangilinan, Kris Lawrence, and Daniel Padilla

But one of the highlights of the concert was when Vice performed with child star Awra Briguela for the opening number. Their dance performance featured a lot of jaw-dropping stunts. They also wore matching costumes and wigs. They also exchanged quips which sent the crowd into laughter. Vice was trying to guide Awra at the start, but it seems like he didn't have too. Awra gave a spectacular performance in delivering his punch lines and jokes.

One of the videos taken from the concert went viral on social media, garnering 139 thousand views and even secured the 22nd spot in the Trending list in Youtube. 

Watch their video below:



The concert was produced by Star Events and ABS-CBN Events 

See some photos below:

Awra Briguela Makes The Audience Go Wild With Performance in Vice Ganda's Valentines Concert! WATCH HERE!

Awra Briguela Makes The Audience Go Wild With Performance in Vice Ganda's Valentines Concert! WATCH HERE!

Awra Briguela Makes The Audience Go Wild With Performance in Vice Ganda's Valentines Concert! WATCH HERE!

Awra Briguela Makes The Audience Go Wild With Performance in Vice Ganda's Valentines Concert! WATCH HERE!

Source: TNP, Starmometer

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