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Regine Velasquez-Alcasid showcases her versatility as performing artist on GMA’s comedy show “Full House Tonight” with pilot episode airing tonight.

Aside from hosting the show, Asia’s Songbird will sing and do comedy routines.

Regine Velasquez-Alcasid

Regine Velasquez-Alcasid

“I’m excited and very thankful that GMA has given me this kind of show kasi medyo na-miss ko na ’yung variety show,” she said.

The show features a twist in the usual comedy show with onstage musical performances by various guests, riotous stand-up comedy, improvisations, parodies and sketches inside and outside the studio.

“It’s actually harder to make people laugh than to make them cry, so medyo may kaba kaming lahat pero it’s mostly exciting for all of us,” Regine added. “I’m sure the viewers will love it and have fun watching every episode.”

Also part of “Full House Tonight” are Solenn Heussaff and teen idols Bianca Umali and Miguel Tanfelix, together with Joross Gamboa, Philip Lazaro, Kim Idol, Terry Gian, Sarah Pagcaliwagan, Tammy Brown, and Nar Cabico.

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 Crime docu drama

Also set to premiere today is GMA Network’s newest procedural crime documentary drama, “Case Solved.” This show aims to deliver awareness and public information to the viewers in order to prevent crime.

“Case Solved” features sensational and controversial real-life cases ranging from non-aggressive to really violent cases derived from Philippines’ Supreme Court Reports Annotated (SCRA) handled by the country’s National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), Philippine National Police (PNP), International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO or Interpol), judicial agencies like the Department of Justice (DOJ), Supreme Court and Bureau of Corrections (BuCor). More than presenting how the crime is committed, it further explains how the crime is solved.

The show presents solved cases that will empower and educate the viewers in predicting the probability of a crime before it occurs. An advocate of justice and peace, Dingdong Dantes is equally excited to host this show which can help educate the viewers in crime prevention.

“Gusto ko i-share ito sa mga manunuod dahil I want them to see a story of triumph, gusto nating makakita ng problemang naaayos,” the Kapuso star said.

“Case Solved” airs Saturdays after “Eat Bulaga!” on GMA 7.

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Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, Feb. 18, go to Perla Bautista, Robert Campos,MB Lorie Cabanes, Norma Razo, Arleen Asunción, Salome A. Ramos, Clarence Jacob G. Martinez, and Brendan Espartinez… Feb. 19: Carina Afable, Lettie Fuentes, Dr. Nena Mewshaw, Alex Coronel, Suzette Uy, and Empress Shuck… Feb. 20: Ditas Remulla,Chari Bagatsing, Tita Abiva, Perla Dungo, Emy Rodriguez, Tony Antonio, Betty Go Chua, Dolly Bohol, and Lito Gruet…

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