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Ogie Diaz explains story behind unaired GGV episode of Sarah Geronimo, James Reid

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Aug. 29, 18 | 11:35 am

Many fans of Sarah Geronimo and James Reid were dismayed after the guesting of the two stars on Vice Ganda’s late night comedy talk show “Gandang Gabi Vice” was not aired.

Geronimo and Reid were supposed to appear on Vice Ganda’s show to promote their movie “Miss Granny”, but the airing of the episode was cancelled leaving many of their fans confused and angry.

In a recent Facebook post, comedian and showbiz reporter Ogie Diaz gave an intriguing explanation on what transpired.

According to Diaz’s post, Mommy Divine, Geronimo’s mother, was not pleased with the questions that Vice Ganda asked her daughter during the segment “Guilty or Not Guilty”.

Diaz’ source told him that Vice Ganda allegedly asked Geronimo if she has ever watched online videos with explicit adult content, to which the Popstar Royalty replied, “Yes, pero ‘yung sa anime lang”.

Moreover, Vice Ganda also asked Geronimo if she already had intimate moments with her boyfriend Matteo Guidicelli and other ‘naughty questions’, though Diaz no longer disclosed in his post what Geronimo answered.

Some netizens even claimed that Mommy Divine reportedly walked out of the set after Geronimo answered Vice Ganda’s questions.

Because of this, Mommy Divine asked the producers of the show to edit out the said segment of the show.

“Pinati-trim nang pinati-trim ni Mommy Divine hanggang parang wala nang natirang laman ‘yung episode, kaya minabuti na lang na ‘wag na itong iere,” Diaz said in his post.

“At kung kilala ko si Vice, feeling ko, ‘no more next time’ na siya sa mga ganitong eksena para makaiwas na din sa trouble at sa gastos,” he added.

Diaz ended his post by saying he is not sure how Viva, the management that handles Geronimo’s career, made up for the cost of production of the unaired show.

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Pakistan plane crashes with 107 on board

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