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‘Eat Bulaga’ gives memorable treat to OFWs in UAE

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Nov. 16, 19 | 9:17 pm

Philippine’s longest running noontime TV show Eat Bulaga held the ‘Dabarkads Day in Dubai’ at the Dubai World Trade Centre last Nov. 15, sending happiness to thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) in the UAE.

OFWs from as far as Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah and Ajman came to Dubai to attend this rare opportunity to see their favorite Dabarkads.

The noontime show’s pioneers, Vic Sotto and Joey De Leon, serenaded the OFW crowd during the opening number.

Fans couldn’t help but scream as Alden Richards made his way to the stage singing the soundtrack of his blockbuster film “Kung Di Rin Lang Ikaw”.

The phenomenal star and Dubsmash queen Maine Mendoza also sent fans into a frenzy when she performed a dance number with Alden, rekindling the ‘AlDub’ feels.

Darbarkads also took all-time favorite segment “Juan for All, All for Juan” to Dubai and an OFW from Isabela won the contest. She has been working here in the UAE for the past 16 years.

Meanwhile, the ‘JoWaPao’ trio comprised of Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola and Paolo Ballesteros did not miss to offer hearty laughter to the crowd.

Pauline Luna Sotto, Ryzza Mae Dizon, Baby Baste, and Allan K also came to celebrate ‘Dabarkads Day in Dubai’.

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