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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Joey de Leon on ‘Wowowee’s’ low rating

WHAT can Joey de Leon say about the ratings of their rival “Wowowee” plummeting after he had a fight with Willie Revillame? “Hoy, hindi ako nang-aaway, ha,” Joey quickly qualifies.

“Hindi naman ako ang dahilan na bumaba ang rating nila. I think nakita kasi ng viewers ang nangyari sa show nila, hindi dahil sa naging conflict namin nung host.”

In his new album, “Kagat Labi”, with EMI Records, one of the songs is “Walang Daya”. Won’t the people concerned think he’s alluding to the host and the alleged “dayaan” issue, what with part of the lyrics saying “Ferrari ka ng buhay ko”? “Aba, pag nag-isip nang ganun, mayabang sila. Basta ako, walang iniisip na ganun.”

“Kagat Labi” is inspired by the hot dance craze with lip-biting moves in “Eat Bulaga” that became a popular hit just like his “Itaktak Mo”. How come he moved from BMG Records (which released “Itaktak” in his ‘Joey to the World’) to EMI? “No, hindi ako lumipat. It just so happened EMI owns the right to ‘Kagat Labi’ so I did the album with them. Nagpaalam naman ako nang maayos kay Vic Valenciano ng BMG and he allowed me to do this. After this, my next album will be with BMG uli.”

Joey is the most visible TV personality now. He has daily noontime shows like “Takeshi’s Castle” and “Eat Bulaga”, he’s seen in “Startalk” and “Nuts Entertainment” on Saturdays, and in “Mel and Joey” on Sundays. “I need to earn dahil puro sa States nag-aaral ang mga anak ko. Sabi ko nga, baka may university sa Hong Kong na mas malapit-lapit naman dahil ang hirap din nilang dalawin sa New York.”

“Kagat Labi” boasts of certified Joeylicious songs like “Luhod”, an adaptation of Sandwich’s “Sugod” that gives it very gay lyrics. With all the conflicts now in our government, he’s hilariously suggesting maybe the gay population should be allowed to take over. The government will be called gayvernment and the form of government will be a Federacion. Malacañang will be Malekendend on the Papa-sig River, with the gay army known as Sandatahang Magnanakaw ng Lakas ng Pilipinas.

Other riotous cuts are “Bikini Mong Puti (Na May Nakangiti)”, “Food Na, Eat Na”, “Pinagpatong-patong”, “Kahit Tuyo” and the “Eat Bulaga” version of “Kagat Labi.” [source of news]



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