The final S.O.P. concert party
The final S.O.P. concert party will air live from GMA Network’s Studio 7 with the best performances from the constellation of Kapuso stars guaranteed.
Regine, Ogie, Jaya and Janno will help viewers reminisce in their special back-to-back-to-back presentation. Jay-R and Kyla will also deliver a remarkable production number.
The farewell presentation will likewise serve as a reunion of previous hosts and featured groups including Cacai Velasquez and Bernadette Allyson, who were among the original hosts of the show, Dingdong Dantes, Rufa Mae Quinto, Gabby Eigenmann, Angelika dela Cruz, Harry Santos, Mo Twister, Roxanne Barcelo, Brenan Espartinez, Lindsay Custodio, Regine Tolentino, Sugarpop, You’ve Got Male, Starband, Broband and today’s popular female trio, La Diva.
Moreover, S.O.P. heartthrobs and balladeers like Aljur Abrenica, Marvin Agustin, Gian Magdangal, Kris Lawrence, Geoff Taylor, Chris Cayzer, together with Covergirls Heart Evangelista, Carla Abellana, Lovi Poe, Bianca King, Glaiza de Castro, Frencheska Farr, Julianne San Jose and Mae Flores will join the party to serenade the viewers.
Dance floor icons Mark Herras, Chynna Ortaleza, Ryza Cenon, LJ Reyes, Mart Escudero, Joross Gamboa, Yassi and the finalists of S.O.P. Wants You, will pump up the stage.
To make the show more memorable, GMA will present its newest kantaserye titled Diva, topbilled by Regine together with Mark Anthony Fernandez, Rufa Mae, TJ Trinidad, Glaiza and Jaya, in her first acting stint on TV. Boboy Garovillo and Randy Santiago plus Ynna Asistio and Gloria Diaz will also guest in the show.
Viewers should also not miss the final stint of the creative duo of Janno and Ogie in S.O.P.’s Sobrang OJ!
S.O.P. won the Best Musical Variety award for several years in various award-giving bodies such as Star Awards for Television (2000, 2001, 2002, 2008), Golden Screen Awards (2005) and winner of the Best Entertainment Program Catholic Mass Media Awards (2009). The musical variety show was also one of the finalists in the New York Festivals for TV Programming and Promotions category (1999, 2001, 2004 and 2007) and in the 2006 Asian TV Awards Musical Variety category.