Vice Ganda never runs out of jokes or punchlines whenever he appears in his daily noontime show It’s Showtime.
Likewise, on his weekend talk-show, Gandang Gabi Vice, he always spontaneously comes up with witty remarks about his guests. So witty, they become instant trending topics on Twitter.
The 36-year-old gay comedian honed his skill for smart/funny lines from his previous job as a stand-up comedian in comedy bars.
In these venues, Vice learned how to write and execute his stand-up spiels and gimmicks in front of a live audience nearly every night.
Although he has worked as a comedian for more than a decade now, the former comedy bar talent says he never gets tired of making people laugh.
“Physically, I’m tired kasi nga, every day, every day ako nagtatatrabaho, and nung isang araw nga, I worked 16 hours.
“Napapagod yung katawan ko, pero ayoko mapagod na magpatawa pa sana kasi, unang-una, maganda trabaho ko,” Vice said in a PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) interview with him recently.
Instead of thinking of this as a job, Vice likes to see it as his purpose in life.
“Di ko na iniisip na trabaho ito, iniisip ko na purpose ko ito sa buhay ko e,” he said.
“Feeling ko, this is my purpose in life. Tapos, naa-achieve ko na yung purpose ko, parang nase-serve ko na yung purpose ko, kumikita pa ako.
“Kaya di ko pwedeng kapaguran ito.
"Pero di maiiwasan na yung katawan mo bumibigay, yung lalamunan mo, nagcacrack na, yung mga ganun.”
NO NEED TO CHANGE STYLE. In his previous movie and television projects, Vice often incorporated sarcasm into his humor, which never failed to amuse his audience.
However, there are those who say that his audience may reach a saturation point, especially because Vice always goes before the public with this kind of comedy act.
But Vice thinks there’s no need to change his style just yet.
The Gandang Gabi Vice host said, “Wala talaga akong yung clear effort for reinvention, yung di sinasadya.