AlDub, Vice Ganda, Jennylyn Mercado, EB hosts do #TrumpetsChallenge

Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards give their own versions of #TrumpetsChallenge in Eat Bulaga's off-cam kulitan.

After the “Running Man Challenge,” celebrities are now trying the latest internet dance craze called #TrumpetsChallenge.

Spanish music artist Sak Noel's “Trumpets” quickly become popular in the Philippines because of celebrities who gave their different dance interpretations of the song.

Watch how the AlDub tandem of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza interpret it during this off-cam moment in Eat Bulaga!

Before Maine gave her wacky dance version, Alden already thrilled his fans with his sexy dance steps.

Read: Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza willing to do #Trumpets challenge with Sak Noel

Vice Ganda also dances #TrumpetsChallenge every time the show's DJ plays the song on It's Showtime.

Jennylyn Mercado shows us she can twerk with Sak Noel's “Trumpets.” (Wouldn't it be nice if she performs this in the next FHM 100 Sexiest Party?)

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Twerk. Trumpet. Twerk. Trumpet. Twerk. Trumpet. Full video will be uploaded later... ????????

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Here's another sexy version of #TrumpetsChallenge by Miho Nishida, one-half of the Tomiho love team (the other half being Tommy Esguerra).

Elmo Magalona needs a bit more practice, but he gives a good performance for someone who has just seen the latest dance craze.

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The Sexbomb Girls show us how to twerk for #TrumpetsChallenge.

#trumpetchallenge Sexbomb girls! #tataksexbomb

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We hope before another dance craze becomes viral, Maja Salvador, Sarah Lahbati, Ella Cruz, and Winwyn Marquez take on the #TrumpetsChallenge as well!

PEPsters, whose version did you like the most? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.





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