It's Showtime in another controversy: Melanie Marquez said "Ch-p- Lips" on national TV

It's Showtime might be facing another suspension anew from the MTRCB
after guest judge Melanie Marquez uttered something not allowed on national TV.

Former Miss International Melanie Marquez shocked 'It's Showtime' viewers today, February 11, 2014, when she described her lips as "ch-p- lips".

That was after host Vice Ganda teased her about having a big mouth and asked her to show her pouty lips. "'Wag ka. Ts-p- lips 'to no," she said.

Marquez is one of this week's "hurados" for the Showtime's popular segment 'I am Pogay'.

The hosts and Marquez quickly apologized for the incident.

The ex-beauty queen committed a mistake there, but I can't blame her, because before she said that word, the Showtime hosts themselves, particularly Vice Ganda, were unstoppable in throwing double-meaning jokes or naughty statements, such as the ones below, which could
have led Melanie to forget they were airing live.

Vice to 'I am Pogay' contestant: "Pwedeng parehong sarado ang butones, basta bukas ang zipper."

Vice to Billy Crawford: "Ano'ng ginagamit mong 'proteksyon'?" Billy:
"Salakot." Vice: "Salakot? Proteksyon mo ang salakot?"

Vice to another contestant: "Ano'ng nasa loob ng pantalon mo?... Boxers o briefs?" The contestant answered boxers.

Vice to Anne Curtis and Karylle: "Sino sa 'tin ang 'pinakamaluwang'?"
Anne replied, "Eh 'di ikaw!"

Did Showtime commit a violation in the episode today? Avid viewers are worried it might have caught the attention of MTRCB and the latter might impose another suspension on the show.

This is not the first time that a "not child-friendly" word was said on Showtime. Can you still remember the "subo mo t-t- ko" statement during a fliptop battle between two studio contestants last year?

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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