Dionisia Pacquiao 'Wrecking Ball' performance on GGV - super funny!

You gotta watch Mommy Dionisia Pacquiao singing 'Wrecking Ball' on GGV if in case you missed it last night. Or else, you'll regret not having the laugh of your life.

Mommy Dionisia Pacquiao's 'Gandang Gabi Vice' guesting was finally aired last night, April 13, 2014, on ABS-CBN, after weeks of waiting by the fans.

Vice Ganda's birthday special on GGV taped last month was cut into 3 parts, and Mommy D's guesting was in the 3rd and last part, which was only shown last night.

It's worth the wait! The first ever guesting of Manny Pacquiao's popular mom on GGV was such a hilarious treat to the viewers, especially that part when she sang Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball". (For Mommy D, it's Riking Bull by Wiley Sirus)

Watch a video of it! (credit to ABS-CBN)
Aside from singing 'Wrecking Ball', Mommy D also did a sexy dance with a G-Force Stallions dancer and it was also as hilarious. Can't stop laughing.

I think it's one of the funniest episodes ever of GGV and Mommy Dionisia's Wrecking Ball performance is so much funnier than the many parodies of the hit Miley Cyrus song on Youtube.

Not a surprise. Topics or keywords related to Mommy Dionisia's GGV guesting dominated Twitter's trending list. "Mommy D", "Riking Bull" and "Ye Yo" were all trending last night, as well as "Manny Pangilinan", "Mga 120", "Parang 30", "Chat Sa" and "Las Bigas".

"Mga 120" and "Parang 30" were mentioned in Vice's interview with Mommy D about her age while "Las Bigas" (Las Vegas) was cited by Mommy D as one of her favorite places to go.

Vice: "Ilang taon na ho kayo Mommy D?"
Mommy D: "Sekret. Hulaan mo Vice?"
Vice: "Mga 120?"
Mommy D: "Maraming nagsabi sa 'kin Vice, parang 30 lang daw ako."
Vice: "Ano po'ng paborito nyong sayaw?"
Mommy D: "Chat Sa!"

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