What Celebs Said About the Final PiliPinas Debate

Local celebs tuned in to the last presidential debates, and they had a lot to say.

Celebs react to Final PiliPinas Debate

 

(SPOT.ph) The third and final PiliPinas Debates 2016 shed light on plenty of important issues, including Metro Manila traffic, healthcare, education, and the Scarborough Shoal. Naturally, the Internet had a lot to say—including local celebrities, who voiced out their reactions via social media. Some declared their support for their chosen candidates, while others didn't seem very pleased at their answers.

 

First, there were general reactions to the debate, which ranged from the boisterous crowd (we can still hear the "on-ly Bi-nay" chants) to advice about voting:

 

Dingdong Dantes, actor

 

Dawn Zulueta, actress

 

Chito Miranda, musician

 

Ethel Booba, comedieene

 

There were also reactions to issues, from contractualization (which all candidates vowed to eliminate) to traffic:

 

Vice Ganda, TV host

 

Jim Paredes, musician

 

Anne Curtis, actress and TV host

 

Tim Yap, celebrity

 

Plenty of celebrities also declared their support for candidates. Others, on the other hand, expressed their annoyance. Here's what some said about Rodrigo Duterte:

 

Kim Chiu, actress

 

Saab Magalona, musician

 

Mariel Rodriguez-Padilla, TV host

 

They had a lot to say about Vice President Jejomar Binay:

 

Bianca Gonzalez-Intal, TV host

 

Kimpoy Feliciano, musician


Saab Magalona, musician

 

Antoinette Jadaone, filmmaker

 

Cesca Litton, TV host

 

A lot of them expressed concern and admiration for Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago:

 

Mary Jean Lastimosa, beauty queen

 

Gang Badoy Capati, Rock Ed Philippines founder

 

Mark Bautista, singer

 

Johnoy Danao, musician

 

Meanwhile, other celebrities also had words to say for Sen. Grace Poe:

 

Lovi Poe, actress

 

Jane Oineza, actress

 

Rico Robles, radio DJ

 

Johnoy Danao, musician

 

And here's what some celebrities had to say about Liberal Party bet Sec. Mar Roxas:

 

Carlos Celdran, cultural  activist

 

Juan Miguel Severo, spoken word poet

 

Rufa Mae Quinto, comedienne

 

John Lapus, comedian

 

Kathryn Bernardo, actress

 

Also read: 15 Most Entertaining Moments in the Final PiliPinas Debate

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