Given the number of health protocols to be observed during this time of a pandemic, we all know how difficult it is to pull off grand executions for television. It’s Showtime’s ReINA ng Tahanan is proof that something big can come out of simple plans. This is as long as the initiative comes from and hits right through the heart.

The hit segment on noontime celebrates the beauty, wit, and talent of Filipino mothers. This brilliant idea of putting the spotlight on moms involved the unkabogable and phenomenal host, Vice Ganda, himself. He was part of the brainstorming and conceptualization and even fought for the idea to come to fruition.

Mahirap gumawa ng daily show kasi pandemic. Wala ang madlang pipol. Limitado ang galawan namin araw araw. Pero sa kabila ng mga challenges na kinakaharap namin araw araw, at ang kakambal nito ay matinding pagod para sa aming lahat na bumubuo ng It’s Showtime, talagang sulit na sulit lahat dahil alam namin na nabibigyan namin ng kasiyahan ang mga kababayan nating nasa loob ng kanilang mga tahanan at siyempre, nabibigyan namin ng isang maligayang platform ang mga Nanay to have fun and loosen up. Sila talaga ang bida dito sa segment na ito,” Vice shared.

The noontime show host whose well-loved antics continue to be seen in the segment also added, “ReINA Ng Tahanan” cuts across every class and gender –— everybody just can’t get enough of it because of its universal appeal.”

True enough, different moms with varying personalities have appeared in the segment and provided entertainment to thousands of viewers.

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In case you wish to experience the fun and be touched by random moments, here are some ReINA ng Tahanan highlights on Youtube:

Vice couldn’t help but share, “Pinapakita at sinasalamin ng “ReINA Ng Tahanan” ang realidad nating lahat ngayong pandemicna kahit matinding hirap at challenges ang kinakaharap natin araw-araw, sapat na ang love para lumaban sa buhay at sapat na ang love para tumawa at sapat na ang love to fuel the hope that one day everything will be okay.

The host-comedian actively takes part in making sure the madlang pipol is okay. In fact, his highly successful Gandemic Vice Ganda: The VG-tal Concert is having a repeat this August 14 due to insistent public demand.