TRENDING NOW: ‘All Out Sundays’ vs. ‘ASAP Natin ‘To’

Published February 21, 2021, 8:10 PM

by Neil Patrick Nepomuceno

With all the fantastic opening numbers, world-class performances, well-loved artists and a seemingly endless parade of talent and stars, both shows need no introduction. But which show made it to the top of the trending list this time?

Before anything else, a new force awakens as “All Out Sundays” official Twitter page decided to be “All Out” when it comes to updating everyone of the latest happening within the show. Now let’s get started.

“All Out Sundays” offered a great mix of your typical Sunday noontime show performances with a serving of live theatre experience with “Eternal Flame.” The grandest of Kapuso stars were all present: Alden Richards, Barbie Forteza, Julie Ann San Jose, Miguel Tanfelix, Kyline Alcantara, Lexi Gonzales, Rayver Cruz, including a trending performance of Rhian Ramos among other stars.

Asia’s Nightingale, Lani Misalucha along with Mark Bautista touched the virtual audiences’ heartstrings with their rendition of “Mahal Kita Maging Sino Ka Man.”

All in all, AOS did things better compared last week, placing 2nd on the trending list at its peak, with over 40,000 tweets using #AOSAllForLove as of writing.

Moving to the other network, ABS-CBN’s “ASAP Natin ‘To” boasts of its massive list of stars and world-class performers in Martin Nievera, Regine Velasquez, Angeline Quinto, Klarisse De Guzman, Kyla and the return of MNL 48 with its newest third generation queen, Abelaine Trinidad as they performed “Green Flash.”

This edition of ASAP was extra special as the hit OPM band Ben&Ben had their first TV performance of “Inevitable,” along with Gary V’s performance with BINI, the showdown between Maymay and Kim Chiu and the announcement of “He’s Into Her” cast coming to ASAP next week.

Both “AOS” and “ASAP” did their best to entertain their worldwide audiences, but the crown as the most trending Sunday noontime show remains “ASAP,” with over 113,000 tweets as it peaked at the No. 1 spot throughout the program.