MARCHING ON: AOS vs. ASAP – Which Sunday noontime show trended on March 7

Published March 7, 2021, 4:47 PM

by Neil Patrick Nepomuceno

AOS’ opening number

It may be hot outside, but so are these performances from “All Out Sundays” and “ASAP Natin ‘To,” but which show made it to the Twitter trend list?

“All Out Sundays” turned up the heat with Julie Ann San Jose’s “Set Fire To The Rain” performance along with “Sunday Queendom” divas Lani Misalucha, Jenine Gabriel, Aicelle Santos, Golden Canedo and birthday girl, Thea Astley.

Singer-host Christian Bautista, along with Derrick Monasterio, Garrett Bolden, Ruru Madrid, Mavy Legaspi and more, performed some of the 90s best hits.

GMA Network’s offering turned it up a notch with some dance performance on “Cypher” with some of GMA’s biggest stars, Mark Herras, Miguel Tan Felix, Barbie Forteza, Kyline Alcantara, Gabbi Garcia sharing the stage to the new breed of entertainers and content creators DJ Loonyo and Mannex Manhattan.

“Love Doctors,” their newest musical comedy, also made its debut on this edition of AOS offering some much needed laughs for those who feel heartbroken this March.

All in all, AOS made quite an impression, securing the 4th spot with #AOSNewVibe and the 9th spot with “AOSunday with JulieSJ”

‘AOS’ Love Doctor
‘ASAP’ BGYO x Gary V

Meanwhile, “ASAP Natin ‘To” is killing it with the vast number of stars who are present on this edition: Regine Velasquez, Angeline Quinto , Eric Santos, Darren Espanto performed superbly while Gary V made BGYO’s comeback even more special with their performance of “The Light,” AEGIS also performed “Ang Sa Iyo ay Akin” and “The Juans” together with Martin Nievera and Ogie Alcasid melted some hearts with “Pangalawang Bitaw.”

Robi, Kim, Maymay and Enchong, kept the virtual audience engaged while also performing some energetic dance numbers, complemented by Ronnie, Loisa, Johsua, Maymay own performances.

These and more earned “ASAP” yet again, the number 2 trending spot with “BGYO ASAPComeback” and #ASAPUnite ranking third.