Stars associated with "Eat Bulaga!" one way or the other, paid homage to the 44-year-old noontime show as with seasoned hosts Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon (TVJ) on social media.
Among them was actress Bianca Umali.
"'Tuloy ang isang libo't isang tuwa.' Maraming salamat, @eatbulaga1979 (heart emoji) sa walang hanggang pagpapasaya sa Lola ko, sa akin, sa mga Pinoy mula Batanes hanggang Jolo at sa buong mundo. 143, Dabarkads! Hanggang sa muli," her caption on Instagram read.
The latter's boyfriend Ruru Madrid echoed the same, writing on his social media: "Hanggang sa muli, Dabarkads! Walang hanggang pasasalamat sa inyo. Salamat @eatbulaga1979."
Young star Kyline Alcantara also thanked the show.
"sa aking maikling panahon na nakasama ko po kayo, pinaramdam nyo po saakin na parte ako ng inyong pamilya," she said. "Maraming salamat po sa pag hahatid ng kaligayahan sa aming mga Pilipino, mula Batanes hanggang Jolo. Maraming salamat, Dabarkads."
Miles Ocampo conveyed the same message too, as well as, Ryzza Mae Dizon, who noted how the show fulfilled her dream.
Meanwhile, former host Ruby Rodriguez paid tribute to TVJ, whom she deemed her "mentors, idols, and most of all friends."
"I love you with all my heart. @helenstito @angpoetnyo Bossing!!!!," she declared.
Alden Richards shared a photo of him with Vic.
After TVJ's departure, other hosts followed in their footsteps and also filed their resignations.
TAPE, Inc., meanwhile, released an official statement signed by its President Romeo "Jon" N. Jalosjos Jr. and Director of Finance Seth Frederick "Bullet" P. Jalosjos.
The production company said they are "saddened" by the turn of events last May 31 but they "respect" the decision of the show hosts to leave "Eat Bulaga!" and GMA 7 Network, their home for 28 years.
"We are grateful to the men and women who worked tirelessly for the past 43 years to make our noontime show number 1. The success of Eat Bulaga is not dependent only on three (3) people but on the collaborative efforts of its talents, crew, and loyal viewers," they continued.
"...It is unfortunate, but life must go on. As with life, we have to accept changes but we have a duty to every Filipino," they added.