Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has summoned TAPE Productions “Eat Bulaga” and “The Ryzza Mae Show” on Thursday, Sept. 5 for scenes allegedly insensitive and violating children rights.
GMA and Eat Bulaga executives acknowledged the lapses.
Meanwhile fans were tricked by Ryzza Mae’s look-alike in Laguna.
Nicole Quimzon of Brgy. Canlalay, Biñan, Laguna almost always captivates the attention of people wherever she goes, not because she is a celebrity herself, but because she resembles someone who is.
In last Sunday’s episode of the news magazine show on GMA-7 “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS),” multi-awarded broadcast journalist Jessica Soho featured Nicole, a look-alike of Little Ms. Philippines 2012 Grand Winner and host of a morning talk show, Ryzza Mae Dizon.
In almost all aspects – hairstyle, mannerisms, dance moves – Nicole resembles the cute little host, which is now dubbed as the youngest TV host in the Philippines.
In fact, while the KMJS crew were interviewing Nicole’s parents at an outdoor location, on-lookers were taking pictures of Nicole thinking that she was the child star.
Nicole recently visited the studio of “Eat Bulaga” at the Broadway Centrum and the KMJS team tagged along. There, Nicole met with her idol Ryzza Mae. The child star invited her look-alike to dance to the tune of “Cha Cha Dabarkads,” a dance hit popularized by Ryzza Mae. The two even played with Ryzza Mae’s pink remote-controlled car.
On her way out of the studio, fans waiting outside took photos of Nicole not knowing that she’s only Ryzza Mae’s look-alike. Ryzza Mae’s co-hosts in “Eat Bulaga” Ruby Rodriguez also greeted her but was shocked when she was told that the truth.
It seems that Ryzza Mae Dizon will no longer be described using adjectives in the superlative degree since aesthetically speaking, there’s not just one and only Ryzza Mae Dizon but two!
Watch the real Ryzza Mae Dizon in “The Ryzza Mae Show” (weekday mornings) and in “Eat Bulaga” (Mon-Sat, 12:00nn) on GMA-7.