Wally Bayola returns to ‘Eat Bulaga,’ says sorry to fans

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Saturday, February 8, 2014

MANILA -- After a hiatus of more than five months, comedian Wally Bayola is finally back on the longest running noontime variety program on television, "Eat Bulaga."

Days leading to the Saturday episode of the program, there have been rumors on social media that Bayola will finally return to work.

On Saturday, Bayola showed up at the show's remote location for the "Juan for All, All for Juan" segment in Paco, Manila and joined birthday celebrator Jose Manalo and Paolo Ballesteros.


"Sorry po, sana bigyan niyo po ako ng isa pang pagkakataon para maayos ko po ang buhay ko," Bayola said during his emotional comeback.

Manalo then replied: "Importanteng marunong kang tumanggap ng pagkakamali."

Although he's finally back on television, Wally didn't immediately take the helm of the said segment, which the three of them popularized. He just played as backup to the Jose-Paolo tandem. Some netizens have noticed Bayola's "awkward" performance in Saturday's show.

To recall, the comedian took a break in September 2013 after his alleged sex video with Yosh Rivera, a former member of the show's EB Babes dancers, became viral in social media sites.

Bayola's emotional comeback on television immediately spread like wildfire and became a worldwide trending topic on the Twitter.

Meanwhile, netizens took to Twitter their reaction to Bayola's expected return to the popular noontime show.

Avid viewers welcomed him back, while others noticed his slimmer figure. Most netizens articulated that Wally deserve his second chance in show business.



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