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Aug 18, 2014
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Guys, have you heard? During the past weekend's Kadayawan Festival, funnyman Ramon Bautista said this shocker: "Ang daming hipon dito sa Davao!"

fails pinoy celebsGIF via Ilovewrestlinggifs.tumblr.com

Bro, we know you're just trying to be funny but still: ANYARE?

As a result, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte promptly reprimanded the comedian. And you know what they say about the Duterte family: You don't want to be on their bad side. Obedient Ramon then went back on stage and apologized for the remark, which was the best thing he could do to save his life in that situation.

In fairness to our man Ramon, he isn't the first (and certainly won't be the last) celebrity to have a verbal FAIL moment. Here we list down eight other incidents starring a Pinoy celebrity who said something facepalm-worthy during a show or a performance.

Let the cringe-fest begin!


CLAUDINE BARRETO'S POTTY MOUTH

 During an ASAP performance back in 2003, Claudine almost slipped onstage. It caught her off-guard...and unleashed a snappy P.I. It was certainly a surprise given how pa-tweetums she was back then. Well, at least she said sorry soon after.


Video via zaablay on YouTube


JIGGY MANICAD'S "SMELLY" REPORTING

And by smelly, we mean not literally. While reporting about the happenings at the Million People Pork Barrel March in October last year, the GMA 7 reporter made a poo-nderful mistake. Yep, one letter makes all the difference.


Video via MartinKNPB on YouTube

Apparently, this isn't the only time this has happened to the reporter. See below, a video showing a couple more Freudian slips:


Video via LokoMoVideos on YouTube

 


ALLAN K'S
BIRIT INCIDENT

Nope, veteran comedian Allan K didn't say anything weird or off here. Still, we're classifying this as a verbal fail because, well, panoorin niyo na lang:


Video via Peter Paul Gil on YouTube


NEXT: It gets worse from here... A lot worse!


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