The GMA 59th Anniversary Special Airs Tonight on SNBO

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The GMA 59th Anniversary Special Airs Tonight on SNBO


Heralding the network's almost six decades of superior broadcasting leadership and excellence, GMA Network celebrates its 59 glorious years of television modernism with a glittering and grandiose pageantry of star force bearing the anniversary theme "One Glamorous Night: Greater and Grateful at 59."An evening of high style and glamour, the two-hour special highlights the grandest parade of Kapuso stars and programs in a flamboyant fashion show at the Araneta Coliseum. It will showcase the network's ever-evolving television ideals and innovations through the glitz of its own artists. The special also delves into the 10 elements of TV (color, moves, style, image, heart, sound, numbers, power, soul, and reach) interpreted through flashy performances, music, choreography, lights and fashion.Festive and modish, the television element of COLOR is represented through a grand opening number featuring the massive pool of 100 Kapuso stars, professional ramp models and air dancers.The force that radiates emotion into artistic action, MOVES will be interpreted by GMA's Dance Royalties through hip-hop and ballroom face-offs.A glamorous portrayal behind the network's image, STYLE will be represented by the roster of GMA Kontrabida's as they introduce the idea of nostalgia of hi-glam. Upholding its vision of transparency, the element of IMAGE presents the most respected personalities of GMA News and Public Affairs who exemplifies hard work in delivering a comprehensive and balance reportage of the truths of the times.The force that embodies the station's achievements and downfalls, HEART features the ensemble of GMA's top-caliber comediennes headed by the comical duo of Yaya and Angelina. …

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