Except for a few spectators who fainted during the show, there were no untoward incidents, said PO2 Noel Belicario of the Cebu City Police Office.
Revillane sang to the audience and handed out P500 and P1,000 bills at random.
However, nobody was able to answer the series of questions that would have won the show’s jackpot prize of a house and lot.
Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama went on stage and thanked Revillame for bringing the show to Cebu City. The mayor also enjoined the Cebuanos to “have a good time” and enjoy the show.
Revillame was joined in the program by co-host Shalani Soledad and guests Blakdyak and Andrew E.
Medical teams, which include volunteers of the Emergency Rescue Unit Foundation (ERUF), were stationed near the area.
The show wrapped up TV5’s “Sugod mga Kapatid” campaign in Cebu, which started last Wednesday.
TV 5′s local newscast “Aksyon Bisaya” will begin airing tomorrow with anchor Ruphil Bañoc and Darlanne Sino Cruz. /Reporter Ador Vincent Mayol