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How Maine Mendoza’s birthday celebration on ‘Daddy’s Gurl’ fared in NUTAM and Kantar Media surveys

  • Maine Mendoza’s ‘Daddy’s Girl’ birthday celebration won against its rival in the NUTAM Peoples Rating survey
  • Many netizens celebrated with Maine during her birthday bash in the Kapuso Network comedy series 
  • The actress’ birthday celebration was filled with love and happiness

On March 02, a day before Maine Mendoza’s 24th birthday, she celebrated a birthday treat in GMA Network’s primetime comedy series ‘Daddy’s Gurl,’ where she plays the role of Stacey Otogan.

According to the NUTAM People Rating survey, the birthday celebration episode of Maine in ‘Daddy’s Gurl’ topped its rival Saturday show ‘World of Dance Philippines’ in the TV ratings.


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The birthday bash tagged as #DADDYSBirthdayGurl gained a total percentage of 11.3 people audience as compared to Kapamilya Network’s dance competition ‘World of dance Philippines’ which only garnered a total percentage of 10.9 viewers.

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Meanwhile in Kantar Media, ‘Daddy’s Gurl’ registered a rating of 18.9%, far lower from its rival show ‘World of Dance Philippines’ with 30.5% rating.

In the 21st episode of ‘Daddy’s Gurl,’ it featured the epic birthday celebration of Stacey Otogan (Maine Mendoza) as the people around her, her family, and friends made her feel not special as they acted out not remembering her special day at all. But little did she know that they have planned a birthday surprise and specially made by her father, Barak Otogan(Vic Sotto).

The celebration was a fun-filled family experience for Maine, with the cast of the show and the TV audiences.

While ABS-CBN Network’s reality dance competition ‘World Of Dance Philippines’ aired the face-off between talents that won in the first round of the competition. The first competitors were the Gensan DSK versus Cejrich & Tintin in an electrifying dance showdown, where Cejrich & Tintin won the round garnering an average total score of 86.3 versus its rival which only got 81.7 percent.

A team showdown followed where the Exporters group won, gaining an average of 90 percent versus the Foxy Ladies which only got 82 percent. Next were the street dancers where the Little Warriors won with a total percentage of 94.3 versus the Cool Kids Crew which only got 84 percent. And lastly, the junior solo dance show-off where judges Gary Valenciano, Maja Salvador, and Billy Crawford made a hard decision. But in the end, the solo act named Ken San Jose won by garnering an average score of 95 versus Dhaomac who gained a close second with 94 percent.

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Written by Rochelle Pamotongan

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