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‘Minute To Win It’ Tests Celebrity Kids’ Skills in ‘Last Kid Standing’


“Minute to Win It” serves up more fun and excitement this Christmas season as it once again gives kids a shot at winning big prizes in its “Last Kid Standing” edition, which begins on Monday (Dec 19) on ABS-CBN.

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Like in “Last Man Standing,” eight kiddie players will battle it out in a series of six challenges with no time limit, using only ordinary objects that can be found at home and in the office. The player who is last to accomplish or cannot finish the challenge will be eliminated after each challenge, until only two players remain.

These two kiddie players will go straight to the Head-to-Head Challenge, where they will face off in three nerve-wracking challenges.

The competition will be made even more exciting because the first player who completes each challenge first gets to win toys, gadgets, appliances, or trips to different local and international destinations.

The player who wins two out of the three games in the Head-to-Head challenge will play the Ultimate Challenge, where he or she will be given the chance to win the P1 million-jackpot prize.

Kapamilya child stars Clarence Delgado, Raikko Mateo, Alonzo Muhlach, Vito Quizon, Marco Masa, Esang de Torres, Chun Sa Jung, and Nhikzy Calma are just some of the first Kapamilya child stars who will play in the show, and will face off with regular players who successfully auditioned.

Since “Minute to Win It” returned to television last July, it has consistently rated highly and remains to be the most watched game show in the country. This year, it has produced two millionaires: actresses Jodi Sta. Maria and Meg Imperial.

But aside from the program giving away prizes and helping out Kapamilya players, its host Luis Manzano has also given back to some of those who participated in its challenges. Luis has paid for the dentures of Tatay Roman, a dedicated father and sari-sari store owner. Luis also donated a tricycle to Kuya Onio, and paid for the birthday party of his daughter.

Don’t miss “Minute to Win It: Last Kid standing” beginning Monday (Dec 19) Mondays to Fridays on ABS-CBN. For updates on the program, visit www.facebook.com/MinutePHL or follow @MinutePHL on Twitter and Instagram.

1 Comment on ‘Minute To Win It’ Tests Celebrity Kids’ Skills in ‘Last Kid Standing’

  1. cute ni Bruce

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