Party Pilipinas (transl. Party Philippines) is a Philippine television variety show broadcast by GMA Network. Hosted by Regine Velasquez, Ogie Alcasid, Jaya and Janno Gibbs, it premiered on 28 March 2010 replacing SOP. The show concluded on 19 May 2013 with a total of 160 episodes. It was replaced by Sunday All Stars in its timeslot.
Title card in 2010
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||160|
|Executive producer||Lui Cadag|
|Production locations||Studio 7, GMA Network Center, Quezon City, Philippines|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||150 minutes|
|Production company||GMA Entertainment TV|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||March 28, 2010 –|
May 19, 2013
World-renowned artists like the Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez, Singer and Songwriter Ogie Alcasid, Queen of Soul Jaya and King of Soul Janno Gibbs headline the group of the country's top performers, which includes R&B Prince and Princess Jay-R and Kyla, Jolina Magdangal, La Diva, Mark Bautista, Christian Bautista and Rachelle Ann Go, just to name a few. Various GMA Network's primetime stars also serve as regular performers including Marian Rivera, Rhian Ramos, Carla Abellana, Dingdong Dantes, Geoff Eigenmann, Dennis Trillo, Jennylyn Mercado and Mark Anthony Fernandez. New artists are also given a chance to party up with every Sunday. The StarStruck V winners Sarah Lahbati, Steven Silva, Diva Montelaba, Rocco Nacino, and Enzo Pineda lead the youngest rising stars of today, including Joshua Dionisio, Barbie Forteza, Jake Vargas, Bea Binene, Alden Richards, Louise delos Reyes, Derrick Monasterio, Lexi Fernandez, Kristoffer Martin, Joyce Ching, Elmo Magalona and Julie Anne San Jose. Party Pilipinas also marks the return of the most famous twin brothers in the country, Richard Gutierrez and Raymond Gutierrez, who host the show together with the group of partyjocks, which include Tim Yap, KC Montero, Isabelle Daza, and Isabel Oli.
Party Pilipinas is an "all-party and all-positive vibes" show, according to the Corporate Communications Department of GMA Network and the show's new production manager, Ruth Mariñas. 
The hosts of SOP, Regine Velasquez, Ogie Alcasid, Janno Gibbs, and Jaya joined the show along with Kyla and Jay-R and La Diva. In addition, Rachelle Ann Go and Mark Bautista also joined the show.
Louie Ignacio left the show after 25 April episode, due to unknown reasons Headwriter Rommel Gacho became the show's temporary director from 2 May to the 23 May episode before management named Mark A. Reyes and Rico Gutierrez as the show's permanent replacements for Ignacio.
The show also became witness to some of engagements in the Philippines' show business. Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez announced their wedding engagement on 8 August 2010 episode. Velasquez also had her pre-nuptial message and confirmation of pregnancy in the show. PBA player Rich Alvarez and R&B Princess Kyla made known their wedding engagement also in the show during 13 February 2011 episode. On 28 October 2012, the couple announced that they are expecting their first baby on the show. In addition, Jolina Magdangal and Mark Escueta revealed to the public that they are engaged on 6 June 2011 episode.
In 27 March 2011, the show celebrated its first anniversary, having a simultaneous live performances in four key cities in the Philippines: Manila (GMA Studio 7), Baguio (Melvin Jones Grandstand), Davao City (Rizal Park) and Cebu City (Fuente Osmeña Circle) with GMA's in-house directors Noel Cabacungan, Rommel Gacho, Ding Bolanos and Mark A. Reyes. The anniversary episode also included the launch of GMA's Summer Station ID for 2011, "Halo-Halo Ang Summer Saya".
On 17 April to 15 May 2011, GB Sampedro alongside Mark A. Reyes headed the show. Sampedro replaced Gutierrez because the latter had resigned from co-directing the show. On 24 July 2011 Treb Monteras replaced Sampedro from directing the show.
Party Pilipinas became also a home to international guests including U-KISS (28 March 2010, 13 June 2010), Jason Derulo (25 July 2010), Dan Hill (6 February 2011), Far East Movement (13 March 2011), Chauncey Black of Blackstreet (29 January 2012) and Jay Park (6 May 2012).
In 2011, the show received its first award at Catholic Mass Media Awards as Best Entertainment Program, and September 2011, former Pinoy Dream Academy finalist Irish Fullerton performed for the first time on the show as part of her debut on GMA Network.
On 17 June 2012, Direk Rico Gutierrez returned to direct Party Pilipinas Team B, starting with Party Pilipinas: Believe episode.
On 8 February 2013, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) meted a six-month probation period on the show for a dance number that was deemed "sexually charged" by the Board. The MTRCB also ordered GMA-7 to make a public apology.
On 24 March 2013, former ASAP co-host and performer Christian Bautista performed for the first time on the show as part of his debut on GMA Network. He reunited with his co-former ASAP co-hosts and performers Rachelle Ann Go, also his former girlfriend, and Mark Bautista, a good friend of his, with former Pilipinas Got Talent finalist singer Sherwin Baguion, and former Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 finalist Fretzie Bercede while additional to the group.
Party Pilipinas was set in different destinations during Summer 2013 as a celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the show. The show was held at Ynares Center, Antipolo City; Philippine Navy Headquarters, Manila; Le Pavillon, Metropolitan Park, Roxas Boulevard; and Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City. The show's 100,000-sq-m studio in the GMA compound in Quezon City was converted into a state-of-the art hub for the network's 28 hours coverage of the automated elections called "Eleksyon 2013" for 13 May 2013, Monday .
The show had its final episode on May 26, 2013 after GMA management decided to cancel the show and replace it with Sunday All Stars.
- Regine Velasquez-Alcasid (2010–2011; 2012–2013)
- Ogie Alcasid (2010–2013)
- Jaya Ramsey-Gotidoc (2010–2013)
- Janno Gibbs (2010–2013)
Co-hosts and performersEdit
- Aicelle Santos (2010–2013)
- Aira Bermudez
- Alden Richards (2011–2013)
- Aljur Abrenica (2010–2013)
- Alvin De Castro
- Arkin Magalona
- Barbie Forteza
- Bea Binene (2010–2013)
- Benjamin Alves
- Bianca King
- Bubbles Paraiso
- Carla Abellana (2010–2013)
- Christian Bautista  (2013)
- Derrick Monasterio
- Dingdong Dantes
- Diva Montelaba
- Down to Mars
- Ehra Madrigal
- Elmo Magalona (2010–2013)
- Enzo Pineda
- Eugene Herrera
- Frencheska Farr (2010–2013)
- Geoff Eigenmann
- Gian Barbarona
- Glaiza de Castro
- Gloc 9
- Gian Magdangal
- Heart Evangelista-Escudero
- Irish Fullerton
- Isabel Oli
- Isabelle Daza
- Jak Roberto
- Jake Vargas
- Jason Castro
- Jay R
- Jay Perillo
- Jennylyn Mercado (2010–2013)
- Jeric Gonzales
- Jillian Ward
- Jolina Magdangal-Escueta (2010–2013)
- Jonalyn Viray (2010–2013)
- Joyce Ching
- Julian Trono
- Julie Anne San Jose (2010–2013)
- KC Montero
- Ken Chan
- Kris Bernal (2010–2013)
- Kris Lawrence
- Kristofer Martin
- Kylie Padilla
- Lexi Fernandez
- Louise delos Reyes
- Lovi Poe (2010–2013)
- Marian Rivera
- Maricris Garcia
- Mark Bautista (2010–2013)
- Mark Herras (2010–2013)
- Mayton Eugenio
- Maxene Magalona
- Michelle Madrigal
- Michael Pangilinan
- Mike Tan
- Mikoy Morales
- Mona Louise Rey
- Rachelle Ann Go
- Rafael Rosell
- Raymond Gutierrez
- Rhian Ramos
- Richard Gutierrez
- Rita Daniela
- Rocco Nacino
- Rochelle Pangilinan
- Ruru Madrid
- Sam Pinto
- Sef Cadayona
- Sherwin Baguion
- Sexbomb Girls
- Solenn Heussaff
- Steven Silva
- Thea Tolentino
- Tim Yap
- Trina Alcantara
- Wynwyn Marquez
- Yassi Pressman (2010–2013)
- Yssa Alvarez
Former co-hosts / performersEdit
- Andi Manzano (2010–2011)
- Bela Padilla (2010–2012; left due to her Jehovah's Witnesses faith)
- Bernard Cardona
- Chloe McCulley
- Dennis Trillo
- Gaz Holgate
- Geoff Taylor (2010–2011)
- Gino Quillamor
- Gwen Zamora
- Gwendoline Ruais
- Hanna Flores
- Iza Calzado (2010–2012; moved to ABS-CBN)
- Joshua Dionisio (2010–2012; returned to ABS-CBN)
- Katrina Halili (2010–2012; left due to pregnancy)
- Kenneth Monico
- Kevin Cisco
- Marc Abaya
- Marvin Agustin
- Miguel Escueta
- Ronnie Liang
- Sarah Lahbati (2010–2012; left due to breach of GMA Network contract)
- Sunshine Dizon (2010; left due to pregnancy)
- Rico Barrera
- Rico Robles
- Venus Raj (2010–2011; moved to ABS-CBN, now a freelancer)
- Will Devaughn
- XLR8 (2010–2012)
- Ynna Asistio
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|2010||24th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Musical Variety Show||Party Pilipinas||Nominated|||
|Best New Female TV Personality||Frencheska Farr||Nominated|
|Best New Male TV Personality||Elmo Magalona
|2011||25th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Musical Variety Show||Party Pilipinas||Nominated|||
|Best Female TV Host||Regine Velasquez||Nominated|
|ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards||Outstanding Musical Program||Party Pilipinas||Nominated|||
|Outstanding Male Host in a Musical or Variety Program||Ogie Alcasid
|Catholic Mass Media Awards||Best Entertainment Program||Party Pilipinas||Won|||
|2012||ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards||Best Musical Variety Show||Nominated|
|26th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Female TV Host||Regine Velasquez||Nominated|||
|Best Musical Variety Show||Party Pilipinas||Nominated|
|University of Mindanao Student Survey||Best Variety Show||Won|||
|2013||ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards||Outstanding Musical Program||Nominated|||
|27th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Musical Variety Show||Nominated|||
|USTv Students' Choice Awards||Best Talk/Variety Show||Won|
|2014||ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards||Outstanding Musical Program||Nominated|||
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