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WATCH: Sexbomb Girls reunite, perform new version of 'The Spaghetti Song' for new endorsement

By Ratziel San Juan Published Feb 21, 2023 1:35 pm Updated Feb 21, 2023 2:04 pm

Miss seeing the Sexbomb Girls together?

Netflix Philippines brought the first-generation P-pop group together to advertise their lower subscription rates to the tune of The Spaghetti Song.

The streaming service dropped a video teaser showing six of the girls (sub-unit perhaps?) dancing in a Studio Choom-esque set on Monday, Feb. 20, and followed it up with the complete version on Tuesday, Feb. 21.

The group's leader, Rochelle Pangilinan, earlier posted in response to Netflix's teaser: "Pak! Sabay sabay tayong umawit!"

"Katuwa. Ano ito Roc?  Pabulong naman hahaha," TV writer Suzette Doctolero commented on the post, to which Pangilinan simply replied: Naku bongga yan... ano po yan... pm (private message) kita."

Doctolero, who wrote a huge portion of the hit show, revealed that even she did not know the details.

"Lols ako ang nagsulat ng Daisy Siete mula kalahati ng Season 1 hanggang ika 7th year ata (13 yrs ago na ba or more?) na excite ako kung ano rin ito. Wala akong alam," Doctolero posted.

"Sexbomb Girls" and "Daisy Syete" landed on Twitter Philippines' trending topics on the morning of Feb. 21 as some fans speculated that Netflix will release all seasons of Daisy Siete, launch a reboot altogether, premiere a documentary on the girls, or even stage their music comeback.

Sexbomb was one of the best-selling girl groups in the Philippines in the early 2000s. They rose to fame as dancers for noontime show Eat Bulaga, while finding success in singing and acting, including in the Kapuso anthology series Daisy Siete, which lasted 26 seasons.