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90s Boy Band The Moffatts On What They Love Most About The Philippines

Scott, Dave, Clint, and Bob, popularly known as The Moffatts, are in the country for their reunion tour.

 

 

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Two years ago, Clint, Bob, and Scott were also in Manila for their Farewell Tour. This year, as a special treat for their fans, Dave joined his brothers, reuniting onstage for a one night concert.

The guys arrived in the Philippines last week. They've just finished the Cebu leg of their tour, and are currently busy with radio and TV guestings to promote their concert that's going to happen on November 30 at the New Frontier Theater (formerly Kia Theater) in Cubao, Quezon City. 

 

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Chillin in Cebu. Who’s coming on the 23rd?? Link in bio 2 get tickets #takemetosolea #themoffattsliveincebu

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Was great walking around Cebu today. Beautiful city!! #welovecebu #themoffattsliveincebu #takemetosolea

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In an intimate session with the members of the press, the hit 90s boy band shared what they love about the Philippines. “The people here are very positive and they really embrace family which is very nice,” says Bob. For Clint, it's the warm welcome of their Filipino fans—“you're always greeted by amazing people—it makes everything worthwhile.”

They even developed love for Filipino food. “We just had boodle fight in Cebu. I like eating with my hands. I like adobo, lechon, and sisig, I am a big fan of Filipino food,” says Dave.

 

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From left: Clint, Dave, Scott, and Bob Moffatt

 

When we asked if they have learned any Tagalog words so far, the guys took us by surprise: “I've heard it this morning... charot,” says Scott. "And how do you say 'oh my god' in Filipino? Juskolord.”

“We're not charoting around," interjected Clint.

 

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Had fun together yesterday #bros #themoffatts #baliricefields #brothers

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The Moffatts will take their fans on a trip down memory lane when they perform their iconic songs such as “Miss You Like Crazy," “If Life Is So Short," and “I'll Be There For You.”

 

 

The Moffatts will also introduce their new EP, Chapter II, with the newly released single “So In Love.”

 

 

 

Catch The Moffatts on November 30 at The New Frontier Theater! Tickets are available at ticketnet.com.ph

 

Photo by Judy Arias