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Billboard Hot 100: October 8, 2016

Here are the Top 10 songs from the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of October 8, 2016.

1. The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey – Closer. No. 1 last week.

2. Twenty One Pilots – Heathens. No. 2 last week.

3. Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber & M0 – Cold Water. No. 3 last week.

4. DJ Snake feat. Justin Bieber – Let Me Love You. No. 6 last week.

*Due to a lack of an official music/lyric video, no video is available for the song.

5. Sia feat. Sean Paul – Cheap Thrills. No. 4 last week.

6. Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better. No. 8 last week.

7. The Chainsmokers feat. Daya – Don’t Let Me Down. No. 5 last week.

8. D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty – Broccoli. No. 12 last week.

9. Charlie Puth feat. Selena Gomez – We Don’t Talk Anymore. No. 13 last week.

10. Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna – This Is What You Came For. No. 7 last week.

All videos of the Top 10 songs can be viewed above. Our thanks to Billboard for this week’s Hot 100 Top 10.

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Tonight with Boy Abunda Turns One

‘Ang Probinsyano’ is not the only primetime program with a one-year anniversary celebration.

On the same night Coco Martin made his television return as a crime-fighting cop, Boy Abunda decided that he’ll be better off working on a talk show alone. His show, ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’, premiered on September 28, 2015, replacing ‘Aquino & Abunda Tonight’ which he co-hosted with erstwhile ABS-CBN star Kris Aquino.

Initially thought of as a ‘transitional’ show, ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’ managed to stay on the air longer than anyone could have imagined. The show was a decent hit in the ratings, even though late-night television tends to draw fewer viewers at this point in time.

Throughout the past year, ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’ provided some memorable interviews with several of the country’s top subjects. The anniversary episode last Wednesday was no exception, as Boy’s guest Amy Perez talked about the latest news of her life and career.

In an age where late night talk shows are a rare breed in the country, ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’ continues to stand tall. Although the show lasts for 15-20 minutes, the time duration is more than enough for Boy to grill his guests with the same explosive style that he has been known for all these years.

The seeming seriousness of the show may be intentional at times, but ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’ has quietly carved out a loyal following since its premiere. And while the show is not as ‘comedic’ as other talk shows, Boy’s knack for bringing out the best in his subjects will always be an asset.

Now that it is on its second year, expect more explosion and revelation on ‘Tonight with Boy Abunda’. The show may have survived its first year, but the best is yet to come.

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