Can 'you gonna be surprised' be used instead of 'you're gonna be surprised'?

Google supports both almost equally:


gonna is informal and thus, those both sentences take liberty in sticking to the grammar rules defined.

You gonna be surprised (even informal) = You're gonna be surprised.

Politely, you are going to be (get) surprised!

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