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Charlene Gonzalez supports ‘The Buzz’ comeback

Charlene Gonzalez open to host The Buzz again.

Beauty queen and host Charlene Gonzalez shared her readiness to join The Buzz again if ever it makes a comeback.

In an interview by PUSH during the premiere night of her husband Aga Muhlach’s Metro Manila Film Festival entry Miracle in Cell No.7, Charlene said she’s ready any time to work again with Boy Abunda and Toni Gonzaga if given a chance.

“You know anytime that I get the opportunity, whatever show it may be to work with Tito Boy [Abunda] and Toni [Gonzaga] again, kahit anong show ‘yan gagawin ko,” she said.

“Mahal na mahal ko sila, they’re such a talented people. I would love to work with them kahit anong show ‘yan,” she added

Gonzalez joined The Buzz in 2010. Together with Toni Gonzaga, they took over after Kris Aquino left the show for family reasons. She stayed as a host of the show for three years after bidding farewell in 2013.

The Buzz comeback

The buzz about a possible return of the Kapamilya network’s most popular showbiz oriented talk show has been going around for quite some time.

The idea first came out when The Buzz‘s former producer Roxy Liquigan tweeted an article from ANCX asking for the return of the showbiz talk show.

Netizens immediately shared their sentiments and approval for the show’s return. With the latest controversies going around social media, more netizens clamored for the comeback of the most successful showbiz-oriented talk show in the country.

Just recently, The Buzz‘s main man Boy Abunda himself asked Toni Gonzaga about her take on the show’s comeback.

In an interview for Tonight With Boy Abunda‘s anniversary, Toni was asked is she’s willing to host The Buzz again if ever ABS-CBN decided to give it another try.

“Working with you, Tito Boy, any time I would say yes,” Toni answered.

“Because I learned so much from you and being with you parang feeling ko laging may bago akong natututunan.

“If there’s one thing that I learned about hosting is that it’s very important for you to listen because if you listen then you learn something new. Whereas when you talk you’re just repeating what you already know,” she added.

Toni was Abunda’s co-host from 2010-2013 and 2014 to 2015.


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