On April 17, host Karla Estrada reacted to Jolina Magdangal not giving her a video message after landing her ‘Face2Face’ project.
At the media conference for the premiere of ‘Face2Face’, which LionhearTV covered, Estrada clarified that she and her fellow Momshie remain friends.
“Hindi ko ‘yun naisip kasi kilala ko si Mamshie Jols. May mga reasons tayo na dapat irespeto bilang kaibigan. Ako lang ‘to ha, kung paano ako makipagkaibigan. Hindi ako judgmental sa mga kaibigan ko. Ang importante, alam kong magkakaibigan kami. So ayaw kong bigyan ng rason si Mamshie Jols dahil siya ‘yun.”
She then insisted that there were no issues between them.
“But I don’t think na mayroong problema, I don’t think na may problema. I don’t think na may problemang personal.”
As for their co-host Melai Cantiveros, who gave her a message, Estrada highlighted the value of celebrating her friends.
“Si Mamshie Mels, ganyan naman ang pagkatao niya bilang kaibigan, so i-celebrate natin ‘yung kanilang mga ano–mga type gawin bilang mga kaibigan.”
Earlier, Estrada, Magdangal, and Cantiveros hosted the ABS-CBN morning talk show, ‘Magandang Buhay.’
However, Estrada had to leave when she ran as an official party member for Tingog Sinirangan. This party coincidentally voted no to ABS-CBN’s renewal in 2020.
As for her upcoming TV5 project, Face2Face aired in 2010, trending due to in-person confrontations. Amy Perez (2010 to 2013) and Gelli de Belen (2012 to 2013) hosted the TV5 program before its reboot.
‘Face2Face’ returns to TV5 with new hosts Karla Estrada and Alex Calleja.
The public service show includes the latest set of Trio Tagapayo with Atty. Lorna Capunan, Dr. Love Jun Banaag, and returning adviser Dr. Camille Garcia.
Frank Lloyd Mamaril directs Face2Face, which airs on May 1 at 11 am via TV5 and Cignal TV.