Toni Gonzaga and Charlene Gonzalez are the new hosts of The Buzz
|by Bernie Franco | July 12, 2010 1:13 AM | |
The two new hosts of The Buzz have been finally introduced yesterday, and they are none other than Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach and Toni Gonzaga. For the past couple of weeks now, many people kept on guessing and speculating as to who would replace Kris Aquino, whose last episode on the showbiz-oriented talk show was last June 27.
Before Charlene joined Boy Abunda and KC Concepcion on stage, a VTR was shown with Charlene’s husband, actor Aga Muhlach, who said that he knew his wife missed being active in showbiz. “Hindi lang niya sinasabi ‘yan pero I’m really sure she missed it,” he said, who added that he is also excited about his wife’s showbiz comeback.
Charlene said that it has always been her dream to work with Boy and she finally got the chance through The Buzz. “Life works in mysterious ways ‘di ba? At katulad ng sinabi mo (Boy), kailangan handa din tayo sa change,” said the former beauty queen. “At pumayag ang asawa ko. Maraming salamat, bhie (term of endearment with Aga), ha. He was supposed to be here today but may shooting para sa movie niya with Angel (Locsin).”
Asked what made her accept the offer to host the entertainment program, Charlene’s interesting response was, “Well, ayoko nang maging safe.”
Toni, on the other hand, got emotional during her welcome because in accepting to be host on The Buzz, she had to give up her stint on Saturday showbiz talk show Entertainment Live. She thanked her former E-Live co-hosts, Bianca Gonzalez, Mariel Rodriguez and Luis Manzano, whom she considers her siblings in showbiz. Toni also thanked Boy, who paved the way for her to become part of The Buzz. “Isa sa mga dahilan kung bakit ako nakatayo dito ay dahil sa ‘yo,” she addressed the King of Talk.
Toni said that she is ready to be the host of The Buzz and is looking forward to working with the best. When teased that she is a chismosa, Toni clarified, “Hindi po ako chismosa, ako po ay talagang keen observer.”
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