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Amy Perez: I Haven’t Resigned But Changes Coming To TV5’s Face To Face, Ang Latest, Talentadong Pinoy

Amy Perez, while clarifying that she has not resigned from her shows, has revealed that changes are coming to TV5 shows Talentadong Pinoy, Face To Face and Ang Lates.

Talking to the Philippine Entertainment Portal recently, Perez explained, “Hindi pa ako nagre-resign. Alam mo, doon ako natatawa. Let’s just clear it na hindi ako nag-resign.”

“Walang natanggap si Sir Perci [Intalan, TV5 executive]… wala pa akong isina-submit na resignation,” the veteran host added, according to PEP.

She said that news reports saying that she has resigned from Face To Face are mistaken.

Nonetheless, the host said that changes are on the way for hit TV5 shows Talentadong Pinoy, Face To Face and Ang latest.

“Kasama [ang Face To Face] sa may mga changes sa TV5… Talentadong Pinoy, Face to Face, Ang Latest. Lahat naman dito inaayos nila e. May reason ang management for doing that, so you have to respect their decision,” she said.

According to her, this has prompted some controversy inside the backyard of the Kapatid Network.

“Kaya lang siyempre, because of ganung pangyayari, siyempre yung ibang mga tao, low morale, emotional, may tendency na mag-panic. So, maraming bagay ang mga nagawa, nasabi, naging emosyunal,” she said.

“‘Yun ang mga inaayos ngayon ng TV5, which hindi mo naman iyon maiaalis sa isang tao na siyempre nagtatrabaho at may pamilyang pinapakain at binubuhay, syempre, di ba? But it’s normal that your reaction will be magpa-panic ka,” she added.

According to her, it should be expected that things in the entertainment industry are not permanent. She says that one cannot expect a show to be there until their last breath. Everything has an end, she said.

Meanwhile, Perez also talked about rumors that she is not in good terms with her Face To Face staff. People should ask the TV5 management and her friends who know the real her, she said.

The host admitted that there are things that need to be fixed and people who are immature who need to be talked to but she maintained that she does her job and gives it her all because that is what her show asks of her.

As for rumors that she will be transferring networks, Perez was noncommittal.

“So, whether I can go back to 2 [ABS-CBN] or I can be with 7 [GMA], I can even work for Channel 4, I can even work for RPN 9, I can work for Channel 13. So, wala akong problema doon,” PEP quotes the host as saying.

Even so, Perez said that she is talking with Intalan and the TV5 management and that they are looking at possible projects for her. Asked about future shows to replace Face To Face, the host just said, “May pinag-uusapang ganun. Inaayos pa.”

Meanwhile, Perez also tackled what was pointed out to be the reason she resigned from Face To Face when reports of her resignation came out.

According to the actress and host, she really has some health issues, particularly because of her caesarean section.

“Oo, sa back ko, sa caesarean. Alam naman natin na, physically, kung babae ka, nakita mo ganyan ka, akala mo healed ka na. Pero yung ceasarean, sa loob, hindi pa completely healed. So, six months pa lang ako… sariwa pa yung sugat,” she said.

Asked if her health issue will push her to resign, she confirmed.

“Puwede, kasi kung hindi kaya ng katawan mo, bakit mo ipipilit? Hindi pa ako nagre-resign pero isa iyan sa sinasabi kong hindi ko kaya—ang taxing na schedule o yung maraming schedule kasi nga iba pala ang feeling kapag caesarian ka sa normal [delivery],” she said.

According to Perez, her health issue is a topic in her discussions with TV5 executive Perci Intalan. The executive and her are talking about possible shows she can do taking her condition into consideration.

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Amy Perez: I Haven’t Resigned But Changes Coming To TV5’s Face To Face, Ang Latest, Talentadong Pinoy

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