Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Toni happy to work with John Lloyd again

MANILA – Television host and actress Toni Gonzaga never thought she will be given another chance to work with John Lloyd Cruz, who is one of the most sought-after actors of his generation. In an interview with ABS-CBN News on Tuesday, Gonzaga said she is excited to establish their on-screen chemistry anew – this time on the small screen. “Sabi ko nga, akala ko hindi ko na siya makakatambal ulit. Akala ko first and last na namin yung ‘Amnesia Girl.’ First time naming mag-TV so sana everyone will get to be a part of it. Sana they will enjoy,” she said. Gonzaga and Cruz will star in a sitcom titled "Home Sweetie Home," which is said to be like a modern-day version of the comedy series "John En Marsha." “It’s the newest Kapamilya sitcom so sana tangkilikin ng ating mga kapamilya… [It’s about] young lovers na eventually will get married and will have a family. Sa Philippines, usually kapag pinakasalan mo ang isa, pinakasalan mo ang buong pamilya. It’s a riot family comedy,” she said. In the first teaser for "Home Sweetie Home" released online, Cruz and Gonzaga are seen alone in a room apparently preparing to get intimate -- until they get disturbed by family members. Portraying the apparent parents of Gonzaga's character are Sandy Andolong and Rico J. Puno. Child star Clarence Delgado and teen actress Miles Ocampo, meanwhile, play her siblings. Life after ‘The Buzz’ Meanwhile, Gonzaga made it clear that she has no ill feelings after leaving “The Buzz” weeks ago. Stressing that she has no regrets hosting the entertainment show for three years, Gonzaga said: “I think 'The Buzz' is already an institution. I also miss doing that show. I’ve learned so much for the past three years that I’ve hosted the show. Hindi ko maipagpapalit ang natutunan ko doon.” Gonzaga said she understands the management’s decision to reformat the show, adding that she trusts that the network knows what’s best for the show -- and her career. “Ganun talaga, kailangan ng rotation and kailangan ng improvement ng lahat ng programa. As an employee of ABS-CBN, trabaho lang naman, wala talagang personalan,” she said. "The Buzz" was reformatted into "Buzz ng Bayan," which is now hosted by Boy Abunda, Carmina Villaroel and Janice de Belen.

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