Di umubra ang naunang plano, kailangang ‘hiwalayan’ si Ogie

REGINE walang kawala sa GMA, bawal lumipat sa TV5


Hindi pa makakalipat ng network si Regine Velasquez. Ngayong officially Kapatid na nga si Ogie Alcasid, all his news are all about TV5.

As we said, his silver concert na “25: I Write The Songs” this Aug. 16, 8 p.m. sa SM Mall of Asia Arena for the benefit of World Vision, its media partner is now TV5 and not GMA anymore.

The concert that will feature 28 guest artists and more special surprise guests will also be co-presented by Smart and PLDT.
Now, isa nga sa guest ni Ogie of course ay ang asawa niyang Songbird and with Ogie moving out of GMA and moving to TV5, si Regine ang next na binabalitang lilipat at susunod sa mister.

Ang blind item, now that her contract is expiring this month, hindi na raw ito magri-renew at hindi nga ito humihingi ng renewal contract.

Hindi rin nagku-confirm si Ogie about this dahil hindi niya raw sakop ang career decision ng kaniyang asawa so kung ano ang magiging decision nito, he will accept and support.

Now, segue tayo sa contract ni Ogie sa TV5 na three or five years daw. So at least three or five years na hindi magkakatrabaho ng magkasama ang asawa sa TV dahil pipirma si Regine within this week or within this month ng renewal sa GMA.

Why is this so? Kasi, may option to renew pala ang expiring contract ni Regine in favor of the Kapuso network and GMA is using this option kaya walang kawala ang Songbird and needs to sign up again for at least two or four years ba?

Oh well, they can also do a movie together or a concert together so their fans won’t miss their team up but never in TV.

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