Vice Ganda hints about the return of Vhong Navarro. Will he officially come back on Monday?
VHONG NAVARRO – Several weeks after posting bail, it seems like we’ll finally be seeing Vhong Navarro in Its Showtime.
Kapamilya host and actor Vhong Navarro receives temporary freedom after posting Php 1 million bail from cases filed by Deniece Cornejo against him. He was detained at the NBI Detention Facility for more than one (1) month and was later on transferred to Taguig City Jail.
Before Christmas week, he was freed and this is something he is deeply grateful for.
After his release, his lawyers assured the public that he will return to his hosting duties on Its Showtime but did not give a specific date for his comeback. Accordingly, he’ll still take his time to spend time with his family and to adjust to his life after his incarceration.
And just recently, in the recent episode of Ist Showtime, main host Vice Ganda gave away some hints about someone coming back to the noontime show. Many people speculate that this is Navarro as he is the only one who’s been missing from the show.
During the opening segment of the show, Vice expressed his thoughts about realizing the importance of struggles in life. These challenges hold value.
In the same statements, Vice hinted about someone special coming back to the show.
“May kausap nga ako kaninang madaling-araw, e. Sabi ko, ‘Bitbitin mo yang excitement mo. Sa sobrang mabibigat ng pinagdaanan mo last year, ang pinakamaganda namang kasama niyan, e, sinamahan ka, kinampihan ka at pinaniwalaan ka ng madlang pipol, kaya bitbitin mo yang excitement mo, pagbalik mo sa Lunes.”
This is Vice’s statement which immediately drove people to speculate that this person is Navarro.
Watch the video below:
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