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Piolo Pascual affirms to Charo Santos: ‘Kapamilya Forever’

Despite appearing on a different channel now, Piolo Pascual remarked that he is ‘Kapamilya Forever.’

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11/05/2020 12:44 PM
Piolo Pascual affirms to Charo Santos: ‘Kapamilya Forever’
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Piolo Pascual affirmed that he is a Kapamilya forever even if he is appearing on a different channel at the moment.

In an interview with Charo Santos and Robert Labayen who host the Kumu talk show Dear Charo, the actor asked about the next station ID shoot of ABS-CBN.

“So kailan tayo mag-i-SID ulit?” Pascual asked in the interview.


“Inuumpisahan na!” Labayen replied.

“‘Yan ha, sabi ni PJ, kailan daw tayo mag-i-SID. Why not? Kapamilya forever," Charo said.

Piolo agreed, "Kapamilya forever."

Despite appearing now on a different channel, Piolo believes that Charo and other kapamilyas will always be part of his life.

“Napakaliit ng mundo natin. I guess, tatanda po tayong magkakasama… And I’ll always be grateful for the chance to know people like you, especially you, Tita," he said. 

 

 

“If not for your sound advice, siguro I would have made some choices that I would regret. But you were there, you were always around, you always made yourself available for me whenever I needed it,” Piolo added.

The actor also thanked the ABS-CBN executive for giving him a "home" for years which made him feel secure.

“It relaxed me, made me feel secure, knowing that I had a home, I had a place wherein I can grow and where I can be myself. So thanks for that," he stated. 

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Piolo is currently part of a Sunday noontime show on TV5. The program, which is produced by Brighlight Productions, is in blocktime agreement with the channel.

In July, the House committee denied ABS-CBN a new franchise which shut down the media giant's broadcasting operations. Thousands of employees and its artists had to look for other opportunities following the shutdown.