Kris Aquino moving on

>> Thursday, March 18, 2010

Kris is not leaving The Buzz after realizing her real standing in her brother Noynoy's campaign which proves her critics to be wrong:

MANILA, Philippines - Kris Aquino on Thursday she would not leave "The Buzz," which came after her tearful statements Sunday.

However, she said she would be seen less frequently on the show, as she would be on the campaign trail more often. (Watch: Kris Aquino answers ‘Buzz’-ing question in Ilocos sortie)

Kris made the statement during a campaign sortie for her brother, Senator Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III, who is running for president, in the Ilocos Region.

Regarding her presence in the daily showbiz talk show Showbiz News Ngayon, she praised her temporary replacements Mariel Rodriguez, Bianca Gonzales, and Toni Gonzaga.

"Si Toni, Bianca and Mariel, kina-career talaga nila yung pagdadamit, talagang super bonggacious ang mga outfit nila, [and] the rapport, most especially halatang-halata kasi si Boy dahil si Mariel alaga niya so favorite niya talaga," she told ABS-CBN News's Mario Dumaual.

"They're doing such a great job, Mario... it's really excellent na nabigyan sila ng chance na ito, and by all means, ako, happy ako to share it with them," she said when asked if she would be willing to return to SNN.

"Nasa sa inyo po iyan. They're doing OK right now, it's something we have to discuss also. Kasi Mario, nami-miss ko na rin, I've been remiss as a parent... so I think pagkatapos [ng kampanya] kailangan bumawi sa mga anak," she said.

'Overwhelmed' by Ilocanos' reception

Meanwhile, said she was overwhelmed by the reception the campaign of her brother received in their visit to the Ilocos region.

"History has really moved on," the TV host said during their historic first visit to the region where their family's traditional rival, the Marcoses, hail from. (Read: Aquino campaigns in Marcos country)

Kris said that while on the plane to Laoag City, she had been praying for fear that no one would be greeting them on their arrival at the airport.

She said she remembered that back in the 1980s, visits by her late mother, former president Corazon Aquino, was met by residents closing their doors and windows.

"Our politics has really matured through time," she said.

She was also accompanied by her husband, basketball player James Yap. With reports from Mario Dumaual, ABS-CBN News


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