By Marinel R. Cruz
“In this industry, it’s advisable to not burn your bridges,” TV host Amy Perez said. There was no bad blood between her and her former TV5 bosses, she stressed, but went as far as admitting that she had a “misunderstanding” with the production team of her erstwhile reality program, “Face the People,” on the Kapatid channel.
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Amy Perez will be sorely missed as the feisty yet endearing “Tiyang Amy” in TV 5’s “Face to Face.” After her three–year hosting stint in the masang-masa show, she feels it’s time to “graduate” and venture into something else.
TV5 host Amy Perez posted a photo of her newborn, Isaiah Joaquin, on Twitter. “I now have a teenaged boy, toddler boy and baby boy! I love being a mother!”
MANILA, Philippines—TV5 host Amy Perez delivered a 7.5-pound baby boy Wednesday morning, a source close to the television celebrity said. The baby’s name is Isaiah Joaquin.—Bayani San Diego
By Allan Policarpio
Due to a delicate pregnancy, doctors advised television host-actress Amy Perez to reduce her weekly workload. As a precautionary measure, she decided to take a break from her morning talk show on TV5, “Face to Face.”