Rumor has it that the country’s noontime show icons headlining Eat Bulaga are leaving the show. If there’s truth to that, are we ready for an end of an era? The big question is: Are Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon really taking the exit?

No one could get a direct and final answer from anywhere. Good thing, Korina Sanchez-Roxas asked the question. “Tito Sen,” longtime musician, TV host, and public servant once Senate President, answered the question in the latest edition of Korina Interviews on NET25.

“Listening to the lofe and times of Tito Sen, sobra akong nangingiti at naluluha. Bihira lang kasi ang ganyang kuwento. Indeed, a story for the ages of the entertainment industry”, Korina said.

Tito Sotto, in a rare one on one interview talked about growing up in a showbiz clan and how he and his gang made a name for themselves until they were golden. “Hindi uso sa amin ang overexposed. Sabay sabay ang mga programa namin noon. Nanguna na ang Iskul Bukol”, narrated Sotto. Mula paglaki sa Castelo-Sotto clan, hanggang sa pagtanan nila ng superstar noon na si Helen Gamboa, ang pagpapalaki sa mga successful na anak hanggang sa maging icon sa industriya sa 44 years ng Ear Bulaga hanggang sa pagiging Senate President.

All these and more this weekend , Sunday at 5 pm after the rom-com Goodwill on NET25.

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