Willie Revillame interview on 24 Oras: "Hindi po ako ang sumira ng Wowowee"

When was the last time we heard Willie Revillame saying, "Ang Wowowee ang programa ng bawat Pilipino"?

Willie last said that line on May 4, 2010, his last day on Wowowee, which was later axed by ABS-CBN.

That was supposed to be the last time Willie had to say those words, but tonight, he said it again not on ABS-CBN, but on GMA 7's 24 Oras.

Kinda funny right?

Is Willie and Wowowee moving to GMA 7? Why was Willie talkin' about Wowowee on ABS-CBN's rival show?

In the interview, Willie said that ABS-CBN was the one responsible for what happened to Wowowee. "Ang programa pong Wowowee, hindi ako nag-patay nyan. Hindi po ako ang sumira ng Wowowee kundi sila rin... Ang Wowowee po ang programa ng bawat Pilipino," Willie said to anchor Mike Enriquez.

It's even funnier now that GMA 7 is willing to use its program and allot time for Willie's sentiments against his former employer, who happens to be the closest competitor of GMA.

If you remember, some GMA 7 hosts and shows freely talked and reported about the Wowowee Wilyonaryo Scandal before, which put Willie and Wowowee into the bad light. And now GMA is helping out Willie talk bad against ABS-CBN.

Also in the interview, Willie, who has no TV program now, has insisted that his contract with ABS-CBN is over and evealed he's willing to grab offers from any network other than ABS-CBN. "Sa ngayon pwde na kong makipagnegosasyon sa kahit anong network, kung sino may offer."

For the meantime, he is planning to do provincial shows just like when he was still on Wowowee. "Maglilibot pa rin po tayo sa mga probinsya para makapagbigay saya sa mga Pilipino," he said.

Don't be surprised if Willie will be guesting on Eat Bulaga or Startalk. To Joey De Leon, is it just fine with you?

About M.I.

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