Vhong Navarro is rather one of the top celebrities nowadays, especially in the field of hosting and comedy. The skinny funny guy who danced with the Universal Motion Dancers is now one of the most sought-after comedic leading men.
We can all say that Vhong’s popularity sky rocketed after his unexpected pairing with It’s Showtime co-host Anne Curtis.
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What people didn’t expect to last, has actually proven that it is worthy of the noon-time slot of the country’s biggest network. With almost 9 years of running, the Showtime cast has treated each other as family and has functioned as a safety haven for most of its stars.
We can all recall the support this show provided to Vhong Navarro when he was involved in a rather controversial issue with then model Deniece Cornejo. Showbiz news outlets clamored for Vhong’s story and it was the talk of the World Wide Web for quite some time
The issue has then passed, charges were pressed from each side and the court has recently ruled over it. For the first time after four years, Mr. Suave lead star Vhong Navarro shares his thoughts and realizations about the whole hullabaloo with Cornejo.
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According to him, he now sees those events as a God’s way of reaching out to him and reminding him to get his feet back to the ground.
“Sa akin kasi, di ba, kailangan mo kasing… siguro dahil tumaas ang lipad [ko]. Kailangan Niya akong bigyan ng leksiyon. Hindi yabang, e. Hindi ko alam…Siguro para sa sarili ko, yung masyado akong naging bilib sa sarili ko. Kung ano yung nakikita ko, kung ano ang [gusto] ko, baka puwede kong makuha agad. Siguro hinumble Niya ako ulit,” he adds.
This is also the reason why every time he prays, he says that he always asks guidance from the Almighty to keep reminding him to never be arrogant again.
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The court has recently ruled against Deniece Cornejo, Cedric Lee, and Jed Fernandez declaring them guilty of grave coercion.