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  • “Hold on tight. Because… I’m almost there.” Facebook account on Tuesday, September 17 as she hints on making a comeback “soon.” This comes weeks after the actress revealed she is no lon­ger with TV5, which served as her home network since 2011.

    On her Facebook post, Sharon assures her fans that she will “make up for lost time” “I prom­ise you that you will have your Sha­ron back, SOON.” She added, “I promise you that by God’s grace I will be able to complete all my PROJECTS as soon as possible, one after another, and they will all be my GIFT TO YOU — for staying with me, stead­fast and true… for loving and sup­porting me through all my ups and downs.”

    In a statement published on The STAR entertainment editor Ricky Lo’s column, Sharon’s talent management Viva Entertainment revealed the actress’ contract with TV5 ended last August 18, “more than two years ahead of the original contract period that was supposed to expire in 2016.”

    The statement also re­vealed that Sharon left the network with “a host of unresolved issues pertaining to the pre-termination of the contract, including the causes thereof and the consequential in­juries suffered by the aggrieved party.”

    Sharon did three programs for TV5: the talk show “Sharon, Kasama mo, Kapatid,” the variety show “The Mega and the Song­writer,” and the daily comedy series “Madam Chairman.”

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