16 Feb '11, 7am

Jacky Wu returns to keep "Guess Guess Guess" going - Channel NewsAsia via @AddThis

Jacky Wu returns to keep "Guess Guess Guess" going - Channel NewsAsia via @AddThis

TAIPEI: Taiwan veteran television host Jacky Wu revealed Tuesday that he was happy to return as the host of long-running Taiwan variety show "Guess Guess Guess", reported Taiwan media. "The show is totemic in Taiwan. It has been running for 14 years and everybody hopes to keep it going. It is a waste to let it end just like that. "I have very close ties with the show's producer and when he asked me to return, I did," Wu told reporters. 48-year-old Wu is slated to co-host the revamped "Guess Guess Guess" with talk-show host Patty Hou, the first episode of which will air on February 26 in Taiwan. Wu quit the show last year when "Guess Guess Guess" suffered dismal ratings and was replaced by veteran host Harlem Yu and Taiwan pop trio S.H.E's Selina Jen. Unfortunately, Jen met with a filming accident in October last year, that left her with severe burns on her body and unable ...

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