Anne Curtis assures she's not transferring networks: 'Kalma lang madlang peeps!' | Inquirer Entertainment

Anne Curtis assures she’s not transferring networks: ‘Kalma lang madlang peeps!’

/ 01:24 PM July 02, 2021
Anne Curtis

Anne Curtis (Image: Instagram/@annecurtissmith)

Anne Curtis assured that she will not be leaving ABS-CBN amid rumors that started after she met with GMA Network executives.

Speculations started yesterday, July 1, when one Twitter user with the handle @acurtisheussaff shared a screenshot of producer Joey Abaca’s Instagram post showing him in a video call with Curtis.


“Thank God for a very productive afternoon! Very refreshing to see you again @annecurtissmith #goodvibes #gmafilms #gma #viva,” Abaca’s original Instagram post yesterday read.

“[Curtis] please tell us na [GMA] films lang at hindi ka lilipat sa [GMA],” the curious netizen said in her tweet.


(Please tell us that this is just for GMA films and that you are not transferring to GMA.)

The actress herself took notice of the tweet and shut down speculations quickly before it could blow up.

“Hahaha Yes. Kalma (Calm down). They pitched a film for next year na hindi pa naman (that is not) sure yet. As always, I need to read the script first before making a decision,” Curtis tweeted also yesterday.

“The last [Viva] x [GMA] film I did was ‘IN YOUR EYES’ with Ate Claudine & Richard. I was already a Kapamilya then. So Kalma Lang (So just calm down)!” she added


Fan speculations on Curtis’ transfer coincided with the day longtime ABS-CBN star Bea Alonzo officially transferred to the Kapuso network.

In another tweet, Curtis emphasized that she will also be returning to ABS-CBN’s noontime variety show “It’s Showtime,” where she hosted alongside Vice Ganda, Karylle, Vhong Navarro and Ryan Bang, among others.

She started her break from hosting on the said show when she was still pregnant with her first daughter, Dahlia. She gave birth in March last year in Australia and has since returned to the Philippines with her family last February.

Along with her sister-in-law Solenn Heussaff, Curtis recently launched a fashion band for babies called Tili Dahli, inspired by their babies Thylane and Dahlia.  /ra


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