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Anne Curtis Returns To “It’s Showtime,” Trends Worldwide

Anne Curtis Returns To “It’s Showtime,” Trends Worldwide

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Anne Curtis made her much-anticipated comeback on the popular ABS-CBN noontime show “It’s Showtime” with a captivating production number and became a top trending topic worldwide.

Anne expressed her joy at reuniting with her “It’s Showtime” family after more than two years of absence. She said, “Happy ako na nandito ulit ako, pero sabi ko nga baby steps. Alam kong nandyan naman kayo para suportahan ako.”

The “Pambansang Diyosa” performed her rendition of Arianne Grande’s “Break Free” to the delight of viewers and received a rousing welcome from her co-hosts who expressed how much they missed her.

Vhong said, “Na-miss ko ‘yung pagiging makulit, yung pagiging sosyal niya. Na-miss naming yung ganda at seksi ni Anne.”

Ogie Alcasid and Kim Chiu, the newest additions to the show, shared with Anne what they look forward to being with her in the program.

Ogie shared, “Now that you are a mother, I look forward to hearing your stories asI have many children myself. There is no doubt we will share stories about our children and I’m excited to hear your views as a mother.

Kim admitted that she has been following Anne’s Instagram stories. She said, “You know that I always leave comments on your IG stories. I’m so happy that now I can personally tell you my reactions personally with feelings, emotions, and facial expressions.”

Vice Ganda then revealed that he is happy now that their family is gradually becoming complete and hints at Jhong Hilario’s return,as well.

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