- Anne Curtis was very happy now that she's finally back on Showtime
- She has not been on the show for more than two years
- With very supportive co-hosts and friends, Anne was able to overcome her own fears
- In the middle of her speech, tears started welling up in her eyes and she got really emotional
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Anne Curtis could not just hold back the tears as she was talking to her Showtime family and to the 'madlang' people.
The actress got emotional as she was talking to all of them. She also mentioned Baby Dahlia, whom she misses very much.
One could see that her co-hosts were likewise getting emotional as they see her get teary-eyed and all.
Each of the hosts of "It's Showtime" also gave her a very nice message.
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A new Anne Curtis meme was also born, taken from her first appearance in Showtime after more than two years of absence.
The meme showed Anne lifting one of her eyebrows as she looked at the contestant. Vice Ganda then took to Twitter and reposted the new meme of Anne.
He then asked the popular actress, "Inaano ka ba nung contestant."
Anne Curtis is a prominent actress, TV personality, recording artist, model, and VJ who began her career as a child star. Her husband is Erwan Heussaff, and they got married in New Zealand way back in November 2017.
Anne Curtis is back on Showtime and the 'madlang' people have been very excited. The actress did a production number where she sang Ariana Grande's "Break Free." Onstage, Anne suddenly stopped because she was feeling nervous, "Wait lang! Isa pa!" Netizens were amused because only Anne Curtis can do it.
Anne Curtis apologized to the madlang people for being rusty during her performance on Showtime. She said that she misses everyone and it is a whole new experience for her. The actress also added that she is just so happy to be there again. She admitted though that it will take a while for her to get back into the groove again.