- Anne Curtis took to Twitter to pay tribute to the late showbiz reporter, Mario Dumaual
- It can be remembered that Mario passed away on Wednesday, July 5
- Furthermore, Anne even reposted the video of her last interview with Mario
- She likewise extended her condolences to his family
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Anne Curtis recently took to Twitter to remember and honor the late showbiz reporter, Mario Dumaual.
The news of Mario's passing on Wednesday, July 5, saddened many people, especially in the entertainment industry.
Through her post, Anne shared the video of her last interview with Mario, allowing netizens to revisit their last conversation.
She likewise extended her condolences to Mario's family.
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"The last time I got to speak to Tito Mario. I send my condolences to the whole Dumaual family," Anne captioned the post.
See Anne's tweet below:
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 married in New Zealand in November 2017. They now have a child named Dahlia Amélie Heussaff. The little one was born on March 2, 2020, and she quickly captured the hearts of countless fans with her undeniable charm. Beyond her thriving career in showbiz, Anne Curtis finds immense fulfillment in her role as a wife and mother.
In a previous report by KAMI, Anne Curtis was in disbelief over "It's Showtime's"contract signing with GMA-7. It is worth noting that the noontime show found another home under GMA-7's GTV. On her Instagram page, Anne posted a reel about their noontime show's contract signing. She also gushed over Atty. Felipe Gozon's words and remarks about the "TV war."
Earlier, Anne Curtis shared a video compilation featuring glimpses of Erwan Heussaff's role as a father to Dahlia. She posted it on her Instagram feed, and it didn't take long for it to go viral. Furthermore, the 'It's Showtime' host also captioned her post with a sweet message for her husband in celebration of Father's Day.
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