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Anne Curtis Emotional Over The Comeback of It’s Showtime In National Television

It has been months since the shut down of ABS-CBN that affected many of its employees and artists.

They have been through a lot in the midst of a pandemic. So it can’t be avoided that some of them will turn emotional as they are back in national television again.

Among those celebrities is Anne Curtis.

The actress who is one of the mainstays of the noontime program It’s Showtime couldn’t help but to became emotional.

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Anne seems to be having a roller coaster ride of emotions. Yesterday, October 10, It’s Showtime has its premiere in the A2Z Channel 11. A free-to-air network.

The ABS-CBN has an agreement with the Zoe Broadcasting Network. Aside from It’s Showtime, some of the teleseryes of Kapamily Network will also be seen in A2Z Channel 11.

Anne, who is currently still in Australia where she gave birth to their daughter Dahlia Amélie, was able to join her It’s Showtime family during the debut through video conference.

“How are you? We miss you,” Vice Ganda said.

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To which the actress replied “I’m so happy to see you, guys.”

At this point, Anne couldn’t hold back her emotions as she got teary eyes.

“Grabe, nakakaiyak ‘yung opening to see you so happy about what’s happening and I’m so happy for ABS-CBN family and ‘Showtime’ family,” Anne emotionally said.

When asked on when she will come back, she answered, “Malapit na malapit na rin yan and I’m so excited. Siyempre I want all of you guys to finally meet Dahlia. And I miss you all so so much. I’m so happy for you, guys.”

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The hosts then expressed their happiness that they are finally back in national television again. They are also excited for the homecoming of Anne with her baby girl Dahlia Amélie.

We are all excited to see them again together, right?

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