One of GMA-7's big bosses, GMA Pictures president Annette Gozon-Valdes, took to Instagram to share moments from Bea's launch as an official Kapuso. Netizens were quick to notice the IG Story which followed, which showed a screenshot of Anne Curtis in a video conference with Annette and with first vice-president for program management, Jose Mari "Joey" Abacan.
"Last meeting for the day!" Annette wrote.
After Bea's big move, netizens started speculating whether the meeting also meant Anne would also be transferring networks. ICYDK, Anne used to be a Kapuso before she switched to ABS-CBN back in 2004.
Anne quickly shut down the rumors on Twitter, responding to a user who tweeted, "Please tell us na GMA Films lang at hindi ka lilipat sa GMA." Anne clarified that the meeting was for a tentative 2022 movie, a joint project between VIVA and GMA Films. Anne has been a VIVA talent since she was 12 years old.
"Hahaha yes," Anne replied. "Kalma. They pitched a film for next year na hindi pa naman sure yet. As always, I need to read the script first before making a decision. The last VIVA x GMA film I did was In Your Eyes with Ate Claudine (Barretto) and Richard (Gutierrez). I was already a Kapamilya then. So kalma lang!"
Anne also reassured her fans that she also will be making a comeback as one of the hosts of ABS-CBN's noontime programs, It's Showtime!
"And isa pa, babalik pa ako sa It's Showtime so kalma lang, madlang peeps!"
Anne has been on a hiatus from showbiz for over a year and a half. She left It's Showtime! in December 2019 to give birth in Australia. When the pandemic hit, the Curtis-Heussaffs had to prolong their stay, finally flying home to Manila in February 2021.