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Relax, Guys! Anne Curtis Says She's *Not* Moving To GMA Network

'Kalma lang, madlang peeps!'
PHOTO: (LEFT) Instagram/annecurtissmith; (RIGHT) Instagram/annettegozonvaldes

The internet is pretty much going crazy after GMA Network confirmed on July 1, Thursday, that Bea Alonzo is its newest talent. 

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.

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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!"

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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!"

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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.