10 Things We Absolutely Love About Anne Curtis

10 Things We Absolutely Love About Anne Curtis


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There are a lot of great actresses, models and Insta-famous personalities out there but for us, no one is as lovable, relatable, and inspiring as Anne Curtis.

Anne’s career in showbiz saw its humble beginning back in the 90s. It was only in 2005 that Anne finally got her big break when she played the lead in the fantaserye ‘Ang Kampanerang Kuba’. Despite being obscured by tons of make-up and mounds of prosthetics, Anne’s acting shone through and caught the attention and love of the Filipinos. Afterwards, she proved the extent of her acting capabilities in films and teleseryes like Baler, No Other Woman, Maging Sino Ka Man, Dyosa, and Dyesebel.

It’s not just Anne’s acting that we fell in love with, it’s her down-to-earth personality, kindheartedness, and sense of humor that truly made us love her. Here are 10 more things we love about the nation’s sweetheart, Anne Curtis.

1. Her impeccable style

Whether it’s bohemian babe, Parisian chic or girl-next-door, Anne slays every outfit she wears. You see, Anne’s versatility doesn’t just apply to her acting but also to her fashion style.

She could wear a potato sack and still find a way to make it look like it came straight from New York Fashion Week’s runway! I mean, how can she still look fabulous in this?

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