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Anne Curtis to make TV comeback on May 28

By JUSTINE PUNZALAN Published May 27, 2022 4:09 pm

After two long years, Anne Curtis is all set to make her comeback on the small screen on Saturday, May 28.

The actress is returning as one of the lead hosts of ABS-CBN's long-running noontime show It's Showtime. Anne announced it through a video she uploaded on Instagram today, May 27.

In the 30-second clip, Curtis is seen standing on the helipad of the network's building before returning to the show's studio through a rewind effect.

The visuals eventually fade into a black screen where Curtis can be heard shouting, "What's up madlang people?" — her signature line in the show.

"This time. Tomorrow. FINALLY. [shooting star emoji] See you MADLANG PEOPLE! #ANNEditoNaSaShowtime, [heart emoji]" she wrote in the caption. 

Fellow couldn't help but express their excitement over Curtis's "pasabog" video and more so, her long-awaited comeback.

"love this! [fire emojis]" and "Best in paandar ka talaga [raising hands emoji]," said her friends Bea Alonzo and Angelica Panganiban.

"Woot woot [fire emojis]," commented fellow 'It' girl Solenn Heussaff.

Screenshot from Anne Curtis on Instagram

"Grabe! You constantly change the game. POWER [fire emojis," Bianca Gonzales added.

"Yassssss how exciting!!! [fire emojis]," said It's Showtime's "Sexy Babe" judge Ruffa Gutierrez.

Screenshot from Anne Curtis on Instagram

Prior to her announcement, the actress revealed that she's having a comeback concert titled "Luv-ANNE" at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on June 11.

“Join me as I share bits and pieces of my life in the past two years. Plus! I just might have some surprise fierce, fun and fab performances!” she said in an Instagram post last April 8.

Curtis is resuming her career on-screen after two and a half years since she took maternity leave from It's Showtime last December 2019.

She and her husband Erwan Heussaff were in Australia when she gave birth to her daughter Dahlia on March 2, 2020.