In every circle or barkadahan, there’s definitely that one friend who is such a bungisngis, or someone who couldn’t stop him/herself from giggling in every lighthearted situation, or just whenever they hear something funny – to the point that it makes him/her tear up. And for the It’s Showtime family, it’s none other than Anne Curtis.
Aside from mesmerizing us with her deific beauty, she also amuses us with how contagious her laughter could be during some of her banters with her ever-gregarious co-hosts. In this Kapamilya Update feature, let’s look back on her “iyak-tawa” moments on the show that we truly can’t get enough with!
Let us begin in that instance when she wasn’t able to keep herself from laughing because of her co-host Vice Ganda’s funny comment on Ate Girl Jackie Gonzaga’s brief dance sample during a recent episode of the “Girl on Fire” segment.
She also wasn’t able to hold her laughter when Vhong Navarro mispronounced the word “help” while they were interviewing a “Showtime Sexy Babe” contestant. And that wasn’t the first time that she did it to him, as she also laughed out loud when he stammered on saying the codename of a “Kapare-Who” participant, as he uttered “Garden Enspanto” instead of “Garden Espanto”.
However, there were also times when Anne chuckled on her own blunders, such as when she erroneously mistranslated “bee” to “tutubi” instead of “bubuyog” in an episode of “Mr. Q & A.” Her co-hosts Vice and Vhong further teased her since she’s a brand ambassadress of a fast-food chain that is represented by a red and yellow bee mascot.
The same thing happened when she initially mispronounced the word “palakang bukid” in an episode of “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” which made her co-hosts Vice, Amy Perez, and Mariel Rodriguez-Padilla, as well as hurado Jed Madela, laugh. She bashfully wiped off the tears in her eyes caused by laughing so hard, while expressing how sorry she was and correcting herself once more.
And lastly, being a professional host that she is, the 37-year-old multi-hyphenate tried her best to do her job and say her lines while struggling to hold her laughter and tears in a “Kapare-Who” episode, which was triggered by a contestant’s hilarious answer to the question of the other hosts.