Tagging only a photographer, the ‘It’s Showtime’ host explored the little Canadian district to relive some of her favorite scenes from the show, including a stop by the iconic ‘red door’ at the Rue de Petit-Champlain.
Actress and TV host Anne Curtis is currently in Canada for her four-leg concert tour along with few special guests, including former ‘It’s Showtime’ presenter Billy Crawford and singer Katrina Velarde.
The Multimedia Superstar has already accomplished two shows since kicking off her tour exactly last Friday — first at the Gray Eagle Event Center in Calgary, followed by a second concert at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver.
But before she moved onto Toronto for her third show — to be held at The Meeting House on Saturday — Anne took a day-off and dropped by the province of Quebec, the same shooting location of her favorite Korean drama series, Goblin.
Tagging only a photographer, Anne explored the little Canadian district to relive some of her favorite scenes from the show, including a stop by the iconic ‘red door’ at the Rue de Petit-Champlain and the letter box at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, herself having dropped a postcard for her husband Erwan Heussaff.
Aside from Toronto, Anne is also to hold a show at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg this March 17.