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Anne Curtis dolls up for concert photoshoot

Anne Curtis went all out for her comeback concert photoshoot.

Anne Curtis dolls up for concert photoshoot-Drew Acierto
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Drew Acierto

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06/09/2022 05:43 PM
Anne Curtis dolls up for concert photoshoot
Photo credits: @annecurtissmith on Instagram

Anne Curtis and celebrity photographer BJ Pascual have been releasing teaser images from their photoshoot on their respective Instagram accounts. The photoshoot was done for Anne’s comeback concert, Luv-Anne, set to happen on Saturday, June 11 at the Newport Performing Arts Theatre in Resorts World Manila.

The 37-year-old performer stunned everyone with her photos; from long hair to a pixie cut, Anne did it all for her teaser photoshoot. 

 

 

 

In her earlier statement, the actress revealed how she had carefully planned her return––thinking about everyone’s safety and enjoyment for her much awaited comeback.

“I really took my time to think long and hard about it and I’ve decided to go all out and celebrate to the fullest by finally seeing everyone in person! I miss the energy, the noise, the screams, of course singing and just seeing everyone smile,” she mentioned.

Meanwhile, Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez reposted one of Anne’s photos and remembered her own iconic look back in the 2000s.

“Hay ito naman si @annecurtissmith ginamit na naman picture ko!!! Ay teka parang hindi mga ako to. Naalala ko lang hindi pala kaya ng powers ko to anyway mga bakla hinintay nating bumalik at mag concert uli si Atching Anne ito na kaya get your tickets NOW!!!!! (with a very high voice pang don’t wanna miss ATING!!!!) This Saturday at the Resorts World Manila,” she said.

“Waaaaaaah! Thank you so much madam reg!!!!!!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ ung post ko today! Very you lang! Circa ‘90s or R2K!!!!!!!!,” Anne replied.

The actress-performer has more surprises in store for her concert. She teased her followers with a video from the backstage of the theater with a group practicing onstage, she can be heard humming to the tune of SB19’s “Mapa.”