“MTRCB to investigate ASAP over provocative number and outfit of one of the show's performers last Sunday,” The Movie Television Review and Classification Board posted on its official Twitter account earlier (@MTRCBgov). This was in relation to the performance of Anne Curtis for the celebration of her 28th birthday on ASAP last Sunday, February 24.

Photo: Noel Orsal (main), screengrab from ASAP (inset)

The Movie Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) will conduct a gender-sensitivity investigation over alleged provocative number on ASAP 18 last Sunday, February 24.

On its official Twitter account, the MTRCB (@MTRCBgov) summoned the staff of the weekly musical-variety show to the said investigation.

The production number in question involved actress Anne Curtis, who appeared on ASAP 18 to celebrate her 28th birthday.

Anne was wearing a black strapless dress with a very high slit on the skirt while doing a “wet performance” of Rihanna’s current hit song “Diamonds.”

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Here are the Twitter posts of MTRCB earlier today, February 26:

"MTRCB summons ASAP to gender-sensitivity investigation over alleged provocative outfit of one of its stars last Sunday."

"MTRCB to investigate ASAP over provocative number and outfit of one of the show's performers last Sunday."

"Citing its Memo of Understanding w/ABS-CBN, et al to ensure gender-sensitivity, MTRCB calls ASAP over provocative number."