Anne Curtis glad that her "silent war" with Sam Milby is now over

Anne Curtis is open to the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the tabloid that published her controversial photo taken in Boracay.

Anne Curtis and Sam Milby made a grand entrance at the celebrity bar night of their upcoming movie Babe I Love You. Sam drove Anne in a white, two-door luxury car and even opened the door for her before escorting her. They walked together with their arms wrapped around each other's waist.

The lovely pair then walked on the red carpet laid out in front of Guilly's Bar on Tomas Morato, Quezon City last night, March 24. (CLICK HERE to view the photo of their arrival)

Anne was very excited for her upcoming movie, which will be shown in cinemas nationwide starting April 3. She and Sam will not have a premiere night but they did invite their celebrity friends to grace the celebrity bar tour, which also doubled as a meet-and-greet session for their fans.

The cast members of Babe I Love You were there—Guji Lorenzana, Kitkat, AJ Perez, and many others. Among those who graced the event were Anne's colleagues in Showtime: Vice Ganda, Teddy of Rocksteddy, and panel judge Gladys Reyes.

Showbiz Central host Raymond Gutierrez also made it a point to show support for his close friend Anne.

AWAY-BATI COUPLE. According to Anne, she is glad that she and Sam have been able to overcome the "away-bati" mode they had in the past.

"Ang maganda ngayon, nalagpasan na namin yung silent war namin, yung hindi namin pag-uusap. It's a clean slate and we're starting anew," she said.

How does she feel about the fans who still support her and Sam even though they are no longer a couple?


"Kahit hindi na nga kami together, people still support us, so it just shows na mature na ang audiences," Anne said.

When asked if she thinks her movie will be affected by the controversial wardrobe malfunction, Anne merely smiled and shook her head. (CLICK HERE to read related article.)





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