Viva talent Anne Curtis remains a Kapamilya star after renewing her exclusive contract with ABS-CBN.
The 31-year-old actress/TV host signed another two-year exclusive contract earlier today, May 5.
The news was confirmed by ABS-CBN's Corporate Communications team through their official Instagram account, @abscbnpr.
ABS-CBN executives Carlo Katigbak, Chief Executive Officer; Cory Vidanes, Chief Operating Officer for Broadcast; Aldrin Cerrado, Chief Finance Officer; film and TV director Laurenti Dyogi; and Viva Artist Agency's Veronique Del Rosario were present during Anne's contract signing.
In an interview with ABS-CBN, Anne expressed her excitement now that she's bound for another two years as a Kapamilya star.
She said, "It's just great. ABS-CBN is my home and I'm very very happy."
On Instagram, Anne wrote: "What a lovely day! Still a Kapamilya. Contract signing with Sir Carlo Katigbak, Tita Cory Vidanes, Direk Laurenti Dyogi, Sir Aldrin Cerrado and my manager Veronique Del Rosario. It's going to be a happy and fun work year! Thank you for the love my ABS-CBN Family!"
Currently, Anne has been busy hosting the Kapamilya network's noontime show It's Showtime.
Her last teleserye for the Kapamilya network was the remake of Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel in 2014.
Anne's recent appearance in the Kapamilya network's primetime block are for James Reid and Nadine Lustre's On The Wings Of Love and Coco Martin's FPJ's Ang Probinsyano.
The Filipino-Australian actress is now gearing up to work on a new film with Erik Matti under Viva Films which will be released later this year.
Anne started her showbiz career in 1997 through Viva Films' Magic Kingdom.
She then signed with GMA-7 until 2003.
In 2004, Anne transfered from GMA-7 to ABS-CBN. Some of her biggestTV projects on ABS-CBN include Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007), and Dyosa (2008).