How 'Dyesebel' made Anne Curtis stronger
MANILA – Now that “Dyesebel” is down to its final week, its lead star Anne Curtis revealed the fantasy series has made her stronger and also taught her to appreciate her craft more.
This after she underwent a number of “trials” while taping the series, including getting stung by box jellyfish.
“’Dyesebel’ taught me to be stronger and made me realize how committed I can be. We continued to work, rain or shine, because that’s how much we love what we’re doing,” said Curtis.
She said this is also true for her co-stars with Sam Milby, Andi Eigenmann, and Gerald Anderson, as well as the entire production team.
“I’m not only speaking for myself but for the whole staff, cast. I think that’s one thing we are all taking from the experience na nagtrabaho kami sa ‘Dyesebel.’ Talagang every day po kami nagte-taping,” she said.
But all the hardships have been worth it because the fantasy series was warmly supported by Kapamilya viewers.
“It’s hard but because we are committed and we are passionate about the show, mahal namin 'yung trabaho, mahal namin 'yung show, talagang it doesn’t matter [kahit pagod],” she said.
According to Curtis, it flatters her whenever people address her as “Dyesebel.”
“It is a great honor… It just means the character made a mark on their hearts and minds,” she said.
“Dyesebel,” which comes on after “TV Patrol” every week night, will air its final episode this coming Friday, July 18.