MANILA, Philippines – Despite the smash success of her debut album and first solo concert at the Big Dome, actress-host Anne Curtis is firm with her decision not to record a sophomore “Annebisyosa” release.
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Curtis has yet to finish the “world tour” of her “Annebisyosa” concert series, but the “It’s Showtime” host candidly said this is the last she will do a number from an album under her name.
“[May] concert sa Cebu, [March] 23, at meron pang Middle East na pumasok, so tuloy na tuloy na ang world tour, although hindi ko alam kung kaya ko,” Curtis said at the launch of her new mobile phone endorsement.
“Alam mo, sabi ko, ‘Boss Vic [del Rosario], after ha, ayoko na.’ Masaya na ko na nangyari siya once, sa Araneta, that was the pinaka-bongga for me.”
Despite getting tired from the singer-performer lifestyle, the “Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw” star said she will see her concert series through, especially for the fans who continue to wait for their chance to watch.
“Ngayon na may Cebu and everything, I want to do it kasi may mga hindi nakarating, sa iba-ibang mga probinsya,” she said. “So I’m going to do it for them also.”
Once the “Annebisyosa: The World Tour” closes with Curtis’ final number, so will her singing career.
“If they were to ask me, parang hindi ko na kaya, nakaka-pagod siya. Sabi nila, o isang album, [sabi ko] ‘ayoko na po.’”