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#AnneCurtis: Not the Asian kids’ choice


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At the fun-filled Kids’ Choice bash held in Los Angeles over weekend, Anne Curtis failed to win the Favorite Asian Act trophy. Fans through online poll decide the winners, and Chinese singer-actress G.E.M was their choice. The other Asian celebrities nominated in the category were Lisa Surihani of Malaysia and Coboy Junior of Indonesia.

In February, we heard how ecstatic Anne Curtis was when she shared on Instagram that she got nominated in Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards. Thereafter, we have not received any more updates.

Last year, Sarah Geronimo was also a nominee in the same category but she lost to Chinese singer Han Geng. In 2012, Charice Pempengco won in that category besting Indonesian singer Agnes Monica, South Korean girl group Wonder Girls, and Malaysian musician Yuna.

Although she did not consider herself as a shoo-in winner in the category amid having an army of online fans and followers, it could’ve have been a sweet victory for Anne had she won because of the recent controversy she’s got involved in. The 29-year-old actress is very much the talk of the town after the alleged heated confrontation with Sam Concepcion two Mondays ago surfaced on entertainment news sites.

Interestingly, people were still busy speculating whether or not the confrontation indeed took place and that Anne dropped the now famous line “You’re not classy enough to be here.” She made headlines again when ABS-CBN reported that she got stung by a jellyfish while taping for Dyesebel last Wednesday.

Anne Curtis vs Sam Concepcion

It is obvious that Anne is such a lucky person not because she has quickly recovered and resumed taping for Dyesebel considering that the jellyfish’s sting is seriously deadly, but it appears that even nature, not just her mother studio, has a way to help divert people’s attention to an entirely different yet equally intriguing situation.

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