Anne Curtis (born 17 February 1985)[1] is a Filipina-Australian actress, model, television host, entrepreneur and recording artist.[2] She has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including two FAMAS Awards, a Luna Award, two Metro Manila Film Festival Awards, and five PMPC Star Awards for Television. Additionally, she has also been nominated for two Gawad Urian Awards, and eight PMPC Star Awards for Movies.[3]

Anne Curtis
Anne Curtis (2009).jpg
Anne Curtis in 2009
Born
Anne Curtis-Smith

(1985-02-17) 17 February 1985 (age 37)
NationalityFilipina-Australian
Other namesAnne
Occupation
  • Actress
  • Model
  • television host
  • entrepreneur
  • recording artist
Years active1997–present
AgentViva Artists Agency (1997–present)
Height5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Spouse(s)
Erwan Heussaff
(m. 2017)
ChildrenDahlia Amélie Heussaff
Parent(s)
  • Ernest James Curtis-Smith
    (father)
  • Carmencita Ojales Curtis-Smith
    (mother)
RelativesSolenn Heussaff (sister-in-law)
Family

Curtis starred in several television series, including Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007), Dyosa (2008), Green Rose (2011) and Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw (2013). In 2014, she portrayed the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel. She has also been a host of the noontime variety show It's Showtime (2009–2020).

Curtis also starred in several films, including the box-office hits Baler (2008), No Other Woman (2011), A Secret Affair (2012), The Gifted (2014), Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story (2018), and The Mall, The Merrier (2019).[4] She is the 3rd Highest Grossing Filipina Actress (9th overall) of the 2010s decade with her films grossing over Php 1.5 billion in box-office receipts.[5]

As a recording artist, Curtis has released three studio albums: Annebisyosa (2011), The Forbidden Album (2014), and Forever Young (2016).

Curtis is one of the most infuential celebrities in the Philippines.[6] Forbes Asia named her as one of the top 100 digital stars in the Asia-Pacific region.[7] As of 2021, she remains as the Philippines' top Instagram personality with over 17 million followers,[6][8] and is also the 4th most followed Filipino celebrity on Facebook with over 18 million followers.[9] She was also the first Filipino to reach 14 million followers on Twitter, and is currently the second most followed Filipino celebrity on the platform.[10][11][12] Elsewhere, Curtis was also the number one Instagram influencer in United Arab Emirates (UAE).[13]

Early lifeEdit

Curtis was born in Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia, the daughter of Carmencita Ojales, a Filipina from Bolinao, Pangasinan and James Ernest Curtis-Smith, an Australian lawyer.[14] Her father married Ojales in 1982.[15] Her younger sister, Jasmine, is also an actress. On their father's side, they had a half-sister named Clare who died in 2007 due to a cardiovascular disease at four months old.[16]

Curtis, being half-Filipino, would visit her mother's relatives in the Philippines with her family. In 1997, 12-year-old Curtis was approached by a talent scout to ask if she would like to enter a children's beauty pageant. Her father feared that it was a scam, while her mother wanted her to try it. Without her father's knowledge, Curtis then started to go to different talent agencies. By then, she and her family decided to stay permanently in the Philippines. Curtis could not speak or understand the Filipino language at the time, and so had to take classes.[1]

CareerEdit

1997–2004: Early worksEdit

In 1997, Curtis had her film debut in Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis. Afterwards, she signed with Viva Films and GMA Network. Her first television appearance was in the drama series, Ikaw Na Sana. She was also part of the teen-oriented show, T.G.I.S..[citation needed]

From 1998 to 2003, Curtis had a string of minor and supporting roles in films such as Honey, My Love... So Sweet, Ika-13 Kapitulo, Juan & Ted: Wanted and in television shows May Bukas Pa, Beh Bote Nga, Anna Karenina, and Idol Ko si Kap.[1]

2004–2010Edit

In 2004, Curtis moved from GMA Network to ABS-CBN, stating the move "majorly life changing."[17] Her first project with the network was the drama, Hiram, starring Dina Bonnevie and Kris Aquino.[18] Aside from Hiram, Curtis also joined ASAP as a host and as a performer.[citation needed]

Curtis' big break came in 2005, when she played the title role in the fantasy television series Kampanerang Kuba. This marked her first collaboration with director Wenn V. Deramas.[17][19] Curtis then hosted the reality show Qpids with Luis Manzano,[20] and a segment in the talk show, The Buzz called Wanna Buzz.[21]

In 2006, Curtis joined Luis Manzano as hosts of the second kids season of the reality talent competition, Star Circle Quest.[22] That same year, she starred in the romantic drama All About Love, where she co-starred with John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Luis Manzano, Angelica Panganiban and Jason Abalos,[22] as well as the supernatural horror film, Wag Kang Lilingon with Kristine Hermosa.[23] She portrayed Celine Magsaysay in the drama series Maging Sino Ka Man. She received acclaim for her performance in the series,[24] and received her first acting nomination at the PMPC Star Awards for TV for Best Drama Actress.[25]

In 2007, Curtis reunited with Wenn V. Deramas for the comedy film, Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo.[26] She also co-starred with Oyo Boy Sotto in Sineserye Presents: May Minamahal,[27] and reprised her role of in the second installment of Maging Sino Ka Man, entitled Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik.[28] Earlier in the year, Curtis also became a video jockey for MTV Philippines.[29]

In 2008, Curtis starred in two romantic dramas; When Love Begins, alongside Aga Muhlach,[30] and the 34th Metro Manila Film Festival official entry, Baler, with Jericho Rosales.[31] For her performance in the latter, she won the Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actress.[32] This marked Curtis' first acting award.[33] She also received Best Actress nominations at the 57th FAMAS Awards,[34] 25th PMPC Star Awards for Movies,[35] 11th Gawad PASADO Awards,[36] and a 27th Luna Awards. Also in 2008, Curtis top-billed the fantasy television series Dyosa, where she played four different characters.[37] Because of the role, she was dubbed as the "Dyosa" of Philippine Show business.[38]

In 2009, Curtis became one of the main hosts of the morning competition program, Showtime! alongside Vhong Navarro, Kim Atienza, and Vice Ganda,[39] and starred in the romantic comedy television series, The Wedding, with Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay.[40] For her work in Showtime!, she and her co-hosts received a nomination for Best Talent Search Program Host at the 24th PMPC Star Awards for TV.

In 2010, Curtis starred in the romantic comedy film Babe, I Love You. The movie marked her first big-screen team-up with Sam Milby.[41] She also starred in the romantic drama film In Your Eyes, alongside Claudine Barretto and Richard Gutierrez.[42] Her role in the film earned her an award for Best Supporting Actress at the 29th Luna Awards,[43] and a Movie Actress of the Year nomination at the 27th PMPC Star Awards for Movies.[44]

2011–2014Edit

In 2011, Curtis starred in the Philippine adaptation of the Korean drama, Green Rose, with Jericho Rosales.[45] She also top-billed the comedy film Who's That Girl?, which served as her reunion movie with Luis Manzano,[46] and starred in the romantic drama film No Other Woman, with Derek Ramsay and Cristine Reyes. No Other Woman was a box-office success, grossing Php 100 million in five days.[47] It briefly became the highest-grossing Filipino film,[48] before it was eclipsed by The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin, later in the year.[49] For the film's box-office performance, she and her co-star Cristine Reyes were recognized as the Box-Office Queens at the 43rd Box Office Entertainment Awards.[50] Curtis also won the Best Actress awards at the 14th Gawad Pasado Awards,[51] and 60th FAMAS Awards.[52] Furthermore, she received her third Movie Actress of the Year nomination at the 28th PMPC Star Awards for Movies.[53]

In the same year, Curtis also had her first foray into the Philippine music scene. Although a confessed non-singer,[54] Curtis launched her debut studio album, Annebisyosa, under Viva Records, on 25 September 2011.[55] She described the album as "super fun" and "not serious", and jokingly stated that people should listen at their own risk.[56] The album was an instant hit, reaching PARI gold status in less than a month,[57] and platinum status in December of that year.[58]

In 2012, Curtis staged her first solo concert tour, Annebisyosa: No Other Concert World Tour at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, in support of her debut album. The concert was also in celebration of her 15th year in show business.[59][60][61] She performed in several local provinces as well as internationally in cities such as Hong Kong and California.[62][63] For the concert tour, she won the award for Female Concert Performer of the Year the at the 44th Box Office Entertainment Awards.[64] Also in 2012, Curtis' morning competition program, Showtime, was reformatted into a noontime variety show, It's Showtime, and replaced Happy Yipee Yehey! in its regular noontime slot.[65] For her work in It's Showtime, she received an award for Best Female TV Host at the 27th PMPC Star Awards for Television. She then starred in the romantic drama A Secret Affair, which earned her a third FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination.[66]

In 2013, Curtis, along with Kris Aquino and Robin Padilla, led the drama series, Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw.[67]

In 2014, Curtis played the title role in ABS-CBN's adaptation of Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.[68] She also starred in two films that year; the comedy film The Gifted, with Sam Milby and Cristine Reyes, and the romance thriller, Blood Ransom. The former earned her a fourth nomination for Movie actress of the year at the 31st PMPC Star Awards for Movies.[69] She also released her second studio album, The Forbidden, and had her second solo concert tour, The Forbidden Concert: Annekapal at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.[70]

2015–2017Edit

In 2015, Curtis focused on It's Showtime, and received her second win for Best Female TV Host at the 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television.[71]

In 2016, Curtis became the main host of the reality music competition, I Love OPM, and its spinoff, We Love OPM: The Celebrity Sing-Offs.[72] She also launched her third studio album, Forever Young, during the year.[73]

2018–presentEdit

In 2018, she starred in the romantic drama Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story, alongside Dingdong Dantes, and the action thriller Buy Bust. In preparation for her role in the latter, Curtis became a practitioner of Pekiti-Tirsia Kali, a style of Filipino Martial Arts.[74] She received critical acclaim for both films, receiving a rare double nomination for Best Actress at the 42nd Gawad Urian Awards.[75] Also for her work in both films, American publication Variety selected Curtis as one of five Asian talents to be honored with the Asian Star: Up Next award at the Macau Film Festival.[76] Furthermore, her performance in Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story earned her Best Actress nominations at the 37th Luna Awards and the 67th FAMAS Awards, where she was also honored with the FPJ Memorial Award.[77][78][79] Later in the year, she also starred in the 44th Metro Manila Film Festival official entry, the horror-thriller film Aurora. For her performance in the film, she received her second nomination for Best Actress at the festival's award ceremony.[80]

In 2019, she starred alongside Marco Gumabao in the erotic romantic drama film Just a Stranger, which became a box-office success.[81] At the 36th PMPC Star Awards for Movies, the pair received a nomination for Movie Love Team of the Year, making it her eighth PMPC Star Awards for Movies nod.[82] Later that year, she starred alongside her It's Showtime co-host, Vice Ganda, in the musical comedy film The Mall, The Merrier, which served as their official entry to the 45th Metro Manila Film Festival.[83] Despite mixed-to-average reviews from critics, the film was a huge box-office success. It grossed Php 323 million, making it one of the highest-grossing Filipino films, and Curtis' highest grossing film to date.[84] During the year, Curtis also received her fourth win for Best Female TV Host at the 33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television for her work on It's Showtime.[85]

In 2020, Curtis announced a hiatus to focus on her pregnancy and married life.[86]

Other venturesEdit

Charitable and philanthropic workEdit

In March 2015, Curtis became a celebrity advocate for UNICEF Philippines, having been a supporter of the organization since 2009. As an advocate, she visited parts of Leyte that were devastated by Typhoon Yolanda in 2013 to meet with children and families affected by the typhoon and observe recovery operations.[87][88]

In October 2015, Curtis launched a marathon called the "Heroes for Children Run" to benefit UNICEF's "1,000 Days of Life" campaign.[89]

In 2019, she became UNICEF's National Goodwill Amabassador.[90]

BookEdit

In February 2016, Curtis launched her first written work, a children's book entitled Anita, The Duckling Diva in collaboration with UNICEF Philippines.[91][92]

Cosmetics lineEdit

In September 2017, Curtis launched her makeup line in the Philippines, BLK cosmetics.[93]

Personal lifeEdit

In December 2016, Curtis became engaged to her longtime boyfriend, restaurateur and food blogger Erwan Heussaff;[94][95] they were married on 12 November 2017 in Queenstown, New Zealand.[96] Curtis gave birth to the couple's child, Dahlia Amélie on 2 March 2020. The name "Dahlia" is said to be taken from the name of Curtis' character in her 1997 debut film, Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis.[97]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Production company
1997 Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis Dahlia "Lil" Macapagal Viva Films
1998 Tulak ng Bibig, Kabig ng Dibdib Shirley Viva Films, FLT Films International
1999 Honey My Love... So Sweet April Viva Films
Ikaw Lamang Cecil
2000 Ika-13 Kapitulo Angela
Juan & Ted: Wanted Hazel
2002 Mahal Kita: Final Answer! Nanette
Akala Mo Rhea
2003 Lastikman Young Linda OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions
Alab ng Lahi Un­known FPJ Productions
Filipinas Lyra Viva Films
2006 All About Love Badong Star Cinema
Wag Kang Lilingon Melissa / Nina Star Cinema, Viva Films
2007 Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo Christine Outback
2008 When Love Begins Michelle "Mitch" Valmonte
Baler Feliza Reyes Viva Films
2009 Ang Panday Adora GMA Films, Imus Productions
2010 Babe, I Love You Sandra "Sasa" Sanchez Star Cinema, Viva Films
In Your Eyes Julia Delos Santos Viva Films, GMA Films
Petrang Kabayo Kalesa Passenger Viva Films
2011 Who's That Girl? Elizabeth Pedroza
No Other Woman Kara Zalderiaga Star Cinema, Viva Films
2012 A Secret Affair Rafaela "Rafi" Delgado Viva Films
2014 The Gifted Zoe Tuazon / Joey Viva Films, MVP Entertainment
Blood Ransom Crystal Tectonic Films, Viva Films
2016 Bakit Lahat ng Gwapo may Boyfriend? Kylie Viva Films
2018 Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story Aya Viva Films, N2 Productions
BuyBust Nina Manigan Viva Films, Reality Entertainment
Aurora Leana Viva Films, Aliud Entertainment
2019 Just a Stranger Mae Viva Films
Unforgettable Nurse Gem Viva Films, The IdeaFirst Company
The Mall, The Merrier Morisette Molina Star Cinema, Viva Films

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network
1997–1998 Ikaw Na Sana Jasmine GMA Network
1997–1999 T.G.I.S. Emily / Em
2000 H2K Hati-Hating Kapatid Un­known IBC
G-mik Apple ABS-CBN
2000–2001 May Bukas Pa Bea Miguel IBC
RPN
2001–2002 Beh Bote Nga Genie Fer GMA Network
Anna Karenina Ginny
2003 Idol Ko si Kap Un­known
2002–2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Rosanna Luarca
Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin
2003 Love to Love Casey de Leon
2004 Eat Bulaga! Co-Host
2004–2005 Hiram Stephanie Borromeo ABS-CBN
2004; 2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya Jing / Myra Mirinda Manibog / Monie / Erika
2004–present ASAP Co-Host / Performer
2005 Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba Fatima "Imang" De Vera / Bernadette
Qpids Host
2005–2006 The Buzz Segment Presenter
2006 Star Circle Quest Host
Komiks Beba / Athena
2006; 2007 Your Song Ana / Lalaine / Allison
2006; 2008 Love Spell Rowena / Rina / Pearl
2006–2008 Maging Sino Ka Man Celine Magsaysay-Berenguer
Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik
2007 Sineserye Presents: May Minamahal Monica Fernandez-Tagle
2008–2009 Dyosa Josephine
2009 The Wedding Candice de Menes
2009 & 2010 May Bukas Pa Carla Sandoval
2009–present It's Showtime Main Host
2010 Magpasikat
2011 Green Rose Angela Tuazon
100 Days to Heaven Tagabantay (Welgista)
2013 Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw Ruth Manrique
2014 Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Beatriz "Dyesebel" Reyes-Montilla
2016 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Katrina "Trina" Trinidad
I Love OPM Main Host
We Love OPM
2019 Maalaala Mo Kaya Marrz Balaoro

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Title Album details Certifications
Annebisyosa
  • Release date: 15 September 2011
  • Label: Viva Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
The Forbidden Album[70]
  • Release date: 2014
  • Label: Viva Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
Forever Young
  • Release date: 4 March 2016
  • Label: Viva Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

Compilation albumsEdit

Title Album details
Showtime: The Album
  • Release date: 15 October 2010
  • Label: Star Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

ConcertsEdit

Solo Major ConcertsEdit

Year Title Venue
2012 AnneBisyosa: No Other Concert Smart Araneta Coliseum
2014 AnneKapal: The Forbidden Concert
2018 AnneKulit: Promise, Last Na 'To (The 21st Anniversary Concert)

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Giving-body/ Critics Category Work Result Ref
2006 1st Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video "I Need You" Won
2nd ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Fashionista N/A Won
2007 3rd ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female Fashionista N/A Won
1st Star Magic Ball Best Dressed Female of the Night N/A Won
21st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actress Maging Sino Ka Man Nominated [99]
2008 2nd Star Magic Ball Most Chandon Sparkling Couple of the Night (shared with Sam Milby) Won [100]
Belo Medical Group's 18th Anniversary Ball Venus of the Night Won
34th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress Baler Won
2008 Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [101]
4th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Screen Kiss (shared with Aga Muhlach) When Love Begins Nominated [102]
Pop Kapamilya TV Character Dyosa Nominated
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
2009 US GIRLS August Awards Most Fashionable Won
3rd Star Magic Ball Most Glamorous Celebrity of the Night Won
5th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards POP Female Fashionista Won [103]
23rd PMPC Star Awards for TV Female Star of the Night Won [104]
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female TV Personality Won [105]
27th People's Choice Dangal ng Bayan Awards Best Actress and Commercial Endorser Won [106]
5th USTv Awards Students' Choice of Actress in a Daily Soap Opera Dyosa Won [107]
People's Choice Awards Top Entertainer of the Year by the Year-Ender Excellence Won [108]'
People's Choice Seal of Excellence Awards Committee Won
25th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year Baler Nominated
11th Gawad PASADO Awards PinakaPASADOng Aktres Nominated
57th FAMAS Awards Best Actress Nominated
FAP Luna Awards Best Actress Nominated
2010 4th Star Magic Ball Most Glamorous Celebrity of the Night Won
6th ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards Pop Loveteam (shared with Sam Milby) Babe, I Love You Won [109]
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
Pop Cover Girl Nominated
Pop Screen Kiss (shared with Sam Milby) Babe, I Love You Nominated
Pop Celebrity Cameo Role "Beautiful Girl" by Christian Bautista Nominated
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [110]
24th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Talent Search Program Hosts (shared with co-hosts) Showtime Nominated
2011 Studio 23's 1st Barkada Choice Awards Choice Tweet Idol Won [111]
Cosmopolitan Fun, Fearless Awards Superstar Award Won
Yahoo! OMG! Philippines Awards Hottest Actress Nominated
27th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year In Your Eyes Nominated
29th Luna Awards FAP Best Supporting Actress Won
People Asia Magazine Woman of Style and Substance Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [112]
5th ASAP 24K Gold Record Awards Female Artist Awardee Annebisyosa Won [113]
25th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actress Green Rose Nominated [114]
Best Talent Search Program Hosts (shared with co-hosts) Showtime Nominated
7th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female Artist Annebisyosa Nominated [115]
Pop Celebrity Cameo "Bumuhos Man ang Ulan" by Jericho Rosales Nominated
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
2012 28th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year No Other Woman Nominated [116]
14th Gawad PASADO Awards PinakaPASADOng Aktres Won [51]
GMMF's 43rd Box Office Entertainment Awards Annebisyosa Won [117]
Box-Office Queen No Other Woman Won
2nd Yahoo! OMG! Philippines Awards Celebrity of the Year Won
TAMBAYAN OPM Awards Phenomenal Entertainers of The Year Annebisyosa Won
60th FAMAS Awards Best Actress No Other Woman Won [118]
2013 9th USTv Students' Choice Awards Best Variety Show Host It's Showtime Won [119]
3rd EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Celebrity Endorser of the Year Won [120]
44th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Female Concert Performer of the Year Won [121]
27th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host It's Showtime Won
2014 27th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Asian Act Nominated [122]
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired TV Personality Won [123]
Comguild Academe's Choice Award Most Admired Female Endorser Won [124]
10th USTv Students' Choice Awards Students' Choice of Variety Show Host It's Showtime Won
4th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Celebrity Endorser Won
2015 Umalahok Juan Awards Best Female TV Personality Won [77]
31st PMPC Star Awards For Movies Movie Actress of the Year The Gifted Nominated [69]
29th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host It's Showtime Won
2016 30th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host Won [125]
2017 Gawad Bedista 2017 Media Personality of the Year Won
History Asia History Makers Awardee Won
7th EdukCircle Awards Best Female Variety Show Host It's Showtime Won
Alta Media Icon Awards Most Influential Female TV Personality Won
31st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host It's Showtime Nominated
2018 5th Paragala: Central Luzon Media Awards Best Female Noontime Show Host Won
8th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Actress Of The Year Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) Won
International Film Festival Awards - Macao The Asian Star: Up Next Award Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story)
Buybust
Won
32nd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host It's Showtime Nominated
44th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress Aurora Nominated
Lucky Female Star of the Night Won
2019 67th FAMAS Awards Best Actress Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) Nominated [126]
FPJ Memorial Award Won [127]
42nd Gawad Urian Awards Best Actress Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) Nominated [78]
BuyBust Nominated [78]
35th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year Nominated [128]
9th EdukCircle Awards Best Female Talent Show Host Won
Best Female Noontime Show Host It's Showtime Won
33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female TV Host Won [129]
37th Luna Awards Best Actress Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) Nominated [130]

ListiclesEdit

Publisher Listicle Year Result Ref
Yahoo! Year-In Review Top Searches of 2008 2008 Included
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2010
Rank 18
Yahoo! Year-In Review Top 10 Searches
Rank 4
[131]
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars Included
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women of the World 2011
Rank 17
[132]
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars Included [133]
Top 20 Celebrity Endorsers
Rank 12
[134]
100 Most Beautiful Stars 2012
Rank 1

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