Anne Curtis stops self from singing in virtual meeting with Dua Lipa
MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya actress Anne Curtis cannot believe that she virtually interviewed her idol Dua Lipa.
In her Instagram account, Anne posted a video of her meeting with the multi-awarded English singer-songwriter.
“Can’t believe this happened! Was given the chance to speak to @dualipa about her album Future Nostalgia and her upcoming virtual concert Studio 2054. I was so nervous.. as you all probably know, I’m a huge fan. Ahhh. She was so kind and sweet,” Anne said.
Apart from congratulating Dua for her recent American Music Awards 2020 win for Best Song for “Don’t Start Now,” Anne shared that she stopped herself from singing Lipa’s “Pretty Please” song when the British hit maker mentioned it as part of her songs she cannot wait to sing in her upcoming virtual concert.
“Oh and it took everything in me to NOT sing Pretty Please when she mentioned it!” Anne quipped.
Recently, the Filipina-Australian star flaunted her flat abs months after giving birth to daughter Dahlia.
In another Instagram post, she showed a photo of her wearing midriff-baring outfit.
“Finally, some (sun) and (sea),” she captioned the post.
Celebrities such as Solenn Heussaf, Sarah Lahbati, Jessy Mendiola, Raymond Gutierrez and other Instagram users commented on Anne's post.
"Nanganak ka ba?" an Instagram user commented.
According to a statement Smart Communications sent to Philstar.com, Dua Lipa’s “Studio 2054” live virtual concert promises to be “a night of music, mayhem and multi-dimensional experience” as it streams worldwide on November 28, Saturday, at 5:00 p.m., Philippine time.
Shot live in a massive warehouse, “Studio 2054” promises a kaleidoscope of the past, present and future as Dua Lipa performs tracks from her albums “Future Nostalgia,” “Club Future Nostalgia” and her debut album, “Studio 2054.”
In the concert, the two-time Grammy Award winner will move through custom-built sets, including surreal TV shows, roller discos, rocker hangouts, voguing ballrooms and more, accompanied by surprise superstar guests and a cast of musicians, dancers, skaters, aerialists and acrobats.
To make it simple and easy for Filipino fans to experience this spectacle, Smart partnered with LIVENow, a pay-per-view service, to enable Smart Signature subscribers to buy their ticket and conveniently charge this to their postpaid bill. To do this, simply sign up at https://tinyurl.com/SmartDuaLipa, select Pay Your Phone, then choose Smart as the mode of payment. Smart Prepaid customers can also buy their concert pass using their prepaid load.