Anne leaves controversies behind, moves on to a better 2014

[caption id="attachment_64619" align="alignright" width="491"]Anne Curtis will go on vacation with her family after Christmas Anne Curtis will go on vacation with her family after Christmas[/caption]

With the bar incident she got embroiled in, Anne Curtis is one of those celebrities who made noise in the last quarter of the year.

While 2013 was full of challenges for her, the Kapamilya host-actress still considers it a good year.

“It ended with a bang!” she told PEP in an interview. Explaining her stance, Anne added, “No… it was a great year still amid all the controversies.”

As another year unfolds, Anne vows to welcome 2014 with all positivity.

“Definitely, 2014 is gonna be a better year. Moving on.”

The “It’s Showtime” host, without addressing the recent hullabaloo in Privé Luxury Bar, is thankful for the support she received despite the unfortunate incident.

Anne is spending this Christmas with her family. Her mother and brother based in Australia are flying in for the holidays. “We’re just excited na dadating si mommy para sa Christmas,” she said, adding that they are still talking about their New Year’s plans.

Kapatid talent Jasmine Curtis-Smith shared that her sister Anne will fly abroad after Christmas.

“She’s going to take a personal vacation,” she told ABS-CBN News in a separate interview.

Anne has just concluded her “No Other Concert: World Tour” in Abu Dhabi last Friday, Dec. 13.

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