Anne Curtis stung by jellyfish during taping
She was rushed to the hospital but is now safe and sound

ANNE. The singer-actress was hurt during taping, but is now recovering well. Photo by Ira Agting/Rappler

MANILA, Philippines – Anne Curtis was hurt during a taping of her show Dyesebel, reported ABS-CBN on Thursday, April 3. 

The report quoted ABS-CBN’s Eric John Salut, as saying that Anne suffered from “super rashes all over her body” and that she was “in pain.”

The Dyesebel star was brought to a hospital in San Juan, Batangas after she was stung by the sea creature during a taping of the teleserye. 

Anne has since been transferred to a hospital in Manila, but she’s now safe and sound. She even took to Twitter to tell her fans she was okay.

“Morning everyone. Just read all your ‘Get well soon’ messages. Last night was my first time to be stung by a jellyfish, a box jellyfish,” she tweeted.

She also wrote that she has been reading up on jellyfish and is glad that her condition is stable.

It seems wherever she goes, Anne’s been attracting news lately. Early this week, news came out that she reportedly confronted Sam Concepcion, her sister Jasmine Curtis-Smith’s rumored boyfriend at the birthday of It’s Showtime host Vice Ganda, telling him he was ‘not classy’ enough for her sister.

The actress denied that the confrontation happen even posting a photo of them on Instagram and saying that she and the singer-actor are on good terms. –

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