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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jun 1, 2015

Jasmine Curtis Smith Wants To Move On & No Longer Wants To Talk About Ex-BF Sam Concepcion

AFTER HOSTING a reality dance show, "Move It", on Sunday evenings, Jasmine Curtis Smith is glad to be one of the hosts now of the new TV5 Sunday noontime show, “Happy Truck ng Bayan”, that starts airing on June 14, 11 AM to 1 PM. At its presscon, Jasmine is asked if it’s true she cried when she saw ex-BF Sam Concepcion in a restaurant at the Fort and she felt so hurt because he gave her a cold shoulder.

“If you don’t mind, I’d rather keep na lang to us what happened,” she says. “Healing is a process and we want to move on. It’s in the past na so huwag na lang pahabain pa. And right now, we’re in ‘Happy Truck ng Bayan’, so kailangang happy na lang tayo and let’s talk about happy things.”

Is it true her Ate Anne Curtis has something to do with the break up? “No, not true. What happened between us is strictly between us, so wag na magdamay ng iba, please. As of now, I’m happy to be single again and I’m not in a hurry to be in another relationship.”

She’s just happy to be doing a lot of work. She has finished a horror movie with Regal, “Mara”, with Isabelle Daza, and she’ll soon start a new movie with APT Entertainment, with Alden Richards and the teen love team of Miguel Tanfelix and Bianca Umali. “And I’m happy to be part of ‘Happy Truck ng Bayan’ na magliligid sa iba’t ibang lugar bringing happiness to the viewers with fun games and big cash prizes,’ she adds.