Anne's see-through gown sends netizens abuzz

A photo of Anne Curtis in a sheer gown at a recent gathering of Kapamilya stars has gone viral online, garnering thousands of comments in a matter of hours.

A photo of Anne Curtis wearing a Francis Libiran gown that has gone viral on social networking site Facebook. Photo courtesy of the Anne Curtis' unofficial fan page on Facebook

In a photo posted Wednesday on social networking site Facebook, the "It's Showtime" host is seen posing in a partly see-through gown by Filipino designer Francis Libiran.

The dress' see-through material exposed the actress' cleavage and the sides of her thighs up to her waist.

The photo was posted by an unofficial Facebook fan page dedicated to Curtis, and was taken at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Tuesday at the sidelines of the ABS-CBN Christmas Special concert.

Anne Curtis' stage entrance drew cheers at the Liwanag ng Pasko: ABS-CBN Christmas Special, which will air in two parts on Dec. 15 and 16

As of writing, the viral photo has been "liked" on the social networking site more than 55,700 times -- a large number compared to the number of "likes" garnered by other photos on the same fan page, which average 4,000.

The photo has also gotten over 2,500 comments. The number of users who have shared the same image -- now over 1,700 -- has multiplied its viral spread on Facebook.

At the Kapamilya Christmas concert last Tuesday, Curtis, 27, appeared on stage alongside her "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw" co-stars Robin Padilla and Kris Aquino. Angeline Quinto sang the theme song as the three actors interacted before a cheering audience.

On her account on micro-blogging site Twitter -- which is nearing 3.8 million followers -- Curtis thanked Libiran for designing the gown, which is inspired by the hit song "Diamonds" by pop star Rihanna.

The Kapamilya Christmas concert, titled "Liwanag ng Pasko: ABS-CBN Christmas Special" will air on December 15 and 16.

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