LOOK: Anne Curtis as Disney princess
MANILA -- Anne Curtis, along with her co-hosts on "It's Showtime," took the stage as their favorite fictional characters during the noontime program's special Halloween episode aired on Thursday.
The 28-year-old actress wore the iconic blue-and-yellow dress of the fairy tale princess Snow White, as she appeared in the 1937 Disney animated classic.
Karylle and Coleen Garcia similarly took on well-loved fairy tale characters, as Alice of "Alice in Wonderland" and Little Red Riding Hood, respectively.
Vhong Navarro, Billy Crawford and Jhong Hilario appeared as modern-day action heroes. Navarro wore all-white as the ninja bodyguard Storm Shadow of the G.I. Joe toyline. Crawford had on the now-ubiquitous red-and-yellow battle gear of Iron Man, while Hilario took the stage as Robocop.
The duo of Jugs Jugueta and Teddy Corpuz drew laughs as the yellow minions of the "Despicable Me." Ryan Bang also took inspiration from an animated character as he wore green as Leonardo from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Eric "Eruption" Tai, meanwhile, chose a current pop culture favorite from "Game of Thrones" -- the Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo, played by Jason Momoa in the HBO series.