- Angel Locsin, Kim Chiu and Anne Curtis were quick to share their reactions after being included in 100 Digital Stars list of Forbes Asia
- The list recognizes Asia-Pacific’s “most influential celebrities on social media”
- Other Filipino celebrities included in the list are Kathryn Bernardo, Vice Ganda, Sarah Geronimo and Marian Rivera
Angel Locsin, Kim Chiu and Anne Curtis are among the celebrities who shared their gratitude for being part of this year’s 100 Digital Stars list of Forbes Asia.
According to Forbes, the list puts the spotlight on Asia-Pacific’s “most influential celebrities on social media.”
The actress remarked that it is an honor to be recognized by Forbes Asia.
Angel wrote, “Thank you, Forbes, for this platform wherein we can give back to the people who enabled us to be where we are today and to hopefully inspire others as well to do their part to the best of their ability to improve the lives of others. Because a small gesture can create a ripple effect if we can influence others to do the same. Once again, thank you for this great honor, @forbesasia.”
Anne also took to social media to extend her appreciation for the recognition.
She wrote, “Thank you @forbesasia. Sending out love to all of my followers from Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.”
Meanwhile, Kim was the one who was more emotional as she shared her excitement for being part of the list. She said she even got emotional when she heard the good news.
She wrote, “TOTOO NGA!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG!!! OMG!!!!!!! No words!!!! I am a part of ASIA PACIFIC’s MOST INFLUENCIAL CELEBRITIES ON SOCIAL MEDIA!??? no words!!! FORBES!!! Sorry capital letters lahat!!! Para intense yun yung nararamdaman ko now!!! LIKE WOW!!!!! Ang #bawallumabas umabot ng FORBES.Com im litterally crying while typing all these. Grabe po!”
Other Filipino celebrities included in the list are Kathryn Bernardo, Vice Ganda, Sarah Geronimo and Marian Rivera.