The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has clarified that they have not yet sanctioned ASAP 18 for Anne Curtis’s controversial “rain scene” production number, in which the star had worn what appeared to be a long black dress with a slit that came up to her waist.

According to MTRCB Chairman Atty. Toto Villareal, the “gender sensitivity conference” to be held on March 5 will determine the show’s punishment. The representatives of ASAP 18 will be attending the meeting to discuss the issue.

Ayokong pangunahan ang ating ad hoc committee na magko-convene sa March 5,” he was quoted by as saying. “Doon makikipagtalastasan sila—'yung ABS-CBN at ang aming panel at doon pag-uusapan. Mula doon, dapat lahat tayo bukas sa ano mang posibilidad (I don't want to preempt the ad hoc committee that will convene on March 5. ABS-CBN will explain and discuss it with our panel on that date. From there, we should be open to any possibility.).”

We will hear all sides and due process ito, and rest assured, kung ano mang solusyon dito, inaasahan namin na yung network, makikipagtulungan sa amin,” Atty. Villareal continued. “Makakaasa po kayo na papakinggan namin ang bawat panig… Sabay-sabay tayong hanapan ito ng solusyon, in terms of what I would call a developmental solution (We will hear all sides and enforce due process, and rest assured, whatever the solution will be, we're hoping that the network will cooperate with us. We promise that we will listen to both sides... we'll look for a solution at the same time, in terms of what I would call a developmental solution.).”

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