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When You Wish Upon A Star

Credits: www.sarahgeronimo.com

Sarah Geronimo's rise to fame is one of the most celebrated Cinderella stories in show business. Her modern day rags-to-riches tale continuously inspires thousands to dare to dream, to work hard, to keep believing, and to never say never.

Sarah Geronimo (Sarah Asher Tua Geronimo), the Philippines' talented and charming Popstar Princess, was born on July 25, 1988 to Delfin Geronimo and Divina Geronimo. The third of four children, her siblings are Joanna Rizzie, Sunshine Grace and Ezekiel Gabriel. Sarah grew up in a rented house in Sta. Cruz, Manila, living modestly as her father worked as a PLDT lineman and her mom kept a salon.

At the very young age of 2, Sarah precociously demonstrated a good sense of timing and vocal potential. She could barely utter the words correctly, but Delfin took notice of Sarah's innate penchant for singing. A couple of years later, it became apparent to the family how seriously she wanted to conquer the stage. While the hands of other girls were preoccupied with prized Barbie dolls, hers were firmly cradling a microphone.

When Sarah was 6, she joined a singing contest sponsored by PLDT called Tuklas Talino. Singing in a contest for the first time, she performed The Greatest Performance of My Life and won first prize. Nanette Inventor, a prominent member of the entertainement industry, was one of the judges. She was particularly impressed by Sarah's voice, saying she did not expect that kind of voice to come from a very young child. That victory was her first in a string of first-place finishes in several singing contests sponsored by notable companies.

While other kids spent their days on the playground, Sarah was already determined to participate in more talent shows. Divine would accompany her to auditions, and it was common for them to get a callback, but the offers were mostly for the less significant bit parts. Sarah became part of the Pen Pen De Sarapen cast. In a kiddie movie entitled Sarah, ang Munting Prinsesa, she was cast for a supporting role. She also appeared in the "tweeners" afternoon variety show AngTV on the ABS-CBN network. However, the spotlight seldom landed on her. Despite that, she was always happy just to perform and be able to sing, dance and act. Even at this early stage of her career, she already exhibited extraordinary passion for her craft, and the traits associated with it -- wanting to improve, taking criticisms constructively, and always eager to learn. What she lacked in the glamor of her audition dresses and shoes, she more than made up with talent and determination.

To hone Sarah's skills, Delfin trained her himself for several hours everyday. Mimicking the way Regine Velasquez was trained by her dad by having her sing while submerged neck-deep in the sea, Sarah trained in a makeshift water barrel.

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But even with training and talent, she still couldn't seem to find that crack in the wall to break through. When the family business went bankrupt, they found it harder to sustain the expenses of her auditions. Divine resorted to saving the smallest of loose change so they will have jeepney fare for the auditions. Any other individual with weaker resolve would have lost heart. Life was arduous, but the Geronimos bravely plowed on.

In addition to her prowess on the stage, Sarah was a very diligent student at the Dominican School in Lacson Avenue, Manila. Good education was one of the intangible things that their parents wanted to impart to them, and this value was deeply instilled in the Geronimo kids. Sarah's parents would even borrow money so they could send the kids to good and reputable schools. After graduating from elementary school, Sarah continued secondary study at the University of Santo Tomas Education High School. Her friends from high school considered her a class clown. Out of nowhere, she would erupt into a song or a joke, that would send her friends laughing. Her zest for life and engaging, contagious smile easily won people over. She also loves to draw and sketch, and is actually a bookworm. One of her favorite book characters was Harry Potter. On any given day, Sarah was just a teenager enjoying her youth. Apart from usual teenagers though, her concern for her family made her years wiser than her age.

At one point in the Geronimos' lives, they were knee-deep in financial trouble. All at once, there was a sickness in the family, they were being driven out of their house because they could no longer pay the rent, they do not have the tuition money to sustain their education, and making ends meet simply became an impossible feat. Sarah, for her part, wanted to help by joining a nationwide singing contest where a million pesos is part of the grand prize. This was the Star For A Night competition which was hosted by none other than Sarah's idol, Regine Velasquez. Sarah was determined to help with the finances using her God-given talents.

The climb was not easy. Sarah could not picture herself winning the competition after observing the sheer intensity of the other artists she was competing against. However, it was a different story when she stepped on stage and held the microphone. All her insecurities melted and she belted the Celine Dion song To Love You More. She was at the top of her game; in her element. At that very moment when she flung her arms up in the air for the finale, the judges saw in her a star-in-the-making. She won the grand prize of 1 million pesos and an exclusive 10-year contract with Viva Entertainment Group. Mr. Vicente del Rosario, the revered "Boss Vic" of the industry, managed Sarah's career firsthand. This was the big break that she had been dreaming of.

When things settled down after memorable victory, Sarah took care of a few priorities first. She paid off their family debt with the prize money. They had enough left over to pay the hospital bills and their tuition fees. They were able to afford rent and were relieved that they would not be sleeping on the streets. By the time everything was settled, there was no money left for luxury. With no rest in mind, she decided that it was time to work. Her motivation for work was not just for financial stability, but she wanted to soar towards fulfilling her dreams.

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After winning as the grand champion of the Star For A Night talent show, Sarah started recording her first album, "Popstar: A Dream Come True" (2003). This album eventually went on to a record of 7 times platinum, reflecting 210,000+ copies sold. Her follow up album, "Sweet Sixteen" (2004) was a certified 3 times platinum. The highly anticipated "Becoming" (2006) album was released internationally, and reached platinum record just a month after its release. The success was followed by "Taking Flight" (2007) which was awarded 2 times platinum, and "Just Me" (2008) which was her second internationally-released album. Included in this album is Sarah's collaboration with one of the BackStreet Boys members, Howie Dorough. She's a big fan of BSB, so when Howie D flew from the US to attend the album launch at the SM Mall of Asia, Sarah was more than ecstatic and grateful. Sarah's latest is "OPM" (2008) which showcased home-grown songs from movies and tv, as well as her past albums. It is a certified platinum as well.

Sarah also signed a contract with ABS-CBN in 2004 and was immediately given her own starring tv series, "Sarah, The Teen Princess" (2004). With ABS-CBN's line up of weekly shows, Sarah was able to hone her acting skills by guesting in several shows like "Your Song", "Love Spell", "Maalaala Mo Kaya", and lighter shows like "John en Shirley", "Wansapanataym", "Yes Yes Show", and "That's My Doc", among others. Eventually, her next starring tv series was launched, "Bituing Walang Ningning" (2006), which earned her praises from critics. The following year, "Pangarap na Bituin" (2007) was conceptualized, and Sarah delivered brilliantly. The last teleserye seemed to have reckoned that the time is right for Sarah to have her own movie.
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Although she's starred in supporting yet more defined roles in movies like "Lastikman" (2004), "Annie B" (2004), "Captain Barbell" (2003), and the star-studded "Filipinas" (2003), Sarah is yet to star in her own debut film. The time has come when the script for "A Very Special Love" (2008) was written specifically with her in mind as the lead female role. Fans and critics alike all gushed about how natural and impressive Sarah's acting is. The movie became the ticket for Sarah in winning the Box Office Queen title for 2008 by the prestigious Guillermo Mendoza Memoial Scholarship Award. The movie was shown in theatre for weeks and immediately catapulted to #3 Highest Grossing Movie in the Philippines of All-Time. Following the heels of the movie's success, the sequel "You Changed My Life" (2009) was released and became the #1 Highest Grossing Movie in the Philippines of All-Time.

On tv, ABS-CBN's variety show ASAP (All-star Sunday Afternoon Party) welcomed her with open arms in 2004, and Sarah has since then been dazzling audiences young and old. She always brings something new to the table, that the show gave her her own segment "The Other Side of Sarah", which was later renamed to "Sarah On Stage". On ASAP, she also shows capacity in carrying out spiels, most likely honed when she did hosting jobs for Search For Star In A Million, Little Big Star and the Little Big SuperStar.

And on stage, where her talents were initially recognized, Sarah has filled up venues both in her native homeland and abroad. Her first concert at the Aliw Theatre entitled "Popstar: A Dream Come True" (2003) gave her the first taste of a standing ovation by an entire crowd. The warm reception of the fans boosted Viva Concert's confidence that she can fill up The Big Dome. And they were not mistaken. Her first concert at the Araneta Coliseum, entitled "The Other Side of Sarah Geronimo" (2005), was a sold out concert. Sarah's supporters stayed until the end of the concert despite the fact that The Dome became one huge oven when the air conditioning units failed to function. A young yet energetic Sarah performed like there's no tomorrow, much to the delight of the fans who seemed to have forgotten about the technical problems. That was the first time she filled The Big Dome to the rafters. The second time was at "Sarah Geronimo In Motion" (2007) where Sarah showed her prowess in singing and dancing.

In early 2008, Sarah once again reunited with Erik Santos, Rachelle Ann Go and Christian Bautista in a Valentine's Day concert at the Araneta Coliseum, entitled "OL4LUV". She had a concert entitled "Sarah Geronimo: The Next One" (2008), another sold out concert at The Big Dome, where she first played an instrument (a piano) as accompaniment. All 3 of her Araneta Coliseum soldout concerts were brought on tour to other countries around the world. She has wowed both Filipinos and foreigners alike, and her soldout tours speak for themselves that Sarah indeed has arrived.

Before Geronimo release her fifth studio album, she released "I'll Be Here" as the fourth and final single of Taking Flight. She collaborated with Backstreet Boys member Howie Dorough, in the song "I'll Be There" produced by Christian de Walden and it will be included in her upcoming album Just Me. Her fifth studio album Just Me was re-released, adding You Changed My Life. Also this same year, she has formed a collaboration/singing group with fellow ABS-CBN champions, Rachelle Ann Go (Search For A Star) and Yeng Constantino (Pinoy Dream Academy Year 1). This group is called YRS (Yeng, Rachelle and Sarah).

In mid-2009 she recorded the theme song of Sunsilk, "Record Breaker." She also released her 3rd single "Dahil Minahal Mo Ako" from the album, Just Me. It dominated the charts and on television. August 5, 2009 she sang Virna Lisa's "Magkaisa" at the burial of former President Corazon Aquino.

Sarah Geronimo performed the theme song of the movie "In My Life" entitled Something New In My Life starring John Lloyd Cruz, Luis Manzano & Vilma Santos and became the carrier single of Sarah's 2nd Mini Album "In My Life"

In November 7, 2009, she'll return to Araneta Coliseum for her fourth major concert entitled, "Record Breaker". She's also scheduled to be the 2009 MYX Celebrity VJ for the month of November.

Geronimo just released her first solo Christmas album entitled Your Christmas Girl, where she rendred her rendition of "Give Love On Christmas Day" last October 25, 2009. As announced (by herself) on ASAP '09 last October 25, 2009, her sixth studio album is slated for release on the first week of November 2009, which is entitled "Sarah Geronimo: Music and Me" . It said to be that it will be a full-English-pop album and still under the record label of Viva Records, Philippines.

To date, Sarah is one of the most sought after endorsers of products, services, even government offices and public servants wanting to run for office. She conquered the different media for ads: tv, radio, print, billboards. Because of this, she is also dubbed as the biggest MultiMedia Superstar, transcending different media to reach the general public. With over 60 awards and recognitions to date, and thousands of screaming fans, Sarah is considered a phenomenon in the industry.

One may say that Sarah is very lucky. She is indeed. But it was not all luck. There were tears and trials and heartaches and rejections. She has to make sacrifices as simple as not eating ice cream or chocolate to preserve her voice, to something as complicated as having to take home study and miss regular classes and everything that goes with it. It was her determination to move on, to never back down, that helped her get to where she is now.

Her deeply-rooted values gave her the strength to stay on top of the game. Most importantly, no matter how high Sarah soars, her feet remains planted on the ground. Always grateful to the Lord, always bringing Him glory in everything that she does.

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    1. Her debut album the Popstar: A Dream Come True is "The Biggest Selling Debut Album in OPM History" certified by Philippine Association and Recording Industry.

    2. Her movie You Changed My Life is the "Highest Grossing Filipino Film of All Time in the History of Philippine Cinema" .

    3. She is the "First Filipino artist to receive a platinum award for a DVD" as a copy of her concert The Other Side in 2005 and is currently the only artist who has a platinum record for 4 DVDs of her concert.

    4. She is the "Youngest Recipient of the Entertainer of The Year Award in the history of Aliw Awards Foundation".

    5. She is the "First and only artist who received 3 major awards in GMMSF Box Office Entertainment Awards History". Namely, "The Recording Queen Award", "The Concert Queen Award" and "The Box Office Queen Award".

    6. Her full album released on the new format Music Album Phone, which is a "First by a Filipino artist, reached platinum status on its first day of release".

    7. Despite starting at year 2003, she still managed to be "The Best-Selling Filipino Artist of the Decade" (2001-2010) recognized by the Philippine Association of Recording Industry, selling more than 1,000,000 albums.

    Awards and Recognitions


    Star for a Night grand champion
    Star Girl 2003
    Most Promising Female Performer: 20th Annual Year Ender Excellence Awards 2003
    Most Promising Female Singer: "Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards {34th Box Office Awards}"
    Most Promising Female Entertainer "Aliw Awards"
    Benavides awardee (given to outstanding University of Santo Tomas alumni)[55]


    Septiple (7x) Platinum record for the album "Popstar; A Dream Come True"
    Outstanding Female Role Youth Model in the Field of Entertainer: Gawad KKK 2004
    Outstanding Manilans of the Year Medal: Outstanding Manilans Award 2004
    Outstanding Manilans Plaque for Contribution in the Field of Performing Arts: Outstanding Manilans Award 2004
    Best Performance By a New Female Recording Artist: Awit Awards 2004
    Best Dance Video, Sa Iyo: "17th Awit Awards"
    Best Performance By a New Female Recording Artist: Awit Awards 2004
    Song of the Year, Forever's Not Enough: " Awit Awards 2004"
    Best Performance By a Female Recording Artist: Aliw Awards 2004
    Best Dance Song "Sa Iyo": Aliw Awards 2004
    Favorite New Artist: "MTV Pilipinas 2004"
    Favorite Female Artist: "MTV Pilipinas 2004"
    Favorite Song, Forever's not Enough: "MTV Pilipinas 2004"
    Nickelodeons Kids Choice Award
    People of the Year: People Asia Magazine
    Most Promising Female Singer
    KASAMA (Kabataang Sama-Samang Naglilingkod) Most Outstanding Youth Role Model awardee
    National Press Club: Most Promising Female Singer


    Female Entertainer of the Year: Gawad America 2005
    Female Recording Artist of the Year: Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2005
    Best Female Young Artist " Asia Pacific Excellence Awards 2005"
    Female Awardee (Pop Star A Dream Come True, Sweet Sixteen, Star For A Night): 1st ASAP Platinum Circle Awards
    Triple Platinum record for the album "Sweet Sixteen"


    Female Recording Artist of the Year: Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2006
    Platinum record for the album "Becoming"
    Best TV Show (Bituing Walang Ningning): ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2006
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2006 - Best TV Theme Song: Bituing Walang Ningning
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2006 - Best TV Character: Bituing Walang Ningning
    Best TV Show (Bituing Walang Ningning): Anak TV Seal Awards 2006
    Platinum record for the album "The Other Side; Live"
    Kids Choice Award Ang Pinaka Idol Na Female Singer: Ang Pinaka QTV11 2006
    Most Admired Female TV Personality: Anak TV Seal Awards 2006
    Female Artist Awardee (Becoming, The Other Side: Live): 2nd ASAP Platinum Circle Awards
    Best Variety Program "Little Big Star": 20th KBP Golden Dove Awards


    Female Artist Awardee (Taking Flight): 1st ASAP 24k Awards
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Female 2007 - Performer of the Year(Carry My Love)
    Most Admired Female TV Personality: Anak TV Seal's 2007
    Female Hitmaker of the Year: YES Magazine 2007
    ALBUM OF THE YEAR (Becoming): 1st OPM Song Hits Award 2007
    American-Philippines Friendship Day Awardee for Entertainment Plaque 2007
    Asian Magazine People of the Year 2007
    Compilation Awardee (Hotsilog): 3rd ASAP Platinum Circle Awards


    Female Concert Performer of the Year: Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2008
    Favorite Artist of the Year: Myx Music Awards 2008
    Favorite Female Artist: Myx Music Award 2008
    Favorite Song of the Year (Ikaw): Myx Music Awards 2008
    Favorite Celebrity Vj: Myx Music Awards 2008
    Brightest Female PopStar S Magazines People's Choice Award
    45th sexiest (FHM Philippines 100 sexiest)
    Platinum record for the album "Taking Flight"
    Platinum award for her DVD "Sarah Geronimo; The Other Side"
    Platinum award for her DVD "Sarah Geronimo in Motion"
    Most Promising Female Singer at "9th Tining Awards of the National Press Club"
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Album/Taking Flight
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Song/A Very Special Love
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Female Artist
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Themesong: A Very Special Love
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Movie: A Very Special Love
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop Female Performer in a Video
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2008 – Pop TV Themesong: Pangarap na Bituin
    Awit Awards 2008 – "IKAW" – SONG OF THE YEAR
    Most Admired Female TV Personality: Anak TV Seal's 2008
    Platinum Circle 2008 Awards – SGIM Concert DVD (Certified Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2008 Awards – TOS Concert DVD (Certified Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2008 Awards – Taking Flight Album (Double Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2008 Awards – JUST Me Album (Certified Platinum)
    PARI Bestselling Artist of 2008 (4 Gold and 4 Platinum Awards)


    One of the Most Admired Female TV Personalities: Anak TV Seal Awards 2009
    Philippine Walk of Fame Inductee for 2009
    Most Memorable Theme Song for "A Very Special Love" : 1st Cinema One’s Kinse Viewers’ Choice Awards
    Female Pop Artist of the Year: PMPC 1st Star Awards for Music 2009
    Recipient of the Golden Artist Award: 57th FAMAS Awards 2009
    Best Song for "Ngayon, Bukas at Kailanman": 57th FAMAS Awards 2009
    FHM'S (28th) Sexiest Women In The World
    Preview Magazine Reader's Choice: Style Star
    PVCA 2009 – Pop Music Video of the year/Something New In My Life
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Movie Themesong: You Changed My Life
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Screen Kiss: (with John Lloyd Cruz)
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Movie Love Team: (with John Lloyd Cruz)
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Movie of The year: You Changed My Life
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Song of the year: You Changed My Life
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2009 – Pop Album of the year: OPM
    1st Radio Music Awards – Listener's Choice Awards
    Rank Number 28 (FHM Magazine's 100 Sexiest Women of the World)
    Platinum Award "THE NEXT ONE CONCERT DVD"
    Platinum Award "MUSIC & ME ALBUM"
    2008 Box Office Queen "A Very Special Love" (GMMSFI)
    Recording Artist of the Year "Just Me, Taking Flight" (GMMSFI)
    Female Concert Performer of the Year "The NEXT ONE" (GMMSFI)
    1st WAKI OPM AWARD "Female Vocalist of the Year"
    2008 YES Reader's Choice Awards for the Next Female Big Star
    2008 SM Cinemas Box Office Queen for "A Very Special Love"
    5th USTv Student's Choice Awards "Most Popular Music Video for A Very Special Love"
    5th USTv Student's Choice Awards "Most Popular Music Video Performer for A Very Special Love"
    Favorite Artist of the Year: Myx Music Awards 2009
    Favorite Female Artist: Myx Music Award 2009
    Favorite Media Soundtrack (AVSL): Myx Music Awards 2009
    Favorite Remake (AVSL): Myx Music Awards 2009[80]
    Favorite Mellow Video (AVSL): Myx Music Awards 2009
    Favorite Celebrity Vj: Myx Music Awards 2009
    24 K Award 2009 Awards – OPM Studio Album(Certified Gold)
    24 K Award 2009 Awards – TNO Concert DVD (Certified Gold)
    24 K Award 2009 Awards – Christmas Girl Studio Album (Certified Gold)
    24 K Award 2009 Awards – Music & Me Studio Album (Certified Gold)
    Platinum Circle 2009 Awards – OPM Studio Album(Certified Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2009 Awards – TNO Concert DVD (Certified Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2009 Awards – Christmas Girl Studio Album (Certified Platinum)
    Platinum Circle 2009 Awards – Music & Me Studio Album (Certified Platinum)
    Female Star of the Night: 2009 PMPC STAR Awards for Movies
    Best Movie Themesong "Ngayon, Bukas at Kailanman" (Baler): 2009 PMPC STAR Awards for Movies
    PARI Bestselling Artist of 2009 (4 Gold and 4 Platinum Awards)


    FAVORITE ARTIST: Myx Music Awards 2010
    FAVORITE FEMALE ARTIST: Myx Music Awards 2010
    FAVORITE REMAKE (You Changed My Life): Myx Music Awards 2010
    6th USTv Student's Choice Awards "Most Popular Music Video for You Changed My Life"
    6th USTv Student's Choice Awards "Most Popular Music Video Performer for You Changed My Life"
    2009 Box Office Queen "You Changed My Life" (GMMSFI)
    2009 SM Cinemas Box Office Queen for "You Changed My Life"
    Most Stylish Female Live Performer: 1st Celebrity Style Awards
    Female Recording Artist of the Year: 2nd PMPC Star Awards for Music
    Face of the Night: 2nd PMPC Star Awards for Music
    Peoples's Choice Award for Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist "Right Here Waiting" : 23rd Awit Awards
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2010 - POP FEMALE ARTIST: Sarah Geronimo
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2010 - POP MOVIE THEME SONG: "Love Will Keep Us Together"
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2010 - POP ALBUM: Music & Me
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2010 - POP MUSIC VIDEO: Right Here Waiting
    ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2010 - POP KAPAMILYA TV THEME SONG: Number 1
    E.G.G's all hits.ph for Most Downloaded Artist for 2009 : 23rd Awit Awards
    Platinum Award "RECORD BREAKER DVD"
    PARI Biggest-Selling Artist of the Decade
    Best Female Major Concert – Record Breaker : 23rd Aliw Awards
    Entertainer of the Year : 23rd Aliw Awards
    YES Magazine's included in 20 Stars Who Ruled the Decade
    YES Magazine's #2 Most Beautiful Star of 2010!


    Platinum Award-One Heart Album released May 2011
    Gold Award-One Heart Album released May 2011
    Pasado Awards: Pinakapasadong Kabataan sa Larangan ng Pelikula at Akademya
    First Barkada Choice Award: Choice OPM Artist of the Year
    42nd Box Office Entertainment Awards: Female Recording Artist of the Year


    Republic of The Philippines City of Manila-Singer and TV or Movie Actress
    Most Promising Female Singer at 9th Tining Awards of the National Press Club
    PLDT Plaque of Recognition (Consistent Winner of "Tuklas Talino" Musical Contest)
    Most Refreshing Star (Magnolia) : San Miguel Corporation – Awarded during the GMMSFI 2009

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    Viva Film and Star Cinema Film Productions Inc. proudly bring you the most awaited team up of the year Sarah Geronemo and Gerald Anderson in “Catch Me I’m in Love” together with cast Ketchup Eusebio, Alchris Galura, Charee Pineda, Hyubs Azarcon, Dino Imperial and Fred Payawan with special participation of Mr. Christopher de Leon, Ms. Dawn Zulueta, Joey Marquez and Arlene Muhlach. The movie is directed by Mae Cruz and Catch Me I’m In Love film will hit the big screen on March 23, 2011 in theaters nationwide.
    Catch Me I’m in Love Story

    For Love is a truly destiny. Eric (Gerald Anderson), the Presidential son have always been a headache to his father( the Philippine President). Having been involved in an issue that was seen by the public. The president decided to take his son into an immersion under the supervision of Roanne (Sarah Geronimo). And from the moment they were together, one have discovered that – special someone who will catch her when she falls. And for it said love comes in mysterious ways.
    Catch Me I’m In Love Movie Cast

    * Sarah Geronimo as Roan Sanchez
    * Gerald Anderson as Eric Rodriguez
    * Matteo Guidicelli

    Supporting Cast

    * Christopher De Leon
    * Dawn Zulueta
    * Joey Marquez
    * Arlene Mulach
    * Dino Imperial
    * Ketchup Eusebio
    * Alchris Galura

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    Hating Kapatid the movie was great as we expected it to be. From the combination of the characters, punch lines thrown here and there and the award winning drama attained while also achieving scenes that brought the audience non-stop laughter, the movie will surely fit any age, state, or being.

    The Cast

    All characters have played their roles with proper timing and proper internalization. The lead characters Rica and Cecilia played by Judy Ann and Sarah were a very good team up- Young Blockbuster princess Sarah worked well with the Young Super Star Judy Ann as their skills in acting have jived with their roles of strict and protective Ate Rica plus sweet and bubbly Cecilia. Both know how to make their audience laugh without looking like their jokes and reactions came out of nowhere. Just O-Natural!

    Other characters such as Edsel(Luis Manzano) and Bong(JC de Vera) were the characters of romance that added a whole lot of kilig factor to the movie(and I must say the whole Cinema 10). You would hear all sorts of screaming because of these two guys’ appearances. Edsel(Luis) played a very big contribution to the comedy and fun of this movie, him being the love interest of the lead character Cecilia(Sarah). They had a one of a kind love team-up that isn’t your normal romantic movie chemistry. As for Rica(Judy Ann) and Bong’s(JC de Vera) love team has also been a good team-up although a lot of spectators gave comments that the Juday-JC tandem is quite a doubtful hit. But by watching the movie, we must say the cast was appropriately chosen. JC had a very strong and handsome aura every time he appeared seemed like there was a bright light in the screen, making him the guy candy of the movie.

    Other characters such as Beauty(Vice Ganda), DJ Durano, Gina Pareno, Cherry Pie Picache and Tonton Gutierrez, are also to be applauded for the all-time good time acting performance. Beauty(Vice) was one laughing generator! Vice is known to be funny, seeing him regularly at his regular morning show Showtime, He does it again here in a different light, being the “yaya” of the two sisters in the film, Vice has contributed much comedy and his lines... boy his lines…are what you wouldn’t want to miss!


    The movie is best for its humor freshly done and thrown out well with timing with scenes to expect such as Beauty’s (Vice Ganda) tactics on how to snag a guy on a 1st meeting, how the two sisters Rica’s superiority and possessiveness as the older sister was turned comedy, even Cecilia’s persistence to get a job and finding not only a job but her love interest! Edsel(Luis) has a lot to offer in this film and his acts and appearances will surely bring laughter every time he opens his mouth or makes a move.

    Additional Highlights would be the arrival of the two girls’ parents, see how this situation will shake the two and the whole family in their journey into finding understanding, true love and a united family.

    The movie touches on a serious issue to look into, which is the occurrence that children are being left behind by parents who go abroad to work and aim to give their children a better life. This movie tries to show a different point of view from the children’s side. How they are left with limited love and care, the pressure that the eldest endures trying to look after their younger siblings. The comedy isn’t just a matter of laughter but also a matter of love and the true meaning of family.

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    You Changed My Life
    Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz

    You Changed My Life is a 2009 Filipino movie starring Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz. It is the sequel to the 2008 blockbuster movie A Very Special Love, starring Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz. Filming has started in November 2008, just in time for its February 25, 2009 release as Star Cinema and VIVA Films' post-Valentine offering to Filipino moviegoers and received again an “A” rating from the Cinema Evaluation Board. Cathy Garcia Molina reprises directorial duties for the franchise. It is now the "Highest Top-Grossing Filipino Movie of All Time" to beat "Ang Tanging Ina Ninyong Lahat" for its (YCML) 3rd week of showing.

    Its been six months since Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo) won the heart of her prince charming Miggy Montenegro (John Lloyd Cruz) and it has been nothing but roses-she got promoted, Flippage is now in the same building where Miggy works and best of all, her hair looks better.To Laida,nothing can break her perfect little world.

    Miggy feels like hes on top of the world.He's is finally okay with his family and for the first time,he's in a relationship that has meaning,He is slowly proving to everyone that he is indeed a work in progress.

    But things quickly proven not quite what they seem.Miggy gets promoted but is assigned in Laguna.Laida,on the other handare,is being offered a job to Canada.With their careers leading Laida and Miggy to different paths, their relationship suffers from the pressures of being apart.

    Will Laida and Miggy be able to keep their happily ever after?

    Or will they realize,a little to late,that living the dream is actually harder than attaining it.

    Main Cast
    John Lloyd Cruz as Miguel "Miggy" Montenegro, Sarah Geronimo as Adelaida "Laida" Magtalas

    Supporting Cast
    Dante Rivero as Luis Montenegro, Rowell Santiago as Art Montenegro, Johnny Revilla as Roger Montenegro, Bing Pimentel as Alice Montenegro, Al Tantay as Tomas Magtalas, Irma Adlawan as Baby Magtalas, Arno Morales as Stephen Magtalas, Miles Ocampo as Rose Magtalas, Andre Garcia as Lio Magtalas, Joross Gamboa as John Rae, Bernard Palance as Mon, Matet De Leon as Zoila, Gio Alvarez as Vincent, Kalila Aguilos as Violy, Cj Jaravata as Jules, Epifania "Panying" Limon as Office Utility

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    A Very Special Love
    Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz

    A Very Special Love is a 2008 blockbuster romantic-comedy film from Star Cinema and VIVA Films; featuring the first team-up of the Pop Princess, Sarah Geronimo with Box-office King, John Lloyd Cruz. This movie directed by Cathy Garcia Molina received an “A” rating from the Cinema Evaluation Board. Moreover, the final figures presented by the two film companies confirmed a remarkable P 180 million box-office earnings and making it the 4th Top-Grossing Film of All-Time in the Philippines, and also it is vying as the no.1 movie of 2008 that would make Geronimo and Cruz the Box-Office King and Queen of that year.

    A sequel entitled You Changed My Life was released on February 25, 2009.

    Laida Magtalas is a modern-day Belle who works hard to provide for her family while hoping that someday she will meet her prince charming and that they will live happily ever after together. That would-be prince charming is none other than "Miggy", the youngest memeber of the Montenegro clan— a well established family in the business world. Moony Laida desire to finally meet Miggy leads her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at his newly launched men’s magazine, "Bachelor". In spite of the fact that a relationship with Miggy may prove to be a long shot, Laida revels working in such close proximity with the man of her dreams.

    By some stroke of luck, Laida lands the job. Overwhelmed by being in the presence of her long–time crush and by her recently acquired career,
    Laida remains blinded to the fact that the Miggy of her dreams is very different from the real one. In reality, he is an unapologetic, hothead who always thinks he's in the right. Everyone is scared of him with the exception of the love-stuck Laida, who adamantly defends him. Imperceptively, she caters to his every whim, even sending her in his absence on a date with his girlfriend, breaking her heart a little. Her colleagues question her unrelenting devotion to such a monster and when Laida continues to proves her loyalty to Miggy, gossip regarding her feelings for the boss starts to circulate. In an effort to deter being the subject of her officemates' blathering, a befuddled Laida unwittingly reveals intimate information regading Miggy’s personal life, thus earning her his ire. After being chastised by the despotic Miggy, Laida’s finally opens her eyes and sees him for the tyrant that he is.

    The confrontation with Laida was a rude awakening for Miggy as well and he realizes why people are so put-off by him. No one has ever talked back to Miggy before, because no one dared; Miggy was always right and that’s how he likes it. But when a seeemingly simpleton like Laida, who unquestioningly does whatever she's told, has the audacity to tell him off to his face, Miggy begins to figure out that the reason for his past failures could actually be him. For the first time in his life, Miggy garners the gumption to apologize and this new-found humility opens up a whole new world of “firsts” for Miggy. With Laida's help, Miggy slowly learns to be more of a team player and the true value of loyalty.

    Unfortunately, Miggy's transformation is an up-hill battle since his siblings keeps pulling him back to his old ways and it becomes apparent that not even Laida’s presence in his life can instantly diminish the strong hold Miggy's family has over him. Undaunted, Laida does everything she can to help Miggy, even at the cost of neglecting her own family. As Laida and Miggy’s fight to save the floundering magazine intensifies, so do their struggle to keep their intentions and emotions at bay. Will Laida and Miggy ever figure out the right combination to solve their problems in business and in their personal lives? Or will their conflicting personalities, despite their common interests and goals, keep them from acknowledging that they are meant to be together?

    Laida Magtalas is a modern-day Belle who works hard to provide for her family while hoping that someday she will meet her prince charming and that they will live happily ever after together. That would-be prince charming is none other than "Miggy", the youngest member of the Montenegro clan — a well established family in the business world. Moony Laida's desire to finally meet Miggy leads her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at his newly launched men’s magazine, "Bachelor". In spite of the fact that a relationship with Miggy may prove to be a long shot, Laida revels working in such close proximity with the man of her dreams.

    he film opens with Laida starting out her day for a job interview with Flippage, owned and manage by her crush Miguel " Miggy " Montenegro. a son of a wealthy and prominent business family ( later revealed in the sequel that the family mains business is in the airline and trade industry). Unbeknownst to her , on the day of her interview, Miggy was having a heated meeting with his creative team on the issue of the Bachelor, Flippage’s mens magazine. Miggy’s mean demeanor and undermining of both his friend and editors cause a walkout of half of the team. In the middle of the chaos laida was hired of the spot after she presented Miggy with coffee left by an attendant who also walked out after being screamed at. The coffee will be a symbolic part throughout the film as Laida would often put post it messages on the coffee cups that she serves Miggy.

    By some stroke of luck, Laida lands the job. Overwhelmed by being in the presence of her long–time crush and by her recently acquired career, Laida remains blinded to the fact that the Miggy of her dreams is very different from the real one. In reality, he is an unapologetic, hothead who always thinks he's in the right and obsesses about nothing making his magazine number one. Everyone is scared of him with the exception of the love-stuck Laida, who adamantly defends him. Imperceptively, she caters to his every whim, even sending her in his absence on a date with his girlfriend, breaking her heart a little. Her colleagues question her unrelenting devotion to such a monster and when Laida continues to proves her loyalty to Miggy, gossip regarding her feelings for the boss starts to circulate. However the moment was short lived, as the next day after Laida made a suggestion in regards to an article content that Miggy should put for the magazine, Miggy publicly humiliates her and her knowledge of sex and questioned her virtue (virginity) in front of the staff by making her say the word “ Sex”. Miggy was later embarrassed himself after he realized that it was Laida who made the last minute call and effort to find a printing press to do a rush job on their magazines overhaul. After being chastised by the despotic Miggy, Laida’s finally opens her eyes and sees him for the tyrant he truly is.

    The confrontation with Laida was a rude awakening for Miggy as well and he realizes why people are so put-off by him. Miggy then tries with much difficulty on his part of “apologize” in his own way to Laida. First by ordering pizza for the team and serving a slice himself to her. Which Laida ignores. Laida, now disenchanted with Miggy was called in by her officemates to go to Miggy’s condo to deliver the article drafts for approval much to her dismay. As well it was her mothers birthday. However upon arriving in Miggy’s apartment, she found Miggy high with fever with very little food or necessities in his apartment, with no househelp or family to care for him. Laida took care of Miggy, missing her own mothers birthday. Miggy woke up during a break in fever and saw the exhausted Laida next to him patting his back as a mother would to a sick child. This prompted Miggy to realize his feelings to Laida igniting a change in him and wishing Laida to be more closer to him as well as being more friendly with the rest of his team. The productivity and atmosphere of the company thus also changed in a positive note. Miggy also became comfortable enough to tell laida the truth behind his past, that he was an illegitimate child of his father later adopted to the main family after his mothers death. Thus his strong desire to prove himself to his father and brother. For the first time in his life, Miggy garners the gumption to apologize and this new-found humility opens up a whole new world of “firsts” for Miggy. With Laida's help, Miggy slowly learns to be more of a team player and the true value of loyalty.

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    credits: www.sarahgeronimo.com

    As a Performer

    As far back as 1992, Sarah is already showing impressive vocals and moves in the kiddie show "Pen Pen de Sarapen". She was part of the cast for three years, and the two years that followed (1995-1996) gave her a spot in the tweens afternoon comedy/talent show, "AngTV" on ABS-CBN, as herself.

    In 2003, immediately following her win as the Grand Champion of "Star For A Night", a talent search contest hosted by Regine Velasquez, Sarah had sporadic performances at (Channel 7) GMA's SOP, a Sunday afternoon variety show.

    Since 2004 to present, you may catch Sarah every Sunday as a mainstay at the star-studded musical variety show "ASAP" (All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party), on ABS-CBN. Sarah performs in several segments of the show: Grand Face Off (usually with Erik Santos, Rachelle Ann Go and Christian Bautista), YRS (with Yeng Constantino and Rachelle Ann Go), and her own segment called SOS (Sarah On Stage) which was originally the TOS (The Other Side of Sarah) segment. She's also a crowd favorite for the introduction numbers, spiels, and specials and tributes. Past segments where she performs include the Champions Showdown and MR (Music Room). ASAP is directed by Johnny Manahan, also known as Mr.M of the tv world.

    As an Actress

    Sarah, The Teen PrincessIn 2004, Sarah signed a contract with the TV network giant ABS-CBN (Channel 2), where she had her first project in acting by starring as Sarah Alagao in a light rom-com-drama tv series entitled "Sarah, The Teen Princess". The series was directed by John D. Lazatin and Ricky Rivero, and also starred Mark Bautista, Gloria Diaz, Jaime Fabregas, Beth Tamayo, Carla Humphries, Mikel Campos, Michael Agassi, Aiza Marquez, Ward Luarca, Jill Yulo, Eliza Pineda, Glaiza de Castro, Charlie Mac, Jon-Jon and Rommel of the rap group Salbakuta. The series ran from March to October, enjoying a 2 month extension due to the warm acceptance of the viewing public.

    In 2006, she lead the cast of one of ABS-CBN's primetime soap opera, "Bituing Walang Ningning". In this series, she starred as an aspiring singer named Dorina Pineda. Although critically dubbed as a remake of a movie of the same title, the tv series diverted several parts of the storyline, while maintaining the main plot of the idol-fan relationship of the characters. The series was directed by Gilbert Perez, Jerome Pobocan and Eric Salud. Angelika Dela Cruz starred as Dorina's idol-turned-arch-nemesis Lavinia Arguelles, while Carlo Aquino starred as Dorina's childhood friend, Oman. The powercast includes ZsaZsa Padilla, Ai-ai delas Alas, Ryan Agoncillo, Chinggoy Alonzo, Amy Austria, Tonton Gutierrez, Benjie Felipe, Carla Humphries, Dominic Ochoa, John Pratts, Mica Torre, Tuesday Vargas, Mico Palanca and Brenda Fox, among others. Sarah also released a soundtrack of the series. The series ran from May to October, wrapping up with a full-blast, big production concert at the Araneta Coliseum as the finale. This is the first teleserye in Philippine history to achieve such feat, and fans stormed to the Coliseum to be part of the finale showdown event for real and for reel. The show was also featured on Your Song prior to its pilot episode, as a way to introduce the cast and characters.

    In 2007, Sarah took the lead role of a talented streetsmart yet loving young lady in the person of Emerald Gomez in ABS-CBN's primetime drama "Pangarap Na Bituin" opposite Jericho Rosales. Maja Salvador, Rica Peralejo and Nikki Gil also starred as Ruby and Sapphire (both the con and the real), the two other members of "The Jewel Sisters" who were separated from their mother and each other after an unfortunate calamity killed their loving father. The rest of the cast boasts of remarkable talents like Joel Torre, Christopher De Leon, Jaime Fabregas, Sandy Andolong, Boots Anson-Roa, Rio Locsin, Nanette Inventor, Cherry Pie Picache, Heart Evangelista, Nadia Montenegro, Arlene Muhlach, Bembol Roco, Maribeth Bichara, John Arcilla and Timmy Boy Sta.Maria. New talents in Pooh Garcia, Jay-r Siaboc, Cathy Gonzaga, Angel Sy, Ronald Jaimeer, Nikki Bagaporo and Phoebe Kay Arbotante were introduced in the series. Sarah also released an original soundtrack album for the series. The series was directed by Trina Dayrit and Eric Salud, and ran from September to December of 2007

    There were several shows aired by ABS-CBN where Sarah made guest appearances. Among others, "Ok, Fine, Whatever", "That's My Doc", "Wansapanataym", "John en Shirley", "Quizon Avenue", and "Yes Yes Show". Some of the more notable guestings that earned nods from critics include episodes of Your Song, Love Spell and Maalaala Mo Kaya, all aired over ABS-CBN.

    your song fneFor Your Song, Sarah starred in 3 different episodes to date. In an episode entitled "Forever's Not Enough", she played Mitch opposite Mark Bautista. She portrayed a young lady who is losing her memory due to a disease. The episode was aired on April 2, 2006. Since the TV series "Sarah, The Teen Princess" wrapped up in late 2004, this episode is the reunion performance of Sarah and Mark. Miss Carmi Martin also starred in a supporting role as Sarah's boy-crazy mother.

    your song cmlAnother Your Song episode, "Pers Lab", this time with Carlo Aquino, was aired on October 8, 2006. Sarah played the role of Marge Hernandez, a simple and charming young lady who developed a special relationship with an extremely famous heartthrob portrayed by Aquino. This episode was released on the heels of the very successful tandem of Sarah and Carlo in Bituing Walang Ningning.

    The latest Your Song episode where Sarah starred in was entitled "Carry My Love", aired on February 17, 2007. She played Sophia "Pia" Rodriguez, a mid-class theme park employee who fell in love with her rich employer played by Carlo Aquino.

    sweet sixtyOne of the first tests of Sarah's comedic timing was in a Love Spell month-long run of Sweet Sixty. She played the magically transformed younger-looking version of Donya Rosing, a senior lady played by Gina Pareño. She showed promise in delivering funny lines and she has shown greater ease with her acting. She shared the screen with her leading man, Oyo Boy Sotto, and a supporting cast of Gina Pareño, Jake Cuence and Roxanna Guinoo. The episodes ran every Sunday from April 29, 2007 to May 27, 2007.

    mmk kwintasFor Maalaala Mo Kaya, her first of the 2 episodes became the testing waters for her tandem with John Lloyd Cruz. Entitled "Kwintas", it aired on ABS-CBN on September 8, 2006. Sarah played the role of Rose, a grocery store promodizer who has trust issues with boys, especially with chickboys like Jason (played by Cruz).

    On her second Maalaala Mo Kaya guesting episode, Sarah was tested for her dramatic abilities. Starring with Cherry Pie Picache, Sarah is Rose Marie Calderon, the daughter of a struggling single-mom trying to fight out poverty. This episode was entitled "Doll House", and was aired on August 16, 2008.

    As a TV Host

    Besides acting , Sarah also showed promise in doing hosting jobs for reality talent shows. Being a product of a talent search herself, Sarah can easily relate to the contestants as they go through the gruelling process of performing and taking in criticisms.

    She co-hosted the Search For Star in a Million for its first season which aired from March to May 2005. Her co-hosts were fellow Champions Christian Bautista, Erik Santos, Mark Bautista, and Rachelle Ann Go.

    On September of the same year, Sarah had another hosting stint in Little Big Star. She led the nationwide broadcast of the show from Manila, while Sheryn Regis led the Visayas broadcast from Cebu, and Nikki Bacolod for the Mindanao broadcast from Davao. After two seasons, ABS-CBN pulled the plug after the finale on July 2006.

    The TV network then decided to create a spin-off show called Little Big SuperStar. In February 2007, Sarah became the main host of the new show, with Makisig Morales as her co-host. The Little Big SuperStar ran into its grand finale on May 2007.
  • edited November 2011


    Popstar: A Dream Come True
    Popstar: A Dream Come True is Sarah Geronimo's debut album after winning the talent search Star For a Night which was hosted by Regine Velasquez. The album was a collaboration of the most respected composers, namely, Vehnee Saturno, Ogie Alcasid, George Canseco, Wency Cornejo and Jun Murillo. It was 2003's best selling album in the Philippines.

    Release Date: September 06, 2003
    Album Sale Record: 7x Certified Platinum (210,000+ units sold)
    Track listing

    1. Just Believe
    2. If Only*
    3. Ibulong Sa Hangin
    4. Forever's Not Enough*
    5. It's All Coming Back To Me Now
    6. Sa Iyo*
    7. Narito
    8. I Will Do Anything For Love
    9. Twin Hearts ft. Devotion
    10. When I Met You
    11. Broken Vow ft. Mark Bautista*
    12. Nananaginip nang Gising
    13. We Are Tomorrow
    14. Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan*
    15. To Love You More*

    *Released Single

    Sweet Sixteen
    Sweet Sixteen is the follow up album to Sarah's phenomenal first, and it quickly achieved the Triple Platinum status.

    Release Date: November 16, 2004
    Album Sale Record: 3x Certified Platinum (90,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. How Could You Say You Love Me*
    2. Lumingon Ka Lang*
    3. I Want to Know What Love Is
    4. Minsan
    5. Champion
    6. Love of My Life
    7. And You Smiled at Me
    8. Hanggang Kailan
    9. Prinsesa Ng Puso Mo
    10. Before I Let You Go ft. 17:28
    11. Love Can't Lie
    12. You're Taking My Breath Away
    13. You Don't Know Me
    14. Sana
    15. Kay Gandang Umaga ft. Mark Bautista
    16. Light of Million Mornings
    17. Tunay Talaga (Charmee Endorsement Jingle)
    18. Bulletin Song

    *Released Single

    In 2005, Sarah sung the soundtrack of the movie CAN THIS BE LOVE, starring Hero Angeles and Sandara Park - abs-cbn's Star Circle Quest winners.

    Track listing

    1. Can This Be Love - Soundtrack version
    2. Can This Be Love - Acoustic version
    3. Can This Be Love - Minus-one
    4. Can This Be Love - Music video
    5. Lumingon Ka Lang - Music video
    6. How Could You Say You Love Me - Music video

    The soundtrack album features performances by cast members. Jointly produced by Viva Records and Star Records for the TV-series Bituing Walang Ningning aired from May 2006 to October 2006.

    Release Date: May 2006
    Album Sale Record: Certified Gold (15,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. Bituing Walang Ningning - Sarah Geronimo
    2. Sana'y Maghintay Ang Walang Hanggan - Zsa Zsa Padilla
    3. Nasaan Ka Man - Zsa Zsa Padilla & Sarah Geronimo
    4. Miss Na Miss Kita - Angelika dela Cruz
    5. Dito Ba - Sarah Geronimo & Angelika dela Cruz
    6. Hold On - Chris Cayzer
    7. Kanta Tayo - Ai-Ai delas Alas
    8. Bakit Ba Ganyan - Carlo Aquino
    9. Missing You - Jay Perillo
    10. Bituing Walang Ningning (Radio Edit)

    Album was repackaged on July 2006 and re-released with additional tracks:
    1. Felt So Right - Sarah Geronimo
    2. Million Miles Away - Sarah Geronimo

    Released in November 09, 2005
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track Listing:

    1. Hollaback Girl / Soldier - Sarah Geronimo Rap By Madkillah
    2 Can This Be Love
    3 I Want To Know What Love Is
    4 Love Can't Lie
    5 I Finally Found Someone duet With Mark Bautista
    6 Michael Jackson Medley (You Are Not Alone, Man In The
    Mirror, Dangerous, Billie Jean, Black Or White)
    7 The Gift / My Valentine duet With Piolo Pascual
    8 Inspirational Medley (Papa Can You Hear Me, Can't Take That
    Away, Light Of A Million Mornings) Jim Steinman
    9 Mariah / Whitney Medley (Didn't We Almost Have It All,
    Butterfly, Through The Rain, The Greatest Love Of All, When
    You Believe) duet With Regine Velasquez
    10 How Could You Say You Love Me
    11 To Love You More
    12 Forever's Not Enough

    Becoming is Sarah Geronimo's first international album. It reached the Platinum status in just 1 month after release.

    Release Date: July 20, 2006
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. I Still Believe in Loving You*
    2. Iingatan Ko (Ang Pag-ibig Mo)
    3. You Mean The World To Me
    4. Carry My Love*
    5. After Love
    6. Baby Blue
    7. Ala-ala Mo
    8. And I'm In Love Again
    9. Kaibigan
    10. Don't You Worry
    11. Magliliwanag Rin Muli
    12. Is This Love?
    13. Peace Is All We Know
    14. So Heartbroken

    *Released Single

    Hotsilog is the first album produced by abs-cbn variety show - ASAP, where Sarah is a mainstay. ASAP artists collaborated in this compilation album as a tribute to the band named Hotdog, one of Philippines' most popular bands in the 70's.

    Release Date: October 8, 2006
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000 units sold)

    Track Listing

    1. Manila - by Gary Valenciano
    2. Annie Batungbakal - by Toni Gonzaga ft. Marcus
    3. Pers Lab - by Sarah Geronimo
    4. Ms. Universe - by Piolo Pascual
    5. Panaginip - by Rachelle Ann Go
    6. Bitin Sa Iyo - by Erik Santos
    7. Bongga Ka Day - by Sheryn Regis
    8. Beh Buti Nga - by Mark Bautista ft. Anne Curtis
    9. Langit Na Naman - by Sam Milby
    10. Kasi Naman - by Nikki Gil
    11. Lumapit Ka - by Nina
    12. Ikaw Pa Rin - by Jed Madela
    13. Dying To Tell You - by Christian Bautista
    14. I Can't Forget You - by Zsa Zsa Padilla

    Taking Flight
    Sales reached Gold status in 4 months from the released date and eventually gained the Platinum status after 7 months. Taking Flight showcases songs by reknowned Filipino composers like Louie Ocampo, Trina Belamide, Chuckie Dreyfus, Rebel Magdagasang, and Medwin Marfil.

    Release Date: July 25, 2007
    Album Sale Record: 2x Certified Platinum (60,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. I'll Be Alright*
    2. Ikaw*
    3. I'm Sorry
    4. , Time To Let Go ft. Mark Bautista
    5. So
    6. Close To My Heart
    7. What If I
    8. Miss
    9. I'll Be Here
    10. Mr. Deadma
    11. Kahit Na
    12. Very Special Love (Repackaged Edition)*

    *Released Single

    The soundtrack album of Sarah Geronimo's TV-series, Pangarap Na Bituin, that ran from September 2007 to December of the same year.

    Release Date: November 2007

    Track listing

    for Philippine Release:
    1. Pangarap Na Bituin - Sarah Geronimo
    2. Pangarap Na Bituin - The Jewel Sisters
    3. Magsimula Ka - Jericho Rosales
    4. Tara Tena - Sarah Geronimo & Maja Salvador
    5. Same Ground - Sarah Geronimo
    6. Naalala Ka - Sarah Geronimo & Jericho Rosales
    7. Manila - Maja Salvador
    8. If You Could Read My Mind Love - Rica Peralejo
    9. Sundan Ang Bituin - Sarah Geronimo
    10. Kaibigan - Nikki Bagaporo

    for International Release:
    1. Pangarap Na Bituin - Sarah Geronimo
    2. Di Ka Mawawala Sa Puso Ko - Sarah Geronimo & Jericho Rosales
    3. Kung Ako Na Lang Sana - Sarah Geronimo
    4. Manila - Maja Salvador
    5. Sundan Ang Bituin - Sarah Geronimo
    6. Tanging Ikaw - Jericho Rosales
    7. Same Ground - Sarah Geronimo
    8. Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka - Sarah Geronimo
    9. Pangarap Na Mahal - Jay-R Siaboc & Maja Salvador
    10. Ako'y Sa'Yo, Ika'y Sa'kin - Sarah Geronimo
    11. If You Could Read My Mind Love - Rica Peralejo
    12. Pangarap Na Bituin - The Jewel Sisters

    Just Me is Sarah Geronimo's second internationally-released album. The album was re-released on February 12, 2009 with "You Changed My Life in a Moment" as a bonus track, which became her second single. "Touch", the theme from her Belo Essentials commercial, was the other bonus track on the album. In July 2009, she released "Dahil Minahal Mo Ako" as the third single. The ballad was well received by the listeners placing her on top of the charts again. The track "Remind Me to Forget You" is an English adaptation of a Spanish song "Recuerdame Olvidarte".

    Release Date: September 12, 2008
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. I'll Be There ft. Howie Dorough (BackStreet Boys)*
    2. You're The Love Of My Life
    3. Dahil Minahal Mo Ako*
    4. Where Only Angels Fly
    5. Silence
    6. One Little Kiss
    7. I Belong To You
    8. Just Me
    9. Look Inside Ourselves
    10. Kahit Mahal Mo Ay Iba
    11. Played
    12. Sweet Memories
    13. I Am Falling
    14. What Have You Done To My Heart
    15. Remind Me To Forget You
    16. Movie Love
    17. Touch (Belo Essentials) (re-release bonus track)

    *Released single

    OPM is a compilation album of Sarah's Tagalog (Filipino) songs including theme songs from movies and tv-series.

    Release Date: December 22, 2008
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. Ngayon, Bukas At Kailanman (Theme song from the Movie, "Baler")
    2. Ikaw Ang Aking Pangarap (Theme song from the TV-soap, "Lobo")
    3. Kailangan Kita
    4. Kung Ako Na Lang Sana
    5. Minsan
    6. Ikaw
    7. Sa Iyo
    8. Pers Lab
    9. Miss
    10. Lumingon Ka Lang
    11. Kahit Na
    12. Pangarap Na Bituin
    13. Ibulong Sa Hangin
    14. Hanggang Kailan
    15. Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka
    16. Bituing Walang Ningning
    17. Narito
    18. Paano Kita Mapapasalamatan

    The First Christmas album of Sarah Geronimo which was released in 2009 was a certified hit with Your Christmas Girl as the carrier single.

    Released December 2009
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. Your Christmas Girl
    2. Gift of Love
    3. Christmas Wish
    4. Sana Ngayong Pasko
    5. Little Christmas Three
    6. Give Love on Christmas Day
    7. White Christmas
    8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    9. You're All I Want for Christmas
    10. Christmas Through Your Eye
    11. Pasko Na Sinta Ko
    12. Perfect Christmas
    13. I'll Be Home For Christmas
    14. Miss Kita Kung Christmas
    15. Miss You Most At Christmas Time

    Music & Me was the first all english album of Sarah Geronimo. The album consists of revivals of both foreign and OPM classics. It features four of Geronimo's past singles namely—"Can This Be Love", "Very Special Love", "You Changed My Life in a Moment" and "Something New in My Life"—all of which were used as soundtracks for Star Cinema films, which became box-office hits. Geronimo personally selected the tracks featured in the album. Also included in the album is "Record Breaker", a song from Geronimo's Sunsilk endorsement.

    Released December 2009
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (30,000+ units sold)

    Track listing

    1. Right Here Waiting (Richard Marx)
    2. Lost In Your Eyes (Debbie Gibson)
    3. Can This Be Love
    4. Listen To Your Heart (Roxette)
    5. Have You Ever (Brandy)
    6. Please Be Careful with My Heart (duet with Christian Bautista)
    7. Fall For You (Shanice)
    8. Could Have Been (Tiffany)
    9. Before I Fall in Love (Coco Lee)
    10.You Changed My Life
    11.I'll Never Let You Go (Faith Evans)
    12.Something New in My Life
    13.A Very Special Love

    Record Breaker

    One Heart is the eight studio album by Filipino singer Sarah Geronimo, released in the Philippines on May 13, 2011 by VIVA Records. The album consists of original songs and revivals of OPM classics. It also includes the theme song, "Fallin'", from her movie with Gerald Anderson, Catch Me, I'm in Love. It was certified Platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI), selling 20,000 units in the country two months after its commercial release.

    Released May 2011
    Album Sale Record: Certified Platinum (20,000+ units sold) July 2011


    Carrier Single SINO NGA BA SYA
    Latest Single KUNG SYA ANG MAHAL

    Track listing:

    1. Sino Nga Ba S'ya
    2. Kung Siya Ang Mahal
    3. Sa Isip Ko
    4. If You Could Read My Mind
    5. I Miss You
    6. Nag-Iisang Ikaw
    7. One Heart
    8. Bata (duet with Kean Cipriano)
    9. More Than Youd Believe
    10. Bakit Pa Ba
    11. Fallin' (Full House OST)
    12. Handang Umibig Muli
    13. Within
    14. Ikaw (duet with Martin Nievera)
    15. Bonus Track: Fallin (CMIIL OST)

    MORE THAN 3M Views in Youtube

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    Sarah's very successful, sold-out second major concert... and her first major concert at The Big Dome! Despite some technical difficulties at the venue (the air conditioning units didn't work!), people stayed to see her perform up to her last number and the encore. Also, during the preparation for the concert, Sarah had the artistic freedom to choose the songs she will perform on the concert itself. The creative and stage director is GB Sampedro, and the musical director is Marc Lopez.

    Date: September 30, 2005
    Venue: The Araneta Coliseum (Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines)


    * Ms. Regine Velasquez
    * Piolo Pascual
    * Mark Bautista
    * Jon-Salbakuta
    * DJ Coki
    * Japoy Lizardo
    * Nikki Bacolod
    * Jonalyn Lumbera

    Produced by: Viva Concerts and Events (A Division of Viva Artists Agency, Inc.)

    *Concert Video Released on DVD:

    DISC 1
    Hollaback Girl
    Can This Be Love
    I Want To KNOw What Love Is
    Contest Piece Medley
    I Need You
    I Finally Found Someone
    Michael Jackson Medley
    Thalia Medley
    Sa Iyo / Lumingon Ka Lang
    Without You / Sana'y Malaman Mo
    The Gift / My Valentine

    DISC 2
    Say That You Love Me
    Mariah/Whitney Medley
    Ang Bango ng Pasko
    How Could you Say you Love Me
    To Love You More
    Forever's Not Enough

    Behind The Scenes
    Concert Memoirs
    On Tour
    Photo Gallery


    This is the Pop Princess' third major concert and the second soldout one held at The Big Dome. Directed by GB Sampedro in the creative and stage department, and directed by Marc Lopez in the musical department. This was her pre-birthday concert where she displayed her versatility, her vibrance and evocative new style in performing. Sarah surprised the jampacked crowd of Araneta with her dance moves and not-a-girl-not-yet-a-woman outfits. And that is beside the fact that she belted out several challenging songs that left the audience wanting to hear more of her powerful voice.
    Date: July 14, 2007
    Venue: The Araneta Coliseum (Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines)


    * Gary Valenciano
    * Ai-ai Delas Alas
    * Jericho Rosales
    * Mark Bautista
    * John Pratts
    * Sam Milby

    Produced by: Viva Concerts and Events (A Division of Viva Artists Agency, Inc.)

    *Concert Video Released on DVD

    To Follow


    Sarah's fourth major solo concert, and her third soldout one held at the Araneta Coliseum. None other than the Maestro, Mr. Louie Ocampo, led the band, and ABS-CBN's Mr.M, Johnny Manahan, was the creative, stage and tv director of the concert. And because it was an outstanding success, they brought the concert to the US, with 13 city legs all across America. Once again, Sarah Geronimo captured the audience with her versatility and vocal prowess. Due to the demand of the adoring fans, The Next One concert is also having a Philippine Tour.
    Date: November 8, 2008
    Venue: The Araneta Coliseum (Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines)


    * Billy Crawford
    * Jed Madela
    * Rayver Cruz
    * Maja Salvador
    * Shaina Magdayao
    * John Lloyd Cruz
    * UP Concert Chorus Choir

    Produced by: Viva Concerts and Events (A Division of Viva Artists Agency, Inc.)

    *Concert Video Released on DVD

    DISC 1
    Forever's Not Enough
    How Could You Say You Love Me
    When I Grow Up
    That's Not My Name
    Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin
    Ikaw Ang Pangarap
    Please Don't Stop The Music / Wanna Be Starting Something
    Bright Lights
    Ngayon, Bukas at Kailanman
    Where Only Angels Fly
    I'll Be There
    A Very Special Love
    I Believe I Can Fly
    Sa Iyo

    Special Features
    Photo Gallery


    Pop Princess Sarah Geronimo successfully staged her major concert for 2009—billed Record Breaker.

    DATE: November 7, 2009
    VENUE: Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City.

    Produced by: Viva Concerts and Events (A Division of Viva Artists Agency, Inc.)


    Christian Bautista
    Charlie Green
    POP Girls
    Jay Cayuca

    Billy Crawford
    Vhong Navarro
    Luis Manzano

    with the G-Force

    Musical Direction: Louie Ocampo
    Concert Direction: Rico Guttierez

    Media Partner: ASAP '09
    *Concert Video Released on DVD

    To Follow

    WHAT LOVE IS...2011

    Sarah Geronimo & Martin Nievera Valentine Concert
    February 2011

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    Pop Princess Sarah Geronimo and Martin Nievera successfully staged their major concert for 2011—billed WHATLOVEIS.

    DATE: February 12, 2011
    VENUE: Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City.

    Produced by: Viva Concerts and Events (A Division of Viva Artists Agency, Inc.)



    with the G-Force

    Musical Direction: Louie Ocampo
    Concert Direction: Rowel Santiago with the cooperation of GB SanPedro

    Media Partner: ASAP ROCKS
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    Sarah Geronimo is on her way to becoming independent
    Announcement - Posted by admin


    Ever since Sarah Geronimo entered the entertainment industry, she always had her whole family to support her. She is known for being a family-oriented person and an obedient daughter. Indeed, Sarah is a picture of a perfect daughter.


    Nevertheless, Sarah has reached the top spot in the showbiz world by listening to her parents’ advices. Most parents would agree that Sarah is a role model for the youth. And at 23 years old, the Popstar Princess admits that she still has a lot to learn in life.


    One of the things she hopes to acquire is independence. But for Sarah, being independent doesn’t mean moving out from her parents’ arms. She just wants to become more mature in the different aspects of her life.


    “Gustung-gusto. Napag-usapan po namin ng parents namin ‘yan. Gradually, it’s also one of my prayers na unti-unti. Hindi naman ‘yan maipilit, ‘di ba? Siguro unti-unti lang po para naman, 23, magle-level up ‘yung knowledge natin, ‘di ba, sa buhay, sa mundo.”


    Broadening her knowledge in life includes handling her own finances and learning how to cook. “Hindi ko pa kayang mag-solo at manirahan na mag-isa sa isang condo. Siguro mga simpleng bagay lang na dapat alam ko ng gawin tulad ng mag luto. Para mag-grow din ako, gusto kong matutong humawak ng pera.”


    Hence, last October 25, Sarah went to Cebuana Lhullier’s 24K launch as her simple step to manage her finances. There, she attended with Viva Entertainment’s Boss Vic Del Rosario of Viva, who stands as her father in the entertainment industry.

    What financial tips can you advise to Sarah?



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    An Open Letter To Ms. Sarah Geronimo
    Posted on July 19, 2010 by annaugust


    Dear Ms Geronimo,

    I sometimes wonder why I am such a fan of yours. I have never been an admirer of any celebrity, local or foreign, until you came. What is it about you that draws people from all ages and walks of life? I hear stories of mothers, daughters, grandmothers, even sons, fathers and grandfathers admiring you. From the banana cue vendor down the street to the Makati executive in her plush office, each of them have their own reasons and each of them have their own tales to tell.

    Some may say that your beauty is not as stunning as your other peers in the business. For me, yours is the kind of beauty that the longer one looks, the more beautiful you become. Your face has this contrasting aura of openness and mystery. But what is more appealing is that you seem to be unaware of how beautiful you are. You don’t carry it in your head like the others do. And yet for all of these attributes, your beauty goes beyond the physical. You are truly the embodiment of the saying “beautiful inside and out”. Quite a number of people would describe your face as angelic. And I would have to agree. You have the heart of an angel and it reflects on your face, with the way you smile and with the way your eyes light up.

    Others may also say that there are better singers compared to you. Yet you outshine them all. You sing with so much heart that not even the best sopranos in this world could make me choose them over you. Offstage, you are very self-effacing and even very shy given your superstar status. But when you go onstage, wow, the transformation is almost magical. As one TV host aptly put it “Parang sinasaniban si Sarah kapag nagpeperform”. You are such a joy to watch when you perform. You always have something new to offer every time. Fans and colleagues alike await your performances with eagerness and excitement. You once mentioned that you feel at home when you are on stage. And it shows with the kind of performances you give. When you perform, I hang on to every move you make lest I miss something spectacular that you did. I hardly bat an eyelash when you’re up, whether it be at a concert or on television.

    Oh and did I mention the sound of your laughter? It is one of the most beautiful sounds one can hear. Amazing how it could lift me up when I feel down. How do I describe it? It is the kind that seems to spring from somewhere deep within you, somewhere full of love and kindness that it cannot help itself but well up. There is such a genuineness to your laughter, even a rawness to it that seemed untouched by the harshness of life.

    Two years and two decades in this world. At twenty-two, you’ve accomplished so many things that most people in their lifetime could only dream of. Not a lot of twenty-two year olds could say that they have had multi-platinum albums, box office successes, sold-out concerts. . . . . and in just six years in the business! We can only imagine the things you will still accomplish ahead. Success can change people in so many ways. Yet for all the success you have achieved, you have remained essentially the same. You viewpoints on some things may have changed; your outlook and horizons may have widened; your heart may have gone through pain and hurt; you’ve been to many places, met different kinds of people, from the true ones to the false; you’ve accomplished so much in your career, from films, albums, concerts to endorsements, and yet if we dig down to your very core, you are still the same Sarah who sang “To Love You More” in a singing contest and captured our hearts. The things that matter most – your love for your family, your humility and good heart are still intact. You were able to preserve these values in a profession where one can easily lose them.

    You always say thank you to your fans. You never fail to show your gratitude to us every time you have the opportunity. Now is my time to say Thank You Sarah. Thank you for sharing your talents and thank you for giving joy to your countless followers. One day I could proudly tell my grandchildren that there was a time when someone with a name of Sarah Geronimo touched the lives of so many people. Not only with her loveliness and talent, but more so with the beauty of her heart.

    Happy 22nd birthday Asher.


    Happy Birthday Asher!
    Posted on July 25, 2010 by mortalfan



    Words are not enough to describe how thankful we are for having you in our lives.
    You made our days more meaningful and full of joy and inspiration.
    Thanks to your parents, Daddy Delfin and Mommy Divine for bringing
    you out in this world and to you for sharing your journey with us. You were born to be loved Sarah, you were born to become the Blessed Princess as what your name means, and you were born to touch people lives and make them realize how beautiful the world is by sharing you music, passion and values.

    You are the only performer I have learned to love and adore for so many years. There is something in you that i can relate, something until now I couldn’t explain and something in your heart I feel pure and sincere. Your aura is so good and light that brightens up our day. Thanks also to technology for having Youtube and sarahgeronimo.com for the videos, because I always start my day by watching your videos to create a positive vibes in me. You may not even know that most of us starts our day by watching your videos, checking your twitter account for your updates and greetings that will make our day
    and exploring your sites to check for new pictures, videos and stories about you.

    Our Sundays are not even complete without watching your amazing & jaw-dropping performances in ASAP XV. You continue to mesmerize each and everyone of us everytime you are on stage, taking the spot and showing the other side of yourself. We love the passion, emotion and sometimes the “bungisngis” in the middle of your production number. At the end of the day, you simply go back into a simple you, the gal we love 7 years ago and will continue loving till the curtains are down.

    You may not be the best singer in the world, nor the greatest performer of all time, but you are the kindest, genuine and talented perfomer in the Popsters’ hearts and everybody who truly loves you.

    Happy Birthday Sarah! May the Lord God always fill your heart with purity, humility, sincerity, joy, faith and love for your parents, siblings, friends, supporters and GOD.

    God bless you Sarah. Thank you for the music.

    We love you so much!

    -Popster Mortal-

    Popsters International Prayer for Sarah G
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    galing sa pex...







    thanks sa mga may-ari...
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    ayeeee...dalawa na tayo dito sa thread...nakakapagod magmonologue...lol!
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    Hello. Todo Vote na daw sa Text ang ibang Fans Club kasi mas malaki ang Percentage nito. Kaya concentrate din tayo sa Text. Sana hindi mangyari ang nangyari sa Myx.

    dont under estimate mga kalaban ni @sgeronimo25 sa PVCA. the lesser category nominated, the bigger chance manalo dahil mas focus sa budget

    flower.gif mga ka-POPs!!! VOTE VOTE VOTE!!! flower.gif

    [font=verdana, geneva, lucida,]ASAP Pop Viewers Choice 2011[/font]




    POP 1 - Pop Female Artist

    POP 12 - Pop Song (Sino Nga Ba Siya)

    POP 14 - Pop Album (One Heart)

    POP 18 - Pop Music Video (Sino Nga Ba Siya)

    POP 28 - Pop Movie (Catch Me, I'm In Love)

    POP 32 - Pop Movie Theme Song (Fallin')

    POP 35 - Pop Screen Kiss (Catch Me, I'm In Love)

    POP 38 - Pop Love Team (AshRald)

    POP 55 - Pop Cover Girl

    POP 70 - Pop Fan Club (Popsters)

    POP 88 - Pop Twitter (@SGeronimo25)

    send to 2331 for Globe, TM, Sun Subscribers
    send to 231 for Smart and Talk n' Text Subscribers

    To vote ONLINE just log on to http://asap.abs-cbn.com/poll.html

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    [font=verdana, geneva, lucida,]PLEASE VOTE FOR SARAH GERONIMO[/font]

    Best Cover of Super Bass- Julie Anne San Jose or Sarah Geronimo?



    100 Most Beautiful Women in the Philippines by Starmometer FINALS!

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    more polls...to come!
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    Woohooo!!! Good news guys!! WE ARE NOW ALLOWED TO SELL SARAH GERONIMO GLOBE SIM CARDS on November 6,2011 4pm at Trinoma Park 4th level! SG CARD MEMBERS you can claim your cards at the venue smile.gif See you there!! (FYI: ONLY SG CARD MEMBERS HAVE THE PRIVILEGE TO HAVE A CELLPHONE CHAIN) PLEASE RETWEET/SHARE! THANKS GUYS!

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    pang may sg privilege card lang ba ang sim na iyan? pumayag ang globe ng ganun? paano ako? wala akong sg card, so hindi ako makakabili ng sim? toinks!
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    kapapadala ko lang ate ng load pangtxt votes, mag ulit ako mamaya kay markhy, ask ko lang un bang sa starmo kailangan ba muna i like un page para ma count ang boto mo?
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    hello po 10.jpg alt=':10sgHi:' ] roserickz po sa pex biggrin.png alt=':D' ]

    hi ricks wave).gif alt=':wave:' ] parang pex lang dito....pede na tayong magusap usap ng kahit walang kwentang bagay....lol! anything under the sun, basta lahat ng popsters welcome sleazy.gif
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    jhonie wrote:
    pang may sg privilege card lang ba ang sim na iyan? pumayag ang globe ng ganun? paano ako? wala akong sg card, so hindi ako makakabili ng sim? toinks!

    pareho tayo, ate joni.
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