LOOK: Judy Ann Santos treated like a queen in surprise 40th-birthday party | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Judy Ann Santos treated like a queen in surprise 40th-birthday party

05:01 PM May 11, 2018

Image: Facebook/Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo

Judy Ann Santos became queen of the night as friends and loved ones gathered to celebrate her birthday.

Santos reached another milestone in her life as she reached 40 yesterday. Based on these Instagram posts by @officialjudayph, it looked like the actress had so much fun.


Santos shrieked when she entered the room to see the people who love her in one room for her party.



“Thank you, wala na ako pwede pang masabi (I don’t have anything else to say),” Santos told guests present at her party. “Lagi kong sinasabi, a few friends? Heto na po lahat yun. Konti lang, pihikan ako sa friends eh (I always say, a few friends? Here are all of them. I have a few, I pick my friends).” She even joked by explaining a la Miss Universe: “Because I believe as a Filipino citizen to have the right kind of friends, at kayo ‘yon (and they’re you).”


The birthday girl shared a kiss with her husband, Ryan Agoncillo.


Her kuya Jeffrey affectionately told her sister, “I love you” and gave her a kiss on the forehead.



Ely Buendia brought more life to the party as he sang the Eraserheads hit “Magasin.”


She, “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes” co-star Angelica Panganiban and Sarah Geronimo gave it their best shot as they sang Aegis’ “Luha.”


And to top it all off, Santos was greeted with a cake that made her visibly happy.


Happy 40th birthday, Juday!  /ra


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