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WATCH: Sharon Cuneta dances with Kiko Pangilinan as ‘break sa mga kalungkutan’

/ 11:10 AM December 31, 2019

Image: Instagram/@kiko.pangilinan

It seems that megastar Sharon Cuneta is about to end the decade a little merrier, as the singer-actress spent some of her free time just dancing around with her husband, Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan.

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The megastar gave fans a short clip of the dance even though she was admittedly slightly embarrassed, she said on Instagram yesterday, Dec. 30.

“Eto para sa inyong lahat kahit medyo may hiya factor,” she said. “Pampasaya ng konti nang may break sa mga kalungkutan!”

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(This is for all of you, even though it is slightly embarrassing. Just some little fun to escape loneliness!)

Inside what appears to be their home, the couple can be seen happily swing-dancing, with Cuneta even giggling as they went on. The two then ended the dance with a warm hug.

“Okay lang magtawa kayo. Ako rin naman eh (It is okay for you guys to laugh. Even I laughed)! Hahaha! Love you guys,” the actress said.

President Duterte late last month claimed that Cuneta and Pangilinan had a marital feud, and that Cuneta wanted to kick the opposition senator out of their house.

The couple, however, refuted his claim, with their daughter Frankie lambasting Duterte for “‘ruining’ a perfectly happy family instead of being a good leader.”

Cuneta and Pangilinan have been married for 23 years, since April 28, 1996.  /ra

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