Ylona Garcia treats guests to concert in grand 1950s-themed debut
Ylona Garcia went all-out for her 1950s-themed debut, even putting on a show for her guests last Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Palazzo Verde in Las Piñas. She turned 18 last Feb. 28.
The Fil-Australian singer wore show-stopping outfits for her performances: a white bustier was paired with a princess skirt and a short feather skirt for two different looks, while a silver sequined mini-dress gave her a more modern look.
The venue was decked in red curtains, roses and show lights, giving it a feel of a 1950s theater.
Garcia sang a mix of hits from different decades such as “Stupid Cupid” by Connie Francis, Frank Sinatra’s “I Won’t Dance” and “Bring It on Home to Me” by Sam Cooke.
The “Pinoy Big Brother” alum went through music from more recent decades too, singing Stevie Wonder’s “Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours”.
Of course, she also performed her own songs, such as “Dahan Dahan Dahan Lang” and “Lie So Well”.
The debut was hosted by Robi Domingo and guests included Hayden Kho, Alex Diaz, Kira Balinger, Jimboy Martin and Dionne Monsanto. JB
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