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Ariana Grande gushes over ‘kakampinks’ singing ‘Break Free’ in Pasig Leni-Kiko rally

/ 10:35 AM March 21, 2022
Ariana Grande

Image: Instagram/@arianagrande

Ariana Grande was amazed by the Filipino crowd singing her hit song “Break Free” at the campaign rally of presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo and her running mate Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan in Pasig yesterday, March 20.

The American pop star showed an aerial shot of Emerald Avenue filled with a crowd in pink and singing in unison, as seen on Grande’s Instagram Stories, also yesterday.

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“I could not believe this was real,” she said. “I love you more than words.”

Ariana Grande

Image: Instagram/@arianagrande

Ariana Grande

Image: Instagram/@arianagrande

After Grande’s appreciation post, “Break Free” landed the trending Twitter topics with over 34,000 tweets, as of writing.

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Ariana Grande

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According to the Pasig City Police, the campaign rally was attended by an estimated 137,000 supporters, making it the largest crowd gathered by the tandem so far. JB

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