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Sarah Geronimo set to release comeback single soon

/ 12:22 PM July 22, 2022
Sarah Geronimo

Sarah Geronimo (Image: Instagram/@vivaartistsagency)

Sarah Geronimo is preparing for her return to the limelight as her comeback single was teased by her management, Viva Artists Agency.

The comeback of the pop star, who has been keeping a low profile over the past few years, was revealed by Viva on its Instagram page yesterday, July 21.

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“SURPRISE! The Popstar royalty [Sarah Geronimo] is here at the Viva [headquarters]. Watch out for her upcoming comeback single! Malapit na malapit na (Coming very, very soon),” the agency stated.

This comes days after “ASAP Natin ‘To” announced that Geronimo will be coming back to the weekend variety show, though the exact date of the singer’s return is yet to be revealed as of this writing.

Geronimo last appeared on “ASAP Natin ‘To” in 2020, followed by recorded or virtual performances in early 2021.

While she has not been active when it comes to showbiz commitments lately, Geronimo has been keeping herself busy with the construction of “G Studios,” which appears to be a production studio she will share with her husband, Matteo Guidicelli.

The couple recently visited Sicily, Italy, for the first time. They also met with Italian Ambassador to the Philippines Marco Clemente last month to discuss Filipino-Italian relations.  /ra

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