WATCH: Sarah Geronimo surprises fans with ‘It’s Showtime’ appearance
Sarah Geronimo delighted Popsters anew after she made a surprise TV guesting and performed her comeback song “Dati-Dati” in the noontime variety show “It’s Showtime.”
The singer-actress stunned in her sheer black long-sleeve top paired with black baggy pants, which sent not only the madlang people but the show hosts in awe. Geronimo’s appearance was aired on Friday, Dec. 23.
“Salamat nang marami sa ‘Showtime’ sa pag-welcome pong muli,” she said. “Madlang people, nakaka-miss kayo.” (Thank you so much “It’s Showtime” for welcoming me again. Madlang people, I really missed you!)
Geronimo also taught her song’s choreography to “It’s Showtime” hosts including Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis, Jhong Hilario and Ogie Alcasid who all gladly danced with the singer. Geronimo, who quipped if the crowd still knows her even after her two-year hiatus from showbiz, then teased her upcoming projects in 2023.
“Sobra po akong excited for the coming year kasi marami-rami ang surprises ko para sa inyo Popsters,” she told her fans. “2023 will be a great year for all of us, i-claim po natin ‘yan.”
(I am so excited for the coming year because I have a lot of surprises for you, Popsters. 2023 will be a great year for all of us, let’s claim it.)
“Sobra [akong] naninibago but ang sarap (This still feels new to me but it feels good). It’s the best feeling to be able to perform in front of a live audience,” she stated.
Geronimo made her musical comeback with “Dati-Dati” in October, then returned to the stage of weekend variety show “ASAP Natin ‘To” earlier this month. EDV
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