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Here’s What You Missed on Sarah Geronimo’s “This 15 Me” Concert

Sarah Geronimo’s 15th anniversary concert was a huge success!

 

The Popstar Royalty’s supporters filled the Big Dome to celebrate this special night with her.

As expected, all of Sarah’s performances amazed us. This woman’s talents are superb, the reason why many people love her.

For those who weren’t able to go to This 15 Me, here’s what you missed:

 

Sarah opened her concert with “Dulo”, a song she released on 2014 in the album Perfectly Imperfect.

 

She performed her rendition of the songs “All The Stars”, “Pray For Me”, “Wolves”, and “Scared To Be Lonely”.

She then continued to slay the night as she danced to her pop tune, “Tala”.

Through an entertaining skit, she narrated her 15-year journey in the industry. Because of this, she had to sing her winning pieces: “Greatest Performance”, “This Is My Life”, and “To Love You More”.

Singer Mark Bautista joined her on stage to perform “Broken Vow”.

The throwback suite made Sarah sing her hit songs in the early 2000s, “How Could You Say You Love Me”, “Sa Iyo”, “Record Breaker”, and “Forever’s Not Enough”.

Her MISS GRANNY co-star, Xian Lim performed Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do” with her.

The Multimedia Prince also joined her on stage.

 

They unleashed their inner Bruno Mars through the song “Chunky”.

After that she sang the songs “Misteryo”, her newest single “Duyan”, “That’s The Way”, and “A Woman’s Worth”.

She danced to some groovy tunes before performing with another total performer, Billy Crawford.

They performed the songs “Bassline” and “Questions”.

Some of the G-Force dancers and Teacher Georcelle’s children basked on the spotlight, too.

Sarah also sang the songs “Skinny Love”, Ed Sheeran’s “Dive”, “The Great Unknown”, and the song “Ganito” from her newest album.

Fans went crazy when Daniel Padilla joined Sarah on stage for their duet of “Quando Quando” and “The Way You Look Tonight”.

 

 

Sarah showed us how fierece of a woman she can be through the songs “Natural Woman”, “Spell On You”, and “I Have Nothing”.

She also inspired us through her performance of “Dare You To Move” and “Sandata”.

Some of the audience members were emotional when she performed her final songs “Leaving on a Jetplane”, her powerful rendition of “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing”, “Ikot Ikot”, and “Kilometro”.

She was given a standing ovation by the audience for her outstanding concert.

 

Which part of This 15 Me is your favorite? Share it with us in the comments section below!

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