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Sarah Geronimo ready for 'The Great Unknown Unplugged'

Sarah Geronimo is a hundred percent ready and energized for her special show on Nov. 29, 8 p.m. at the Kia Theatre.

In The Great Unknown Unplugged, Sarah will again display her flair in singing. “Yes, 100% back na. ‘Yung mindset ko is talagang energized, mas motivated to work even harder,” enthused Sarah in an interview after her two-month break. “I’d like to focus more sa music ko at i-promote ‘yung mga nakaraang album ko. Hindi ko kasi talaga na-promote nang maayos. We are planning na talagang mailabas ‘yung magagandang tracks dito sa latest album ko. Pitching pa lang ng new movie. Concert planning stage pa lang din po, TV shows, wala pa po,” she adds.

Pop star Sarah G is back on the concert circuit
Sarah has just won Female Concert Performer of the Year at the recently concluded Star Awards for M-TV for her two-night all-original song concert From The Top held at Smart Araneta in December last year. She was also one of the nominees at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards - Best Southeast Asia Act category alongside Vietnam’s Dong Nhi, Singapore’s Gentle Bones, Indonesia’s Raisa Andriana, Thailand’s Thaitanium, and Yuna’s Malaysia. And while she’s planning for her major concert, her music is her main concentration.

Tickets for The Great Unknown Unplugged are P2,500 (orchestra), P1,750 (loge), P1,000 (balcony) – exclusive of ticket charges. Available at TicketNet outlets.

For inquiries, please call 911-555 or VIVA Live 687-7236.

The Popstar Royalty invites all her fans, and supporters to watch her show on Nov. 29 at the Kia Theatre, “Sana po makanood kayo. Magkita-kita po tayo.”

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GMA Network hosted a welcome celebration for eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao upon his arrival in Manila on Nov. 8.

The Network’s officers along with distinguished guests were present at the breakfast organized by his home network to congratulate him for his victory over Jessie Vargas

Solar Entertainment Chairman William Tieng and Solar Entertainment President and CEO Wilson Tieng  also congratulated the Senator.

Resurgence: Pacquiao versus Vargas was telecast on Philippine free TV last Sunday on GMA Network and on Solar Sports on cable.

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This Saturday in Wagas, Paolo Contis and LJ Reyes bring to life a timely story on how drugs can make or break a relationship.

Aying (Paolo) is a self-confessed drug addict and trouble-maker. He meets Nancy (LJ), a beautiful vendor in a wet market. Smitten by her, Aying decides to hide and get away from his dark world.

LJ Reyes and Paolo Contis in this Saturday's episode of "Wagas"
The two eventually get married but their marriage is rocked by one disaster to another. Aying goes back to his addiction. It does not take long before Nancy finds out about everything. She realizes she does not really know her husband that well.

But is it a lost cause? Or will the true love that Aying and Nancy have for each other be able to save their relationship? Will love be able to transform one person and be able to teach forgiveness?

Watch real couple Paolo and LJ this Saturday in Wagas, 7 p.m. on GMA News TV.

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More viewers nationwide tuned in to the much-awaited proposal of Phil (Daniel Matsunaga) to Pinang (Erich Gonzales) last Friday, making the ABS-CBN primetime series Be My Lady score high in national TV ratings.

According to data from Kantar Media, the episode recorded 17.6 percent nationwide, a 7.2-lead versus rival program Trops, which only got 10.4 percent.

Daniel Matsunaga
Netizens also shared kilig and excitement online as the show’s official hashtag #BMLTheProposal also topped the list of the trending topics on Twitter.

As the story continues, the two faces a new challenge in their journey to forever and that is to get the approval of Phil’s mother Chelsea (Priscilla Mereilles). Will Chelsea accept Pinang as her soon-to-be daughter-in-law?

Be My Lady airs weekdays at 11:30 a.m. before It’s Showtime in ABS-CBN’s PrimeTanghali. For updates, follow @bemyladyabscbn on Twitter and Instagram or like www.facebook.com/bemyladyabscbn on Facebook.

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Catch the highly anticipated second run of Karylle’s successful concert series titled A Different Playground at Teatrino in Promenade, Greenhills, 8 p.m. tonight.

As inspired by the same title of her current full-length studio album under Polyeast Records, A Different Playground is a musical spectacle that showcases Karylle as one of today’s most talented and accomplished singers and songwriters in the industry.

Karylle treats her fans to another night of music in the second
run of “A Different Playground” concert series
Fans and music aficionados alike can look forward to an evening of amazing music as Karylle dishes out live chart-topping and iconic OPM songs as well as a sampling of homegrown favorites, party anthems, and standard favorites as well as her multi-platinum hits including her latest single “Balik Tanaw” from her newest CD.

Joining Karylle as her very special guests are R&B King JayR, Tatay Antonio of It’s Showtime’s much talked about and top-rating segment “Tawag Ng Tanghalan,” Robin Nievera, and Sponge Cola’s acclaimed front-man, Yael Yuzon.

A Different Playground is supported by Gerry’s Grill, Polyeast Records, Belo Medical Group, Sta. Elena Construction and Development Group, and AD Venue.

For tickets contact Teatrino at 721-2949 and/or 722-4501 local 116. For more information follow Karylle on Twitter and Instagram at @anakarylle.

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Viewers and loyal fans were the true winners in It’s Showtime’s monthlong seventh anniversary celebration, aptly titled “haPITOgether,” as it served up non-stop surprises and performances that showed what the program is all about.

Serving as the highlight of the October festivities, this year’s “Magpasikat Week” performances were even more ambitious and spectacular as the hosts faced pressure and tougher competition.

For their daring and death-defying performance, the team of Anne Curtis, Amy Perez, and Joey Marquez was declared this year’s “Magpasikat” champion. Aside from Tsang Amy at Tsong Joey’s aerial stunts, what even amazed the crowd was the performance of Anne, and GirlTrends Dawn and Krissha, who rappelled and performed on the side of a building. The group, who was also composed of GirlTrends Miho and Maika and Hashtags Paulo and Ryle, won P300,000, which they donated to their chosen charity.

Team Anne Joey Amy --- Magpasikat Week 2016 champion
Twin sisters Joj and Jai Agpangan also stunned viewers with their breathtaking aerial stunts performance in the finals of “Clash of Celebrities.” They won P100,000 and beat other finalists, namely actor-rapper Young JV, beauty queen Bea Rose Santiago, The Voice Kids contestant Kyle Echarri, and former PBB housemate Shey Bustamante.

Even the past champions returned via the “Clash of Champions” to impress the madlang people once again. The competition declared 2015 Halo-Haloween grand champion Names Going Wild, which won P100,000.

Kicking off the “haPITOgether” celebration last month was the Quarter 3 semi-finals of “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” which saw Noven Belleza and Eumee Capile bagging the spots in the singing competition’s grand finals.

Aside from these surprises, It’s Showtime ultimately made the madlang people happy by giving away prizes every day, such as appliances and a trip to Hong Kong.

Meanwhile, continue to tune in to the vocal battles in “Tawag ng Tanghalan” as it scours for the best singers in the country. In the Quarter 4 of the competition, Mindanao’s Jeramie Sanico and Metro Manila’s Hazelyn Cascano already made it as semi-finalists.

Don’t miss It’s Showtime at noon from Monday to Saturday. To get updates, follow the program on Twitter (@ItsShowtimena) or like Facebook.com/ItsShowtimeNa

Topics: Sarah Geronimo , Manny Pacquiao , William Tieng , Wilson Tieng , Paolo Contis , LJ Reyes , Wagas , Be My Lady , Daniel Matsunaga , Erich Gonzales , Karylle , Anne Curtis , Amy Perez , Joey Marquez , It's Showtime , Magpasikat Week
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