Sarah Geronimo looks back at fruitful 2009
Sarah Geronimo has a lot to thank for as the Year of the Ox draws to a close.
After the phenomenal box-office success of A Very Special Love in 2008, the singer-actress proved her pulling power by chalking up another record grosser with the sequel, You Changed My Life early this year.
Record Breaker, her concert at the Araneta Coliseum last month, lived up to its name as it topped her three previous shows at the Big Dome, certifying her reign as the new concert queen.
Sarah is indefatigable as a performer. She was on road for most of the year, performing before Pinoy audiences in the U.S. and Europe with The Next One Tour.
Upon returning home, Sarah hardly had time to unpack her bags before pushing off again for The Next One Philippine Tour.
In the recording scene, she also blazed new trails with chart-topping albums. Her Sarah Geronimo’s Your Christmas Girl, released just last month, is now No. 1 among local Christmas albums.
She, too, is on the A-list of the most sought-after commercial endorsers. TV ads and billboards show her promoting food products, cosmetics and computer schools.
“This year has been a fulfilling one. I have a lot to thank God for,” Sarah says.
“At this point, I couldn’t ask for more. In fact, it makes me even more determined to improve myself because I don’t want to let my fans down. I owe them a lot.”
Now that election season is approaching, many are wondering if Sarah will be endorsing any candidate. Three presidential bets are said to be after her, but it all depends on Viva big boss Vic del Rosario, her manager.
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