Sarah Geronimo: Popstar: Live at the Music Museum Trailer

Sarah Geronimo: Popstar: Live at the Music Museum Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

"Star for a Night" hostess Regine Velasquez and runner-up Mark Bautista join Sarah Geronimo -- the TV competition's teenage winner -- for her first major concert, filmed live at the Philippines's Music Museum in October 2003. Guest artists include Musica Cristobal, performing with Sarah on "Everyday," and Devotion, who join her for "Twin Hearts." A rousing medley of beloved standards shows off Sarah's extensive range.

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