Sarah Geronimo 'Let It Go' Performance: Sarah Geronimo impresses Rayver, Maja & Cristine

Sarah Geronimo 'Let It Go' performance on ASAP 19 earlier: Did you guys love it?

PopStar Royalty Sarah Geronimo finally sang the Oscars 2014 Best Song winner 'Let It Go' on ASAP 19 today, April 6, 2014.

The beautiful song from the Disney animated movie 'Frozen' is composed by Fil-Am Robert Lopez, and has been widely popular around the world, with lots of singers doing their own cover of it.

Regine Velasquez performed it in her Valentine concert, then Jessica Sanchez sang it last month in a benefit concert, and now, it's Sarah G. as requested many fans.

Lookin' queenly and regal like Queen Elsa, Sarah belted it out and she delivered, so deserving to get a thunderous applause.

Watch Sarah Geronimo's version of 'Let It Go': (video credit to ABS-CBN)

Other than that fantastic performance, there's quite another interesting but awkward moment on ASAP today.

Right after Sarah G's 'Let It Go' performance, it was Rayver Cruz, Maja Salvador and Cristine Reyes plus Robi Domingo who did the spiel.

So awkward right? We all know what happened in the past among Sarah, Rayver, Maja and Cristine.

And the three had no choice but to praise and rave about Sarah's performance during the spiel. But I think, they really loved it. No
pretentions. Maja and Cristine even tried to sing the song ala Sarah G.

It was I guess intentional that they put the 3 altogether to do the spiel after Sarah G's performance to let everyone know that everything is starting to be okay now.

It's a nice thing that everyone is moving on. All is well now. And they're all ready to put those bad memories behind.

Just recently, Kim Chiu and Maja Salvador have already reconciled, as well as Kim and Maja's bf Gerald Anderson. Sarah on one hand is now rumored having a romance with Matteo Guidicelli.

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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