Sarah Geronimo is a multi-awarded singer, actress, and television personality known as Asia’s Popstar Royalty. Born on July 25, 1988, in Santa Cruz, Manila, Sarah started her career at a young age and quickly rose to fame as a contestant on the television singing competition “Star for a Night” in 2003, where she emerged as the grand champion.
Her debut album, “Popstar: A Dream Come True,” released in the same year, became a massive success and established her as a prominent figure in the Philippine music industry. Since then, Sarah has released numerous hit albums and singles, earning her the title “Queen of Pop” and “Best-Selling Filipino Female Artist of All Time.”
Aside from music, Sarah has also ventured into acting, appearing in several films and television dramas. She has won multiple acting awards, including the Best Actress award at the 35th Luna Awards for her performance in the film “It Takes a Man and a Woman.”
Sarah has also been a fixture on Philippine television, hosting and appearing in various shows such as “ASAP Natin ‘To,” “The Voice of the Philippines,” and “The Voice Teens Philippines.” She has won several awards for her work in television, including the Best Entertainment Presenter award at the 33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television.
With her exceptional talent and charisma, Sarah has captured the hearts of audiences not only in the Philippines but also across Asia and the world. She has performed in numerous international concerts and events, including the “Pinoy Relief Benefit Concert” in New York City, the “K-Pop and Culture Fest” in Myanmar, and the “One Music X” in Dubai.
Throughout her career, Sarah has received countless awards and recognition, including the prestigious “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the 2020 Awit Awards. She continues to inspire and entertain her fans with her music, acting, and hosting, cementing her status as one of the most beloved and influential artists in the Philippines and Asia.