Then she joked, "Uy, mas payat ako kay Adele!"
Interestingly, after belting out Adele's hits, Sharon brought out her Blackberry phone and took a photo of the audience.
On the spot, she tweeted in her official Twitter account @sharon_cuneta12, "Hello, we're here!"
Sharon, who recently joined "twittersphere" took the opportunity to personally greet and call out to some of her Twitter followers, whom she calls "tweeties."
BROAD REPERTOIRE. "Sharonians" and "Martians" were even more thrilled as their wish to hear many Sharon and Martin hits were fulfilled.
The crowd sang along with the Megastar when she rendered "Kahit Maputi Na Ang Buhok Ko" (which she dedicated to her good friend Garlic Garcia, headwriter of ASAP), followed by "Tawag ng Pag-Ibig," her very first recorded song when she was 13-years-old, "High School Life," and "Mr. DJ."
The Concert King took to the stage and thrilled the ladies in the audience with his own hits—"Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin," "Each Day With You," and his all-time hit, "Be My Lady."
MORE SURPRISES. Fourteen-year-old Fil-Brit crooner Charlie Green also took part in the concert, and charmed the audience as he sang with Sharon and Martin ang doing his solos later.
Leave it to Martin to bring surprises, not only to the audience but to Charlie as well! He taught Charlie how to sing to a girl.
Later, the Concert King advised Charlie to look for Gary Valenciano, whom Martin referred to as "my dance instructor."
As they spotted Gary V. in the audience, Martin went down the stage and handed the microphone to him to sing the "La la la la" part of their song "Ma Cherie Amour."
In the middle of the concert, Martin called out a couple— Roma and his girlfriend Joy Pablo.
The crowd cheered, while some ladies were teary-eyed when Fritz proposed marriage to his girlfriend Joy.
MORE SOLO ACTS. At one point, Martin grabbed a lady's iPad in the audience and panned its camera for an impromptu music video, while he was performing and moving from one row to the other.
He later performed with his twin sister, Vicky Nievera-Davis, who was in the audience.