The first gap ended with a performance from former Little Big Star contestants Sam Concepcion and Ayen Aguila. The show was then hosted by Sarah.
THE THREE WISHES. The second gap was opened once again by Jon, who imitated Manny Pacquiao’s mother, Dionisia.
Channeling the mother of the Pambansang Kamao, he revealed Sarah’s three wishes: “Family, freedom, and love.” He also swore to help Sarah fulfill her three wishes by getting help from other mothers.
Sarah returned on stage wearing another creation by Furne, a baby pink outfit, with flowing French tulle, studded with Swarovski crystals.
She sang a popular song from the Broadway musical, Dreamgirls, titled “And I am Telling You.”
Then, she seamlessly sang a medley of her hit songs: “Forever’s Not Enough,” “Sino Nga Ba Siya,” and “How Could You Say You Love Me” with The Company.
The vocal ensemble also performed their lively version of Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory.”
WISH FOR THE FAMILY. Comedian Jon returned on stage imitating another popular personality, showbiz mom Annabelle Rama. He gave advice to Sarah's mom, Mommy Divine, on how to guide a daughter in showbiz.
He said, “Ilayo mo ang mga anak mo sa mga tsismosong Paparazzi. Huwag mong payagang mag-‘papa’ si Sarah.”
There was a collective sigh from the audience sigh on the last tip, since everyone was wishing for a love life for the Popstar Princess.
Sarah went up on stage again, this time, in a turquoise outfit studded with Swarovski crystals.
Her mood was light as she performed ‘90s songs like “No Scrubs” of TLC, “Mmmbop” of Hanson, and “Wannabe” of Spice Girls.
Sarah did a duet with fellow Viva talent Anton Alvarez and musical icon, Basil Valdes, who made everyone sing the immortal “Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan.”
“It’s an honor to share the same stage with you,” Sarah told Basil who also performed a solo number.
The highlight of this segment was a heartwarming performance of the birthday girl with her father, known to the public as Daddy Delfin.