“Well, dahil ganyan ang attitude, positive magkaka-love life siya this year.
“Kung sino man ang hindi naniniwalang magkaka-love life siya this year, panoorin na lang ang pelikula kong Bata, Bata [Paano Ka Ginawa], ‘Akala n’yo lang wala pero meron, meron, meron!’”
The kilig moments continued when Sarah went on stage and personally thanked her guests while singing the romantic song, “It Might Be You.”
Her guests included fellow singers, Erik Santos and Rachelle Ann Go, Viva Entertainment’s big boss Vic del Rosario, and Dr. Vicki Belo, who was seated beside her daughter Cristalle Henares and Vicki's rumored boyfriend, Al Galang.
She also thanked her former movie partner, John Lloyd Cruz, and fellow ASAP performer Maja Salvador.
Of course, Sarah also approached her former onscreen partner Gerald Anderson, whom she once called “Babe” on her show, Sarah G Live!
He watched the whole concert with his younger brother, Kenneth, fellow Pinoy Big Brother housemate Fred Payawan, and talent handler Nhila Mallari.
Fans screamed nonstop for five minutes as they watched Gerald escort Sarah back to the stage.
Sarah wrapped up the show by reminding concert-goers that dreams come true if they believe and surrender everything to God.
She then sang Celine Dion’s “I Surrender,” Mandy Moore’s “Only Hope,” and Whitney Houston’s “I Look To You.”
The final performance left the audience in a happy mood as Sarah and the G Force dancers ended the concert with the dance songs, “’Til The World Ends” and “Overprotective” by Britney Spears, and “Superbass” and “Starships” by Nicki Minaj.
For those who were not able to see the show last night, you can still catch the second night of Sarah's birthday concert at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum on July 21.