James Reid and Nadine Lustre offered plenty of upbeat and fierce production numbers during their rEVOLution concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Sam Concepcion, Bret Jackson, and Kiana Valenciano were among their guests at the jam-packed concert held last February 9.
One of the highlights of the evening was their dance medley with Sarah Geronimo.
After their number, Sarah told the Jadine love team: "Salamat! Maraming salamat for inviting me. Naku naman ang mga bagets na ito."
The Popstar Princess asked James and Nadine, "Guys, matanong ko nga, ano ba talaga ang pinaglalaban niyo at bakit Revolution?
"Ituro niyo nga sa akin ang pinaglalaban niyo."
rEVOLution was the title of the Jadine concert that night.
James explained, "There are many kinds of revolution represented tonight. Revolution of love, revolution of music."
Sarah praised the Jadine love team by saying, "What I truly admire about you guys, you know what kind of artists you are, what kind of music you want.
"Ako, I'm a fan, James, Nadine, I'm a fan. Ang ganda-ganda ng music niyo."
Nadine told Sarah, "Thank you for being such an inspiration para sa aming dalawa. Maraming, maraming salamat, Ate Sarah."
After this segment, James and Nadine left the stage with their arms around each other.
Here are some scenes from the 2018 concert of Jadine:
* All photos by Noel Orsal
Sarah Geronimo, James Reid, and Nadine Lustre danced to the tune of several fast-paced songs such as "No Diggity."
Sarah G and James are currently working on the movie Miss Granny.
James and Nadine kicked off the night by performing "Lean On."
Nadine showed her sensual side as she did a sexy white-shirt love dance number while James performed "Dangerous."
One of the highlights of Nadine's sensual dance number was when she flipped upside down onthe chair that she was using as a prop.
The crowd cheered upon seeing James kiss Nadine's character when the trailer of their movie Never Not Love You was shown that night.
Bret Jackson jumped off the stage and ran up and down the aisle, much to the delight of the audience.