Martin Nievera and Sarah Geronimo render songs defining "What Love Is"

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At the concert, Sarah Geronimo asked, "Tito Martin, the question for this evening is, 'What is love?' Sa iyo ko raw malalaman kung ano ang ibig sabihin ng... pag-ibig."

To this, Martin Nievera replied, "From me? And she called me 'Tito!' You're asking me? The man who has fallen in and out of love so many times, the Comelec has lost count?"


On Valentine's Day, two talented performers shared the same stage at the Araneta Coliseum to sing about "love, love, love!"

It became a night of great music and fun!

Martin Nievera and Sarah Geronimo performed a 50-song repertoire of their hits including "Say That You Love Me," "How Could You Say You Love Me," "You Are My Song," "Forever," "Forever Is Not Enough," and "Be My Lady."

The videoke pieces—Diana Ross and Lionel Richie's "Endless Love," The Carpenters' "You," Basil Vadez's "Ngayon at Kailanman," "Sharon Cuenta's "Maging Sino Ka Man," Barry Manilow's "Somewhere Down The Road," and Joey Albert's "Tell Me"—had the entire Big Dome singing with the Concert King and the Pop Princess.

They also performed some pop songs, "Where Is The Love," "Firework," and "Only Girl," "I Need Somebody To Love," "Whip My Hair," "Rocketeer," "Cooler Than Me," "Dynamite," plus a bit of K-Pop—which Martin referred to as "Kay Pops," alluding to his ex-wife Pops Fernandez.

But the most stirring moment was Sarah's heartfelt rendition of Irene Cara's "Out Here on My Own," Natalie Cole's "Someone That I Used To Love," and Sheena Easton's "Almost Over You."

Her spiel revealed so much about her first heartbreak, "If it's not meant to be, one has to let go and move on. Dahil kapag nakapag-move on ka na, only then will true love find its way to your heart..."

Meanwhile, the Concert King's impersonation of Justine Bieber while singing "Baby, Baby" had everyone in stitches. As usual, his funny lines added spice and humor to the almost two-hour show.

And Sarah had a visitor! Yup, she was not exactly "dateless" that evening. If you want to know who was there that night, check out PEP's Gallery, "What Love Is," which has 69 photos. CLICK THESE LINKS: Part 1 and Part 2.

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