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Back in PH, Sarah G finds answer to her ‘emptiness’

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MANILA — After a headline-making tour in the US, pop star Sarah Geronimo returned home Tuesday, now with a firm answer to her own question during her controversial tearful speech in Las Vegas, about feeling empty despite 15 successful years in show business.

Geronimo, 29, kicked off her six-destination “THIS 15 ME” tour in Los Angeles on April 21 and concluded it in New York last Monday. Her fourth stop, in Las Vegas, saw Geronimo breaking down as she admitted being exhausted and still yearning fulfillment in spite of a fruitful career.

The shocking moment spurred speculation about Geronimo’s plans for her career and settling down, as well as intrigues, with the singer’s fellow “ASAP” performers Angeline Quinto and Morissette being accused of mocking her meltdown.

During her subsequent Chicago stop, Geronimo clarified that she “panicked” because she was starting to lose her voice and had no sleep going into her Las Vegas concert.

By the final show in New York, the “Kilometro” hitmaker had a clear answer to her own earlier question about finding fulfillment and happiness.

As seen in a moment captured by fan Regina Anderson, Geronimo told her audience: “Hindi love life, hindi success sa trabaho, hindi pera ang makakapagbuo sa ‘yo, kundi relasyon mo talaga sa Panginoong Diyos.

“Aminado po ako, minsan, madalas, nalilimutan ko po na talagang, ‘Lord, ikaw lang ang makakapagpuno sa emptiness na nararamdaman ko sa puso ko.’”

Geronimo, who had made no secret of going through a “quarter-life crisis” in 2013, admitted in her New York concert that there are still times she questions whether she is on the right track in terms of her career.

“May mga panahon po na napapatanong ako, ‘Ito po ba talaga ang purpose ko, na magbihis ng ganito, magga-ganun-ganun?’” she said, pertaining to her outfit and dance moves.

She added: “Ito ‘yung talentong binigay sa akin ng Diyos. Sabi nga nila, kung meron man akong hinahanap na. . . Lord, ang dami kong pagkukulang, ang dami kong gustong gawin. Pero sabi nga, ‘Use what I gave you. You lack nothing.”









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